Electrical Foreman (construction / journeyman electrician)

TAI Engineering
Linthicum Heights, MD
Sep 15, 2017
Sep 18, 2017
Specialty Trades
Full Time
TAI's Specialty Construction (SCI) group has an immediate need for an Electrical Foreman. Must be proficient in troubleshooting AC/DC control circuits and instrumentation with ability to read and interpret electrical control schematics. Working knowledge of operating principles and troubleshooting of AC and DC drives, protection and power distributions for 5KV and 480V AC systems, as well as the National Electrical Code. The Electrical Foreman must have prior Industrial/Manufacturing experience. Primary Responsibilities Include: Install, maintain and troubleshoot electrical systems including installing conduit and wirings, motors, instrumentation, recording devices, starters and temporary wiring setups. Manage Electrical projects; tracking time, materials, expenses, job safety, etc. Ensure projects are completed on-time and within budget. Oversee a staff of 3-4 Electricians. Perform cost estimates, write proposals, and respond to client inquiries. Diagnose and correct electrical malfunctions to maintain equipment in a state of operating effectiveness. Maintain and repair plant instrumentation. Develop wiring diagrams as necessary. Use precision instrumentation such as voltmeter, ammeter, megger, wattmeter, etc. Install, maintain and repair a wide variety of cranes, elevators, power doors, hoists and related equipment. Perform all aspects of maintaining overhead crane systems. Complete records and inventory of supplies necessary for performance of jobs. Perform preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance on electrical devices and other equipment. Maintain personal work tools. Perform other duties as required to maintain or improve plant reliability. Conduct daily safety risk assessments on routine and non-routine job tasks. Required Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent Journeyman/Master electrician or a minimum of 8 years industrial electrical experience. Demonstrated proficiency in time management, communications, decision making, human relations and organization. Complete knowledge of all current and voltage characteristics such as single phase, 3 phase, 110v, 220v, 440, 12.5KV and dc voltage. Working knowledge of solid state circuitry and programmable controllers. Knowledge of National Electric Code, NFPA 70E and other applicable safety and industry codes. Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. Ability to perform frequent climbing of metal steps and walking on metal grating Proven ability to work in a safe manner, adhere to safe practices

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