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Licensed Electrician - Service

companyUltimate LLC
locationAtlanta, GA 30332, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/26/2023
Electrical & Electronic Technicians
Full Time

Licensed Electrician - Service

Ultimate LLC is looking to hire Journeymen Electricians for commercial projects in the Atlanta GA and surrounding area -  SOME TRAVEL REQUIRED regionally. The pay range of a Journeyman Electrician is $30-37 per hour based on experience. The majority of our position’s hours range from 45 to 50 hours a week. Journeyman Electrician applicants must have a personal vehicle and be prepared for physical work. Ultimate LLC provides weekly pay for all journeyman electricians with no week in the hole.

Ultimate Journeyman Electrician requirements

  • 6+ years of Electrician experience

  • 18+ years of age

  • Ability to perform regular standing, bending and kneeling and lifting of up to 50 lbs without assistance

  • Math,  problem solving, and construction skills
  • Electrical Service work on Retail, Commercial, and distribution centers.


Ultimate LLC strives to create and maintain a culture of safety for all our field employees. We value the lives and safety of all our craftsmen so they can continue to provide for their families. Ultimate protects its employees by ensuring they are sent to a safe job site free of hazards.

Why work for Ultimate LLC?

At Ultimate, we take pride in providing our craftsmen with benefits they can’t find at other staffing firms such as:

  • Weekly pay every Thursday

  • Dental and Vision Coverage

  • Referral bonus program

  • Pay increase based on quality of craftsmanship

  • Tool purchase program

  • Paid OSHA training

Ultimate Journeyman Electrician Standards

  • Maintain a professional attitude

  • Appropriate PPE (Hard hat, vest, steel toe boots)

  • Quality Craftsmanship

  • Arrive on time with enthusiasm everyday

Ultimate Journeyman Electrician responsibilities

  • Install and repair electrical wirings, systems, and fixtures in buildings

  • Install conduits and pipes for wires and cables

  • Ensure piping complies with code

  • Make proper repairs and corrections

  • Test electrical components to ensure proper installation

  • Operate proper hand tools

  • Use ladders and scaffolding when necessary

  • Adhere to OSHA guidelines


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