Electrician - Telecom

JOB TITLE : Electrician
The position will be located in our Seattle, WA Market.  Frequent travel, as well as driving company, owned vehicles may be required. As a part of our team, you must be dependable as well as motivated with strong installation, repair and maintenance skills related to this specific industry. The Electrician is responsible for building sites in accordance with the scope of work outlined in construction documents, including but not limited to civil work required as well as electrical system installation. He is required to read and interpret construction drawings and electrical schematics as necessary to effectively complete the scope of work. He may supervise the work of others, or may perform the work himself, as part of a team or independently.

  • Performs various construction activities, including, but not limited to: site preparation, installation and grounding of equipment, demolition work, landscaping, fencing, facilities maintenance and repair.
  • Observes all Company safety policies and procedures as related to job safety, equipment safety and personnel protective equipment (PPE).
  • Performs preoperational safety checks on equipment and vehicles prior to use, maintain all tools, equipment and vehicles in proper working condition.
  • Completes time sheets and mileage reports, review time sheets for accuracy and completeness, submit daily construction reports to department.
  • Secondary power electrical system troubleshooting, repair, and basic installation.
  • Installs, connects and tests underground and above ground grounding systems.
  • Concrete forming, pouring, and finishing.
  • Light carpentry work.
  • Landscaping, grading, and fence building (with or without powered equipment).
  • Performs trenching, excavating, filling ditches.
  • Runs underground or above ground conduit.
  • Performs material calculations.
  • Inventories, loads, unloads, identifies and distributes materials to appropriate location according to the Crew Leaderís direction.
  • Runs conduit, innerducts, DC drops, EMT pipes, Hoffman boxes and racks. Installation of Unistrut, NEMA enclosures and grounding, CAD welds, wiring T1s, smoke detector installation, bus bar installation.
  • Performs various construction activities, including, but not limited to: excavation, underground utility installation, rebar fabrication and tying, concrete forming, placement and finishing, ice bridge installation, installation and grounding of equipment, site prep work including small scale grading and placement of ground cover, landscaping, and facilities maintenance and repair such as doors, coax ports, cable trays etc. in shelter sites.
  • Proprietary information of Company Incorporated. The reproduction partial or total is prohibited without written authorization.
  • Demolition work to include cabinet and conduit/wiring removal, concrete demolition and removal, ice bridge demolition and removal, adding fill dirt and stone or other materials to bring landscape back to grade after demolition.
  • Light industrial steel installations, (Ice Bridge, H-Frames, Equipment Racks, etc.)
  • Installs, tests and repairs fiber cable in a variety of environments.
  • Supervises crews to ensure top quality workmanship.
  • Performs preconstruction site walks to determine scope of work (SOW).
  • Performs post construction quality control walks to ensure SOW was completed with no errors.
  • Tracks daily progress through written reports and verbal communication.
  • Validates completed work to ensure it meets job design/build requirements.
  • Maintains clean worksite, professional attitude and demeanor as a representative of Company, Inc.
  • Perform installation of electrical components, including meters, subpanels, DC power plants, generators, ATS, battery backup units, etc.
  • Enforcement of policies and procedures of Company, Carrier(Customer), Tower Owner, and OSHA.
  • Evaluate performance and recommend career development initiatives for junior personnel.
  • Supervises crew assignment and hours based on workload and job expectations, supervising apprentices, performing ordering and inventory of basic supplies, and managing other electricians.
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory operating procedures, including OSHA, EPA, and state and local regulatory agencies.
  • Reads blue prints, runs conduit, wires devices, troubleshoots, and performs quality control testing.
  • Reads and interprets mechanical, architectural and electrical drawings and code specifications for determining wiring layouts.
  • Troubleshoots, tests and repairs emergency generators and various electrical systems and power distribution systems to ensure that they are working properly.
  • Performs upgrades or preventive maintenance to electrical control systems.
  • Runs tests, isolates problems, replaces damaged section of wiring, lays conduit, and performs other tasks as required.
  • Trains general electricians and works on various projects without supervision.
  • Keeps abreast of new technology, electrical services, and manufacturing processes.
  • Performs physically demanding tasks like moving or lifting heavy objects, digging trenches for laying conduit.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Working knowledge of basic hand tools, mechanical equipment, and electro-mechanical equipment. Knowledge of electrical tools and machines used in settings.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Good computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
  • Proficient in electrical installation, maintenance and repair in all settings.
  • Should possess strong manual dexterity.
  • Great eye-hand coordination for working with small wires.
  • Ability to recognize wires by colors.
  • Expert communicator and should possess problem solving ability.
  • Proprietary information of Company Incorporated. The reproduction partial or total is prohibited without written authorization.
  • One year certificate from college or technical school; or 1 to 3 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • OSHA safety courses.
  • Effective communication skills, reading and writing skills (English).
  • Licensed Electrician (preferred).
  • Electrician Apprenticeship/Journeyman Certificate.
  • Clean Driving Record & Valid Driver's License and reliable transportation to and from work.
  • Must be able to accommodate out of town travel, if required.
  • https://hinge.catsone.com/careers/24185-General/jobs/13875230-Electrician/


HINGE, LLC at Electricity Forum


6947 COAL CREEK PKWY SE, #2500
NEWCASTLE, Washington, United States, 98059

Hinge, LLC is a Staffing Firm specifically to the Telecom Industry, we place permanent placments, temporary to permanent and temporary roles across the country. We have over 40 + clients within the telecommunication industry.

Job Information

Date Posted


Job Type

Full Time

Career Level



Journeyman Electrician




Seattle, Washington,
United States