Industrial Electrician

Job Description


  • Perform electrical installation for manufacturing facilities.

  • Assist in the installation of in-house designed systems on production machinery.


  • Minimum of 5 years working in industrial arena of electrical installations according to the NEC (National Electrical Codes).

  • 1/2" thru 3" proficient at conduit installation. EMT, IMC, HW and OCAL.

  • Strong knowledge of power distribution, switch-gear, industrial controls, motor control wiring and transformers. Single Phase, Three Phase, Lighting circuits and devices

  • Read / interpret blueprints, technical drawings and schematics.

  • Safe worker applying OSHA standards to everyday installations.

  • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills.

  • Ability to lead or direct others in a professional manner while working alongside them.

  • Determined, open-minded, team player with sound commercial judgment

  • Reliable vehicle and tools.

  • Treat others with respect.

  • Sense of humor a must for this family business.

Company Description
Cal's Electric ... Providing Peace of Mind to the Customers we Service.
Cal's Electrical Service was founded by Sal Caldrone in 1985. With small beginnings,three employees and renting an area within an electrical supply company Cal's Electric hit the floor running and hasn't stopped.
In 1987 Started Cal-Tronics Systems Inc. A system integrator and UL panel shop. This was cutting edge in 1987 to have an industrial contractor and systems integrator work as one. Others have copied this structure, however we were the FIRST.
Sal handed the reins over to his two daughters in 2002, Mary and CJ. They continue to run both companies today. Along with their knowledgeable staff, Mary and CJ uphold the companies mission statement of "Providing peace of mind to the customers we service". The culture of both Cal's Electric and Cal-tronics Systems is and always will be a family atmosphere for employees, customers and vendors....whether your family of not.

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