Job Opening: Utilities Project Manager, Utility Services

With nearly half a century of experience in the electrical industry, RAI added Utility Services to its portfolio of offerings in 2014, because substation work requires a different set of skills from the day-to-day commercial/industrial electrical contractor work.

Utility services are provided on equipment with voltages from 4 KV to 500 KV and all the work is done inside the fence. RAI capabilities include but are not limited to setting steel, placing equipment, control house modifications, aluminum bus welding, conduit work and ground grid installation.

All work is completed by RAI, nothing is subcontracted. The RAI team includes: Certified Aluminum Bus Welders, Licensed Crane Operators, Certified Lull Operators, PSE&G and Tag Holders.

All workers are Substation Awareness Trained and deemed Qualified Workers

The foundation of our company is RAI’s strong Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Policy. It establishes our belief that employee safety is a core value, inseparable from our mission “To be the Solution For All of Your Electrical Needs” and we foster a culture of safety for our employees, contractors and key partners. “Our employees are expected to adhere to all safety requirements to ensure that we maintain a commitment to excellence in everything we do”. Our EHS Policies are designed to ensure a safe and healthy workplace for all employees, no matter where they work, and safety is regularly monitored.

RAI offers competitive salary and benefits. For more information and to apply for Utilities Project Manager position, please forward a current resume, including two references, to:

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  • NJ Electrical Contractor Lic. #34EI00502000
  • NJ Electrical Bus. Permit #34EB00502000
  • DE Licensed Eletrician #T1-0002011
  • Philadelphia Electrical Lic. #3516-14759
  • Maryland License #8337
  • Bonding Capacity $200,000,000
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