Do you prefer working with your hands over a computer? Do you get bored with repetitive work? Would you rather be outdoors than indoors on most
days? If you said “yes” to these questions, becoming an electrical helper at No Shorts Electric may be a great fit for you.
No Shorts Electric is seeking applicants in Fall of 2020. A helper spends the first 6 – 12 months learning the basics about electrical work. They help their
coworkers by pulling wire, getting tools, digging trenches, preparing materials and jobsite cleanup. The helper must work well individually and with a team. The career path to become a
journeyman electrician is usually 4-6 years.
A typical day starts at 7:00am, usually meeting at a co-worker’s house or the jobsite. The company works on a wide variety of jobs that might include installing new
light fixtures in a residential home; running electrical for a hot tub or pool; electrical changes for a kitchen remodel; fixing a broken light in a barn or wiring a new x-ray machine in a dental
office, just to name a few!
Due to the variety of job sites, a helper can expect to work in conditions that are hot and cold, clean and dirty, and include tight spaces like attics or crawl spaces. Lunch is usually spent eating in the work van and breaks are at the jobsite. The helper will learn directly from a journeyman electrician and work 1:1 most days. The average day ends between 4:00 – 4:30pm depending on customer needs. Each day is different, especially for a helper.
The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes:
To get started, an electrical helper will need fiberglass-toed boots, a set of basic tools and general work clothes. Employee will be provided with company shirts,
sweatshirts and hats.
Pay range is $15.00 - $20.00 depending on experience with opportunities for annual pay increases. This full-time position is eligible for a retirement plan and paid time off. No Shorts Electric does not provide health or dental insurance at this time.
To apply, please send your resume or a brief email with your experience to Brett at NoShortsElectric@gmail.com with the subject as "Electrical Helper" by December 1, 2020.