ARS-Rescue Rooter Electrical Service Technician - Mountlake Terrace, WA in Seattle, Washington
OverviewBlue Flame is the largest heating and air conditioning company with 70+ locations nation-wide. We provide our residential customers with exceptional service, guaranteed. We are currently looking for an Electrical Service Technician to join our team.ResponsibilitiesWe offer *Competitive pay, depending on experience *Comprehensive Benefits package - m edical, dental, prescription and vision Insurance *401(k) with company match *Company Vehicle and Gas Card *Company provided uniforms *Company-paid life insurance policy *Short term disability and additional life insurance available *Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay Responsibilities *Locates and diagnoses electrical system problems using test equipment. *Installs, inspects, repairs, wires and maintains a variety of electrical systems and equipment to include main electric panel boxes, receptacles, lighting fixtures, switches, conduit or metal flex, etc. *Ensures that materials used and workmanship meets the requirements of applicable technical and safety standards and will pass inspection. *Interprets blueprints and specifications to determine electrical requirements for construction and calculates materials needed. *Provides cost estimates for residential and some commercial electrical services. *May provide support for HVAC department in electrical installations. *Ensures that all electrical installations are accurate, serviceable, and meet code parameters. QualificationsQualifications *Residential wiring experience - panel box experience *Knowledge of High Voltage *Valid Driver's license *Must pass drug screening, background checks and MVR If you are interested in joining our winning team, please apply today!Blue Flame, a subsidiary of ARS-Rescue Rooter is an Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EOE/M/F/V/D. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ARS-Rescue Rooter may provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.