RELCO – Reilly Electrical Contractors, Inc. is seeking experienced electrical apprentices and electricians! Reilly Electrical Contractors, Inc. is a family owned and managed full service electrical and telecommunications contractor. Since our founding in 1993 our goal has been to set new standards of excellence for the electrical, telecommunication, security and technologies construction industry. RELCO has grown to over $40 million in annual sales throughout New England. Our success is the result of commitment to core values that support our company’s foundation including integrity, innovation, quality, growth, and safety.
RELCO is always interested in qualified, driven individuals who desire to work in a team environment. We are family focused and offer competitive wages, excellent benefits and excellent growth opportunities. Safety is our number one priority. RELCO sponsors apprentices completing an apprenticeship program enrolled in schooling and provides training opportunities.
Electrical apprentice and Journeyman electrician positions require the ability to work at least eight hours per day Monday through Friday, with the potential to work additional hours and weekends as the job requires.
Team player with the willingness and ability to learn
Timeliness: It is mandatory to be on time and at work everyday
Neat and polite in presentation
Good communication skills
Desire to lead
Adequate knowledge of the electrical code and the ability to research and retrieve information from the code book
OSHA 10 certificate, or willingness to complete
Ability, or willingness to learn, to read, understand, analyze blueprints and schematic drawings
Ability to follow directions and decipher technical information
Ability to communicate technical information
Basic knowledge and ability in pipe bending, circuit wiring, feeders, services, fire alarm, wire pulling, underground, wiring electrical equipment
Ability to plan and project weekly material and labor requirements
Age 18 and older
Valid driver's license
GED or high school diploma
Physically capable of performing the work of the trade
RI and NH apprentices must be enrolled in the state's apprenticeship program