CAREERS

We understand that our #1 asset is our employees. In order to provide a quality product and the great service our customers deserve, we must begin with the people we hire.

Quality field electricians are a significant attribute to any project. Because of this, we have made it a corporate goal to have only the best and brightest electricians in the market. We accomplish this by aggressive compensation and a great benefits package.

To apply, please click on the application link on this page. To apply in person, please stop by our Englewood office. Apprentice applications are accepted every Monday-Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. excluding Holidays. Journeyman applications are accepted Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m.  to 3:00 p.m. excluding Holidays.

Benifits

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ACCEPTING RESUMES FOR BELOW POSITIONS

PROJECT COORDINATOR
Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator position is accountable for monitoring the progress of projects, investigating variances, approving expenses, and ensuring that project billings are issued to customers and payments collected while following contractual requirements for project accounting paperwork.

Project Coordination

• Manage the customer contract and change order process.
o Ensure the process is timely and follows the correct process.
o Make certain the terms, insurance requirements and other job-specific documents are passed down to subcontractors on the job.
o Complete owner requirements for billing deadlines, waivers, or other related documents.
o Coordinate with accounting on certified payroll requirements or extraordinary accounting-related items that needs to be handled or discussed.
• Manage the processing, reviewing, tracking, and posting of construction draws for multiple projects, including additional breakouts and back up required to meet requirements on GMP or T&M projects.
• Manage the accounts receivable collections process and provide weekly updates on status. Work with the cash receipts team member to reconcile payment variances.
• Manage approval of accounts payable invoices, beginning with coding invoices to the appropriate job number, cost code, GL account number, PO or Subcontract numbers and distributing invoices to Project Managers for approval.
• Manage the process of subcontract agreements/purchase orders and maintain files.
• Manage and maintain lien waiver maintenance and subcontractor insurance verification
• Assist with job cost tracking, analysis and reporting.
• Assist PM in tracking over/under billings and help establish a system to work together and keep projects from being under billed.
• Interface with Project Managers and senior management on all aspects of construction accounting.
• Maintaining project files, in both print and electronic formats.
• Communicate with project managers, vendors, and external parties.
• Provide support of auditor requirements, which may include research and reconcilement.
• Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of learning techniques to learn materials quickly. Knowledge of windows databases, spreadsheets, and word processing software. Knowledge of Purchase Orders and subcontracts. Knowledge of business needs and technology to accomplish business goals. Knowledge of mathematics sufficient to be able to perform algebraic calculations. Knowledge of business and how business works. Knowledge of urgency of errors. Knowledge of basic accounting functions. Knowledge of sales tax regulations.
Knowledge of retention and discounts.

Skill in creating and maintaining templates. Skill in time management. Skill in adapting to new and changing requirements, environments and or information. Skill in utilizing communication software. Skill in business writing. Skill in operating a computer. Skill in prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs. Skill in problem solving. Skill in reading and writing. Skill in organizing work to accomplish tasks. Skill in managing stress to carry out the work assignment. Skill in estimating resources needed to complete required tasks. Skill in time management. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with vendors, contractors, supervisors and employees. Skill in effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information and achieve understanding. Proficient skill in utilizing 10 key by touch. Skill in working on a team. Skill in improving processes.

Ability to have foresight and insight into the work assignment.

Physical Requirements:

Sitting, standing, walking, driving, computer operation including 10 key, stooping, reaching, lifting (up to 30 lbs.) near and far vision acuity.

Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED certificate. Some college courses are preferred. Two years of secretarial experience. Intermediate skills in Windows ’95, as well as intermediate skills in Word 97, and Excel 97 are required.

COMPANY BENEFITS
Health
Vision
Dental
401(k)
Flexible Spending Account
Life Insurance
Vacation and Personal paid time off
Holiday
Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

PROJECT ENGINEER
Project Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:

Project Engineer duties include files / planning and layout. They are in charge of all submittal and shop drawings transmittals, releases, correspondence and product data. The project engineer does RFI correspondence and manages updated drawings and posting. Also manages TIP process from job start-up throughout entire project.

