License Oregon Journeyman Electrician
Date Posted: June 25th, 2019
We are looking to add a Journeyman Electrician to our team. We are a locally owned business specializing in solar photovoltaic design and installation. Last year our crew installed over 120 systems, 1200 kW. Our work is approximately 70% residential and 30% commercial.
The successful candidate will be responsible for wiring inverters, running conduit, interconnecting solar electric systems to the grid. We also have general electric work that includes EV charger installation, home battery systems, electrical panel upgrades, and generator installs.
Skills and Education
You must be a licensed journeyman electrician in Oregon. A license in Washington or working towards one is desired as well.
Applicant must be comfortable working on roofs and in attics.
Concern for safety and quality of work is a must.
Applicant should have leadership qualities for training apprentices but equally important is the ability to listen and be part of a team
Most importantly, we are looking for a new team member who is passionate and excited to learn and be part of the solar industry.
Strong work ethic and attention to detail
Excellent customer interaction and professional appearance.
Ability to lift and move materials weighing up to 60 lbs.
Ability to work on roofs often in difficult weather
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $35 and up (depending on experience)
Benefits: 401k, health and dental, paid holidays and paid time off
About Sunbridge Solar
Located in Washougal, Washington, Sunbridge Solar was founded in 2010 and has grown consistently over the years. We are not only dedicated to superb customer satisfaction but also work towards a rich employee culture and a leader in installation quality. We also have sister companies located in Colombia and Nepal.
Our main emphasis is on designing and installing superior quality solar electric systems for both residential and commercial settings in the Pacific Northwest. While we pride ourselves highly on our second-to-none installations here in Oregon and Washington, our goal for meaningful local and global impact is much broader than our bottom line.