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Posted: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 12:10 AM


BML Services, LLC
Ogden, UT 84401

Job Description

Electrical apprentice, Electrical Helper/Laborer, Journeyman Electrician

-All Journeyman Electricians make at least $30 an hour and can go up from there depending on qualifications and experience.
-All licensed Apprentice Electricians start between $16.50 and $27.00 per hour depending on progress in school/hours. Step raises after every completed semester in school up and to passing Journeyman's Exam.
-All new (unlicensed) Electricians at $15 per hour! ($16.50 per hour once officially licensed as a 1A apprentice) Step raises after every completed semester in school up and to passing Journeyman's Exam.
We offer:

-7 paid Holidays
-Accrued vacation starting at 60 days
-Apprenticeship tuition reimbursement including books
-90% of employee health insurance and 25% of all dependents paid by BML
-Health Savings Account with $500 bonus for signing up with insurance
-Yearly Skeet Shoot
-Yearly Performance Bonuses
-Opportunities to work on Prevailing Wage projects often paid above base wages!


We are a commercial./industrial electrical company that works on many Federal Installations.

We work on numerous projects that are Davis/Bacon - Prevailing Wage projects. Work will range from new construction to remodel to service. All our jobs require top quality craftsmen who take pride in their work. Join our team of like-minded professionals who value your input and contribution. We are a growing company with room for advancement. Most of our work is in Ogden to Salt Lake City. We rarely travel out side of this area and pay drive time when we do.

BML as a company is excited to help new aspiring electricians get into the trade. We pay for Electrical apprenticeship schooling and books. We also pay for your Electrical apprenticeship application to the state. Come join the team!

We train our electricians in the following fields:

-Planning and installing commercial and industrial electrical systems to current code
-Single and Three Phase Power (120/208 - 277/408 volt)
-Lighting Systems
-Comm and Data Systems
-Fire Alarm Systems
-Security Systems
-Card Access Systems
-Motor Control Systems
-Bending and installing conduit
-Effective communications skills and the ability to work well with others.


Basic Qualifications:

-Working on Federal installations requires passing a government background check. Employment with BML is dependent on passing the background check.
-Having a positive attitude, hard worker, self-motivated with integrity will get you far with BML
-Electricians must be physically and mentally capable.
-Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, and lift 75 lbs at an given time.
-Must be able to dead lift 50 lbs and hold over head for at least 1 minute.
-Must have transportation to and from job-sites.
-Experience (for apprenticeship) is not required but preferred. Applications will be selected based on the most highly qualified applicants

Journeyman Qualifications:

-Skill in planning, designing, organizing, and executing electrical upgrade projects mandated by changing codes, regulations, and safety requirements.
-Ability to analyze electrical problems, devise, and carry out effective plans for repairing problems. Ability to communicate technical information.
-Ability to perform assigned work independently with minimal supervision.
-Ability to troubleshoot and install control circuits.
-Ability to read, to understand, and to interpret electrical plans, circuit schematics and blueprints.

Additional Information

email resumes and applications to:
Neil Read -
Lance George -
Todd Kennedy -

Contact: Neil Read

• Location: Ogden

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