Thaddeus earned his journeyman license in 2005, and he’s been with Knobelsdorff Electric for the past three years. I had the opportunity to ask Thaddeus about his experience with us and share a little bit about what it takes to be a Project Manager at Knobelsdorff Electric.
Are you an Electrical Engineer who’s looking for a change of pace? How about a job that excites you and challenges you? We’re on the lookout for an Electrical Engineer who can join our growing company.
As the HR Assistant and Recruiter for a growing company, I’ve had a front row seat to what makes Knobelsdorff Electric a great place to work. Not only do I get to speak to our employees about it, I also get to experience it myself. So, I took a moment to get in front of the camera and talk about why I came to work at Knobelsdorff Electric and why I think it’s a great place to build a career.
In the electrical industry, reputation is huge and word gets around. When customers work with industrial electrical contractors, they find out pretty quick how dedicated the employees, and the company as a whole, are to performing quality work.
Here at Knobelsdorff Electric, it’s no secret that we’re a family company. Since its humble beginnings in the 1980s, this company has been family owned and operated. We took a moment to film our CEO and President, Karl von Knobelsdorff, talking about the history of Knobelsdorff Electric. Watch it now:
Here at Knobelsdorff Electric, we provide electrical services to many different areas of industry. From food processing and residential work to milling and industrial solar work, it's safe to say we perform a large variety of work. And within those industries, we take on new projects and new challenges all the time. Here's a look at one of our newest projects.
There are a few long-time employees who’ve played a hand in shaping Knobelsdorff into the company it is today. And when I – or anybody else – talks about how great of a place Knobelsdorff is to work, those employees deserve their share of the credit. Shane is one of those employees.
A lot of workplaces can look pretty much the same from the outside looking in. Usually, it's not until you're actually hired that you find out what a company is really like. So, how do you figure out if an electrical company is right for you before you accept the job? Here are five things to look for:
Mitch joined the Knobelsdorff team a little over four years ago. The switch helped him shave about thirty minutes off of his daily commute, each way. Working closer to home is great, especially when you have three young kids at home.
For just about a year, Stacy has been Knobelsdorff Electric's Construction Coordinator. In that short time, she has helped our company grow and