Gaylor Group, Inc.   Hilliard, OH   Full-time
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The HIGHEST PERFORMING NATIONAL CONTRACTOR OF EXCELLENCE, delivering on our Cornerstone of Reliable Resources, Outcomes, and Insights; dedicated to innovation, quality, and our genuine care for people.


Integrity > Customer Service > Safety > Sales Growth > Teamwork > Return on Investment > Performance > Personnel Development


GAYLOR ELECTRIC is committed to the safety, well-being & future of its employees!


  • Competitive Compensation Package
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance
  • Company Match Health Savings Account
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
  • Company Match 401K
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-term Disability
  • Long-term Disability
  • Best in Class Craft & Management Training
  • Opportunities for Growth


Scope of Work


Accountable for the management of assigned projects including the installation, performance, profitability, and customer satisfaction of projects.  Performs all work within an established time frame and ensures that work is done in conformance with quality work standards, projected man-hours, within established Company guidelines and regulatory compliance requirements. Also schedules, participates in and/or conducts project meetings. 


Internally:  Reports to the Location Manager and interacts with other support staff (e.g. Estimating, Accounting and Finance, and other Corporate Services staff).


Externally:  May interact with owners, owner representatives, architects, engineers, trade contractors, vendors and others who are associated with project related activities.  Also serves on various committees and participates in special trade-related activities and events.




Directly responsible for planning/preparing all contract administration documents, executing and directing project activities, and developing and maintaining client relationships.  Responsible for leading and overseeing multiple projects consisting of on-site supervision of general superintendent, field supervisors, lead persons crew leaders, journeypersons, apprentices and/or helpers.  Responsible for lay out of project work and ensuring that materials, tools, equipment and information are scheduled timely to meet scope and construction schedules.  Interacts with Location Manager, field manager, general superintendent, and Human Resources Department. 


Interactions include a mentorship relationship with a PE or Construction Manager.  Responsible for reviewing project documents; plans and specifications; directing construction activities; resolving construction obstacles; coordinating field installations and project closings; and developing and maintaining client relationships, all within project cost, time and quality standards while adhering to standard operating procedures.


Position Requirements


  • Uses Gaylor Performance Values as tools to carry out all job responsibilities.
  • Initiates, attends, coordinates or conducts meetings and activities with assigned employees/work crews to meet project objectives and work schedules.
  • Works with supervisors, trade contractors and suppliers to manage schedules, project progress, produce shop drawing, and material deliveries to ensure attainment of project objectives, schedule completion and timely deliveries.
  • Oversees, delegates, and monitors all project supervisors’ performance on assigned projects to ensure that project is completed within established schedules and weekly report quantities, project budget established at hand-off, and quality standards in compliance with all plans, specifications and shop drawings.
  • Guides and assists employees in identifying, analyzing and resolving existing or anticipated obstacles in a manner to meet task/project schedules.
  • Works with field manager/general superintendent in personnel alignment and scheduling to facilitate weekly action plans.
  • Develops and maintains a mentor/mentee relationship with a fellow project manager or project engineer and assists in their professional development in project management
  • Ensures timely billing, approval of invoices, regular review of job cost, reports, project history and purchase order history.
  • Informs, clarifies and confers weekly project progress with Operations Manager.
  • Reviews and interprets blueprints/shop drawings and other project documents to formulate accurate management approach.
  • Conducts project estimating in a manner that ensures awarded projects are attainable within contract quotes and timelines.
  • Defines and selects scope of subcontractor work, initiates subcontracts and monitors weekly performance to ensure compliance with contract agreements and schedules.
  • Leads, motivates, coaches and develops assigned employees technical methods by giving accurate and non-bias job performance appraisals.
  • Cultivates working relationships with managers, supervisors, fellow workers and customers that encourage a cooperative environment.
  • Clearly understands scope of work/responsibilities of other trades at work site.
  • Makes routine inspections of assigned projects. Makes routine weekly inspections of projects to verify project scope and specifications, company standards, and compliance are within local and National Electric Code.
  • Knowledge of building construction: concrete, masonry, metal and stick construction.
  • Ability to apply electrical formulas accurately.
  • Ability to plan and organize projects in order to meet project deadlines.
  • Accurately documents project work situations in a timely manner, both written and verbal, to ensure protection of Company through proper documentation (i.e. possible liens and or claims).
  • Ability to visualize completed work prior to installation.
  • Understands and follows NEC, state, and local codes.
  • Ability to modify behavior style and management to effectively manage tasks requiring change in work plans or schedule.
  • Knowledge of and effects of soil conditions on underground installations/cables.
  • Ability and knowledge of: security systems, fire alarm systems, process controllers & control loops, air conditioning & environmental controls and semi-conductor electronics.
  • Understanding and enforcement of O.S.H.A. requirements.
  • Understanding of mechanical systems that interface with electrical work to provide safe operating systems.
  • Set by example acceptable work practices that will be emulated by fellow employees.
  • Reports to Human Resources department any illegal activities occurring on work site.
  • Report accidents or incidents to the Risk Management Director and Safety Manager in a timely manner as outlined per Company policy manual.
  • Inspects subcontractor performance to conform to contract agreements and schedules.
  • Conducts project closings, updates punch lists, and creates information for record drawings.
  • Cultivates new business relationships and maintains existing relationships with clients through monthly public relations activities, and membership in professional trade-related organizations, associations and other community groups, to identify new contracts and gain consideration in construction negotiations.
  • Utilizes Company computerized estimating programs for change orders and estimates
  • Updates job skills by participating in offered training sponsored by the company.


Physical Requirements


  • Must be able to wear personnel protective equipment (i.e., hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, high visibility vest, safety harness, etc.) when required.
  • Repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers.
  • Possess good vision/hearing (normal or corrected).
  • Ability to work while sitting or standing for long periods.
  • Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds at times


Working Conditions


  • Must be able to work scheduled hours as well as overtime, as required, on short notice.
  • Must work well with others as a member of a team to complete tasks.
  • Must be able to remain calm in times of heightened emotional situations.
  • Must work well with others as a member of a team to complete tasks.




  • EDUCATION: High school/college graduate, holder of G.E.D., or equivalent studies/experience.
  • EXPERIENCE: Previous management experience and meets job position requirements.
  • SPECIALIZED SKILLS: High level interpersonal relationship skills, proficiency in communication skills, organization skills, and highly computer literate (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, Forefront, etc.).


Gaylor Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer including disability/vets.



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Gaylor Group, Inc.

Hilliard, OH