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RES T&D Electrical Superintendent in Fort Stockton, Texas


We are committed to building a workplace where everyone feels heard and respected, and extending our culture of care so that every individual can reach their full potential. We want you to have a sense of belonging and feel valued for your contributions and the perspectives you bring.

Electrical Superintendent takes ownership of project performance including safety, quality, schedule, budget, and client satisfaction. The Electrical Superintendent is responsible for managing the site construction schedule, budget and daily issues. This position is responsible for direction of Electrical crews. The Electrical Superintendent may be responsible for managing multiple construction projects at one time.

Essential Functions:

  • Reviews construction and drawings as-builts for multiple electrical systems on site to include T-Lines, OHL, collections systems and substation/switch yard construction prior to energizations and or outages, Including Solar and Battery storage.

  • Manages the energization process for substation, coordinating up to the utilities. 

  • Manages Safety, daily weekly, complete Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and compliance paperwork with sub-contractor Safety as needed.

  • Manages communications between client, Company, and subcontractors. 

  • Reviews construction schedules for electrical work, advising of changes or adjustments and coordination.

  • Participates in the overall needs via operations calls for coverage and safety review meetings. 

  • Facilitates internal and client communications. 

  • Inspects project workmanship and code compliance prior to energizations/outages. 

  • Follows safety and security procedures and determines appropriate action. Reports potentially unsafe conditions and uses materials and equipment properly.

  • Continues to withhold and accommodate state licenses.

  • * * Works closely with the Apprenticeship Program Administrator to ensure comprehensive training and year round support of, our Apprentices.

  • Mentors Apprentices regarding the technical aspects of the work as well as their overall understanding of the industry, interactions with supervisors and professionalism when attending external training.

  • Participates in annual audit of the program from a technical perspective and provides guidance to ensure the program meets or exceeds all requirements. 

  • Collaborates with supervisors in the ongoing assessments of each Apprentice and ensures each Apprentice receives feedback that is valid and actionable.

  • Conducts quarterly trainings with Apprentices focusing on verification of knowledge and safe work practices.

  • Communicate with Program Administrator and Apprenticeship committee any suggestions to improve the program and to better support our Apprentices.

  • Serves as a Subject Matter Expert for safe work practices to ensure compliance with OHSA 1910.269, OSHA 1926 Subpart K, and NFPA 70E as appropriate to the work of RES.

  • Supports High Voltage (HV) work for RES serving as HV Authorized Person

  • Manages and trains RES electrical employees on electrical Safety procedures, with emphasis on RASOP 011, HV Safety Program and associated RASWPS and all documentation necessary to the program/group.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Contract management

  • Sub-contractor and vendor and materials management

  • Construction drawing review

  • Drawing Quantity Takeoff

  • Intermediate level of knowledge in:

  • Project Management

  • Creating logical and resource-loaded project schedules

  • Budget Analysis and controls

  • Estimating work efforts

  • Change orders

  • QA/QC processes

  • Development of processes and procedures

  • Continuous Improvement such as Lean, Six Sigma, Total Quality Management

  • Project Finance

  • Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, PPT, Outlook, Visio)

  • Job Costing or accounting software

  • Basic level of knowledge in:

  • Engineering Management

  • Scheduling software (MS Project, Primavera 6)

  • Ability to pass state master electrical exam

  • Participates in Construction and Plan of Day (POD) meetings as needed.

  • Make site visits/inspections as needed per state requirements that licenses are held in.

  • Supports site team with material takeoffs, inventory, ordering and installation.


  • Present, support, and lead-by-example with a safety and quality-oriented attitude.

  • Leads by example to show that safety is the most important function, ensuring that all employees follow safe practices while working.

  • Accountable to continually reinforce safe behaviors and correct “at risk” behaviors.

  • Adheres to and ensures all site team members understand standard operating procedures.

  • Leads and supports the site team in technical, quality and safety, utilizing system in place.


  • Fosters and demonstrates a workplace inclusive of creating opportunity, serving others, building trust, innovation, and exceeding expectations.

  • Manages one or more direct reports

  • Participates in hiring and selection process to fill positions on the team.

  • Communicates regularly with direct reports on goals, accomplishments, and information on policies.

  • Demonstrates leadership and expertise in eyes of client group.

  • Employee Development:

  • Provides tasks and assignments that challenge and stretch employees’ responsibilities.

  • Conducts regular discussions with employee(s) on personal development. Comfortable with empowering others.

  • Conducts timely, effective performance reviews in accordance with RES guidelines.


  • HS Diploma or GED, some colleges preferred

  • Minimum of 1 year of proven industrial experience performing QA/QC audits to complete the installation of large industrial/mechanical construction

  • Minimum of 1 year QA/QC audit experience is required within the Solar or Renewable Energy Industry (T&D).

  • Current and valid driver’s license

Anticipated base salary range: $90,000 - $120,000

The final agreed upon compensation is based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This position is bonus eligible.

The final agreed-upon compensation is based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This position is bonus eligible.

Physical requirements and environment:

The work environment and physical demands characteristics are representative of those the employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Occasionally: Carrying, climbing, crouching, grasping, gripping, handling, kneeling, pinching, pulling, pushing, lifting, reaching, and stooping

Frequently: Standing and walking

Constantly: Reading, vision, repetitive motions, and sitting

We maintain a drug-free workplace. Candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment background investigation and drug test as a condition of employment.

RES is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.

ReqID: REQ-3234