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Our staff is the backbone of our success, from our Project Managers, Estimators, to our Project Foremen, Journeymen and Apprentice electricians.

At Buxton Electric, LLC., “Safety is First”, we are very proud of our safety record.  Continuous training for our entire staff ensures that our electricians will perform safely and exceed the requirements any project demands.

We are always looking for qualified candidates with Electrical Construction experience to join our team. If you have prior electrical construction experience, are licensed in Oklahoma and are looking for a fast-paced career in the Electrical industry, we’d like to hear from you.
 
What is your first name? *

 
Hi {{answer_62327363}}, what's your last name? *

 
What is your phone number? *

This will be the best number to reach you at so we can talk more.
 
If you have a current resume or other documents that show your work history and pay history please upload it.

This isn't required but is helpful. If you don't have one just scroll past section.
 
{{answer_62327363}} what position are you applying for? *

When you indicate what position you are applying for, you will be taken to a general knowledge section. There you will find a series of questions that are designed to give us a better understanding of your overall experience in the electrical trade. This is not a pass or fail experience.

 
Apprentice General Knowledge Questions

The purpose of these questions is to give an indication of your general knowledge of the electrical trade. There are some basic math questions so have a calculator handy. 

This is not a pass or fail test.
 
Before we get started, do you have a current apprentice license? If so, what state and what is the license number? *

 
How many bends are allowed in a single run of conduit between pull boxes? *


 
You open a box in the middle of a conduit run. Inside are 3 wires, black,
gray and green. What does that tell you? *

 
What do the acronyms PPE and LOTO stand for? *

 
The main purpose of a transformer is to _______. *

 
Never approach a victim of an electrical injury until you _______. *

 
What are the three variables contained in “Ohm’s Law”? *

 
What is the ‘take-up’ for 1” EMT? *

 
18.642 ÷ 0.02 = *

 
10% of 44 = *

 
¼ + ½ = *

 
$2.00 + $21.34 + $8.23 = *

 
5,218 – 178 = *

 
34.56 / 10 = *

 
Round 34.5678 to the nearest Hundredth *

 
Round 425.8 to the nearest Tens *

 
Round 248 to the nearest Hundreds *

 
Which of the following is a fraction between 1/4 and 3/4? *


 
Which of the following is a '1900' box? *





 
Based on your experience we have more questions we are going to ask.

So, how many hours of experience do you have as an electrical apprentice? *

One year of full time employment equals approximately 2,000 hours.

 
Journeyman General Knowledge Questions

The purpose of these questions is to give an indication of your general knowledge and requirements for the installation/maintenance of electrical work. It is recommended to have a code book and calculator handy.

This is not a pass or fail test.
 
Before we get started, do you have a current journeyman's license? If so, what state and what is the license number? *

 
How many bends are allowed in a single run of conduit between pull boxes? *


 
How many cubic yards of concrete is required for 14 pole bases, each base is 24” in diameter, 4 foot is below grade, and 24” is above grade? *


 
You open a box in the middle of a conduit run. Inside are 3 wires, black,
gray and green. What does that tell you? *

 
What do the acronyms PPE and LOTO stand for? *

 
The main purpose of a transformer is to _______. *

 
Never approach a victim of an electrical injury until you _______. *

 
What are the three variables contained in “Ohm’s Law”? *

 
What is the ‘take-up’ for 1” EMT? *

 
For dwelling units, the Code requires a minimum of (Qty. & Amperage)
circuits for the kitchen small appliance load. *

 
The following questions are basic math. Using a calculator is okay.

 
18.642 ÷ 0.02 = *

 
10% of 44 = *

 
¼ + ½ = *

 
$2.00 + $21.34 + $8.23 = *

 
5,218 – 178 = *

 
34.56 / 10 = *

 
These questions will test your ability to navigate the code book.

It is our recommendation to have a current code book to use for this section.

Fill in the following Article or Table number from the NEC:
 
Motors *

 
Introduction *

 
Definitions *

 
Conductor Properties *

 
Wiring Methods *

 
Swimming Pools *

 
Conductor Ampacity *

 
Legally Required Standby Systems *

 
The following questions will test your knowledge about reading blueprints.

 
How many smoke detectors are shown? *

 
How many recessed lights are drawn on the plan? *

 
According to the current NEC, which rooms are required to be AFCI protected? *

 
What room has both a TV and telephone outlet? *

 
How many light fixtures are shown outside? *

 
According to the current NEC, how many 20a circuits would you run to the Master Bath? *

 
How many pairs of 3-way switches would be required to trim this section of the house? *

 
Tell us more about you...

This section asks questions about situations you've been in and how you handled it.
 
First {{answer_62327363}}, tell us about your training. What is your highest level of education you've completed? Include trade/apprenticeship programs and what certificate/diploma you received.

 
What safety certifications do have you?

Include any OSHA courses (OSHA 10, 30, etc.).
 
Now, tell us about your work experience. Where were you last or currently employed?

Just tell us about the most recent job.
 
And how much did you make at your last job?

 
If offered a position, when are you available to start work?

 
Describe some of your most recent projects.

 
What is on your personal check-list to ensure you are ready to leave the job daily?

 
How have you demonstrated safe work practices in your former job?

 
How strong are your math skills?

 
What would you do if a general contractor had a problem with the quality of your work?

 
Have you ever walked off of a job? If so, for what reason?

 
Give me an example of a time when you had little or no direction in solving an issue. What happened? What did you do?

 
Tell me about a suggested you made on the job that was implemented.

 
What procedures do you follow to prevent injuries on the job?

 
How do you prioritize the necessary tasks of a job?

 
Tell us about the biggest roadblocks you have encountered during a project. How did you resolve them?

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