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Old 01-03-2017, 03:48 PM   #1
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Experienced/Licensed Electrical Installers Needed in Denver, CO

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JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist Electricians to install, repair, replace electrical systems, and equipment in a distribution center.
Assisting electricians with pulling wires, installing fixtures, hydraulic bending, switches and receptacles.
Providing electricians with materials, tools, supplies, and cleaning working areas.
DESIRED JOB QUALITIES:

Must possess a high degree of safety awareness.
Self-motivated; results oriented; task oriented.
Good communicator and willing to take direction.
Ability to work at heights of up to 30 feet.
Able to work up to 60 hours per week
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Verification of high school diploma or GED & certifications.
1 year experience operating Forklift or Scissor Lists
Minimum 1 year electrical experience including hydraulic pipe bending
REQUIRED FOR THE JOB:

Have own PPE (steel toe boots, hard hat, and safety glasses, and high visibility vest or shirt).
Must have reliable transportation.
Some of the following electricians’ tools:

Linesman Pliers, Diagonal Pliers, Needle nose Pliers
Channel Lock, Vice grips (medium), Knife
Small Control driver, Crimping Tool, Wire Strippers
Tape Measure
Allen keys
1 Set of box end open end wrenches
˝ deep sockets 3/8-3/4, Shallow sockets, 3/8 extensions
Hack Saw, Hammer, Voltage Tester
Tool Pouch/Bag

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Old 01-04-2017, 08:08 AM   #2
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How about a ballpark on pay? Hourly or salary? Benefits? Duration?
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Have own PPE (steel toe boots, hard hat, and safety glasses, and high visibility vest or shirt).
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That is a huge red flag, since OSHA requires the employer to provide at least tow of those items.
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That is a huge red flag, since OSHA requires the employer to provide at least tow of those items.
The boots and maybe a jacket are the only two I've heard of a guy providing on his own dime.
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This poster location NV, posting 3 ads in WA and CO.

Not 1 word of JW license, or apprentice. Yet wants a person to hydraulic bend.

Have own PPE (steel toe boots, hard hat, and safety glasses, and high visibility vest or shirt).

Besides the boots that's outrageous.
I look at job postings from time to time around different markets to get a feel for the economic situation. Can't tell you how many job postings write "MUST HAVE OWN PPE".

It's either the employer is not familiar with OSHA laws and employee safety.
Or they could careless about worker rights and safety laws.
While these employers are probably right, there is little enforcement of this.
If a major accident or complaint happens I can only hope those tens of dollars they saved on each employee will turn into thousands of dollars in fines.

In the mean time I recommend every electrician steers clear of companies that post that.

This one is either a ID steeling scam, POS recruter, or multi state crap contractor.
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This poster location NV, posting 3 ads in WA and CO.

Not 1 word of JW license, or apprentice. Yet wants a person to hydraulic bend.

Have own PPE (steel toe boots, hard hat, and safety glasses, and high visibility vest or shirt).

Besides the boots that's outrageous.
I look at job postings from time to time around different markets to get a feel for the economic situation. Can't tell you how many job postings write "MUST HAVE OWN PPE".

It's either the employer is not familiar with OSHA laws and employee safety.
Or they could careless about worker rights and safety laws.
While these employers are probably right, there is little enforcement of this.
If a major accident or complaint happens I can only hope those tens of dollars they saved on each employee will turn into thousands of dollars in fines.

In the mean time I recommend every electrician steers clear of companies that post that.

This one is either a ID steeling scam, POS recruter, or multi state crap contractor.
He should update it....

Must be willing to use your vehicle to transport materials.

Must be willing to purchase materials for the work, don't worry... We might reimburse you.
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Employee hiring group. He know nothing about what he wants or can give.

http://www.imilogistics.com/
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This poster location NV, posting 3 ads in WA and CO.

Not 1 word of JW license, or apprentice. Yet wants a person to hydraulic bend.

Have own PPE (steel toe boots, hard hat, and safety glasses, and high visibility vest or shirt).

Besides the boots that's outrageous.
I look at job postings from time to time around different markets to get a feel for the economic situation. Can't tell you how many job postings write "MUST HAVE OWN PPE".

It's either the employer is not familiar with OSHA laws and employee safety.
Or they could careless about worker rights and safety laws.
While these employers are probably right, there is little enforcement of this.
If a major accident or complaint happens I can only hope those tens of dollars they saved on each employee will turn into thousands of dollars in fines.

In the mean time I recommend every electrician steers clear of companies that post that.

This one is either a ID steeling scam, POS recruter, or multi state crap contractor.
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I do believe you're dead nuts , right on the money with this one.
I see these "Colorado" ads here all the time...aren't there any
tradesman in Colorado? Not just electricians either. I see these ads
for plumbers , HVAC also.
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He should update it....

Must be willing to use your vehicle to transport materials.

Must be willing to purchase materials for the work, don't worry... We might reimburse you.
...and if I may add .." must show receipts".."no pay until job is 100%
complete"...except they will not tell you that they have a different
definition of the word "complete" and it has nothing to do with the
approved inspections by the AHJ.
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Provide own ppe? Tell the **** company you are hiring for to pound sand.
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When a guy who has been in this trade for a decade or two came to a job I was running without a hardhat, and I had to go find one for him, he quickly found his way to the top of the layoff list (as well as the roof on the hottest and coldest days).

Fu*k a bunch of OSHA rules.
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When a guy who has been in this trade for a decade or two came to a job I was running without a hardhat, and I had to go find one for him, he quickly found his way to the top of the layoff list (as well as the roof on the hottest and coldest days).

Fu*k a bunch of OSHA rules.
A hardhat is something anyone in the trade for a while has a few of.

Many like myself like a specific type and would rather their own than a generic.
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I would do it. Hopefully they 1099 me. That would be the tits.
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