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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.

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ACCEPTING RESUMES FOR BELOW POSITIONS

COMMISSIONING MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Commissioning Manager- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Project Manager

Summary:

To accept responsibility for the testing and start up of the electrical and mechanical equipment for each project assigned to them, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our client’s needs, controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Manage the commissioning staff of the project
• Train and develop staff personnel in safety, quality, vision, installation, technical specifications, blueprints, contract requirements, test equipment and other items necessary for the performance of our scope of work.
• Work closely with the Project Engineer, Construction Managers and Logistics Manager to ensure the materials and methods of installation are correct throughout the project.
• Develop and administer a Commissioning and Start Up Program for the site
o Submit plan for approval to Director of Renewable Energy
o Submit plan to customer
o Save plan to project file
• Coordinate with QC Manager to ensure commissioning activities are included in the Quality Tracker and Visual Tracker
o Set up trackers for projects for commissioning
o Train personnel in use
o Update both trackers daily by no later than 14:30 each day
• Develop iauditor templates and use for Commissioning reporting and testing reporting
o Ensure staff has tablets
o Ensure staff is trained on using iauditor
o Develop templates in line with the Commissioning Plan and the Site Requirements
o Save reports to project file
o Submit reports to customer
o Work with the customer to develop electronic means to do reporting and improve processes and integrate iAuditor .
• Coordinate and schedule commissioning and testing requirements with client and operations
o Set up and administer all reporting
o Establish and monitor all testing
o Coordinate with safety for all red rope activities
o Manage safety for all start up and testing processes
 Establish and manage Red Rope Program
 Help develop and manage Arc Flash protection
 Help develop and manage electrical shock prevention
 Help develop and manage lock out and tag out procedures
o Develop and maintain test report books fro each array
o Schedule commissioning tasks
 Coordinate with Construction Manager and Quality Manager
 Provide schedule of tasks and personnel for schedule tracker for all start up and commissioning tasks.
 Update schedule tracker daily with details of manpower, actual work performed and work scheduled
• Assist project manager, safety manager, and construction manager with management of staff and in any way that is beneficial to the team.
• Attend meetings with Client for coordination of Testing and Start Up Process
• Attend Plan of Tomorrow Meetings daily
• Arrange and coordinate third party testing

• Planning and Layout
o Assist operations with planning and coordinating quality and commissioning
o Assist project manager in determining and obtaining staff needs

• Assist the Site Manager to Manage the Costs of the Project
o Personnel and labor costs
o Improve efficiency
o Maintain success rate average in excess of 97.5%
o Third party testing vendors and contracts

• Safety
o Coordinate with site safety manager for materials, tools and equipment for quality and commissioning staff
o Ensure personnel have the correct tester for the work performed

• Develop quality personnel
o Identify personnel with potential for advancement and train them to be your replacement.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Be a team member that has solutions and not just questions
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Construction Manager- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Site Manager

Summary:

To accept responsibility for the installation of each project assigned to them, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our client’s needs, controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Execute initial site set up and clean off and maintain site facilities throughout the project
• Ensure the safe work practices of the employees on the project
o Ensure all safety procedures are followed
o Ensure all site requirements are followed
o Ensure personnel are trained prior to performing tasks
o Ensure daily crew briefings are being done
o Ensure crews are using pretask cards and challenging in accordance with company procedure and policy
o Ensure the all tasks are analyzed and hazards are mitigated
o Ensure accidents and incidents are reported immediately to corporate and to client
o Ensure accident reports are accurate and are completed according to company policy> [If the project has a full time safety manager, coordinate with the safety manager it complete reports.] • Stand in the Circle
o Stand in the circle and observe at least one crew and task per week
o Compete a STOP action card and submit to safety manager
o Review your observations with the crew and ask for their input and feedback on how to improve their task
• Manage day to day operations on site in your area of responsibility
• Schedule and facilitate the Plan of Tomorrow meeting daily
• Manage the operations staff in your area of responsibility
• Develop and maintain the construction schedule for your area of responsibility
o Coordinate with other CMs on the project all tasks
o Submit schedule to PE for input to schedule tracker
o Maintain daily input and updates of schedule tracker during the Plan of Tomorrow Meeting
o Review and initial daily report for schedule tracker on the network drive by 15:00 each work day
o Review schedule for three weeks in advance with GFs each Monday during the POT meeting
• Pre-plan the project for your area of responsibility
o Determine material needs and develop the commodity and buy out
o Determine tool needs and submit to the Site Manager for buy out
o Determine equipment needs and submit to the Site Manager for buy out
o Responsible for all material ordered for your area of responsibility. Make sure that all material take off is done with a good accuracy, to prevent several Misc. orders ever week.
• Manage superintendents on the project
o Develop to become construction managers
o Train to manage personnel
o Train to develop installation plans
o Train to do take offs of materials, tools and equipment
o Provide superintendents with the tools, information and materials to be successful at the tasks you assign them.
• Help maintain budget and understand what things cost.
o Remember that every person on the site costs us approximately one dollar per minute. Analyze what each person is doing and help them find efficient and effective ways to spend each minute they are on the project.
• Communicates with vendors, engineers, Pre-Fab, and other contractors to assure jobs are completed on schedule
• Responsible for accuracy and quality of entire installation.
o Review quality tracker report each day in the POT meeting
o Maintain a success rate of at least 97.5% average for all work in your area of responsibility
o Work daily to achieve a goal of 100% success rate on tasks
• Maintain and manage good daily logs in a detailed manner and give to Project Manager at end of day
• Develop, write, and ensure execution of installation plans for all tasks performed in your area of responsibility
• Assist the Site Manager with the application and execution of the productivity tracking system
• Understand, enforce and implement local union requirements according to project labor agreement and master agreement if applicable
• Maintain as-built drawings for all work performed in your area of responsibility
• Perform a week safety and quality inspection of the site
o Make a specific and separate inspection of the work site
o Submit iauditor report for the inspection to corporate and to client
• Coordinate with customer to meet customers’ needs
o Attend subcontractor meetings
o Develop a working professional relationship with key client personnel
• Work with Site Manager to understand costs
o Ask for a cost versus estimate report weekly from the Site Manager
o Learn to identify where savings could be found
o Find ways to eliminate items which do not add value

