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2nd Year Electrical Apprentice

Who You Are

You are a motivated 2nd-year electrical apprentice with a strong desire to learn and grow in the residential electrical trade. Your journey so far has been marked by a commitment to developing your skills and a keen interest in the electrical industry. You are eager to work alongside experienced electricians and contribute to high-quality electrical projects.

Your ability to work well independently and as part of a team is one of your strengths. You are a natural problem-solver, comfortable with taking initiative, and know when to seek guidance. You are direct, warm, and helpful, with a light-hearted disposition that helps you connect with clients and resolve issues effectively. Your dedication to providing a positive customer experience is evident in your kind and patient approach.

The Role In A Nutshell


As a 2nd-year apprentice electrician, you will be an integral part of our team, working alongside our experienced electricians to gain hands-on experience in the residential electrical trade. You will assist with the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and equipment, contributing to the success of our projects.


Success In the Role

  • To be successful in this role, you must excel in several key areas:

  • Teamwork and Independence: Seamlessly integrate into our team dynamic while also displaying strong independent working capabilities.

  • Initiative and Problem-Solving: Proactively take charge of situations and demonstrate problem-solving skills, especially in high-pressure scenarios.

  • Client Care: Prioritize the needs and satisfaction of clients, treating their homes with the utmost care and respect.

  • Quality Work and Efficiency: Deliver high-quality electrical work, balancing speed with attention to detail.

  • Learning and Growth: Actively engage in learning opportunities and demonstrate a willingness to develop your skills and knowledge.


Your success in this role is not just about technical expertise; it's about integrating into the Blais Electric ethos, building lasting relationships, and continuously striving for excellence in every aspect of your work.

Who is Blais Electric

At Blais Electric, we believe the true power in homes comes from the relationships and connections we forge, not just the wires and circuits. Our ethos is about creating sustainable, comfortable living spaces, deeply rooted in our passion for the electrical trade and the well-being it brings.

For over a decade, our dedication to positive change has earned the trust of the Guelph community, reflected in over 453 five-star ratings. Each project for us is an exciting journey, an opportunity to bring something special and break new ground.

What really sets us apart is our commitment to integrity and building lasting relationships. We value camaraderie, respect, and genuine connections, not only with our clients but also within our team and the broader trade community. At Blais Electric, we blend job satisfaction with fun, believing that the joy in our work translates to high-quality service. It's this approach that has earned us glowing recommendations and a proud standing in our field.


In essence, Blais Electric is more than an electrical company; we are a community of passionate professionals, committed to enriching lives, one connection at a time.


It’s Got To Be A Fit

We seek team members who strive for perfection, embrace lifelong learning, take full responsibility for their work, finish jobs thoroughly, think systemically to improve efficiency, and value feedback for growth.

Here’s What It Takes


We need a Journey Person or a 4th Year Apprentice with:

  • Eager to learn and develop skills in the electrical trade.

  • Comfortable working both independently and as part of a team.

  • A natural problem-solver with a positive attitude.

  • Committed to providing excellent customer service.

  • Has a vehicle and a G Class license.


Why You Want To Work Here

  • Competitive wage and full benefits.

  • Emphasis on work/life balance with 3 weeks paid vacation plus additional time off during Christmas.

  • 7 paid personal days per year

  • Opportunities for on-the-job training and professional development.

  • A supportive and team-oriented work environment.

  • $21-$23/hr to start

Please apply by emailing a cover letter outlining your residential experience as well as your resume ensuring you highlight your residential experience attention to Danille at

This position will remain open until the appropriate person is hired. 

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