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Master Journeyman / Foreman Electrican
Title:Master Journeyman / Foreman Electrican
Department:Field Operations

Job Title

Master 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:
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Order materials for the project.
  4. Maintain drawing sets and document as-built drawings.
  5. Complete daily time sheets.
  6. Communicate labor requirements with the field operations manager.
  7. Communicate material requirements with the project managers and warehouse manager.
  8. Understand the scope of work and work with the project manager if you observe any work requiring change orders.


  1. Current Oklahoma Journeyman’s License.
  2. Two years’ of experience with ICO in leading small projects, or equivalent experience.
  3. OSHA 10-Hour Construction Certification.
  4. OSHA 30-Hour Construction Certification.
  5. High School Graduate, GED, or equivalent.
  6. Valid Driver’s License (required to operate ICO vehicles).
  7. Aerial Lift Certification (may be obtained through ICO).

Working Conditions

  1. 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.
  2. Restroom facilities will always be available, but may consist of portable facilities.
  3. Work from all types of ladders.
  4. 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.
  5. Wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) as required, including hard hats, safety glasses, steel toed boots, hearing protection, and other equipment.
  6. Repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers.
  7. Able to work up to 12 hours per day, 40 hours per week, overtime and night shifts as required.


  1. Read and understand English.  Communicate with others in English as needed when performing work and safety related tasks.
  2. Read and understand electrical schematics, blueprints, and electrical manuals.
  3. Bend conduit with a variety of conduit benders.
  4. Use power tools, including band saws, drills, threaders, tuggers, and benders.
  5. Operate two-handed equipment, including cutters, drills, and saws.
  6. Capable of digging trenches either with hand tools or power equipment.
  7. Understand and comply with ICO Safety Rules.
  8. Operate and work from Aerial Lifts.
  9. Understand how to safety de-energize equipment to place it in an Electrically Safe Working Condition before performing any work.

Physical Function

  1. Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, climb, kneel, balance, push, pull, and reach overhead.
  2. 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
  3. Subject to standing or walking for long periods of time.
  4. Subject to climbing stairs, ladders, and scaffolds, and work at heights above 30 feet.
  5. Possess good vision (normal or corrected).  Be able to identify colored wires.
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