Electrical Foreman-Tulsa/Pryor




Electrical Foreman-Tulsa/Pryor




Electrical Construction Foreman

Would you like to build a career in the electrical field where safety is valued above all else? We thought so. At Interstates we offer that, along with consistent work, competitive pay, advancement opportunities, and a team that is dedicated to YOUR success.

Interstates Story

We meet the electrical and automation needs of companies around the world. For over sixty years, weve tackled complex challenges and developed innovative solutions. We started out as a small electric company and have evolved into an organization with over 1000 employees and multiple locations throughout the Midwest. During this evolution, the most impressive thing we have built is our team! At Interstates we treat each other like family, because the foundation of our success is our team. We have created a collaborative workplace based on trust, integrity, and support for one another.

The Position

We are looking for leaders with electrical experience to lead, motivate, and help our team achieve goals and project success. In additional to leading a team, you will be responsible for managing projects, maintaining budgets, and building relationships with customers.

  • Journeyman Electrician License required

  • 5+ years of leadership experience in an industrial electrical field

  • OSHA 10 preferred

Location and Travel

This position is in Oklahoma and travel outside the local area may be required.

Join Our Family

When you join Interstates, you will find opportunities for education and career growth, one of the best safety records in the business, and benefits that put your familys needs first. If you are searching for a career that is built to last, consider joining the Interstates Family!

  • Competitive Pay + PTO

  • Health and Life Insurance

  • 401K Program

  • Advancement Opportunities

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Interstates is an Equal Opportunity/AA Employer and provides a drug free work environment.


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