A lot of things at Knobelsdorff stay the same year over year. For instance, our company is family-owned, family-run, and merit-based. Those things are at the core of who we are, and they do not show any signs of changing. But there will be some newness in the coming year.
If I had to size up what to expect in 2018 in one word, I would choose "Growth."
I'd like to introduce you to Aiman, one of our Electrical Design Engineers. Aiman is responsible for developing and designing power distribution processes and lighting processes for the projects we work on. Additionally, she lends her talents to editing plans for our electricians and helping out any way she can.
Knobelsdorff is seeking applicants for electrical engineering positions. Below, I've outlined a brief overview of the available engineering positions at our company. Plus, I've included a little bit about us as a company.
The Project Managers at Knobelsdorff play an important role in taking our electrical projects from start to finish. They're involved from the design of the initial concept all the way through the execution and sign-off. Due to the continued growth of our company, Knobelsdorff is seeking qualified individuals to join our team as Project Managers.
Now, I know it can be difficult to decide where you would (and wouldn't) like to work. Getting a good idea of what a company is like when you're on the outside looking in isn't always easy. Since we have CAD designer jobs currently available at our company, we wanted to give you a clearer picture of what we're looking for, and at the same time give a window into what it's like to work with us.
An exciting workplace is pretty rare nowadays. So many people wake up each day, go to work on autopilot, put in eight hours and head home to spend what little time they have doing the things they actually care about. Because when every day is the same, work can become a routine that doesn't challenge or excite you.
Today, I'd like to introduce you to one of our Journeyman Electricians: Brian. Brian has worked as an electrician for 14 years and has been with Knobelsdorff for the past four years. Prior to joining our team, he was trying out different jobs and not finding a place he really wanted to stick with.
Apprentice electrician jobs are not all the same. The company you choose for your apprenticeship will have a big impact on how many skills you learn, what your experience in the industry will be and how well-rounded of an electrician you become.
Here at Knobelsdorff, our electrical apprenticeship program has a reputation for preparing some of the finest electricians in the field.
Individuals who are interested in becoming journeyman electricians need to complete an electrical apprenticeship first. Here's what it takes to become an apprentice, complete your apprenticeship and become an electrician.
Today, I'll be introducing you to Rich, our Controls Manager. Prior to joining our company, Rich worked as a subcontractor, and he hadn't found a company where he wanted to build his career. But he saw something different at Knobelsdorff.