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Colwill Engineering

COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT



Job Description
Colwill Engineering Design Build (EC13001200) is currently hiring for commercial electrical project superintendents. We are looking for organized, driven, leaders capable of running electrical projects that want to be part of our team. If you have a minimum of four year's experience successfully running medium to large commercial projects please send us your resume.

Colwill Offers:
Full Time Employment in Orlando
Exceptional Starting Salary
Paid Vacation and Paid Holidays
Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
Job Bonus Program
401K
Company Truck (Qualifying Driving Record Required)
Gas Card
E-Pass
Cell Phone
Ability to Grow within the Company

Must have a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Must be able to pass a back ground and drug test. We are a drug free work place.








About Colwill Engineering
Colwill Engineering was founded in 1989 with the mission of bringing a new level of detail and professionalism to the electrical design industry. Expansion and re-structure in 2001 included our design build electrical construction services. The prime candidates will enhance our team values to Commit to excellence, Outperform and exceed expectations, Listen, learn, and grow, Work safely as a team, Initiate and innovate, Lead with honest and integrity, and Leave a legacy and support the community.



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