Employment

SUN-ELECTRIC 

Employment

We Are Expanding in the Permian Basin!

Power Line Energy Services (PLES) subsidiary companies TESSCO Energy and SUN-ELECTRIC are expanding their crews to meet the increased Permian Basin oil fields exploration and drilling demands.

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​Apprenticeship Program

SUN-ELECTRIC has an Apprenticeship Training Program that has been approved by the United States Department of Labor. To qualify, applicants must be active employees for a minimum of six months.

Our program consists of a combination of 8,000 hours of education and on-the-job experience, including groundman training, safe work practices, maintenance, electric power principles and other topics relevant to the markets that we serve.

The four-year program is also registered with the Texas Veterans Commission for VA education benefits. Upon completion, SUN-ELECTRIC employees receive their U.S. Department of Labor Journeyman certification.

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Why Work Here?

SUN-ELECTRIC is a member of the PLH Group of companies owned by Energy Capital Partners.

SUN-ELECTRIC is the leading electrical construction contractor in the Odessa, Texas area. We are confident that this is primarily because of the outstanding quality of our long-term employees.

There are a wide variety of electrical careers available at SUN-ELECTRIC. These range from electricians, linemen, operators, drivers and mechanics. All careers require pre-employment drug screenings and background checks.

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Great Benefits

We offer an excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation, paid holidays, health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts, three medical and dental plan options, long-term and short-term disability, basic life and AD&D insurance. We also offer a 401k plan, Employee Assistance, Apprenticeship and Continuing Education programs.

If you are looking for a great career with competitive pay and excellent benefits, email us at info@sunelectric.com.

Our Company

SUN-ELECTRIC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicant selection is based on qualifications, availability and position-related factors.