Lead Electrician

The Electrician is an integral member of the installation crews, who are responsible for installing residential solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. The Electrician installs and directs the work of all mechanical portions of solar electric installations relating to array layouts, array racking, and module installation either roof or ground mounted. They provide immediate in-field oversight to crews on safety, quality control, and correct installation methods to ensure an efficient installation.
Passionate. You have a high level of energy, motivation, drive, enthusiasm, initiative, commitment and professionalism. You don't get overwhelmed easily. You are extremely keen to learn more about everything from others.
Driven. You are looking to join a team that is passionate, engaging, and energetic about solar energy, Mother Nature, and working outside. You understand what it takes to get the job done; you are a ninja when it comes to grinding away at issues and finding a resolution.
Flexible. You're willing to help out wherever needed and wear numerous hats in doing so. You are versatile enough to be an exceptional team player as well as an effective individual contributor.
Fun. You're a charismatic, gregarious individual who can talk to anyone; you're flexible, courageous, and enthusiastic about making the world a cleaner place for everyone.
Install of electrical service equipment, wiring, and devices required for the installation of residential and light commercial solar PV systems.
Be responsible for ensuring systems meet company standard job specifications, the National Electrical code and relevant local codes.
Act as on-site supervisors for electrical teams and provide regular reports of team activities to electrical managers.
Love heights and the idea of working on rooftops with proper safety apparatus.
Work independently with minimum supervision in a fast-paced, high-growth environment.
Have the rare opportunity to help save the planet.
4+ years of experience as an Electrician.
Complete understanding of the NEC code book or plan to attend classes with the intention of gaining these skills.
Ability to calculate total load amperage ratings, wattages, KW & KVA sizes.
Good communication skills and the ability to interact positively in a team environment.
Comfortable working in confined spaces such as attics.
Physical mobility of upper and lower body.
Capability to work in various positions, including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time.
Ability to work in extreme environments (example:
heat, snow, rain, wind, etc).
Willingness and capability to climb ladders, stairs, and work on rooftops.
Ability to lift, pull, and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks.
Capable to lift 50 lbs of weight frequently throughout assigned workday.
Superb customer service skills - a high level of professionalism and a positive demeanor is a MUST.
Valid state driver's license.
Pristine driving record (for example - no DUI within the last 5 years).
Successfully pass a pre-employment criminal background check, national driving record check, and drug screen.

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