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RAMS, Inc.

Commercial Electricians - All Levels



Job Description
Responsibilities of the Apprentice and Journeyman Commercial Electricians

•Install new electrical systems and repair old ones
•Layout and assemble electrical system according to blueprints
•Manage preventive and regular maintenance on electrical systems
•Carryout the installation of cable trays and grounding work
•Cut and form wires to fit into panel
•Manage wiring and conduit systems in a safe and orderly manner
•Troubleshoot issues with electrical systems as and when required

Requirements of the Apprentice and Journeyman Commercial Electricians

•Must have knowledge of conduit bending, wire pulling, terminating electrical panels, reading blueprints and wiring schematics.
•Pass a background check and drug screen
•Possess a reliable vehicle and have a valid driver's license
•Submit professional references to verify work history
•Have basic hand tools








About RAMS, Inc.
Resource Acquisition and Management Services, Inc. (RAMS) was founded in 1994 as an alternate workforce solution provider specializing in the skilled trades aspect of the commercial construction industry. Since its inception, RAMS, has evolved into a Family of Companies that Provides integrated human resource and training solutions to, and satisfies many of the unique needs in, the commercial construction and consulting industries. All RAMS employees are full time, benefited, and drug free. All RAMS affiliates – RPG, TEC, and PSG – are at will, Equal Opportunity and Drug Free employers.


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