Be knowledgeable with the current NEC code, NFPA 70E, Myers Electric Safety Manual, and Myers Electric Team Handbook.
Maintain a Positive Attitude.
Any concern or feedback about the work environment or other team members should be brought to the attention of your direct supervisor who can help.
No foul or offensive language is allowed.
Work shall be performed in compliance with the most current Code and Authority Having Jurisdiction.
Work shall be performed safely in a neat workmanlike manner and in accordance with Myers Electric SWP (Safe Work Practices), and/or Customer SWP whichever is most stringent.
Work in an efficient manner and eliminate down time. (There is always something that can be done: clean up, organize, plan ahead etc.)
Do not perform any work without a clear understanding of what is expected from the customer and/or your supervisor. Any deviation from original scope of work by the customer must be approved by your supervisor.
Job sites, shop, and vehicles
Keep all areas neat and clean as you go.
Keep tools and material organized for ease of use and access.
Use the “full hands in full hands out” approach to increase efficiency to reduce unnecessary trips.
Eliminate all tripping hazards.
Use job bins for material gathering and do not remove any material already held for a job without a replacement arranged and notifying the person who pulled the material.
Communications on job sites
Do not take phone calls, emails, or text while talking in person with a customer.
All communications shall be job related only, no personal communication except for emergencies.
Ask clarifying questions prior to performing the work.
Do not use trade jargon with customers.
Forms / Receipts
Make sure all material lists are filled out before leaving job site.
Fill out any customer feedback forms (positive and negative) and vendor forms (recognize good service) as needed in a timely manner.
All daily expense receipts and job material list shall be submitted by the end of the work day.
Specific Job-Related Tasks
Follow the direction of Journeyman for installation of electrical equipment, devices, components, etc. as per NEC and local code requirements. Ask questions as situations arise.
Troubleshooting, testing, and problem solving.
Read drawings/blueprints, and other construction documents. Markup drawings for as-builts.
Order parts or coordinate the ordering of parts as needed.
Proactively seek to develop skills and knowledge.
Other various tasks depending on the scope of work.