Electrician Journeyman

We are currently hiring Journeyman and Master Electricians for multiple commercial projects in the Bangor, ME area. If you are a licensed Maine electrician who is looking for full time work, or work on a project by project basis in commercial and industrial settings with benefits and a safe work enviornment, inquire today for more details. Current pay is $27-$32/hr, we offer health benefits, 401k and vacation. We look forward to hearing from you.
Electrician; Journeyman Electrician; Journeyman
Specific requirements:
+ 4 years of experience in commercial/industrial electrical
+ Ability to follow electrical code manuals to install and repair electrical systems
+ Understand schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications required by our client
+ Experience working with hand tools, power tool and electronic test equipment
+ Strong working knowledge of job site safety as well as ability to complete a company specific safety orientation
+ High standard of integrity and professionalism
+ Drug free at all times
Company Details
In addition to consistent work, top pay, and employment opportunities, we provide a benefits package that is among the best in the industry. Our comprehensive benefits encourage our employees and their families to build a lifelong relationship with us.
+ Vacation Pay
+ Health insurance
+ Dental and vision plan
+ Prescription drug plan
+ Life insurance
+ Short-term disability
+ 401(k) profit-sharing savings plan
+ Incentive programs
+ Tool purchase programs
Recruiter Name
Eugene Brown
Req ID _2018-199699_
Category _Electrical - Journeyman_
Travel _No_
Location _US-ME-newport_
Company Description:

Tradesmen International Inc. is one of North America's largest employers of skilled construction craftsmen.  We provide unparalleled growth opportunities for our customers and employees and focus to provide these craftsmen reliable work, fair compensation and benefits, opportunities for skill and career growth as well as safer overall working conditions.

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