Industrial Electricians

Industrial Electricians - Need Immediately .. Some per diem
Industrial electricians needed immediately to fill electrical construction positions on projects in Lenior, NC Candidates are preferably local to area.
Candidates must be able to read and accurately interpret electrical construction drawings, terminate cables, install conduit, wiring, cables and trouble shoot control wiring from schematics. Must perform all phases of installation, maintenance, trouble shoot system, repair and inspect electrical and instrumentation systems and services work in new and renovated facilities. Ability to understand control schematics and equipment installation instructions and wiring diagrams for basic equipment. Electricians should have good math skills, as they will need to take measurements and work with numbers.
Must have at least 5 years of industrial or construction electrical experience as electrician working with limited supervision.
Must be experienced in running conduit and cable tray
Extensive knowledge in the installation and testing of electrical systems found in an industrial manufacturing facility.
Experience with Transformers, MCC, Starters & Motors, V.F.D. and D.C. drive controllers.
Competent in terminations. .
Be able to install conduit, pull wire and cable as needed to facilitate various electrical systems.
Be able to read blue prints
Must have all electrical trade hand tools
Must provide and maintain personal hand tools per Company policy.
Must have own dependable transportation
Must pass drug screen and background checks.
-Experienced top Electrical Helpers:
Must have at least 2-3 years recent Industrial experience.
Must have all hand tools.
Must be familiar with running and bending EMT Rigid conduit.
Must be able to pass a drug screen.
Must be available to begin immediately
Must pass drug screen and background checks.
H&I is an EOE
All H P&I employment publications and terms of offered position is "Contingent" on customer award, conditions of contract and acceptance by H P&I.

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