There is a wide range of career streams in electrical maintenance & contracting.
Below is the employee structure within our Electrical Infrastructure Services Team.
An operations manager is responsible for setting operational priorities, overseeing tendering and risk management, identifying growth opportunities, and ensuring employee development. They drive a positive safety culture, visit work sites for engagement and performance reviews, and establish annual performance goals. The operations manager manages procurement, budget adherence, and subcontract negotiations, contributing to operational excellence and the overall success of the company.
A junior project coordinator/junior estimator assists in project management and estimation tasks. They review tender documentation, maintain document control, complete tender submission documents, and perform material and labor takeoffs. They coordinate traffic plans, schedule labour and allocate materials, and handle maps and materials for maintenance programs. Additionally, they provide updates to management and track material purchases while keeping customers informed. Their role supports various aspects of project coordination, estimation, and communication within the electrical company.
An office administrator performs a range of administrative and clerical duties to support the smooth operation of the office. They handle general office duties, such as managing incoming calls, scheduling appointments, and maintaining office supplies and equipment. Office administrators also assist with documentation and record-keeping, including filing, data entry, and preparing reports. They may coordinate meetings, handle correspondence, and assist in organizing company events or functions. Additionally, they may support other team members with administrative tasks as needed, contributing to the overall efficiency and organization of the office.
A foreman is responsible for overseeing and managing electrical projects and teams. They coordinate daily activities, provide guidance to the workforce, ensure project efficiency, and maintain safety standards. The foreman serves as a point of contact with clients and stakeholders, resolves on-site issues, and possesses strong leadership and communication skills.
An electrical apprentice works under the guidance of an electrician, assisting with material handling, installation, wire pulls, paperwork completion, trenching, landscaping, and stock management. They learn and develop practical skills while ensuring a clean and organized work environment. Their responsibilities encompass a range of tasks that contribute to the smooth execution of electrical projects and the overall functioning of the company.
An electrician is responsible for installing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electrical components. They operate various equipment, mentor apprentices, prioritize quality control and project efficiency, complete paperwork, and engage in physical tasks like trenching and landscaping. They also handle stock items, maintain equipment, and may perform traffic control duties after obtaining the necessary certifications.
A labourer performs various tasks including sorting and stripping electrical parts for recycling, cleaning and maintaining supplies and equipment, operating hand and power tools, loading and unloading equipment and delivering/picking up parts from suppliers. They play a crucial role in maintaining an organized work environment, supporting recycling efforts, and ensuring the smooth operation of the company.