Are you interested in joining our team? If so, contact Ryan Dew, Director of Human Resources and Safety, at rdew@midcityelectric.com.

Current Opportunities


Project Manager
We are looking for an experienced Project Manager/Estimator with a minimum of three years of experience in project management and estimating in electrical construction.  This highly ethical person always operates from integrity and makes decisions that are truthful, fair, and includes all interests.

This well-organized and prepared person will be responsible for reviewing the scope of electrical construction work including type of work, materials, project schedule and duration including defining the responsibilities for the project; using established estimating procedures and standards; coordinating and evaluating feedback from other areas of the company, project owner, and architect during the project’s construction process; participating in pre-bid, bid-review, and construction meetings; tracking job costs; providing for proper documentation of estimating and project management processes; and having a strong desire to be self-managed. This  person must have at least three years of project management and estimating experience in electrical construction, and be proficient with computer software estimating programs, proficient with MS Office Suite, email, internet, and project management software.  It is preferred that this responsive person have LEED AP Certification, a Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent (electrical apprenticeship), and actual field work experience in electrical construction and be highly proficient with Accubid estimating software.

If interested, submit resumes to Ryan Dew, Director of Human Resources, at rdew@midcityelectric.com.

Mid-City Electric is committed to equal opportunity employment and providing a work environment free of all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment.

To meet this goal, all qualified employees and prospective employees are recruited, selected, and trained without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, marital status, disability, national origin, veteran or military status, or any other legally protected status. All applicants are carefully screened and full consideration is given to their training, education, skills, experiences, growth potential, and previous work record.