Just a few short months ago, we welcomed Knobelsdorff’s Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator, Padriac Casey (Pad). Of course, I wanted to give Pad a little bit of time to settle into his work before introducing him on the blog.
We have available jobs for journeyman electricians, and we’re looking for individuals who have the right qualities to join our growing company. You may have seen your fair share of electricians who work a little less than the rest of their crew. I can tell you, that’s not how it goes at Knobelsdorff Electric. Here are three things we look for when we’re hiring a journeyman electrician.
Now more than ever, having a job you look forward to going to can make a big impact. This can be anything from having a group of coworkers you get along with or working with a Project Manager who treats you like you’re your own person. In my experience, it’s safe to say that liking your job is quite the employee perk. And, it’s something we believe is very important.
At Knobelsdorff Electric, we have an expert team of Designers, Estimators, Project Managers, Foremen, and Electricians that are at the heart of our electrical services. Together, they can complete even the most demanding projects. Here’s a look at the electrical services we provide.
Here at Knobelsdorff Electric, we’re more than electricians. Sure, we are staffed with highly qualified Field Electricians who can take on the electrical needs for a wide range of clients, but that’s not all.
Now, I typically feature employees who’ve been with Knobelsdorff Electric for at least a few years, but that’s not the case for today. I’m introducing one of our newest hires, Corey. Corey is our newest controls engineer working out of our Eagan office.
We are proud to announce the completion of the Dundas Community Solar Garden. It was great to have Knobelsdorff Electric represented at the ribbon cutting.
Joe is a Project Manager on our solar projects. He joined the Knobelsdorff Electric team with 20 years of electrical experience, and now he’s been with us for just over two years. I took a few moments to ask Joe how he ended up working at Knobelsdorff and what keeps him here.
As we continue to grow, we’re always on the lookout for more leaders. We’re fortunate to have skilled workers filling our journeyman electrician jobs, and we're always on the lookout for electricians that have what it takes to become an electrical foreman. When we consider whether someone would make a good foreman, we look at how they complete the physical work, and we also look at how they function within their team. Here are three qualities that help a journeyman stand out and be considered for a foreman position.
Thaddeus earned his journeyman license in 2005, and he’s been with Knobelsdorff Electric for the past three years. I had the opportunity to ask Thaddeus about his experience with us and share a little bit about what it takes to be a Project Manager at Knobelsdorff Electric.