Full-Time Journeyman Electrician

Overview

Embrace the shift to renewable energy! Use your skills in the fastest growing segment of the world's largest industry. Solar is now more accessible and affordable than ever, with Elemental Energy at the forefront of this movement.

Our mission is to guarantee a brighter future by implementing groundbreaking technologies in solar, Tesla Powerwall, and EV charging. With more than eight years in business, and decades of electrical experience, we have grown from a small team of environmentalist engineers to a multi-state juggernaut tackling residential, commercial, and utility-scale projects. 

With flexible hours, comprehensive training, and excellent benefits, this varied work opportunity reflects your unique personality, embraces your knowledge, and applies it in a challenging and supportive work environment.

Take this chance to positively impact your local community and the planet as a whole. Join our ambitious, optimistic team as we help you learn the ins and outs of the future of the energy sector.

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Work with a wide variety of electrical systems, materials, and tools

  • Install electric vehicle chargers from leading corporate giants such as Tesla

  • Install solar grids for commercial and residential properties

  • Be friendly and presentable in the client’s domain, for both residential and commercial jobs

  • Ensure work performed by all electricians is of good workmanship and compliant with current NEC and local codes

  • Troubleshoot system problems and resolve electrical issues

  • Train, mentor, and develop electrical apprentices

  • Maintain high quality control on company tools, vehicles, and materials needed for job responsibilities

  • Maintain compliance to all PPE and safety regulations per OSHA and Elemental Energy solar standards

 

Required Skills

  • Valid and current Oregon Journeyman Electrician License within the state and willingness to get Washington license

  • Thorough knowledge of the NEC, especially article 690, along with the ability to navigate the guidelines

  • Understanding of wire and conduit sizing as well as how to make adjustments for environmental factors

  • Ability to read and interpret one-line drawings and electrical schematics

  • Capacity to perform the physical aspects of electrical work such as lifting 70 pounds, standing or crouching for long periods of time, holding arms above head

We make our home in one of the most beautiful regions on the planet, the Pacific Northwest, and we do our part to preserve and cherish it. If you want to create the change and be the positive impact that maintains what makes the Pacific Northwest one of the best places to live, then submit your application today.

Give our office a call at (503) 967-5786 for more information.