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/ Solar installs
• Tools, tool uses, and repair techniques
• Other trades to coordinate electrical installation
• Mathematics sufficient to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and fractions
• National Electrical 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
• Productivity Quality assurance
• Installation Plan development
• Commercial wiring systems and blueprint reading
• Photovoltaic systems
• Union requirements and regulations
• Proficiency with Outlook. Excel, Bluebeam, iAuditor and other computer software programs developed and used in reporting and communication.
Skill in:
• 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 de-energized
• 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. Able to work in high heat conditions in rural locations.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Be a team member that has solutions and not just questions
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• Identify personnel with leadership potential and mentor and coach them for advancement
• Find your replacement and train them to take your place.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

LOGISTICS MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Logistics Manager- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Site Manager

Summary:

To accept responsibility for the logistics of each project assigned to them, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our clients needs, controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Manage the logistics staff of the project
• Track all material deliveries
• Schedule and coordinate arrival times of materials
• Inspect materials when delivered for
o Correct size, type & quantity
o Damaged materials
 Track all returns /for credit to job
 Prepare all returns and schedule pickups
• File receipts & delivery slips
o Update received commodity materials
o Track pending materials
o Track missing materials
• Co-ordinate staging of materials
o In Laydown yard
o On site for work
• Organize supply conex and storage areas
• Order material requests from all installation forms
o Request material quotes
o Notify operations when materials arrive
o Compile and release materials
• Maintain the PO tracker
o Issue PO #
• Manage water and ice distribution
• Manage latrine distribution
• Manage shade structure and break area staging and movement
• Be stationed on the assign project full time

• Assist site manage in managing vendors
• Responsible for managing and maintaining all equipment
o Daily inspections
o Arrange repairs and replacements
o Check in equipment and arrange pickups
• Maintain all reporting required by site manager
• Every day seek out a better way to do the things that we do.

• Planning and Layout
o Assist operations with planning material needs and equipment needs
o Assist site manager in laying out logistics areas
o Assist site manager in ordering and setting up site and clearing off site

• Assist the Site Manager to Manage the Costs of the Project
o Obtain pricing
o Find and research vendors

• Safety
o Coordinate with site safety manager for materials, tools and equipment
o Ensure personnel have the correct tool for the work performed
o Ensure that tool and equipment remain in a safe working condition
o Develop and maintain a log of all tools and equipment on site, inspection dates
o Maintain a library of all operations manuals for all tools and equipment on site and ensure access to manuals by all employees

• Develop logistics personnel
o Identify personnel with potential for advancement and train them to be your replacement.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Be a team member that has solutions and not just questions
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

PROJECT ENGINEER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Project Engineer- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Site Manager

Summary:

To accept responsibility for each project assigned to them, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our clients needs, Controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Project Engineer Files / Planning and Layout
o All submittal and shop drawing transmittals, releases, correspondence and product data
o RFI correspondence
o Manage updated drawings and posting
o Manage TIP process from job start-up throughout entire project

• Project Correspondence
o Assist Site Managers with any project correspondence
o Prepare, log and manage RFI correspondence
o Prepare and implement iauditor templates
o Save all daily logs and iauditor reports to the project folder on the network drive for construction

• 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 manuals

• 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

• Project Tacking
o Develop and set up the schedule tracker for the project
o Maintain the schedule tracker for the project
o Set up the schedule tracker on the large screen for each POT meeting and update during the meeting
o Set up the QC tracker on the large screen for each POT meeting
o Send reminders to the Site Manager and the Construction Manager daily to initial the Trackers if they have not done it before 3:00 pm

• Be stationed on the assigned project full time

• Every day seek out a better way to do the things that we do.

