Employment Information

Who/What/Where:

CANUS looks to employ technically qualified individuals with vast experience within the Utility Industry.  Below is the CANUS job board of available positions that we are currently looking for applicants. 


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Title 
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Job Description 
ExpandCompliance InspectorNorthern CaliforniaThe Compliance Inspector responsibilities include Overhead and Underground Electrical Distribution visual inspection. Compliance inspectors must be familiar with GO 95, GO 128 and GO 165 standards. The Compliance Inspector role will include some manual work elements including but not limited to: Lifting of Underground vault covers, minor repair work on wooden poles (not to exceed 8'), vault water pumping etc.
ExpandElectrical Line InspectorNorthern CaliforniaThe Electrical Line Inspector job is responsible for overseeing the safe building and maintaining electric power lines, both distribution and transmission, to all relevant state, federal and client codes.
This position is represented by IBEW 1245.
ExpandProtective Relay Test TechNationwideThe work performed in this department has direct impact on the electric system reliability as well as employee and public safety. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will perform installations, field testing, and maintenance of protective relay equipment, relay carriers, supervisory equipment, station apparatus, instruments, remote and local control devices and associated wiring.

The Relay Protection Electrical Technician will work on protective relays and associated equipment will ensure the efficient, safe, and reliable and NERC Reliability Standards compliant operation of generating plants and transmission networks. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will be responsible for performing work involving an extremely high degree of complexity, including troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, calibrating, and maintaining components of protective relay systems (microprocessor and electro-mechanical); substation and electric utility protection systems; station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.

Candidate must be proficient in understanding and deciphering electrical drawings/schematics station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
ExpandTransmission Line InspectionNationwideThe Electrical Line Inspector job is responsible for overseeing the safe building and maintaining electric power lines, both distribution and transmission, to all relevant state, federal and client codes.
ExpandCommissioning TechnicianOhio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New YorkThe work performed in this department has direct impact on the electric system reliability as well as employee and public safety. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will perform installations, field testing, and maintenance of protective relay equipment, relay carriers, supervisory equipment, station apparatus, instruments, remote and local control devices and associated wiring.

The Relay Protection Electrical Technician will work on protective relays and associated equipment will ensure the efficient, safe, and reliable and NERC Reliability Standards compliant operation of generating plants and transmission networks. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will be responsible for performing work involving an extremely high degree of complexity, including troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, calibrating, and maintaining components of protective relay systems (microprocessor and electro-mechanical); substation and electric utility protection systems; station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.

Candidate must be proficient in understanding and deciphering electrical drawings/schematics station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
ExpandJourneyman Meter and Relay TechnicianOregon and IdahoThe Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will perform installations, field testing, and maintenance of protective relay equipment, relay carriers, supervisory equipment, station apparatus, instruments, remote and local control devices and associated wiring.

The Relay Protection Electrical Technician (Journeyman Meter and Relay Technician) will work on protective relays and associated equipment will ensure the efficient, safe, and reliable and NERC Reliability Standards compliant operation of generating plants and transmission networks. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will be responsible for performing work involving an extremely high degree of complexity, including troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, calibrating, and maintaining components of protective relay systems (microprocessor and electro-mechanical); substation and electric utility protection systems; station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.

Candidate must be proficient in understanding and deciphering electrical drawings/schematics station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
ExpandJourneyman Meter and Relay TechnicianWashingtonThe Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will perform installations, field testing, and maintenance of protective relay equipment, relay carriers, supervisory equipment, station apparatus, instruments, remote and local control devices and associated wiring.

The Relay Protection Electrical Technician (Journeyman Meter and Relay Technician) will work on protective relays and associated equipment will ensure the efficient, safe, and reliable and NERC Reliability Standards compliant operation of generating plants and transmission networks. The Journeyman Relay Protection Electrical Technician will be responsible for performing work involving an extremely high degree of complexity, including troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, calibrating, and maintaining components of protective relay systems (microprocessor and electro-mechanical); substation and electric utility protection systems; station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.

Candidate must be proficient in understanding and deciphering electrical drawings/schematics station automation and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
ExpandElectrical Line InspectorSouthern CaliforniaThe Electrical Line Inspector job is responsible for overseeing the safe building and maintaining electric power lines, both distribution and transmission, to all relevant state, federal and client codes.
This position is represented by IBEW 47.

CANUS inspects for visual pole integrity, asset management data discrepancies (including GPS location), cross arm angle and integrity, joint pole cable management, signage, vegetation clearance, insulator integrity, guy wire integrity, etc.
ExpandSafety ConsultantCalifornia, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, ArizonaExperienced field representatives to audit operators' safety practices and in use safety culture.

Why:

 Competitive Pay


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CANUS complies with IBEW market rates of pay to ensure all of our employees are receiving the best possible compensation.  CANUS is signatory with IBEW 1245, 47, 57, 291, 322, 449, 77, 125, 483, and 659.  

For more information around the rates of pay please contact us to request a copy of the applicable labor agreement.  For non-union clients CANUS complies with prevailing wage rates to ensure competitive compensation.

 Excellent Safety Record

Safety is efficient, practical, and effective.  It’s the right way to do business.

Employees of CANUS Corporation know that safety is a primary concern during all project activities.  Workplace and worker safety is important not only because we value the welfare of our employees, but also because the success of our projects – and our business – depends on it.

CANUS’s commitment to safety has manifested into superior safety records compared to industry standards.


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 Exceptional Benefits

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Medical

CANUS offers medical plan options to meet the needs of our employees and their families.  Plans cover preventative care, generic & specialty drugs, outpatient surgery, immediate medical attention, hospital stays, mental health services, pregnancy, etc. 

Dental

CANUS offers dental plan options to meet the needs of our employees and their families.  

401(k) Plan

CANUS's 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan is designed to help employees save for retirement and, at the same time, reduce current taxes.  Year over year performance of the CANUS 401(k) plan has been exceptional.