Electrical Foreman

Regina
2024-06-12
Job Type
Permanent
Emp Type
Full Time
Industry
Engineering and Construction
Skills
Any
Functional Expertise
Any
Salary Type
Annual
Salary
Negotiable
Job ID
70045

Job Description

Job Title: Electrical Foreman:

 

The Opportunity:

 

Executrade's client is currently on the lookout for a skilled Electrical Foreman to lead and coordinate a team of electricians for the seamless completion of commercial construction projects. As a pivotal member of the team, you’ll be instrumental in ensuring top-notch quality, safety, and timely project execution.

If selected for this exciting opportunity, you’ll work alongside industry leaders, benefiting from extensive corporate services and access to cutting-edge technology. You’ll have the confidence of supporting a well-regarded brand known for excellence. In return for your efforts, you can expect a comprehensive compensation plan that includes a competitive salary, health benefits, and performance bonuses. This position is based out of Regina Saskatchewan and relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates.

If you are ready to take on this impactful role and contribute to our clients success, then apply today!

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

• Oversight and coordination of electricians' tasks and schedules.

• Design and organize wiring diagrams, conduit systems, and placements for electrical panels.

• Enforce strict adherence to safety protocols and standards.

• Track project advancement to uphold deadlines and financial limits.

• Address and resolve electrical issues through effective troubleshooting and diagnosis.

• Provide comprehensive safety training and guidance to electricians.

• Manage procurement of necessary materials and equipment for projects.

• Perform regular inspections to guarantee the quality of electricians' work meets set standards. 

 

Qualifications and Skills:

 

• High school diploma or equivalent educational background.

• Demonstrated expertise with at least 5 years of hands-on experience in electrical installation and wiring.

• Proven leadership or supervisory experience in a related field.

• Proficiency in understanding and applying electrical codes and regulations.

• Strong ability to interpret and work with wiring diagrams and schematics.

• Exceptional communication skills coupled with effective problem-solving abilities.

• Capacity to excel in a dynamic, fast-paced work environment.

• Possession of a valid driver's license with a clean driving record.

 

Benefits:

 

  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience
  • Comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, and more.
  • Vast opportunities for professional development and career growth
  • Dynamic and collaborative work environment
  • Meaningful work that positively impacts farmers and the agricultural industry

 

Apply today:

 

If you are enthusiastic about engineering innovation and seeking an exciting opportunity to lead a talented team in developing cutting -edge tillage equipment designs, we invite you to take the next step in your career with us. Join our team and be part of shaping the future of farming!

 

Please submit your resume directly to Ian Strate via email at ian@executrade.com.

 

Executrade is one of the largest and most comprehensive full-service recruitment firms in Western Canada, with 7 divisions and locations in Edmonton and Calgary. We have 50 years of experience helping client companies and candidates achieve their business goals and vision. Our success is due to our people, the strong relationships we build, and the continuous and robust evaluation and refining of our recruitment and staffing processes.

Individuals interested in this employment opportunity must obtain the necessary approvals from the Government of Canada - Citizenship and Immigration department, prior to applying for this position. In accordance with the Canadian Immigration laws, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada for employment opportunities. Detailed information can be obtained from http://www.cic.gc.ca.

 

 

Consultant

Ian Strate