• Project Correspondence
o Assist Project Managers with any project correspondence
o Prepare, log and manage RFI correspondence

• Project Start-up Procedures
o Attend first job start-up
o Prepare project communication sheet
o Review As-Built requirements with project team

• Submittal Processing and Shop Drawing Processing
o Order submittals from vendors
o Review submittals and shop drawings
o Receive cut sheets and review for accuracy
o Expedite submittals
o Review project submittal books and shop drawings and send to respective recipients
o Track submittals to make sure they are returned in timely manner
o Manage distribution of copies to all required parties both pre-approved and after approval
o Assure all resubmitted requirements are met
o Assemble Project Manuals. Submittals, operations and maintenance manuals (O&M), and pre-planning manual

• Project Close Out
o Obtain all O&M materials for manuals
o Assure through contact and specifications all close out materials are submitted
o Manager As Built process
o Maintain O&M log
o Manager the close out documentation procedures from business files to archives
o As builts
o Assure installations per plans and specs and verify completion

• Warranty Files
o Provide Project Managers with a copy of the service work order ticket upon completion
o Maintain archive documentation in archive room

• Administrative
o Performs miscellaneous typing, filing, copying and printing duties for construction
o Orders office supplies for foremen and assists with other office needs
o Plans and sets up foreman’s meetings, typing agenda, ensuring attendance, ordering food, and typing minutes
o Maintains job files for Project Manager
o Acts as telephone back-up in project manager’s absence

COMPANY BENEFITS
Health
Vision
Dental
401(k)
Flexible Spending Account
Life Insurance
Vacation and Personal paid time off
Holiday
Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT
Superintendent

Superintendents take on overall responsibility to ensure a quality installation of electrical systems in existing and in new installations. May work for a superintendent running field installations, or may run up to $1,000,000 job completely with more field experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Ensures all employees working on project work safely in all instances.
• Monitor production and scheduling of sub-contractors.
• Accountable for the actions of the foremen and all crew members.
• Responsible for accuracy of quality of entire installation.
• Responsible for tracking and improving productivity.
• Responsible for pre-planning installation.
• Manage the project based on contract and sub-contracts specifications.
• Communicates with General contractor, Supervisor, and other trades on a frequent basis as to the progress and coordination of the project and to ensure most efficient installation of electrical equipment possible.
• Communicates with Journeymen and apprentices to ensure that they are aware of the material onsite or backordered.
• Studies and evaluates blue prints to keep abreast of changes in the project, and to keep track of as-builts.
• Must communicate with Journeyman and Apprentices on a frequent basis regarding the project, obtaining feedback and instructing them what needs to be done.
• Ensures proper amounts of material are ordered and delivered to the proper place on the job site to assure installations are done in a timely manner.
• Instructs Apprentices how to become Journeyman Electricians.
• Coordinates MEP blueprints to instruct others for the installation of electrical requirements and other related systems.
• Maintains a watchful eye to ensure that electrical installation is done in a timely manner and correctly.
• Determines what is necessary to accomplish tasks and meet NEC standards.
• Understands and installs prefabbed pipe and assemblies.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Technical knowledge of major and minor electrical materials and their uses. troubleshooting techniques and components involved in entire system.
parts available and use.

• wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• electrical control work and how to troubleshoot.
• materials.
• commercial electrical construction.
• tools, tool uses, and repair techniques.
• fire alarm codes and requirements to meet local standards.
• other trades to coordinate electrical installation.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and fractions.
• national electrical code.
• building code.
• motor controls.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• all Federal, State, and Local standards relating to safety.
• all MSDS right to know material.
• alternate methods of installation.
• troubleshooting problems with fire alarm and components.
• managing others so that the work assignment gets completed.
• prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs.
• problem solving.
• organizing work to accomplish tasks.
• managing stress to carry out the work assignment.
• estimating resources needed to complete required tasks.
• reading and interpreting blueprints.
• managing equipment.
• establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, employees, and internal and external customers.
• using, repairing, and instructing others in safe use of tools.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information and achieve understanding. .
• being sensitive to customer urgency.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Typical construction work including climbing ladders, working in high places (such as scaffolding or ladders) climbing stairs, pulling wire, lifting (up to 50 lbs.), operating machinery (forklifts, cranes, backhoes, power tools, hand tools, benders, tuggers, hydraulic machinery), bending, stooping, kneeling, sitting, standing, grasping, driving, and typing.

