At PerLectric, we collaborate to deliver the best possible results to our customers while respecting each other as individuals. Each one of us has experiences, special skills and perspectives that are critical to our success and that feed our culture of community.
Many of our team members are long-term employees, offering deep industry knowledge and contributing to our company’s sense of community and camaraderie.
When it comes to adding the right people to our team, we’re always hiring the following positions.
Journeyman electricians’ primary duties are to plan, lay out, install and/or repair cable, conduit and equipment. Journeymen electricians report to a designated foreman or superintendent.
Minimum education and experience: high school diploma or equivalent. Journeymen electricians have completed an apprenticeship program. OSHA 10-hour training is a plus.
Some of the essential job functions a journeyman electrician must perform include:
Project managers perform cost estimating, progress budgeting, change order pricing and cost forecasting.
Minimum education and experience: Four-year engineering degree or equivalent combinations of training and experience. Minimum of four years construction management, estimating and/or craft supervision experience. A driver’s license and safe driving record are a must.
Some of a project manager’s essential job functions include:
Project engineers support each project with design tracking and coordination of all aspects of construction.
Minimum education and experience: college degree or completion of electrical apprenticeship preferred but not required.
Some of a project engineer’s essential job functions include:
Safety professionals design, direct, coordinate and implement the company’s safety programs, processes and initiatives.
Minimum education and experience: Requires in-depth knowledge of OSHA/ODOT/MSHA regulations and a thorough technical understanding of electrical operations at a level normally acquired through a four-year degree in a safety or electrical apprenticeship program.
Some of a safety professional’s essential job functions include:
Estimators provide technical estimation of electrical projects from bid preparation through job closeout documentation to the customer.
Minimum education and experience:
Requires knowledge of electrical construction and theory at a level normally acquired through the completion of an electrical training program. Two-year technical or business degree or equivalent combinations of education and estimating experience. Five years’ experience as electrical estimator preferable.
Some of an estimator’s essential job functions include:
We are proud to employ highly skilled, expertly trained electrical professionals through the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Our field staff members belong to IBEW Local 26.
We employ a variety of professionals who support our field operations. Our team includes:
We continually educate our workforce. Additionally, many field positions include on-the-job training through the apprenticeship program.
We perform regular training on topics including first aid, CPR and AED, OSHA 10- and 30-hour, electrical safety, trenching, safe driving, Human Performance Improvement and hazard-specific training.
PerLectric is an equal opportunity employer.