Industrial Electrician - USG Construction (Engineering)
For more than 115 years, Chicago-based USG has been a leader in producing innovative, award-winning products and systems to build everything from major commercial developments and residential housing to home improvements. USG's 7,000 employees are committed to the highest levels of customer satisfaction and quality in everything we do. Our steadfast commitment to the company's core business values – innovation, quality, integrity, service, diversity, efficiency and safety – have helped us become the company we are today. Our employees believe strongly in what we do – in fact, 92% of our manufacturing employees surveyed anonymously said that they would recommend USG products to a friend. And we take care of our employees. We offer benefits on Day 1, including medical and dental, paid sick days, and paid vacation and holidays. Plus, providing competitive pay and separate investment and retirement plans help secure our employees' futures. Each year, we have hundreds of employees who celebrate their 25th, 35th, and even 45th service anniversaries with us, providing a family atmosphere for those who make a career with us. Find out how you can join the team and build your career: http://www.usg.com/content/usgcom/en/about-usg/careers.html. Position Description: The USG Construction team has an opening for 6 Electricians. We are currently hiring for various projects in the US area. We are looking for Construction Electricians that are interested in traveling to USG facilities as needed to complete capital projects. New hires are eligible for a daily per diem to cover living expenses while assigned to a project. We need team oriented, experienced Electricians interested in working for an industry leader.Safety Functions
Must know, understand, and abide by all safety rules, standards, and practices.
Able to perform the essential physical requirements necessary for this skill or job area.
Responsible for maintaining a clean and orderly work area and complying with all housekeeping directives.
Able to operate in a safe manner during normal and upset operational situations.
Recognize and report areas of equipment malfunctions.
Communicate any malfunctions to proper supervisory personnel or higher skilled craftsmen.
Must possess 24 – 36 months of verifiable experience in the trade through field experience, apprenticeship programs, trade school certifications, or on-the-job training in some combination.
Able to satisfactorily plan and install conduit and wiring for all required runs.
Capable of reading and understanding advanced electrical construction drawings and schematics.
Demonstrate the ability to accomplish basic wiring duties including material planning, layout, terminations, and post run analysis.
Possess the minimum tools required as defined in the Construction Services Required Tool List.
Demonstrate the ability to cooperate with coworkers in all areas.
Understands the importance of completing assigned tasks in a safe and efficient manner and their relationship to the success of the overall project.
Maintain regular and predictable attendance.
Able and willing to work assigned overtime as necessary.