REQUIREMENTS

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license plus at least one-year additional experience in construction.

COMPANY BENEFITS
Health
Vision
Dental
401(k)
Flexible Spending Account
Life Insurance
Vacation and Personal paid time off
Holiday
Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

ELECTRICAL PROJECT MANAGER
ELECTRICAL PROJECT MANAGER

Project Manager Responsibilities include the ability to accept accountability for each respective project, with regards to scheduling control of budgeted cost, on time completion of the project schedule, and maximize gross profits.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

• Manage Project Start-Up per Start-Up List
• Review, negotiate and manage project contracts
• Planning and Layout initial plans – start layout with Foreman
• Prepare project schedule
• Manage TIP process from job start-up throughout entire project
• Review Submittals and Shop Drawings
• Receive cut sheets and review for accuracy
• Make necessary changes for product performance
• Coordinate with specifications all submitted materials
• Manage all Material, Equipment and Tool Scheduling with Related Costs
• Manage Job Field productivity and Manpower
• Material staging and handling
• Be aggressive and proactive
• Keep morale high
• Cost effective installations
• Follow plan and layout
• Schedule manpower according to production
• Work with VP Operation on manpower schedule on a weekly basis
• Develop Field Personnel
• Create good communication
• Follow field personnel responsibility chart
• Keep moral high on each project
• Manage all field policies and procedures
• Change Orders
• Monitor all changes on job
• Billing Construction
• Ensure that billing matches current contract value including change orders
• Bill projects on time and accurately utilizing project approved forms
• Closeout Documentation as builds, owner training, returns/Clean off
• Assure installations per plans and specs and verify completion

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

• Previous experience as an electrical project manager is preferred
• Thorough knowledge of the electrical field
• Familiarity with electrical materials and construction methods, including requirements
for different construction types (commercial, industrial, and residential)
• Thorough knowledge of NEC Code and NFPA 72 is essential
• Strong computer skills, which include Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook Express, etc.
• Organized
• Effective communicator
• Leadership skills
• Strong ethics
• Attention to detail
• Good people skills
• Multi-task and meet deadlines
• Follow Policies and Procedures

REQUIREMENTS

• GED or H.S. diploma; bachelor’s degree preferred
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and MS Project
• Must pass drug screen, MVR and criminal background check

Our intent is to hire a long-term professional with character, who will help us reach our corporate goals
and objectives while displaying our company values.

COMPANY BENEFITS

• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN
FOREMAN

The Foreman takes on overall responsibility to ensure a quality installation of electrical systems in existing and in new installations. May work for a superintendent running field installations, or may run up to $1,000,000 job completely with more field experience.

Responsibilities:

• Ensures all employees working on project work safely in all instances.
• Communicates with General contractor, Supervisor, and other trades on a frequent basis as to the progress and coordination of the project and to ensure most efficient installation of electrical equipment possible.
• Communicates with Journeymen and apprentices to ensure that they are aware of the material onsite or backordered.
• Studies and evaluates blue prints to keep abreast of changes in the project, and to keep track of as-builts.
• Must communicate with Journeyman and Apprentices on a frequent basis regarding the project, obtaining feedback and instructing them what needs to be done.
• Ensures proper amounts of material are ordered and delivered to the proper place on the job site to assure installations are done in a timely manner.
• Instructs Apprentices how to become Journeyman Electricians.
• Bends and runs conduit and raceways to house electrical wiring for systems throughout building when needed.
• Performs layout and installation of switchgear.
• Coordinates MEP blueprints to instruct others for the installation of electrical requirements and other related systems.
• Maintains a watchful eye to ensure that electrical installation is done in a timely manner and correctly. Depends on employees to do the same.
• Designs and prefabs mechanisms to support the electrical equipment.
• May perform work indoors or outside, working with all kinds of construction materials.
• Communicates with vendors, engineers, Pre Fab, and other contractors to assure jobs are completed on schedule.
• Determines what is necessary to accomplish tasks and meet NEC standards.
• Understands and installs prefabbed pipe and assemblies.
• Prioritizes work according to schedule given to E Light by General Contractor or other parties.

