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Entry Level Electrical Apprentices

Entry Level Electrical Apprentices

Company: Badger Creek Plumbing & Heating

POSITION:

Entry Level Electrical Apprentices

HOURS of WORK:

Full-Time in both residential and commercial electrical work

START:

ASAP

WAGE:

TBD based on experience

Badger Creek Plumbing and Heating, a member of the Jacobson & Greiner Group of Companies, offer plumbing, heating, air conditioning and electrical services, specializing in new construction. We are currently looking for experienced individuals to join our team.

Position Summary: While conducting work according to relevant codes, Electrical Apprentices are expected to follow safety procedures, produce quality work and ensure customer satisfaction.

Job duties include but not limited to:

  • Install, repair, replace/upgrade electrical controls, panels, fixtures and other electrical components
  • Check connections and voltage, troubleshoot wiring where needed to prevent hazardous conditions and ensure a safe working environment.
  • Be an independent worker committed to produce quality work
  • Maintain a professional work ethic

Requirements:

  • Entry Level Electrical Apprentice
  • Ability to work with others
  • Takes direction well
  • Knowledge of hand tool use
  • Safety training; an asset
    • Please submit your resume and cover letter to
      Application Procedure:
      Email: Blaine@badgercreek.ca
      Mail or Drop Off:
      109 Industrial Drive
      Brandon, MB R7A 7S6
      ATTN: Hiring Manager

      IMPORTANT NOTES RELATING TO YOUR APPLICATION:
      1. Please clearly indicate the position you are applying for in your cover letter or email subject line.
      2. We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
      3. Successful applicants will be required to provide proof of licensure, including a clear driving abstract, upon hire, depending on the nature of the position.

       

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