Hollen Controls Limited (HCL) is a specialty company that provides the municipal water and wastewater sectors, the renewable energy sector and airport environmental agencies with quality SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) System Solutions, Systems Integration, Instrument Calibrations, Electrical Contracting and Custom Control Panel Assembly.
This position reports to the President of Hollen Controls Limited and is responsible for coordinating the site work for construction projects and supervision of Licensed Electricians and Apprentice Electricians. Coordination and communications is required with Hollen Project Managers and the Hollen Master Electrician, General Contractor(s) and other Sub-Contractors.
- The incumbent is a self-starter who is accomplished in all the critical electrical services as well as providing support with material and equipment procurement.
- Assists other divisions within the organization to ensure that overall company goals and specific project related goals are completed safely, on time and within budget.
Aside from the specific areas identified herein, there are other duties which characterize this position. They include:
- Act as primary point of contact for customer, subcontractors and other contractors.
- Conduct site inspections and ensure that work is done correctly and completed on time.
- Review detailed electrical drawings and schematics issued for compliance with the electrical design notes, project documents and applicable electrical code requirements.
- Knowledge of instrumentation & control, PLC’s, SCADA, networked control systems, and ability to build custom control panels.
- Assist with the procurement of materials and equipment.
- Assist with project tenders, bids and proposals.
- Coordinate with project team members as necessary.
- Provides input to the President and Master Electrician regarding both Licensed Electricians and Apprentice Electricians performance and assists in providing feedback related to performance evaluations.
- The ability to install, maintain and test electrical installations, systems, and equipment under stringent safety standards, health and safety regulations and legal issues.
- The ability to inspect, test and carry out fault finding on electrical installations, systems, equipment and components to identify hazards and defects. Undertake adjustment or repair, ensuring compliance with safety procedures, codes and good work practices advising Master Electrician and or the President on whether continued operation of equipment could be hazardous.
Physical: Occasional overnight travel; incumbent must be available to travel as needed. Some evening/and or weekend work required beyond the standard work week due to deadlines and project timelines. The incumbent is required to carry supplies, reaching, bending, stretching, heavy lifting and climbing. The incumbent may be required to work in confined spaces; work while standing on a ladder or platform elevated above ground and may work with low voltage.
Mental: A challenging and fast paced work environment including multiple tasks, prioritizing and independent work.
Environment: May have to travel across rough, uneven or rocky surfaces to access equipment. Exposure to anything that is associated with a typical construction site including varying temperatures, dust and noise.
Sensory: Following required codes. Attention to detail when working with electricity. Operating specialized equipment. Reading code books and blueprints.
- Master Electrician certification required.
- 5-7 years of experience.
- Completion of a recognized certification in the process control and/or instrumentation field.
- Skill in use and care of tools and equipment, including calibration test equipment, common hand tools, volt meter and ammeters.
- Contract procurement skills.
- Must be mathematically inclined in order to analyze and convert test data to usable form.
- Experience in process control or instrumentation installation, maintenance, or repair.
- Communicate orally with co-workers in face-to-face one-to-one settings in order to troubleshoot equipment problems.
- Knowledge of principles, theories, and practices of electricity and electronics.
- Knowledge of installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical systems and equipment.
- Knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations and/or policies and procedures.
- Must have a valid Class “G” Driver’s License and be capable of traveling.
- Must have own hand tools and personal protective equipment.
- Ability to work in a team environment.
- Must sign Company’s standard confidentiality and non-solicitation agreements.
- Must be health and safety conscious.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.