A Journeyman Electrician is an individual who has obtained the required hours and passed their qualification exam as an apprentice. Journeyman Electrician’s job duties include electrical installation, repair, and maintenance. Under the supervision of a Master Electrician, a Journeyman Electrician works independently and with engineers, architects, and other electricians across various industries. A Journeyman Electrician ranks above an electrician apprentice and below a Master Electrician.
A Journeyman Electrician is a skilled tradesperson who has at least five years of experience in the industry. This type of electrician typically works as part of an electrical crew for larger projects, such as commercial buildings or power plants. In general, they are responsible for installing and repairing wiring systems that carry electricity from sources to various equipment like lights, phone lines, computers, appliances, and more.
Typically journeymen do not have their own crews but work with other professionals on large jobs where all necessary skills can be found under one roof. The lead electricians will assign tasks according to what each person does best while also coordinating everyone’s efforts to go smoothly without any mistakes or accidents happening along the way.
We have an immediate opening for an experienced and driven Journeyman Electrician to install and restore our customers’ electrical frameworks. A Journeyman Electrician’s tasks involve communicating with customers and conducting their inspections for diagnosis and each job. You should be comfortable with minimal supervision to carry out these and related our company’s standards for this position.
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Journeyman electrician must have obtained an entry-level position or an apprenticeship for an electrician for four to five years. The apprentice receives many on-the-job hours and experience to advance into the Journeyman Electrician position for each year completed of the apprenticeship.
Based on the job and the apprenticeship experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for Journeyman Electrician in 2019 was $27.01/hour or $53,000 a year. The job market for Journeyman Electricians over the next ten years looks to grow by 10%. Compensation and pay can vary based on your local city and state.
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