• Planning and Layout
o Initial plans – assist SM and CM with initial planning
o Support superintendents with installation plan development

• Manage the Costs of the Project
o Assist the Site manager with data collection for cost forecasting
o Assist the site manager with cost forecasts
o Prepare a report weekly for the safety costs detail for the project and email to the Regional Safety Manager

• Safety
o Coordinate with Regional Safety Manager
o Ensure all safety procedures and policies are implemented on site
o The PE is the safety officer for the on site office staff.
 Conduct weekly safety meeting
 Coordinate and lead office stretch and flex

• Change Orders
o Determine needed change orders
o Coordinate with Client
o Develop change orders
o Coordinate with client to ensure completion of change orders

• Billing Construction
o Develop construction schedule to ensure billing is maximized
o Bill projects on time and accurately utilizing project approved forms.

• Forecasting and Cost Analysis
o Complete cost to Complete Spreadsheet monthly and submit to Project Manager for review in time for the PM to review and enter into Viewpoint.
o Review all job cost for your project daily using view point reports
o Meet with Project manager once per week at a minimum and review safety, schedule and costs of the project.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Motivate and Inspire Your Site Management Team
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• Please remember every day that the Site Manager is the head of the project and the team is looking to you for leadership.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

PROJECT MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Project Manager- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Director of Renewable Energy

Summary:

To accept responsibility for each respective project in their assigned region, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our clients needs, Controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Manage Site Manager
• Determine Site Management Team Needs, Request Personnel Assignments and Transfer Personnel
• Coordinate with Estimating to Obtain Potential Upcoming Projects in Your Region and Prepare for these projects by prequalifying vendors and subcontractors, locating and pricing housing and begin personnel quotes and searches
• Manage Project Start-Up and ensure project is started according to Project Start Up List

• Review, negotiate and manage project contracts

• Every day seek out a better way to do the things that we do.

• Planning and Layout
o Select vendors
o Select subcontractors
o Select housing
o Coordinate IT
o Coordinate Safety Support
o Coordinate Administrative Support
o Coordinate Accounting needs

• Approve Submittals and Shop Drawings

• Oversee the Site Manager’s management of all Material, Equipment and Tool Scheduling with Related Costs

• Track Job Field productivity and Manpower
o Analyze Trends and Identify necessary course corrections
o Assist Site Manager in making course corrections
• Track Job Field Quality
o Ensure no task falls below the corporate QC Success Percentage Limit
o Analyze Trends and Identify necessary course corrections
o Assist Site Manager in making course corrections

• Develop Site Manager
o Train on cost control
o Train on forecasting
o Train on trend analysis
o Train priority setting and time management
o Train on how to coach and develop
o Train how to select vendors and subcontractors
o Train how to select housing
o Identify a person who will be a replacement for you and coach them to be ready to take your place.

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• Change Orders
o Review and Approve Change Orders
o Ensure Change orders are processed and completed

• Billing Construction
o Review project schedules and ensure the work schedule maximizes available billing
o Ensure that billing matches current contract value including change orders.
o Bill projects on time and accurately utilizing project approved forms.

• Forecasting and Cost Analysis
o Review Cost to Complete Spreadsheet submitted monthly by Site Manager
o Review Cost to Complete Spreadsheet for each project in your region with the Director of Renewable Energy and the VP of Operations
o Enter final Cost to Complete Spreadsheet into Viewpoint for each project in your region
o Review all job cost for all projects weekly
o Meet with each Site Manager in your region once per week at a minimum and review safety, schedule and costs of the project.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Motivate and Inspire Your Site Management Teams
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

QUALITY MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Quality Manager- Renewable Energy

Department: Renewable Energy

Reports to: Site Manager

Summary:

