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At Carlton Electric, we exist to provide positive growth and energy for our people, our industry and our community. Carlton Electric began as a five person team with a vision of providing a good livelihood for themselves through doing great work for their customers. Now, with over 80 employees, Carlton Electric still holds true to our commitment to our employees as we did when we started in 1993. If you are looking for a commercial electrical contractor who takes care of their own and does work you can be proud of, fill out an application today!

Our Core Values

Be Safe

It is our moral obligation to keep our co-workers and customers safe. From the job site to the office, nothing comes before safety.

Be a Good Person

We admit and own our mistakes even if it hurts the bottom line. We keep our promises and treat others how we want to be treated. We look out for the best interest of our co-workers and our customers. We know good people make good businesses which make good communities.

Do the Right Thing

We believe transparency and honesty breed trust. Trust is the foundation of a great relationship with our co-workers and customers. We will never commit to something we cannot do.

Strive for Excellence

We are ambitious and competitive. We constantly challenge and innovate our own processes fostering personal and professional growth. We believe in never ending education at every level of the organization. We aim to improve ourselves every day. Aim High. Think Big. Take risks.

Whatever It Takes

We never settle for "I don’t know." We overcome obstacles, find solutions, and provide results. Everyone at any time is willing to be a broom pusher, a ditch digger, or a wire puller. We will get it done. Guaranteed.

Doing work properly every time and ensuring our customers and employees are taken care of are values that guide how we operate. If you are looking for a commercial electrical company that enables you to grow in your career, while staying safe on the job and tackling projects you are proud of - look no further!

We Take Care of Our Own

Our benefits and compensation packages are designed to give you financial security and peace of mind. We believe in taking care of our team so you can do your best work, and because it is simply the right thing to do.

Benefits include:

  • Premium coverage of health, vision and dental insurance for employees and their families
  • Company paid short term and long term disability insurance and life insurance 
  • Employee assistance program
  • Company sponsored 401(k) with a match
  • Paid holidays and vacation time
  • Tuition reimbursement for applicable education programs
  • Competitive wages

At Carlton Electric we know that everyone has to start somewhere, and we are proud to support those new to the trade develop the skills, education and passion necessary to succeed. Don't believe us? Ask our president. Carl Martin started at Carlton Electric as a first year apprentice knowing nothing about the industry. Through hard work, persistence and an open mindset, Carl worked his way to service manager, vice president, president, and now part-owner.

Work You Can be Proud Of

We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional results for our customers while providing safe and educational working environments for our employees. If you are looking to start or grow your career by doing work that serves the community, delivering results you can be proud of, and expanding your skills and knowledge, apply for a position today.

Join Our Team

There are many electrical companies hiring, but only one Carlton Electric. Check out some of our open positions and fill out an application in our online careers page.

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Project Coordinator

General Overview:  The project coordinator is responsible for supporting the project manager, construction operations team, and the field in the day-to-day operations of projects through the purchasing and coordination with vendors and suppliers.

Service Project Manager

General Overview:  The service project manager is responsible for successfully managing multiple small projects with a team of electricians and proving excellent customer service for both contract projects and emergency time and material jobs. The perfect fit for this position would be a hungry, humble, and smart self-starter who is looking for an opportunity to gain more skills and showcase their current experience through a variety of small projects.

Preconstruction Manager

The Preconstruction manager is responsible for fulfilling customer needs and client satisfaction while determining costs associated with commercial projects through budgets, design-build, design-assist and hard bid estimates. The preconstruction manager will also lead the transition from pre-construction to project management.

Estimator 3

The electrical estimator is responsible for estimating, reviewing, and preparing electrical bids, quotes, and proposals for various types of commercial electrical contracts. They work closely with the Preconstruction Manager and Operations Team to ensure a successful and profitable job.  

Project Foreman

A project foreman is responsible for managing electrical installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting withing commercial and industrial settings. They are also responsible for managing, tracking, coordinating, scheduling, and reporting jobsite conditions and/or issues. The project foreman reports to the project manager.

Service Technician

A service driver is responsible for managing electrical installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting within commercial settings. They are responsible for managing small electrical projects on a fast timeline and for providing unparalleled customer service and support during emergency electrical service calls.

2nd - 4th Year Apprentice

A second – fourth year electrical apprentice is responsible for various electrical installation tasks including installing raceways, pulling wire, mounting equipment, installing and completing finished electrical products such as lights and switches and more.  All tasks are to be completed under the guidance of a licensed journeyman electrician and on the job training will be provided. Second-fourth year apprentices are expected to work diligently both on the job and on their schooling to gather the proper and required knowledge and experience for becoming a qualified journeyman electrician.

1st Year Apprentice

A first-year electrical apprentice is responsible for various electrical installation tasks including installing raceways, pulling wire, mounting equipment, installing and completing finished electrical products such as lights and switches and more.  All tasks are to be completed under the guidance of a licensed journeyman electrician and on the job training will be provided. No experience is needed to be a first year apprentice electrician.