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Licensed Electrician

  • Are you a Licensed Electrician, ideally in both North Carolina and South Carolina?
  • Do you have experience in the HVAC industry?
  • Do you believe honesty is the best policy (not to mention integrity, fairness, and respect)?
  • But most importantly, do you want to have fun at work?

Morris-Jenkins is more than a Heating, Air, and Plumbing company; we’re a big family, and we’re hoping you’ll want to join us! Work is something we all have to do, but Morris-Jenkins firmly believes you should enjoy where you work and who you work with, and that’s something we take very seriously. Our meetings are a little different, we like to play games and wear costumes... a lot! We have legendary whole company breakfasts in our off-season, seriously legendary, you’ve never seen this much food for 300+ people.

We’re more than just fun too. We are committed to our employees, to their development, and to their work-life balance. As important as your work family is, we believe your real family is even more so. We challenge our employees to design their own path to advancement in the company, and we help them achieve those goals any way we can. We also believe in compensating our employees well for their time, and that’s why you won’t find an employee at any level at Morris-Jenkins that doesn’t make at least double the state’s minimum wage. Not many companies can say that, especially in our highly competitive industry.

Speaking of our industry, let’s talk about Morris-Jenkins’ role in it. We’re the largest heating, air, and plumbing contractor in the Charlotte region. Not only that, we are one of the largest in the country, with our Service, Sales, Installation, Customer Service, and Plumbing departments consistently shattering performance records. What’s this mean to you? Put simply, job security. Morris-Jenkins is here to stay, and we’re growing fast. We will always be a family owned and operated, local company in the Charlotte area (even if our commercials look like they came straight from Hollywood; we actually produce them ourselves!).

And to brag for just a minute, in 2016 Morris-Jenkins was ranked #1 Top Workplace in the midsize category by the Charlotte Observer based on voting by our employees. That means not only are we providing our customers with world-class service, we’re doing the same for our employees. It’s the one award Mr. Jenkins is most proud of, and we all are too.

Sounds good right? So what does a Licensed Electrician do? In a nutshell, their essential function is being primarily responsible for installing, reconnecting, and upgrading electrical service to heating and air conditioning equipment, as well as water heaters.  You'd also be responsible for training and providing expertise to other electricians.

Want the specifics? Read on!

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work closely with installation department and any others necessary to provide timely and accurate service to customers in accordance with company standards and procedures.
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Provide training and expertise to other electricians
  • Serve customers by analyzing work orders, following daily travel schedule, listening to customer concerns, performing designated work and proactively solving problems
  • Cooperate with other departments to continually improve the process and flow of information
  • Drive and maintain sufficient parts inventory of your own truck
  • Keep personal tools and equipment operable and up to date
  • Document work performed in accordance with company procedure
  • Maintain current knowledge of electrical standards
  • Maintain professional conduct and appearance in all working conditions
  • All other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor/manager

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 5+ years of Electrical experience with strong knowledge of NEC, state, and local codes and regulations
  • NC/SC Residential Electrical Contractor license
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and make appropriate decisions
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks
  • Ability to work independently and accurately
  • Knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use and maintenance of required tools
  • Basic computer skills
  • Fluent ability to speak, read, and write in the English language

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 10+ years of Electrical experience in residential service including HVAC and water heating systems with strong knowledge of state and local codes and regulations

We are proud to offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • Generous PTO awarded
  • 7 paid holidays
  • Medical, dental, vision, life, long & short-term disability insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement plan
  • An awesome work culture!
  • Brand new state-of-the-art facility
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