Kentucky Licensed Electricians (Journeyman)

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #403

POSITION TITLE: Kentucky Licensed Electricians (Journeyman)

Pay: $27-35 DOE

HOURS: 2nd Shift: 3PM-1:30AM 
                3rd Shift: 9PM-7:30AM

LOCATION:  Erlanger, Kentucky

CraftForce is offering a unique opportunity to work with one of our biggest and most recognized clients.  This position would be great for anyone with experience in Industrial or Commercial facilities maintenance who also possesses a KY Journeyman’s Electrician License. The Client offers an extensive benefits package, non-mandatory overtime offered weekly, 12 Vacation Days, 10 Paid Holidays, 100% paid certifications to build your knowledge further, all tools are provided and top of the line, along with many more benefits listed below. Do not pass up this opportunity to work with one of the most recognized companies in the Tri-State area.  Accepting applicants now! Be one of the first to apply!

Company Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision
  • Basic Life Insurance paid by company
  • Short & Long Term Disabililty
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • County Employees Retirement System (CERS) & Social Security
  • 100% of authorized professional certification expenses
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 12 Vacation Days, 1 Personal Day, Birthday Off
  • Top of the Line Tools are provided by the company
  • Education Assistance (80% tuition reimbursement)
  • Professional Certifications (100% covered by company)
  • Employee Assistance Program (100% covered by company
  • Wellness Program and Free Fitness Facilities


Responsible for skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems, facilities and equipment.  Preventative maintenance and repair on electrical systems and equipment. Operate various measuring, diagnostic, and testing equipment.  Perform other duties as assigned or needed.  Other duties include snow removal, operating heavy equipment, data entry, and facilities on-call responsibilities.  Mandatory overtime during winter season*




This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department.

  • Maintains special lighting systems in accordance with codes, and standards

  • Ariel work performed from a bucket truck on 70’ light poles throughout the facility.

  • Install, maintain, modify & repair motors, high voltage vaults, transformers, insulators, switches, switching gear, emergency generators, relays, circuit breakers and other electrical components of the lighting and mechanical systems in all related facilities.

  • Assists in inspecting the contract installation of electrical facilities and in developing improvements to such facilities.

  • Inspect and test components of electrical systems, including performing thermal imaging on assigned equipment

  • Read electric meters

  • On-call to respond to system problems  

  • Complete work orders and record time/material utilized on jobs, through a computer based asset management system.  

  • May perform the duties of Safety Trainer

  • Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.


High School diploma or GED and five years experience in the installation, repair and maintenance of major electrical control systems; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.  


  • Journeyman Electrician license

• Commercial Driver’s License – Class A or B (or the ability to acquire a Class B within 6 months    of the hire date) Preferred

  • Maintain Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) clearance 


  • Electrical theory and calculations;

  • Mechanical concepts, i.e. structures, physics, engine operation;

  • Generators and Automatic Transfer Switches; VFDs and UPS.

  • Equipment and associate conduit/wiring installation

  • High voltage, motor and lighting controls;

  • OSHA Standards, National Electrical Code and Airfield and FAA Regulations.


  • Use of a variety of computer-based technologies including word processing, and spreadsheets;

  • Establishing and maintaining effective, fair, cooperative, collaborative and respectful relationships with internal and external colleagues, peers, work teams and workgroups.


  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Voluntary Vision Insurance
  • Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
  • Voluntary Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Short & Long Term Disability


  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) 


  • County Employees Retirement System (CERS) & Social Security


  • Earned Time Off: Time away from work is important for rest and relaxation. In addition to paid vacation, the client provides 10 paid holidays, one birthday holiday, and one personal holiday per year. Funeral Leave, Jury Duty, and Reserve/National Guard Temporary Duty Pay is also provided by the client.

  • Vacation Days: 12 Days –  Birthday Day: 1

  • Holidays: 10 Days –  Personal Day: 1


  • Education Assistance: The Board provides opportunities to learn and develop professionally. Employees are reimbursed 80% of the tuition for approved courses upon satisfactory completion.

  • Professional Certification: Employees are encouraged to take an active role in continuing to develop their career paths. The Board pays 100% of authorized professional certification expenses.

  • Employee Assistance Program: Provides confidential counseling services for employees and their immediate family members. The Board pays 100% of the cost of this benefit.

  • Wellness Program: The client provides a wellness program to educate, support and empower employees to improve and maintain their overall health and well-being. Through participation, employees earn additional Health Savings Account or Kentucky Deferred Compensation dollars.

  • Vacation Trade: Vacation time is provided to allow employees time away to recenter and refocus. The following trade options are offered as a supplement to, not as a replacement for, time away from the workplace. Employees can trade the value of their vacation hours (minimum of $100 value) for the following:

    • Travel: travel expenses such as hotel, airline and car rental expenses.

    • Fitness: fitness equipment; treadmill, bike, elliptical, weights, activity trackers, and fitness memberships/classes. Apparel and shoes are excluded.

    • Computer: personal computers, monitors, printers, scanners, smartphones and business-related software. Data and internet plans are excluded.

    • Education Expenses: student loan and other education expenses such as tuition, room/board, and other education expenses. Must present loan coupon and/or receipt from the school/university. Extra-curricular activity expenses are excluded.

    • Health Savings Account and/or Deferred Compensation: Deposit into an HSA account or Deferred Compensation account.

  • Health & Benefits Fair
  • Convenient, free parking
  • Credit Union
  • Free Fitness Facilities


Positions in this class typically require:  climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, lifting, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.  

Heavy Work: exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.  ???????

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