Generator Installation Technician
This is the place for you if you are hard-working, self-disciplined, resourceful, dependable and a team player!
As a Generator Installation Technician, you will....
Operate a bucket truck throughout local counties.
Set 7.5kw+ generators outside of residential homes according to necessary requirements by county.
Install 7.5kw+ generators outside of residential homes according to necessary requirements by county.
Install generator transfer switches/smart modules.
Install conduit, wiring, and electrical services to home.
Create material lists for work orders and maintain vehicle inventory.
If need be, replace electrical panels to ensure proper functioning of new generator.
Identify the problem and cause of failure through logical troubleshooting steps, determine corrective action through inspection of failed parts.
Communicate all information to customers in an accurate, factual manner.
Deliver exceptional customer service to customers.
Ensure work scope has been performed and unit is operational.
Write clear and concise report on installation procedure.
Input labor and materials on electronic work order each day.
Maintain a clean vehicle and track maintenance requirements.
Lead and train an electrical apprentice on all the processes listed above.
The perfect candidate will also have...
The ability to provide decisive, focused leadership.
The ability to effectively direct and motivate others.
The ability to physically climb and maneuver on ladders, lifts, and/or tight places, digging trenches outside, lay conduit in trench and pull cable in conduit, and carry 50+ lbs with no restrictions.
The ability to perform high quality work in a timely and efficient manner.
An active driver's license and clean driving record.
Experience in the electrical field.
The job descriptions and responsibilities described are intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position listed. It is not a comprehensive list of all responsibilities, skills, or abilities.
Just in case you are wondering...
Health insurance after the first 30 days of employment
With 50% of health insurance premium covered by Doc Watts Electric, Inc.
Vision insurance after the first 30 days of employment
Dental insurance after the first 30 days of employment
Life insurance after the first 30 days of employment
Six paid holidays a year after probationary period (New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day)
Eligible for 40 hours of PTO/Vacation after their first year of employment
Eligible for 80 hours of PTO/Vacation after 5 years of employment
If candidate does not have a valid Journeyman License...
Florida Electrical Apprenticeship & Training Program sponsorship
We cover the costs of your tuition and provide PAID on the job training
Develop your electrical skills/knowledge to prepare you to sit for the Electrical Journeyman License exam!
Generator Installation/Service experience preferred
Thoroughly understand the electrical fundamentals of circuitry.
High school Diploma or equivalent
Must pass a background check
Journeyman License (Preferred)
6:45am -3:45 pm
Rotating on-call weekends
Job Type: Full-time
Starting from $22-$28 per hour (Dependent on experience level and knowledge-ability)
We are an equal opportunity employer and consider who considers all qualified applicants equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability status.
Come Join the Doc Watts Electric Team!
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