IMO-Bsecdone said:I work for a company that is using my lisence and they have made me the Electrical Service Manager. They want me to help build there electrical business. They are offering $50k a year.
Does this sound worth it?
Don't do it Bob! Your wife is going to have unlimited, no expiration date..." I told you you shoulda' never quit that job"...ooops, it's already too late.:whistlingTell me about it- try going from a corporate job making over $150k a year with full benefits, 401K, etc., and considering opening a one-man interior remodeling company. Or better yet, try to convince your wife that it's a "good idea"......lol.
Or, to make it more interesting for the company, $50K plus a percentage of all jobs, with the license holder overseeing all work. That way failure to perform doesn't guarantee a salary, but top performance does.IMO-
You should get 80k and have full controll of all the electrical projects in order to protect your license. In a sense you would and should be a company running within their company.
Just a thought. :cheesygri
hi jf, I have a electrical license and at this moment I am looking for a individual or company that want to use it. can you give an idea what can i do.Don't do it Bob! Your wife is going to have unlimited, no expiration date..." I told you you shoulda' never quit that job"...ooops, it's already too late.:whistling
At least you should have the estimating thing down pretty well...:thumbsup:
thank you for the advice, but at this moment I can not start myself, so can you give me an idea.In this State it makes it YOUR job. Your ins. will take the hits if 'their guys' do anything that results in a lawsuit.
Personally, I wouldn't allow anyone to work under my license. I also know of a few guys with a license that do nothing other than stamp projects and make a good living doing that and nothing else. I guess the end result is 'how far out do you want to stick your neck?'. The longer it is, the more apt it is to be cut off.