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Join our more than 3,600 employees worldwide who engineer and deploy automated, secure and resilient power and technology systems; and deliver the management platforms essential for long-term system sustainability. Together we are creating the integrated systems and technologies that shape the built and cyber-physical world.
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
- A competitive salary
- Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
- Paid-time off
- Tuition reimbursement
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Military Reserve pay offset
- Paid maternity leave
A crew leader installs basic electrical equipment and systems in accordance with all applicable plans, specifications, codes, and industry standards. Oversees a crew of five (5) or more electricians and apprentices.
Planning, organizing and scheduling crews to complete assigned work orders, including assigning tasks, assuring the work is being installed in a high quality manner and performing quality inspections. Monitors task completion, compliance and prevents safety issues.
1. Productivity Planning for assigned scope of work.
Assuring his/her crew meets daily productivity benchmarks:
- Material Phasing - Organize Material by specific areas/floors. (keep track of materials inventories).
- Tools & Equipment - Identify all tools and equipment required to support each crew (Gang box Assignments, tool inspection and keep track of tools by signing sheet in-out).
- Information Packages - Each crew activity must have information packages (contract drawings, shop drawings, panel schedules, cut sheets, etc...).
- Keep control of breaks (loss time of personal breaks smoking time, conversation time).
- Daily hour/unit reports for their crews - Submit hours/units daily for each employee assigned to Foreman on established from (Standard Time Sheet).
- Quality control inspections of work completed - Must follow established QC plan & check lists.
Responsible for installing the work in a professional manner and high quality standard.
- Maintaining accurate as built drawings - As-built drawings are to be updated and logged onto master record contract drawings a minimum of once a week.
- Inventory of all tools & equipment at the day's end for assigned tools & equipment. (Everything must be accountable & secure). inventory/inspection sheets to be turned in every Monday.
- Lost/Stolen/Damage tool report.
- AHA's - All AHA's related to Foreman's scope of work must be reviewed, signed by each crew member and stored at their gang box in the field.
- Support Equipment Inspection - Foreman must submit daily equipment inspection sheets for all equipment assigned to Foreman once a week.
- Accident/Incident Reporting & Investigation - Must follow the established procedures for responding and reporting accident and incidents. All reports must be submitted within 24 hours of accident/incident.
- Clean Up - Foreman and Crew leader are responsible for all clean up related to their scope of work. All work areas are to be left in a broom swept condition at the end of the day.
Quality of work completed must follow:
Q.C. Plan and Checklist:
- Ensure installation meets/exceeds codes, contractual obligations, best practices and other requirements as mandated by the Corporate Quality Policy.
- Ensure all facets of Project Quality Plan are reviewed and implemented. Any deviations are properly documented and communicated to site Q.C. representative for approval prior to proceeding any further.
- Participate and assist the Site Q.C. representative in the implementation of 3-Phase Quality Control, which includes Preparatory, Initial & Follow-up for each Definable Feature of Work (DFOW) under the crew leader's responsibility.
- Properly document and return the CQC checklists to Site Q.C. representative ensuring installation inspections are done timely and facilitate the adherence to QAQC schedule.
- Initiate Various Discrepancy Notices (EDN, DDN, PDN, FDN, ADN, PITDN, CDN) in order to ensure issues arising during construction are properly documented and communicated for resolution.
- Review and provide feedback on weekly installation quality scorecards as generated by QAQC service center to ensure systemic issues are addressed through formal root cause, corrective and preventive action.
- Review ongoing quality issues identified in the daily Q.C. report with the crew to ensure mitigation/elimination of the nonconformities.
- Ensure nonconformity tags identified on discrepant installation by site Q.C. representative are timely resolved.
- Participate in QAQC Design Review of Engineering & Coordination drawings to identify constructability issues.
- Participate and provide feedback on Quality portion of the daily ORM work briefing.
- Lifting at least 50 pounds at one time.
- Relocating a twelve-foot stepladder without assistance as required.
- May use standard ladder without exceeding the weight limit while carrying tools.
- Working at various heights up to 60 feet, climbing and maintaining balance on scaffolds, aerial lifts, catwalks and all types of ladders.
- Walking, climbing, lifts, squats, crawls, kneels, pushes, pulls, and reaches overhead on a routine and repetitive basis.
- Possessing adequate vision (may be corrected vision), and the ability to hear and communicate in English.
- 6-8 years of experience in the electrical industry with a Highs School Degree or GED
- At least 2 years of experience as a journeyman electrical in installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical systems, equipment and fixtures using blueprints, schematics and sketches.
- OSHA 10
- NFPA 70E Certiciation
- Journeyman license