Master Journeyman / Foreman Electrican
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Job TitleMaster Journeyman / Foreman Electrician
Scope of Work
Lead a crew of 3 to 10 electricians by planning the work and assisting them in working the plan.
In addition to possessing the skills and performing all the work of a Journeyman electrician, the Foreman will handle the following responsibilities:
- Assure that all personnel on site are following safety rules. Address any safety violations immediately and work with other employees to implement safe work practices.
- Plan the work for each day. The plan should extend several days into the future to assure that materials and information are ready when they are needed.
- Order materials for the project.
- Maintain drawing sets and document as-built drawings.
- Complete daily time sheets.
- Communicate labor requirements with the field operations manager.
- Communicate material requirements with the project managers and warehouse manager.
- Understand the scope of work and work with the project manager if you observe any work requiring change orders.
- Current Oklahoma Journeyman’s License.
- Two years’ of experience with ICO in leading small projects, or equivalent experience.
- OSHA 10-Hour Construction Certification.
- OSHA 30-Hour Construction Certification.
- High School Graduate, GED, or equivalent.
- Valid Driver’s License (required to operate ICO vehicles).
- Aerial Lift Certification (may be obtained through ICO).
- Working locations are both indoors and outdoors. Outdoor locations may be subject to all weather conditions. Indoor locations may be subject to heat or cold.
- Restroom facilities will always be available, but may consist of portable facilities.
- Work from all types of ladders.
- Perform work at various heights from ladders, scaffolds, aerial lifts, platforms, or other areas. ICO will provide all necessary safety training and PPE for working at heights.
- Wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) as required, including hard hats, safety glasses, steel toed boots, hearing protection, and other equipment.
- Repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers.
- Able to work up to 12 hours per day, 40 hours per week, overtime and night shifts as required.
- Read and understand English. Communicate with others in English as needed when performing work and safety related tasks.
- Read and understand electrical schematics, blueprints, and electrical manuals.
- Bend conduit with a variety of conduit benders.
- Use power tools, including band saws, drills, threaders, tuggers, and benders.
- Operate two-handed equipment, including cutters, drills, and saws.
- Capable of digging trenches either with hand tools or power equipment.
- Understand and comply with ICO Safety Rules.
- Operate and work from Aerial Lifts.
- Understand how to safety de-energize equipment to place it in an Electrically Safe Working Condition before performing any work.
- Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, climb, kneel, balance, push, pull, and reach overhead.
- Routine lifting of objects up to 50 pounds such as drills, conduit benders, pipe threaders, cable pullers, and other equipment related to the electrical trade
- Subject to standing or walking for long periods of time.
- Subject to climbing stairs, ladders, and scaffolds, and work at heights above 30 feet.
- Possess good vision (normal or corrected). Be able to identify colored wires.