• Maintains a current State Electrical License and is updated with new building and electrical codes.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Technical knowledge of major and minor electrical materials and their uses. troubleshooting techniques and components involved in entire system.
parts available and use.

• wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• electrical control work and how to troubleshoot.
• materials.
• commercial electrical construction.
• tools, tool uses, and repair techniques.
• fire alarm codes and requirements to meet local standards.
• other trades to coordinate electrical installation.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and fractions.
• national electrical code.
• building code.
• motor controls.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• all Federal, State, and Local standards relating to safety.
• all MSDS right to know material.
• alternate methods of installation.
• troubleshooting problems with fire alarm and components.
• reading and writing.
• managing others so that the work assignment gets completed.
• prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs.
• problem solving.
• organizing work to accomplish tasks.
• managing stress to carry out the work assignment.
• estimating resources needed to complete required tasks.
• reading and interpreting blueprints.
• time management.
• managing equipment.
• establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, employees, and internal and external customers.
• using, repairing, and instructing others in safe use of tools.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information and achieve understanding.
• troubleshooting electrical systems while they are deenergized.
• being sensitive to customer urgency.

Physical Requirements:

Typical construction work including climbing ladders, working in high places (such as scaffolding or ladders) climbing stairs, pulling wire, lifting (up to 50 lbs.), operating machinery (forklifts, cranes, backhoes, power tools, hand tools, benders, tuggers, hydraulic machinery), bending, stooping, kneeling, sitting, standing, grasping, driving, and typing.

Qualifications:

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license plus at least one-year additional experience in construction.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

CONSTRUCTION JOURNEYMAN
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN

The Journeyman Electrician installs electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.

Responsibilities:

• Maintains and repairs or replaces wiring, equipment and fixtures, using hand tools.
• Plans layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures consistent with specifications and local codes.
• Inspects systems and electrical parts to detect hazards, defects, and need for adjustments or repair.
• Tests electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices, such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, and oscilloscope.
• Diagnoses malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools.
• Readies and assembles electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, using specifications and hand tools.
• Prepares sketches of location of wiring and equipment or follows blueprints to determine location of equipment and conformance to safety codes.
• Climbs ladder to install, maintain or repair electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures.
• Constructs and fabricates parts, using hand tools and specifications.
• Possesses electrician’s license or identification card to meet governmental regulations.
• Directs and trains workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures.
• Drives vehicle, operates flood lights, and places flares during power failure or emergency.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Technical knowledge of major and minor electrical materials and their uses. Troubleshooting techniques and components involved in entire system.

• wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• electrical control work and how to troubleshoot.
• materials.
• commercial electrical construction.
• tools, tool uses, and repair techniques.

• fire alarm codes and requirements to meet local standards.
• other trades to coordinate electrical installation.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and fractions.
• national electrical code.
• building code.
• motor controls.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• all Federal, State, and Local standards relating to safety.
• all MSDS right to know material.
• alternate methods of installation.
• troubleshooting problems with fire alarm and components.
• reading and writing.
• managing others so that the work assignment gets completed.
• prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs.
• problem solving.
• organizing work to accomplish tasks.
• managing stress to carry out the work assignment.
• estimating resources needed to complete required tasks.
• reading and interpreting blueprints.
• time management.
• managing equipment.
• establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, employees, and internal and external customers.
• using, repairing, and instructing others in safe use of tools.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information and achieve understanding.
• troubleshooting electrical systems while they are deenergized.
• being sensitive to customer urgency.

Physical Requirements:

Typical construction work including climbing ladders, working in high places (such as scaffolding or ladders) climbing stairs, pulling wire, lifting (up to 50 lbs.), operating machinery (forklifts, cranes, backhoes, power tools, hand tools, benders, tuggers, hydraulic machinery), bending, stooping, kneeling, sitting, standing, grasping, driving, and typing.

