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Trio Electric Journeyman Electrician in Houston, Texas

TRIO Electric was established in 2003 and is now one of the top electrical design, construction and electrical service firms in Texas.

TRIO Electric?s culture isn?t like anything you have ever experienced before, our culture is innovative, lively, challenging, collaborative and so much more. Truth is, there just aren?t enough adjectives out there to describe our culture. Still not convinced? We have been voted amongst the Best Places to Work in Houston and take pride in maintaining and advancing our reputation.

Our goal at TRIO Electric is simple- we want to become The Best! Employees are TRIO Electric?s number one asset and we are always looking to add new faces to our team to help us achieve this goal. At TRIO Electric we are not just looking for journeymen electricians who can do the job, we want journeymen electricians looking for longevity and growth in a commercial/industrial electric career, along with a personality that will fit great into our culture!

Requirements/Qualifications:

This position requires a valid State of Texas Electrical Journeyman License (or higher)

Must be able to perform journeyman electrician like work in a safe and productive manner on heavy commercial and light industrial electrical projects. (example tasks: diagnose malfunctioning systems, read blueprints, install wires and fixtures, wall rough-in)

  • A journeyman electrician must remain in compliance with current National Electric Code

  • Able to meet a 40hour work week with possible overtime.

  • Needs to be able to follow safety rules.

  • High School diploma or GED and/or Vocational school diploma or certification.

  • Must be able to pass background check and drug screens

  • Should be able to work in various weather conditions

  • Ability to lift/carry 50 lbs.

Notes:

*This position requires specific experience in commercial /industrial electrical installations

*Your skill level and competency for this job will be assessed through a hands-on assessment

- The assessment for a journeyman electrician will include: installing wall boxes, installing 45? of 3/4? conduit for HR/tie in conduit for plugs or trim-out, pulling wire for 3-way and HR/make joints, terminate all electrical equipment trim-out, basic math, tape measuring and material recognition.

*The results of the hands-on assessment will help determine compensation

Benefits

  • Continued Education

  • Paid Holidays

  • Paid time off

  • Insurance (Medical, Dental & Vision)

  • 401K

TRIO Electric offers a fun and fast paced culture that fosters safety, professionalism and education- if this sounds good to you, please apply now! We look forward to speaking with you!

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