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Electrical Foreman

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Burnaby, BC
Delta, BC
Vancouver, BC
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Construction, Mining and Trades

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Electrical Foreman – High Rise and Commercial

Location:  Vancouver, BC

Industry:  Construction

Are you an Electrical Foreman with experience supervising commercial, light-industrial or high-rise project sites?

Our client, one of the largest and most well respected local Electrical Contracting companies, is looking to add on an Electrical Foreman to their growing project team. This company is highly progressive and the role is suited for those with both junior and senior levels of experience, as the fit is highly important. If you are a Journeyman and/or Red Seal Electrician with 2+ years of experience as a Foreman or Lead-Hand, apply today!


This company has a very strong reputation for success within the Lower Mainland Electrical Contracting industry, winning themselves several awards from the VRCA (Vancouver Regional Construction Association) within the last few years. They have exceled in the commercial and industrial markets and are more than comfortable taking on challenging projects that involve design-build contracts and LEED buildings.

This company focuses on providing an excellent team environment, and as a result has been rated as one of the top companies to work for in BC. Take advantage of a booming industry in Vancouver, apply today!


As the Electrical Foreman – Commercial, Light Industrial, High-Rise, you will be responsible for:

  • Working with management to achieve project performance, budget and schedule targets
  • Looking after projects from kickoff meetings through to commissioning and turnover
  • Master the electrical project scope and ensure site coordination issues are minimized
  • Supervise commercial, light industrial, and high-rise projects ranging from $150k - $20M
  • Mentor and train the junior staff and ensure they are working safely
  • Maximize the quality of work of the site team


    • 2 years’ experience running projects as a working Foreman
    • 5 years local commercial, light-industrial, or high-rise electrical experience
    • Journeyman certificate and/or inter-provincial Red Seal certificate
    • Excellent problem solving, leadership, and communication skills
    • Proficient in academic and practical knowledge of the Canadian Electrical Code
    • Ability to read electrical drawings, schematics, diagrams, specifications and blueprints
    • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize tasks effectively
    • Registered FSR
    • Must live in the Metro Vancouver area
    • Must be legally entitled to work in Canada


  • Established and large company with long-term employment opportunities in an industry that is booming
  • Long-tenured employees – people who start here, stay here
  • Community feel – tons of team building events including summer socials and holiday parties


Please reply with a Microsoft Word version of your resume to: [email protected], or visit to apply online.  Let me know that you have applied by sending me a message on @fenyedi or my LinkedIn profile. If you would like to speak with me directly regarding this role, please contact Eric Fenyedi on 604 689 8687x231 or [email protected] for more information. 

Privacy and confidentiality are important to us; as such all applications are kept strictly confidential. We will not share your information with anyone without your prior approval.  While we will only be considering qualified applicants for this particular role, if you are interested in pursuing an alternate career path, we would certainly be happy to speak with you about opportunities that fit your profile.


Posted: August 12, 2017
Closes:October 11, 2017