Job Title: Journeyman
Reporting to: General Foreman, Sub Foreman
Direct Reports: Apprentices
The main responsibilities of the Journeyman are to install material and equipment as directed by the General Foreman or Sub Foreman.
q Ability to read and understand blueprints and printed instructions.
q Follow direction of immediate supervisor.
q Provide guidance, direction and on the job training to apprentices.
q Inspect and test electrical equipment, lighting, power circuits as requested by Foreman.
q Install all work per applicable National Electric Code (NEC).
q Ability to work safely and ensure apprentices are working safely.
q Inspect completed work for conformance with requirements of local building and safety codes.
q Perform all work in accordance with Aerial’s Safety Program and Quality Control Program (NHQ). Document compliance and report non-compliance to respective General Foreman and Sub Foreman. Take necessary actions when required and report instances of non-compliance.
q Identify and coordinate any production installation problems between other trades that would affect electrical installations and relay to Foreman or Sub Foreman.
q Maintain a clean and organized work area.
q Ensure tools and equipment are kept in working order.
q Know and adhere to safety codes and regulatory agency requirements.
q Ability to perform duties in a professional manner and prioritize workload to meet deadlines.
q Ability to work in various environmental conditions to include; noisy, wet or humid; indoor, and outdoor, extreme hot and cold, and in high or precarious places. Ability to work near moving equipment.
q This position requires frequent standing, bending, stooping and lifting. May also require working in cramped spaces. Employee will also be required to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs frequently and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 lbs.
Key Requirements & Competencies
q Use, Learn, and Embrace, Aerial’s Systems and Policies.
q Effectively motivate, develop, and direct apprentices as they work.
q Ability to ACT in a situation and not REACT.
q Communicate effectively , both verbal and written.
q Capable of problem solving.
q Skilled in operating motorized vehicles, equipment, power and hand tools.
q Ability to establish and maintain courteous and cooperative working relationships with staff, vendors, other trades and customers.
q Monitor and assess performance of self and apprentices and suggest improvements or corrective action.
q Ability to exercise judgement, working within the boundaries of Aerial’s policies, in selection of methods, and techniques for obtaining results and ability to evaluate results.
q Identify the developmental needs of apprentices, and coach, mentor, and teach them to improve their knowledge and skills.
q Ability to troubleshoot problems during installation.
q Capable of meeting deadlines and achieving measurable goals.
q Strive for continuous improvement.
q Accept accountability and responsibility seriously.
q Knowledge of current National Electrical Code (NEC) and local regulatory electrical codes and requirements.
q Ability to work independently and apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions.
Education and Experience
E-2 License (as may be mandated by State)
Attend continuing education as required
OSHA 10 Course
First Aid and CPR Training
Equipment Training as necessary