Qualifications:

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

SERVICE MANAGER
SERVICE MANAGER

Responsibilities:

• Generate New Service Work
o Continually grow the company’s service department by diversification and marketing
o Recruit new customers
o Follow up on service projects and ensure overall customer satisfaction
o Department growth

• Service Project Estimating/Sales
o Ability to identify, qualify and close sales opportunities
o Perform estimates as needed using estimating system
o Author comprehensive proposals detailing our scope of work and clarifications
o Ability to make outbound marketing and customer development calls
o Service contract reviews

• Work Quality
o Supervise and monitor work quality on a continuing basis for all service techs on projects
o Adhere to company policies and procedures as required for service work
o Maintain the quality levels of company’s installers, subcontractors and manufacturers

• Project Management
o Order job specific material
o Coordinate and schedule projects
o Responsible for all client relationship opportunities; site contact, account management & warranty work orders
o Properly inform and turn over projects to Service techs
o Track production on jobs
o Prepare for and attend for Cost To Complete meetings

• Service Labor Rates and Material Markups
o Work with service manager on labor rates (Need to be competitive and profitable)
o Make adjustments to material markup to meet needed margins

• Service Work Orders
o Monitor Service work orders.
o Assure accuracy between quoted price and costs
o Monitor service tech profitability
o Ensure accurate reporting on all work orders
o Approve time cards

• Training Program
o Assist service manager in building various training programs to promote our customer service level, culture, communication skills, safety, TIP, computer training and other classes that will enhance our employee’s professionalism and profitability
o Recruitment training development and supervision
o Train Service Techs on company procedures and policies including safety
o Maintain comprehensive knowledge of national and local electrical codes and ordinances
o Encourage Service Techs on continuing education
o Conduct monthly meetings to discuss agenda, work status, upcoming projects and training, and other important issues

• Overall Service Results
o Lead the techs with respect to customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, profitability, growth, professionalism and safety.
o Support the Service Technicians with positive results to their needs and follow up with customers.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

SERVICE ELECTRICIAN
SERVICE JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN

The Service Electrician installs electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.

Responsibilities:

• Maintains and repairs or replaces wiring, equipment and fixtures, using hand tools.
• Plans layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures consistent with specifications and local codes.
• Inspects systems and electrical parts to detect hazards, defects, and need for adjustments or repair.
• Tests electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices, such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, and oscilloscope.
• Diagnoses malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools.
• Readies and assembles electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, using specifications and hand tools.
• Prepares sketches of location of wiring and equipment or follows blueprints to determine location of equipment and conformance to safety codes.
• Climbs ladder to install, maintain or repair electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures.
• Constructs and fabricates parts, using hand tools and specifications.
• Possesses electrician’s license or identification card to meet governmental regulations.
• Directs and trains workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures.
• Drives vehicle, operates flood lights, and places flares during power failure or emergency.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Technical knowledge of major and minor electrical materials and their uses. Troubleshooting techniques and components involved in entire system.

• Wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• Electrical control trouble shooting.
• Material management.
• Commercial electrical construction.
• Basic fire alarm systems, codes and requirements.
• National Electrical Code.
• Motor controls.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• Basic project lay-out and scheduling.
Reading and interpreting blueprints.
• Time management.
• Effective written and oral communication skills

Physical Requirements:

Typical construction work including climbing ladders, working in high places (such as scaffolding or ladders) climbing stairs, pulling wire, lifting (up to 50 lbs.), operating machinery (forklifts, cranes, backhoes, power tools, hand tools, benders, tuggers, hydraulic machinery), bending, stooping, kneeling, sitting, standing, grasping, driving, and typing.

Qualifications:

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license and a clean Motor Vehicle Report.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

ESTIMATOR
ESTIMATOR

Department: PRECONSTRUCTION

Reports To: V.P. OF PRECONSTRUCTION – Preconstruction Manager

Summary:

Performs estimates to suit customer’s needs and budget incorporating coordination with other disciplines to minimize the company risk.

Responsibilities:

• Attends and participates in design engineering meetings coordinating Electrical discipline on behalf of the company against all other disciplines.

• Studies architectural, civil, structural, and mechanical specifications and drawings in relationship to electrical requirements.

• Performs conceptual estimating from owner’s budgetary needs until issuance of construction drawings.

• Performs quantity survey takeoffs for all electrical items as detailed on drawings.

• Compiles subcontract and/or vendor information packages for quotes.

