Stansell Electric Company is based in Nashville with a satellite office in Chattanooga. Our organization has built a strong reputation for high quality work, family oriented work life, and the highest integrity. We offer many training opportunities, both through outside education facilities and in house developed training programs. We believe in utilizing experienced and skilled workers to help us provide for the training needs of less experienced workers. Every individual has strengths and weaknesses; we believe in maximizing each individual’s strengths. We work to ensure the right person is hired for any job opening. When an individual is placed in a role that best suits them, the company and the employee are both most likely to be successful. Our primary goal of “developing exceptional people” results in an exceptional company.
As a Federal Contractor, it is the policy of Stansell Electric Company to assure that applicants are employed, and that applicants are treated during employment, without regard to their race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age or disability. Minorities & females encouraged to apply.
Compensation will be determined based on skills, education, and experience.
- Health insurance, including subsidy for full family
- Dental insurance
- Life Insurance
- Short Term and Long Term Disability Coverage
- 401k plan
An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities & females encouraged to apply.
TN Drug Free Workplace conducting pre-employment, post-accident and random drug screening
The Operations Specialist I position works out of Stansell Electric’s Nashville warehouse assisting in all aspects of shop maintenance, tool allocation, shop deliveries, material orders, and delivery/pick-up of material and tools to and from the jobsite. The Operations Specialist I must show customer service skills, and demonstrate mechanical aptitude, computer skills, mathematical skills, and literacy skills commensurate to the satisfactory completion of position’s primary duties and responsibilities. Advancement opportunities are available by advancing to more senior warehouse positions or through transfer to skilled trades.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform basic tasks of material handling, and be above average in jobsite and shop housekeeping, and general labor.
- Unload and load material onto and off of trucks for deliveries and pick-ups.
- Assist in pulling material for orders and or transportation and delivery of material and tools to jobsite.
- Tasks assigned daily in the moving and storage of material, files, and tools.
- Keep lots and warehouses properly locked, cleaned and maintained.
- Performs all tasks in a timely and safe manner.
- Understand and follow jobsite directions and instructions, both written and verbal.
- Comprehend and abide by Stansell Electric customer policies, procedures, and safety guidelines. Reports all violations to immediate supervisor.
- Understand/Perform other project related duties and assignments as instructed by supervision.
- Possess good organization skills, be detail oriented and work well with others.
- Available to work overtime and after hours, if needed.
- Ability to operate forklift. If you have no previous forklift experience you must be willing to and able to learn.
- Ability to register fleet vehicles with all city, county and state governments.
- Ability to obtain DOT health card for material deliveries.
The preceding covers the primary duties and responsibilities of the position. It should not be construed as a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental, or similar duties that may be required from day to day.
The Position requires:
- Lifting 51 pounds, unassisted, 20 times per day.
- Constantly moving about on the feet.
- Completing a full day’s assignments involving one or more of the following; bending, squatting, stooping, crawling, climbing, kneeling, balancing, pushing, pulling, reaching over head, and repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers.
- Operating two handed tools/equipment such as cable cutters and etc.
- Transitioning from employee parking area or street into construction work areas and to access all levels of the building, even if the only means of access is by O.S.H.A. approved site construction ladder or stairs still under construction, but acceptable for use.
- Wearing all personal protective equipment at all times as required by the specific task; eye and face protection, steel toe leather work boots, hand protection, head protection, respirator, arc flash protection, etc.
- Capable of carrying and relocating up to a 12’ step ladder by one’s self.
- Operating company vehicles with manual or automatic transmission.
- Utilizing construction site sanitary facilities (Porta-Johns).
- Working a 40-hour work week, with overtime and off-hour shifts as required.
- Personal weight including tool pouch, tools, nail bags, and tool belt must not exceed 300 lbs, weight limit of a class 1A ladder.
- Possession of good hearing, normal or corrected.
- Possession of good vision, normal or corrected.
- High School diploma or GED
- Current valid driver license (with a safe driving record)
- Dependable transportation
- Organization and time management skills
- Basic computer skills
- Strong code of ethics
- Service oriented, good “people skills”
- Ability to obtain a Department of Transportation Health card
- Non-CDL truck driving experience
- Forklift Experience