Trade Category: FixerIndustrial Electrician

Industrial ElectricianWhat you do:

As an Industrial Electrician, you will be using your mind and body to work: inspecting, testing and repairing industrial equipment and electrical systems.

You will be inspecting, installing, maintaining, testing and repairing high-voltage industrial equipment and associated electrical and electronic controls. You’ll need to have a strong analytical skill set and good manual dexterity (working with your hands and eyes)

Industrial ElectricianCritical skills:

  • Strong analytical skills
  • Knowledge of how to use tools and equipment
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Physical fitness
  • Knowledge of Electrical motors, generators, alternators
  • Maintain hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems
  • Troubleshooting and repairing electrical systems

Trade Category: Fixer

Analytical, Dexterous, Independent, Mechanical, Precise, Resourceful, Systematic

Earn:


$73k Annually

$21.00 - $39.00 Hourly

Work hours:


40 hours per week, potential for overtime and shift work

What you learn:

  • Read and interpret drawings, blueprints and electrical code specifications
  • Install electrical components
  • Replace or repair electrical components including switchgears, generators and control systems
  • Keep maintenance records
  • Test electrical equipment for current, voltage and resistance

Who you work for:

As an Industrial Electrician, you would most likely work for electrical contractors and maintenance departments for factories and industrial establishments, and energy provider comapanies.

Types of Workplaces

  • Shipyards
  • Mines
  • Plants
  • Contractors
  • Factories
  • Oil and Gas Rigs

Who you‘ll work with:

You may work with a small team of Industrial Electricians or independently.

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