The Electrical Project Manager will work on site, assisting and
reporting to a senior project manager. He/She will interpret
technical statements of work and design documentation as it relates
to project planning, budgeting, procurements, implementation,
testing, training, and project completion. The Electrical Project
Manager will work with a variety of documentation on any given
project including: submittals, testing, training, implementation,
change orders, purchase orders, and subcontracts to ensure high
quality of work at a job site. He/She will plan, schedule, adjust,
and maintain timelines in a fast paced construction/installation
environment while maximizing resources and optimizing budgets.
Position requires 3-5 years of experience working as a Licensed
Possesses a journeymans license or master electrician license
Pass a background check, including drug test.
Proficiency using various software applications (CADD,
Scheduling, MS Office Suite, and Estimation Software).
Strong business skills.
Knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principles involved
in the production of electrical plans, blueprints, and
Familiarity with electrical equipment, materials, and
Experience reading and interpreting blueprints.
Experience with contract documents (contract drawings,
subcontracts, contract addendum, specifications, and change
Successful at thinking quickly, independently, using critical
thinking and able to rely on personal judgment and experience to
make decisions and accomplish tasks. Responsibilities
Generate high quality work in alliance with the vision and
mission of Advanced Power Technologies.
Conduct site visits to understand the constructability of
Understand plans and specifications to identify types and grades
of materials and equipment needed to ensure compliance with project
Develop project schedules: assigning cost and manpower to the
schedule and provide cash and manpower forecasting.
Develop budgets and cost codes for projects; assisting in the
preparation of technical proposals, including assisting in the
design and writing the scope of work, management plans, work
sequence, safety, quality control and commissioning.
Develop and present clear and detailed project scopes to the
client and meets with potential customers to present proposals.
Develop specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize and
accomplish work in a timely and professional manner.
NCCER Electrical, NCCER Electrical and Instrumentation
Technician, and/or State Electrical License
At least 6 years of experience working as an industrial
electrician or a combination of experience and training
Strong working knowledge of the electrical craft and National
Electrical Code (NEC).
As applicable, necessary licenses or certifications for
jurisdiction in which work is performed
Complete pre-employment onboarding requirements: criminal/civil
background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search (in
compliance with applicable laws and regulations)