MARKEM Electrical Services, Inc., was established in March 1993. We have established policies and procedures in an effort to maintain the highest standards in the Electrical Service and Construction Industry. As our organization grows it becomes increasingly important that MARKEM, Inc.'s policies are clearly and completely understood in order for MARKEM Electrical Services to:
• Maintain the strong organizational and customer base we have strived to form. • To establish the same goals for success for the company as well as for you the individual employee. • To establish a qualified, competent team with the ability to meet any job related problem. • To promote continued growth for MARKEM, Inc., and its employees.
MARKEM, Inc., is proud to have you as an employee. We are interested in the individual goals of our employees and urge you to discuss them with your supervisors. If we are aware of your goals we can better assist you in attaining them. Your continued growth will eqal our growth. Your increased abilities and productivity level will help us increase benefits to our employees.
Journeyman electricians have completed training through an apprenticeship program and are able to work independently without supervision. Common requirements on the job may include reading and interpreting wiring diagrams, blueprints and floor plan details, installing circuits, fixtures, electrical outlets, breaker boxes, panels and other electrical equipment. They may also have to manage and oversee apprentice workers and schedule assignments, and coordinate the delivery and requisition of supplies to ensure the job continues on schedule. Troubleshooting difficulties or problems with installations and meeting with contractors/building managers or clients is also required. Work environments may vary depending on the job, i.e. indoor vs. outdoor. Apprentice ~ On the job, apprentices work under the supervision of experienced electricians. Most electricians learn their trade through apprenticeship programs which combine on-the-job training with related classroom instruction, and usually last 4 years. Starting out, they drill holes, set anchors, and attach conduit. Later, they measure, fabricate, and install conduit and install, connect, and test wiring, outlets, and switches. They also learn to set up and draw diagrams for electrical systems as well as learn electrical theory, blueprint reading, electrical code requirements and safety procedures.
Helper ~ Helpers assist electricians by setting up job sites, gathering materials, and doing other non-electrical work, with intentions of entering an apprenticeship program. A high school diploma or G.E.D. (General Equivalency Diploma) is required for all apprentices.
• Financial Reimbursement for Continuing Education (after 4 year completion with Journeyman's license) • Company Vehicles and Uniforms provided for service technicians • Paid Holidays for employees who have completed three months of continuous employment