Job Summary:


The Electrical Foreman is responsible for the construction and directing of, installation, modification, maintenance and repairs of Telecommunications cell site installations, electrical systems, facilities and related electronic controls and devices of varying design or complexity.  The Foreman works under the immediate supervision of the Electrical Project Manager.


Job Responsibilities:


  • Supervise and participate in the construction, installation, modification, maintenance and repairs of telecommunications cell site by interpreting blueprints, manufacturers’ specifications, written and verbal instructions.

  • Supervise and participate in the establishment of preventive maintenance programs for electrical systems and facilities.

  • The ability to efficiently prioritize and perform job requirements and activities based on open communication with the Electrical PM and others

  • Must understand project deliverable, cost estimates, and major milestones

  • Must be able to develop detailed plan to complete project, including schedule of activities and projection of manpower needs communicate and coordinate with the Electrical PM

  • Schedule, inventory, and oversee delivery and use of both customer supplied and TCI materials, tools and equipment

  • Supervise and monitor worker productivity, including reporting hours for all personnel on jobsite.  Submit daily reports recording all subcontractor and TCI activity and job site conditions to Electrical PM.

  • Prepare reports and analyses indicating work progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.

  • Strong knowledge of towers, various types, and safety issues associated with them.

  • Adhere to all company and industry (ie OSHA) standards and regulations.

  • Be able to go on road trips for extended periods of time.

  • Document as needed JSA’s and other TCI and Clients requirements.

  • Have all the necessary electricians’ tools needed to execute various jobs.

  • Follow the TCI safety policy and report as necessary on any incident.

  • Use proper care of TCI’s tools and vehicles and let the PM know of any issues immediately.

  • Perform other duties as needed.




  • The ability to understand plans and specifications and be knowledgeable about construction methods, materials, and regulations.

  • The ability to become familiar with a variety of field concepts, practices, and procedures

  • The ability to demonstrate manual adroitness (having or showing skill, cleverness, or resourcefulness in handling situations) and excellent hand-eye coordination.

  • The ability to be physically capable of performing those duties of the job that may require but are not limited to; standing, lifting, bending, stooping, crawling, sitting, climbing.

  • The ability to read, comprehend, and carry out instructions.

  • High School graduate, GED, or equivalent work experience is required.

  • Must hold Journeyman’s Electricians’ license in MA and preferably in the following states and/or the ability to obtain; RI, NH, ME, VT, CT.

  • OSHA 30 hr. required.

  • 1st aid and CPR certificated required.


  • PTO

  • Biennial boot allowance of $150

  • Safety and industry certifications paid for by TCI

  • Fidelity 401K Retirement Program

  • Optional Medical Insurance

  • Optional Dental Insurance

  • Optional VSP Vision Plan available

  • Free financial planning advisor through Fidelity

  • Power tools and all necessary safety gear (PPE) provided by TCI

  • Competitive pay

  • Overtime potential

  • College tuition benefits

  • Company-provided Basic Employee Assistance Program

  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account 

  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account

  • Employee Discounts with Verizon Wireless

  • Company-provided Life and AD&D insurance 

  • Company-provided Disability Insurance

  • Referral Bonus Program ($400 min.)

  • 10 Paid holidays per calendar year 

  • Some employees will have use of or be issued a company vehicle

  • Quarterly safety incentives ($50 min.)

  • Monthly photo contest incentives ($25 gift card)

  • Additional Annual bonus incentives ($200 min.)


​*Please Attach Resume & Cover Letter for Consideration. All inquiries without such will not be considered.


Timberline Communications, Inc. fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Wireless Safety Alliance (NWSA).

Phone: 339-502-5000

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Canton, MA 02021

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Hooksett, NH 03106

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