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Old 09-06-2017, 9:55 PM
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Default Are you an electrician looking for some work?

I could TOTALLY be talking out of my butt here BUT...

I think that we might be looking for some folks to help out with various things.

Are you an electrician or do you have some electrical skills AND do you know how to conduct yourself on a construction site? (being safe, safety minded and following direction?)

This is possibly an offer but I need to know a little more about who you are first. Ideal candidate will NOT be 4 years or less away from retirement. This is for a company that will be mainly working outside, but we are safe and there are all sorts of conditions. But one thing I have found out is that we take safety VERY seriously. I am NOT a hiring manager, but it was explained to me that the folks I look for should be electricians, or at least know the basics. There is no school for what I am looking for. You either have those skills or can learn or not. This is no kush job either, but I see that it can blossom into a great opportunity.

Obviously you need to be clean (no drugs or what not) and a somewhat intelligent individual that can communicate. (unlike me at 3 AM posting here).

PM me for more details. Finally, I am not sure where we are needing folks, but you could be out at antelope valley or ventura or fontana/san bernardino, Covina or out in Perris. I do not know.

I am taking a shot at even posting this. I like to meet folks FIRST before I send them to the big guy.
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Old 09-06-2017, 10:22 PM
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Is this for a contractor or employee or handyman or facilities in house? Commercial residential??
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Old 09-06-2017, 11:22 PM
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It is for a construction company that might be looking for a few good folks to help keep up the maintenance at many installations from Lancaster to Ocean Side and from La to Redlands or Perris.

The candidate would become and employee of Kiewit and Mass Electric Construction if they were successful. I might even be overstepping my boundaries by even saying THIS much, but I fancy myself as someone that can solve problems and I feel that there is a problem and when I talked to the Project Manager, he said that if I had any decent folks in mind to send them his way. But I aint gonna fill his time with just ANYONE. I kinda know some of the requirements (unofficially) and I KNOW that you will be dealing with electricity. The good news is that (here is a hint at this job) most Class 1 rail operations are low voltage it seems, but there is a lot of history and I know you need to be very disciplined to perform well at this job.

So if you are willing to relocate to Southern California, and work with a team that has been in place since 1992 on this contract and you know your **** you have a GREAT shot if you can meet some other requirements. I know that to get to a much better place, you will need to take a few years and learn the layout of many miles that we cover, well, not ALL of it, but mostly just within your territory. I talk with all of the supervisors and they all seem like decent folks. I can not make any promises except that this is NOT your usual job. I should not even be here, I am doing this all on my own. BUT if I can bring some qualified personnel to the company then I can feel better about who I have to call out when I have to call them and if they are calgunners- then even better.
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Old 09-07-2017, 4:14 PM
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Sounds like a sub on a Metrolink job. If so, they are very safety oriented.
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Old 09-07-2017, 9:45 PM
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I feel like posting here is like showing up to your UBER wearing a Batman outfit driving a Lambo. And it sucks that I tried to hook up a few friends, but one does not seem to have the confidence in himself and the other is colorblind.

WTF? Why is it so hard to find someone who is young and starting out?

The level that you get lifted to after learning all of these cool things is just crazy. Some folks love it, others seem to see it only as a job. Maybe I am a closet fomite...


YOU sir are too funny. But my offer remains. If someone is cool and level headed, knows their way around electricity and has a good work ethic. This COULD be a very nice thing for them.
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Old 09-07-2017, 9:50 PM
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I realize that it is a small world, but your color blind friend, are his initials TP?

Agreed though, it is tough to find good help.
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Nevermind, probably a question better left in private.
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Old 09-19-2017, 6:17 PM
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You have to be a licensed electrician in calif.
I spent years working as a non union industrial construction electrician.
I also was a electrician in the US navy
But i was not allowed to take the state license test because i was unable to prove i had 8000 hours of on the job training.

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I worked for kiewit twice and when i ask for a statement of hours from them they refused to send one and they were a losing company to work for any way.
I also worked for 4 years for TIC they were a good company till kiewit bought them
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:25 PM
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I tried to PM but your box seems to be full.
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