Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: December 30, 2016
Organization: Utility Partners of America
City: Greenville, SC
Wages/Salary: Comprehensive benefits package, $23-25.00 per hour plus bonus incentives
SC Electrical Contractors License
? HS diploma or GED preferred
?Experience in residential single phase service change outs
?Pertinent knowledge of meter bases and distribution panels
?Ability to change out home electrical services (meter and outdoor panel)
Duties include making schedules, assigning work, and training employees. Electrical supervisors motivate electricians to increase their productivity and meet work goals. They also ensure the proper maintenance of equipment, compliance with electrical codes, and adherence to safety regulations. Electrical supervisors assist with electrical system installation, troubleshooting, and repair as needed. Designing electrical systems and circuits, as well as contributing to improved designs and manufacturing processes are other common job functions.
In addition to supervisory duties, electrical supervisors commonly have administrative duties. They may purchase supplies, ensure adequate inventory, plan budgets, prioritize purchases, prepare cost estimates, and document their purchases. They may also keep records of electrical operations, payrolls, and timesheets. Some electrical supervisors play a role in hiring, firing, and evaluating employees.