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Field Talent

Specialty Trades Field Opportunities

Ready to get to work as part of the Egan project team? Field jobs offer you an exciting opportunity as an electrician, pipefitter, plumber, sheet metal worker, ironworker, glazier or glassworker, millwright, low voltage technician, electrical lineman, or equipment operator. Many field roles require no experience so you can start right away as a pre-apprentice. And with our wide-spanning specialties, we’re able to offer field positions in nearly every trade in the industry.

AVAILABLE PRE-APPRENTICE POSITIONS

Electricians

Design, install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical wiring systems

Electrical Linemen

Build and maintain electrical power systems

Equipment Operators

Maintain and operate building and industrial complexes

Ironworkers

Install iron or steel beams, girders, and columns; create ornamental finishes

Glaziers & Glassworker

Cuts, installs, and replaces glass, aluminum storefront frames, and curtainwall

Low-Voltage Technicians

Design, install, maintain, and troubleshoot low-voltage electrical wiring systems

Pipefitters

Installs, assembles, fabricates, maintains, and repairs mechanical piping systems

Plumbers

Install and repair water supply lines, waste disposal systems, and related appliances and fixtures

Sheet Metal Workers

Creates, installs, and repairs sheet metal products

Millwrights

Install, maintain, and precisely place large machinery

TRADES TO OFFICE ROLES

Preparing for an office job often starts with working in our field! Very often, qualified field employees are considered for office roles, which require management potential and skill. Contact us for available opportunities at recruiting@eganco.com.

Here’s what we typically hire for:

3d Modeler

3D Modelers have a mechanical or electrical construction background in the trades, but an interest, on the job skill, and, sometimes, training in 3D drawing of electrical, piping, plumbing, and sheet metal systems in AutoCAD or another program.

Project (Administrative) Assistant

Project assistants handle paperwork and arrangements that managers don’t always have time to handle – like travel arrangements and getting bills in the right hands.

Estimator

Estimators work directly with vendors to get pricing on materials and services for projects. They are sometimes called Account Managers. They measure spaces, calculate a rough estimate for materials, and help Project Managers create a bid after a client requests it.

Assistant Project Manager

In this role, a person is usually less experienced in project management than Project Managers. Many of the duties are the same, but Assistant Project Managers don’t handle as much of the billing and budgeting.

Project Manager

In this role, a person would handle the budget, purchasing materials, and work directly with clients to make sure they are satisfied. Project Managers occasionally visit the construction site and collaborate with foreman and other field employees.

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