Tri-State Electrical Contractors is currently hiring electrical apprentices due to high demands of workload projects.
Work will consist of new and existing installs, trouble-shooting and/or repairs of electrical systems, conductors and associated materials and equipment within the automated, industrial and energy sectors. The electrical apprentice will assist licensed electricians by performing multiple tasks under the direct supervision of that licenses electrician.
Tri-State Electrical Contractors cares about all employees that are directly related to our company and the location we work on. The electrical apprentice shall have safe work habits and proper care of tools and equipment at all times.
If this sounds like you, we would welcome the opportunity to visit with you. Please fill out an application online.
From day one, Tri-State Electrical Contractors has operated with the understanding that our greatest asset is our people, evident in founder and CEO, Gary Allison’s, belief that when a company finds good, hard working people, it should do whatever it can to keep them. It is, after all, the expertise of our people and their collective commitment to delivering the best possible end-product and services, that has resulted in our continued success.
Tri-State enjoys a reputation of quality and excellence, and, accordingly, believes in rewarding its people for work well done. We offer competitive salaries for professional, skilled and hourly employees, as well as health care benefits for qualified employees, retirement savings plans, vacation programs and more.
We offer and encourage ongoing training programs to help our employees enhance their skills and keep abreast of the latest construction methods and technologies. And above all, we invest in extensive safety training programs to ensure the safety of our employees, our customers and others.
Tri-State is actively seeking qualified, motivated managers, supervisors, foremen, equipment operators, roustabouts, and workers who reflect our Core Values and are looking for a long-term career.