Hayward Electric hires only the best-trained, safety-oriented electricians,
and encourages continued education and safety training by providing
reimbursements and incentives,
so our customers can feel confident that they are getting the very best for
their construction dollars.
Hayward Electric structures our pay scale based on a tiered classification
system of individual training, safety, and merit rather than a collective
bargaining agreement, so we can provide a very competitive wage and benefits
package, as well as competitive bids to our customers.
For those applying
to the position of Electrician: California now
requires Electricians to either be Certified or if you are
not certified then to be registered as an Electrical Trainee
with California Division of Apprenticeship Standards.
All applicants for Electrician must provide their state
number (be it Certification number of Trainee number) before
their application will be considered for employment.
All employees are subject to background checks, pre-employment and random drug testing (DISA DCC
and/or DOT RSPA), and must complete an in-house safety orientation training
and may be have to complete a safety program
through BATT (Bay Area Training Trust) to work on some projects. In addition, we encourage all of our
employees to keep their BATT cards and First Aid/CPR cards current by offering a
Hayward Electric is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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