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Electrical Foreman

Electrical Foreman

Electrical Foreman

At CS Erickson, we value people, planning, and customer experience. Our team is driven to redefine what is expected from an electrical and technology solutions provider. We strive to be our clients' most trusted partner by creating smart environments that empower them to do their best work. 


We are a fast-growing, purpose-driven company that is solving current and future electrical, energy, automation, and technology needs. With that growth comes opportunities to advance your career. Whether you are seeking an entry level role or coming with years of experience, you will find opportunities to leverage your skills and reach your full potential.


The Electrical Foreman is responsible for leading electrical teams on construction sites. This includes a well-versed knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC) and a strong passion for safety, training and development and commitment to excellence.


  • The Electrical Foreman demonstrates ability to effectively run projects with electricians in variable group sizes
  • Responsible for day-to-day project operations
  • Oversees journeymen and field staff 
  • Consistently enforces and promotes workplace safety procedures (weekly toolbox talks, weekly safety audits, appropriate documentation, etc.)
  • Consistently completes projects on time, within budget, and in a safe manner
  • Effectively manage multiple projects at once
  • Demonstrates ability to work with construction software 
  • Demonstrates ability to complete project paperwork (i.e., foreman logs, performance evaluations, purchase order logs, timecards, etc.) in a timely manner
  • Maintains compliance with company policies; consults with HR and project management to ensure consistent corrective measures are taken and documentation completed
  • Effectively forecasts and manages resources (tools, equipment, staffing)
  • Establish expectations and motivates crews to consistently meet or beat goals
  • Demonstrates ability to obtain, organize, and manage materials effectively and develop as built documentation
  • Demonstrates excellent customer relations through utilization of effective problem-solving techniques
  • Forecasts job costs accurately (i.e., labor, material, rental equipment, etc.)


  • Journeyman or Masters Electrical License
  • Michigan License required 
  • Has demonstrated ability / experience to complete projects
  • People management 
  • Construction software (Procore, PlanGrid)
  • Microsoft Suite (word, excel, project)
  • 3-5 years of leadership experience
  • 6-10 years of electrical experience
  • Understands Commercial and Industrial facilities (electrical systems)

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