Job Description
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wescominc.com | info@wescominc.com | 218-724-1322
Energizing America
J O B O V E R V I E W
The journeyman electrician is responsible for troubleshooting, building, installing, and maintaining various
industrial electrical work in a variety of conditions. This will include some automation work, operating
equipment, or other assigned duties. All employees must act with urgency, accountability, and flexibility
to ensure Wescoms core values are always followed.
JO B TI TLE
Jou rn e y ma n Ele ctri cia n
REP O R TS TO
Cli ent Ser v ic e Ma na g er o r F ore m a n
RESPONSIBILITIES
AND DUTIES
- Install cables, wires, cable tray, electrical panels, equipment, and other
electrical items on new oil well pads, upgrade existing well pads, and
maintain existing sites.
- Perform troubleshooting and maintenance calls using testers, experience,
and best practices to ensure locations are performing as directed by the
client.
- Install control wiring as directed with Industrial Control Technicians.
- Plan workload, communicate and direct such work to other electricians and
apprentices on locations.
- Lead morning Job Site Safety Analysis meetings and act as Person in Charge
on locations.
- Train, watch, and perform quality control on apprentice work.
- Comply with all state, federal, and tribal regulations related to licensing
requirements for electrical.
- Communicate to employees, management, and clients with cheerfulness
and a willingness to help.
- Be an active safety role model and follow all safety requirements.
- Live Wescom core values of Building Customers for Life, Serving with
Integrity, Empowering People, and Creating Opportunities.
J OB D E S C R I P T I O N
Job Description
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Energizing America
QUALIFICATIONS - High school diploma.
- Journeyman Electrical License in the state to be operated.
- Ability to lift 50+ lbs. and work in a variety of construction settings.
- Ability to reach, stretch, and pull cables while bending, reaching, and
twisting.
- Willingness and desire to teach others.
- Experience in industrial settings of at least 2 years with a preference for
electrical, instrumentation, automation, or controls.
SALARY $50.00 / hour +
$60 a day qualified per diem for every 12-hour day worked
HOURS Expect 45 hours a week with a start time of 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM M-F with
occasional overtime as needed.
CAREER PATH The Journeyman Electricians report to the Client Services Managers or Foreman
of their area. There are several career paths available to the right individual
including moving up to foreman, Client Services Manager, over to the Industrial
Controls team, safety, or other operations. Wescom believes in people and is
always willing to train the right person.