Maintenance Electrician job duties include installing, maintaining, repairing, and servicing electrical power systems of buildings. Many of the service providers for electrical systems will work on industrial, commercial, and residential units. A standard day of work for a Maintenance Electrician begins by learning about the specific tasks. Electricians are assigned by employers to travel to a customer to address any electrical -related issues they have. Many electricians work alone but may have to collaborate with building engineers and architects. The job can consist of repairing normal wear on the electrical system, replacing a damaged or defective mechanical part, or adjusting equipment settings for better performance.
We have an immediate opening for an experienced Maintenance Electrician. Servicing, repairing, and installing electrical systems will be the Maintenance Electrician job responsibility. You will be required to travel to the customer’s locations to identify and guide the customer to improve their electrical requirements. Experience and knowledge with various electrical system equipment sizes are a must as we work with commercial and residential customers. Additionally, you will have duties to service the general maintenance checks, routine electronic maintenance, diagnose defects and cable problems, and major building electrical equipment installation will be required.
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The most common education held by Maintenance Electrician is a degree in Mechanical Technologies. While only a small percentage of all electricians have a 4-year degree, most have obtained apprenticeship or attending a technical school.
Based on the job and the experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for Maintenance Electrician in 2018 was $27.00/hour or $53,000 a year. The job market for Maintenance 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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