Join Our Team

We know our company is only as good as our employees. We guide, train, and invest in our apprentices and existing team members to ensure we continue to deliver at our highest standard.

We treat our employees like family. If you’re looking to start a new career in the electrical industry or level up in your career, we’d love to talk with you about one of the many opportunities to join our team!

Services

Since 1996, Price Electric has provided electrical services across Eastern Iowa and beyond. No matter the size or scope of our client’s project, our team continues to deliver high-quality electrical installations. From large industrial and commercial projects to residential wiring, we can do it all.

History

Back in 1996, Jeremy Price was a 23-year-old electrician working out of his garage. Two decades later, Price is proud to have more than 120 dedicated employees.

Price Electric handles commercial, residential, and industrial contracts and serves clients of any size.

Throughout the years and the growth of his company, Jeremy Price has remained focused on the two most essential parts of his business: employees and customers.

Many changes have occurred since Jeremy founded his business in the mid-’90s. But what hasn’t changed—and what will continue to be at the core of his company’s success—is his investment in its most precious commodity: people.

Trades Career Path

From the buildings we occupy to the roads we drive on, skilled trades workers keep our communities running strong.  One of the top factors in overall job satisfaction is the ability to apply your skills regularly. Our electrical apprentices receive on-the-job training and can draw on this experience every day.

Why choose this career path vs. college?

  • People in the skilled trades are essential.  They have built this country since it’s inception.  If skilled tradespeople disappeared tomorrow, society would grind to a halt.
  • In 2019, the construction and manufacturing industry grew by an average of 23,000 jobs per month.  Workers in this industry are highly intelligent and use math and science in their jobs every day. They have to learn to think outside the box, plan, predict problems, lead and mentor others, negotiate with customers, and industry partners.

Make More Money
A student choosing to go into a 4-year apprenticeship will graduate from the program earning more per hour than most 4-year graduates.  These same students will also have earned approximately $156,000 with no student loan debt. Peers who choose to go into a 4-year college program will spend over $83,000.  That is almost a $239,000 difference. Apprentices will be in a position to be earning $50,000 to $70,000 post on the job training.

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