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Houston, Texas - Posted on October 3, 2022
Published By Charlene Stewart

Now hiring Electricians in the Houston, TX surrounding area!

Job Description

Trillium Construction is seeking Journeymen Electricians in Houston, TX for a month or longer commercial project starting immediately, with continued work available upon completition.

Pay is $30 - $38 / hour , based on experience with no per diem currently offered. Schedule is Monday - Friday working 10 hour shifts from 7am - 5pm, earning 50 hours per week with 3 weeks on and 1 week off.

Journeymen Electricians must have current Texas Journeymen’s electrical license and have experience with, but not limited to: LED lighting retrofit exp, 480v fixture swaps, man lift operation, work above 30 feet in a man lift. Residential, Commercial, or Industrial electricians may apply.

If interested and meet the qualifications, please apply today!


- Valid drivers license
- at least 3 years of electrical experience
- TX Journeyman electrical license current
- Ability to complete employment screenings
- Have own basic hand tools

Trillium Construction Services has been recruiting and hiring construction and skilled trades talent for over 30 years. Trillium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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