To accept responsibility for the quality of each project assigned to them, with regard to ensuring the safety of our employees, meeting our client’s needs, controlling our costs, completing our schedules on time, implementation and administration of lean principals, management of tracking processes, and meeting the expectations of the owners of E Light Electric Services, Inc.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Manage the quality staff of the project
• Train and develop quality staff personnel
• Work closely with the Project Engineer, Construction Managers and Logistics Manager to ensure the materials and methods of installation are correct throughout the project.
• Develop and administer a Quality Assurance Program for the site
o Submit plan for approval to Director of Renewable Energy
o Submit plan to customer
o Save plan to project file
• Develop and administer the Quality Tracker and Visual Tracker
o Set up trackers for projects
o Train personnel in use
o Update both trackers daily by no later than 14:30 each day
• Develop iauditor templates and use for QC reporting
o Ensure staff has tablets
o Ensure staff is trained on using iauditor
o Develop templates in line with the Quality Assurance Plan and the Site Requirements
o Save reports to project file
o Submit reports to customer
• Coordinate and schedule quality requirements with client and operations
o Mock-ups / first installs
o Deliveries of Inverters
 Inspect for damage to units during transit
 Inspect for items missing or damaged on the units prior to our work
o Trenching
 Inspect MV, DC, AC and Communication runs
• Proper width and depths
• Layout of cables, spacing, marking, grounding ect
• Materials as shown in the drawings and specs
• Damage free
o Inspect Grounding
 Proper size and type of grounding conductors
 Proper type connectors, lugs, ground rods and bonding
 Proper layout
 Document any damage or discrepancies
o Inspect Combiner boxes– All work matches the first install documentation
 Proper mounting height and hardware
 Installation of wires and cables correct and neat
 Hardware torqued and marked
 Flash covers installed
 All Labels and signage installed
 Free of Damage inside and out
 Discrepancies flagged and documented
o Inspect Module install – All work matches the first install documentation
 Panel are spaced correctly, square and orientated the same
 Proper voltage for the area and all the correct voltages
 All hardware (weebs, nuts and bolts) installed properly
 All hardware torqued and marked properly
 Grounding cables attached at proper locations
 Damaged panels and discrepancies flagged and documented
o Inspect Wire Management – All work matches the first install documentation
 Panels looped correctly
 Homeruns installed correctly with correct materials
 Weather heads and grounding correct
 Tie wires at correct locations
 Connectors look correct
 Visual inspection for damage
 Discrepancies flagged and documented
o Inspection of electrical work inside skids
 Terminations
 Labels and signage
o Module install – All work matches the first install documentation
 Panel are spaced correctly, square and orientated the same
 Proper voltage for the area and all the correct voltages
 All hardware (weebs, nuts and bolts) installed properly
 All hardware torqued and marked properly
 Grounding cables attached at proper locations
 Damaged panels and discrepancies flagged and documented
o Wire Management – All work matches the first install documentation
 Panels looped correctly
 Homeruns installed correctly with correct materials
 Weather heads and grounding correct
 Tie wires at correct locations
 Connectors look correct
 Visual inspection for damage
 Discrepancies flagged and documented
o Inspection of electrical work inside skids
 Terminations
 Labels and signage

• Attend meetings with Client for coordination of Quality Process
• Manage the commissioning process and commissioning staff
• Attend Plan of Tomorrow Meetings daily
• Arrange and coordinate third party testing

• Planning and Layout
o Assist operations with planning and coordinating quality and commissioning
o Assist logistics manager in determining and obtaining quality staff needs

• Assist the Site Manager to Manage the Costs of the Project
o Personnel and labor costs
o Improve efficiency
o Maintain success rate average in excess of 97.5%
o Third party testing vendors and contracts

• Safety
o Coordinate with site safety manager for materials, tools and equipment for quality and commissioning staff
o Ensure personnel have the correct tester for the work performed

• Develop quality personnel
o Identify personnel with potential for advancement and train them to be your replacement.

Performance Functions:

• Provide Leadership
• Provide Good Communication
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Be a team member that has solutions and not just questions
• Everyday come to work ready to find a better way to do what we do.
• NEVER BE SATISFIED

FIRE ALARM LEAD

SUMMARY: Installs electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools for Fire Alarm Systems.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Coordination with customers/vendors/other trades for permitting/scheduling/inspections
• Submitting document packages to local AHJ’s and obtaining permits
• On site project supervision and installation
• Production of data sheet packages
• Production of O&M Manuals
• Production of As-Built drawings
• Purchasing materials

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Current Denver Fire Alarm Installer’s License
• NICET Level II Fire Alarm Systems Certification
• OR Colorado Journeyman Electricians license with Fire Alarm experience and willingness to obtain educatioin required to obtain Denver Fire Alarm Installer license and NICET II
• Alarm Technician: 1 year (Preferred)

  • Denver 303.754.0001
  • Colorado Springs 719.314.0670

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