As technology continues to grow, houses place more and more demand on their electrical systems. The tasks associated with the residential work continually evolve. Today’s homes are now being equipped with computer networks, energy management systems, security systems, fire alarm systems as well as the standard power distribution systems to lights and receptacles throughout the home.
As new homes and major home renovation projects continue to drive the Ohio and Pennsylvania economies, some of the region’s premier contractors are looking to hire certified electricians to install and maintain the electrical systems in homes and other types of residential installations.
We are looking for residential electricians with the following experience:
- Performing work on single and multi-family dwelling units
- New construction
- Service work
- Speciality work on:
- Pools and spas
- Landscape lighting
- Data cabling
- Sound systems
- Heating and air conditioning
- Solar voltaic generation
- Security, fire alarm and access control systems
- Energy management systems
- Layout, assemble, install, repair and test entire electrical and electronic systems
- Installing underground power circuit and telephone feeders to entrance facilities
- Connecting to the grounding electrode system
- Installing pathways and spaces for installation of low voltage wiring
- Installing pathways and circuit conductors for power distribution
- Installing receptacles, lighting systems and fixtures
- Testing, certifying and troubleshooting all system wiring installations
Top regional contractors also pay for their employees to receive continuing education requirements to ensure electricians refine their skills and keep current with new techniques and equipment every year. This ongoing training also includes the latest in safety classes necessary for 30-hour OSHA certificate; NFPA 70e arc flash/blast training and first aid that includes CPR, bloodborne pathogens and Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
The Electricians Work contractors are licensed, with comprehensive insurance and bonding protection. Furthermore, each contractor wants their electricians to follow the all safety guidelines, as established by regulations.