Journeyman Electrician Needed in Clarksville, TN

Position Type:
Full-time
Experience:
4
Bart's Electric is a full service electrical and special systems contractor which has built a reputation of reliability and service that sets us apart in the commercial electric industry. Bart's Electric philosophy is summarized in the phrase "We give the customer more service than they paid for." We are looking for qualified Skilled Journeyman to join our team in Clarksville, TN.
Position Responsibilities
Previous electrical experience required. Duties include pipe bending, wire pulling, running conduit, installing fixtures and outlets. Must be self motivated and willing to learn new skills. Ability to follow instructions, demonstrated concern for safety and adherence to all company policies while promoting them to others, self motivated, team player, positive attitude, problem solving skills, proven attendance record and mechanical aptitude.
Position Qualifications
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent, age 18 or older, reliable transportation, valid driver's license and hand tools. Ability to work in inclement weather, stand entire shift, squat, bend, reach overhead, heavy lifting and climbing ladders. Ability to travel to our out of state projects strongly preferred.
We offer competitive pay and a generous benefits package!
Barts Electric is an equal opportunity employer.
Please follow the online application process or fax your resume to 816-472-1638 attention Human Resources. We will contact those candidates we are interested in pursuing further as openings become available.
Please apply at:
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