Duke Energy C&I Lead (Foreman) in United States
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Employees in this classification Supervise on-site installation of solar panels.
Must live in either Southern or Northern California to regularly travel to solar sites located relative to Long Beach and Stockton.
The Foreman is responsible for direct field supervision of small to medium-scale (30kW to 600kW) solar installation projects, ensuring production goals, craftmanship standards, and safety practices are met.
The ideal candidate will have an Industrial and Commercial Journeyman Certification.
Traveling for 3 - 4 weeks before rotating home if uncommittable
50% typically, hands on workday
Ownership of project planning & reporting
Leading and participating in off hour shutdowns
• High School/GED degree• In addition to required degree, 5 + years related work experience
Minimum of 7 + years of commercial electrical experience or a minimum of 5 + years of construction supervision
Driver license in good standing
First Aid/CPR certified
Certified California General Electrician (Journeyman)
Experience with leading self-perform teams as well as subcontractors on a shared scope project
Ability to operate and train on industry tools
Strong understanding of NEC, with a focus on solar
Software/Computer skills that cover at a minimum Microsoft Suite and online construction management apps
Manage and direct in-field construction and subcontracted resources (labor, sub-contractors, rental equipment, tools, and materials)
Install systems and/or supervise installation work
Work with Project Management to develop accurate construction schedule forecasts, and update management with project costs
Accurately complete QC reports, project testing, commissioning documents, and daily job site logs in a timely manner
Provide clear, detailed, and accurate instruction to workers
Periodically work on government projects subject to prevailing wage requirements
Additional Preferred Qualifications
General Journeyman electrician's certification
OSHA 30 training and NABCEP certification
Ability to lead large groups of workers, provide detailed instructions, and inspect work
Experience working in 480v 3-phase electrical gear
Proficient with heavy equipment (forklifts, reach forklifts, scissor lifts, etc.)
Experience executing a safety plan in the field
Computer knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and MS Project
This position requires over 50% travel to solar sites for direct field supervision.
Exposure to natural and chemical elements (i.e. severe weather conditions, noise, dust, humidity, and wildlife) are associated with the work environment.
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable) No
Represented/Union Position No
Visa Sponsored Position No
Posting Expiration Date
Monday, December 13, 2021
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
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