Electrician- Commercial Service Technician

Employer
On Deck Business Solutions
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Jul 17, 2017
Closes
Aug 07, 2017
Industry
Specialty Trades
Hours
Full Time
Job Description Commercial Service Technician As a Commercial Service Electrician, you will be responsible for diagnosing, repairing, and installing electrical fixtures for commercial clients. The Electrical Technician will be trusted to use their experience and electrical knowledge to make judgement calls in the field ensuring the problem is resolved quickly and efficiently, exceeding the customer's expectations. Technician Responsibilities Strong troubleshooting skills Able to identify electrical problems efficiently and quickly Perform general electrical installations and repairs Perform work in a safe manner Perform quality work to code Maintain a clean work environment, leaving no trace Communicate effectively with the customer & office ​​ Qualifications Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills Demonstrate a positive, courteous and polite attitude Knowledge of NEC and local codes Familiarity with electrical schematics, blueprints, and manuals Personal tools needed to perform electrical tasks Familiarity with electrical equipment and tools 5 year's electrical experience Journeyman's License desirable Computer literate Valid Driver's License with a clean driving record Pass required Drug Screen and Background Requirements Compensation · Competitive compensation based on experience & training, ranging from $23 to $30 an hour · Full benefit package- healthcare, dental & vision insurance, 401k, vacation & holidays · Company van and gas card Company Description Looking for a new job? Let OnDeck Business Solutions help. We specialize in finding long term employment for electricians, plumbers and HVAC techs with the best contractors in the Washington-Baltimore Corridor. We get to know our candidates to make sure they are being placed in opportunities that will further advance their goals and aspirations as well as the company's. Recruiters have been helping managers find a new job for decades; it's time the same level of help is available to the workers that get the job done.