electrical foreman resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Professional Summary

Dependable Electrical Foreman bringing 14 years of superior industry performance. Ambitious and hardworking with a proven history of mentoring apprentice electricians in repair and installation.

Attentive Electrical Foreman with experience in Industrial electrical systems installation and expertise in controls and industrial systems. Proven leader dedicated to high-quality work outcomes and safe operating practices.

  • Commercial Project Expertise
  • Worker Supervision
  • Equipment Safety Verification
  • Technical Guidance
  • Multi-Project Coordination
  • Electrical Schematics
  • Electrical Diagnostics
  • Electrical System Knowledge
  • Empowering Leadership
  • Blueprints and Schematics
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Electrical Installations
Work History
Electrical Foreman, 10/2016 to Current
Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.Stockton, CA,
  • Supervised crew of 6-10 electricians and maintained safe, efficient and structured work environment.
  • Performed electrical installations and repair for residential and commercial projects.
  • Prioritized and distributed work assignments, selecting employees by strength in skills required for each task.
  • Monitored employee performance and adherence to job specifications to maintain quality standards and high client satisfaction.
  • Provided technical guidance to employees on safe operation of equipment and tools.
  • Oversaw installation, maintenance and repair of power lines, electrical systems, fixtures and appliances.
  • Planned, assigned, scheduled and supervised work of power linesmen, electricians and other assisting personnel.
  • Evaluated job site and project specifications to determine supply needs, coordinating availability of equipment and materials.
  • Facilitated work site safety by applying knowledge of safety protocol and awareness of potential hazards.
  • Worked on various high-rise commercial and residential projects to rough, rehabilitate and maintain electrical systems.
  • Evaluated job scope and determined necessary supplies, timelines and projected expenses.
  • Maintained detailed records of work activities and notable events.
  • Communicated with clients to assess needs, provide status reports ad inform of any potential delays.
  • Oversaw control room modification work conducted by electricians, ensuring compliance with safety guidelines, scope of work and reporting requirements.
  • Developed training methods for new electricians to align with company policies.
  • Established objectives to keep employees motivated and project on schedule.
  • Generated progress reports for clients and coordinated to make determinations on adjusted time and cost requirements.
Licensed Electrical Journeyman, 07/2014 to Current
Bullfrog PowerHouston, TX,
  • Worked from ladders, scaffolds and lifts to install, maintain or repair electrical wiring equipment and lighting fixtures in ceilings, on roofs and on towers.
  • Worked with various types of cableways, conduits and other electrical raceways.
  • Used testing instruments such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, ammeters and multimeters.
  • Installed and wired electrical transformers, service panels, and circuit breakers.
  • Read and interpreted electrical, mechanical and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications for wiring layouts.
  • Stored and maintained power tools and equipment for each job.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures based on specifications and applicable code.
  • Installed, maintained, repaired and tested equipment for electricity generation and utilization.
  • Demonstrated expertise in use of cable reels, stripping tools, voltage detectors and wire and cable cutters to complete fast-paced work.
  • Coordinated with other trades and general contractors to facilitate layout of recessed fixtures and architectural lighting.
  • Launched troubleshooting and tests on equipment post-installation to confirm compatibility and safety of electrical systems.
  • Analyzed blueprints to diagnose potential electrical hazards and carry out risk assessments prior to starting new jobs.
  • Identified areas of potential state safety code violations and implemented revisions.
  • Enhanced quality control by inspecting condition of equipment and tools.
Electrical Apprentice, 07/2009 to 07/2014
Cavco IndustriesWaco, TX,
  • Handled installation of electrical components by splicing, joining and connecting wire.
  • Repaired light fixtures, controls, switches, relays and circuit breaker panels based on detailed evaluations.
  • Pulled EMT and PVC conduit wire according to plans and code requirements.
  • Terminated wiring and connected circuits with correct techniques.
  • Adhered to electrical and building codes when installing and repairing electrical systems or components.
  • Used various measuring and testing instruments such as ammeters, ohmmeters, voltmeters and testing lamps to complete installations and repairs.
  • Installed new electrical components and fixtures safely and tested systems to enhance power flow.
General Construction Worker, 09/2005 to 07/2009
West Coast BeverageCity, STATE,
  • Utilized hammers, saws, squares, levels and fastening devices to complete projects.
  • Brought materials and tools from trucks and storage facilities to work site locations and organized for expected needs.
  • Worked independently in fast-paced environment while meeting productivity and quality expectations.
  • Gathered waste and trash from job sites for placement in refuse containers to keep job sites clean and organized.
  • Interpreted job site supervisor's orders and technical documentation to complete accurate work.
  • Used radios and hand signals to coordinate communication between equipment operators and ground workers.
  • Worked with more knowledgeable professionals to grow understanding of principles and construction standards.
  • Demonstrated safe and proper operation of equipment and tools to prevent harm to team members.
Electrical Training Certificate: Electrical Equipment Installation And Repair, Expected in 07/2014
Orange County Electrical Training Institute - Santa Ana,
  • OSHA 30 Certified
  • NFPA 70E
  • Supervisor Safety
  • Lock Out Tag Out
  • Site Security Awareness
  • Cal-CTP Title 24
  • Confined Space Training
  • Aerial work platform
  • Scissor lift and boom lift
  • Fork lift

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School Attended

  • Orange County Electrical Training Institute

Job Titles Held:

  • Electrical Foreman
  • Licensed Electrical Journeyman
  • Electrical Apprentice
  • General Construction Worker


  • Electrical Training Certificate

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