• Evaluates and verifies subcontract and/or vendor scopes of work against requirements.

• Performs data analysis and entry into computerized estimating system to produce quality estimates.

• Communicates and coordinates with the project development department regarding schedules and deadlines.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of:
• alternate methods of installation.
• building code.
• wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• purchasing sufficient to be able to understand the base price level of materials.
• national electrical code.
• commercial electrical construction.
• windows databases, spreadsheets, and word processing software.
• sales tax regulations.
• tools and tool uses.
• Purchase Orders and subcontracts.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• Value engineering alternatives and the application.
• Electrical materials and which vendors supply the correct material

Skill in:
• taking direction and receiving instructions.
• supporting a department with multiple employees.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to perform electrical calculations.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and geometry.
• managing others so that the work assignment gets completed.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information, achieve understanding and persuade internal and external customers.
• operating a computer.
• prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs.
• problem solving.
• organizing work to accomplish tasks.
• managing stress to carry out the work assignments.
• reading and interpreting blueprints.
• time management.
• attention to detail.
• establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, employees, and internal and external customers.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information, achieve understanding and persuade internal and external customers.

Ability to:
• have foresight and insight into the work assignments.
• understand and know the appropriate level of internal and external management to work with in completing the assignments

Physical Requirements:

Sitting, standing, walking, climbing, computer operation, stooping, kneeling, crawling, reaching, lifting (up to 30 lbs.), near vision acuity.

Qualifications:

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license plus at least one-year additional experience in construction.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com

SERVICE ESTIMATOR
SERVICE ESTIMATOR

Department: SERVICE

Reports To: Director of Construction

Summary:

Performs estimates to suit customer’s needs and budget incorporating coordination with other disciplines to minimize the company risk.

Responsibilities:

• Attends and participates in design engineering meetings coordinating Electrical discipline on behalf of the company against all other disciplines.

• Studies architectural, civil, structural, and mechanical specifications and drawings in relationship to electrical requirements.

• Performs conceptual estimating from owner’s budgetary needs until issuance of construction drawings.

• Performs quantity survey takeoffs for all electrical items as detailed on drawings.

• Compiles subcontract and/or vendor information packages for quotes.

• Evaluates and verifies subcontract and/or vendor scopes of work against requirements.

• Performs data analysis and entry into computerized estimating system to produce quality estimates.

• Communicates and coordinates with the project development department regarding schedules and deadlines.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of:
• alternate methods of installation.
• building code.
• wiring systems and how to perform all phases of project installation.
• purchasing sufficient to be able to understand the base price level of materials.
• national electrical code.
• commercial electrical construction.
• windows databases, spreadsheets, and word processing software.
• sales tax regulations.
• tools and tool uses.
• Purchase Orders and subcontracts.
• Safety and OSHA standards.
• Value engineering alternatives and the application.
• Electrical materials and which vendors supply the correct material

Skill in:
• taking direction and receiving instructions.
• supporting a department with multiple employees.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to perform electrical calculations.
• mathematics sufficient to be able to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and geometry.
• managing others so that the work assignment gets completed.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information, achieve understanding and persuade internal and external customers.
• operating a computer.
• prioritizing and reprioritizing to meet job needs.
• problem solving.
• organizing work to accomplish tasks.
• managing stress to carry out the work assignments.
• reading and interpreting blueprints.
• time management.
• attention to detail.
• establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, employees, and internal and external customers.
• effective written and oral communication sufficient to be able to elicit and communicate information, achieve understanding and persuade internal and external customers.

Ability to:
• have foresight and insight into the work assignments.
• understand and know the appropriate level of internal and external management to work within completing the assignments

Physical Requirements:

Sitting, standing, walking, climbing, computer operation, stooping, kneeling, crawling, reaching, lifting (up to 30 lbs.), near vision acuity.

Qualifications:

Requires a Current Colorado JW Electrician license plus at least one-year additional experience in construction.

COMPANY BENEFITS
• Health
• Vision
• Dental
• 401(k)
• Flexible Spending Account
• Life Insurance
• Vacation and Personal paid time off
• Holiday
• Short and Long Term Disability

TO APPLY: Please use the link under Careers

www.elightelectric.com