The regions premier residential electrical service company. We offer a top notch customer experience while providing our team with unparalleled income potential, a clean fun work environment and growth potential. Weekly training sessions take place and out of state training is available as well. The WireNut was listed as 953 in the INC 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S.
Service Electricians : The WireNut
The WireNut is growing and we would like to talk to you about joining our family in beautiful, sunny Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Recession:proof employment: unlike construction, customers have electrical problems that need fixed everyday : regardless of the economy
Company team:building events: 5:6 times a year we get together with our families. We rent cabins and campsites, go fishing, skiing, bowling, play games, and have a good time
A flexible schedule: 35:60 hours per week. You will work on a rotation that allows you to have a 3:day weekend every 3rd week
Performance:based pay: get paid what you are worth : up to 44.00 per hour
Paid benefits: paid health insurance, paid time off, paid vacation
Fully:stocked van: our custom:designed vans carry thousands of electrical parts and you get to drive your own van home each night
Training and support: weekly in:house training and daily support. Off:site training in places like Las Vegas, Orlando and St. Louis
Fun work environment: Weekly and monthly contests. Bonuses, gifts and company:paid trips. The WireNut is a fun place to work
Valid Colorado Journeyman, Residential Wireman or Master Electrician license (*Colorado licensing details at bottom of page)
Minimum of 2 years of residential service experience
Must be clean:cut, reliable, and very hard working
Must be drug:free and must be able to pass a background check upon hire
State of Colorado Electrical Licensing :3 Ways to expedite getting a Colorado electrical license:
1. License by reciprocity:
transfers an out:of:state license from a state with a reciprocity agreement with Colorado (no exam required if approved)
for journeyman electrician licenses only, Colorado has entered into reciprocal licensing agreements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
applicants are required to submit a completed State of Colorado application for License by Endorsement.
to submit the application, you must fill out the form and pay a 120 application fee
New Mexico applicants: Please see application checklist for additional information.
2. License by endorsement:
transfers an out:of:state license from non:reciprocal states (no Colorado exam required if approved)
exam that you passed in other state must be from