Responsibilities of a Master Electricians included installing and repairing electrical systems in residential, commercial, industrial spaces. To ensure systems function safely and efficiently, Master Electricians test, troubleshoot, and replace electrical components. Master Electricians have the experience to train and mentor other electricians.
A Master Electrician is an individual who has obtained many years of experience as an electrician and is the top-level electrician. They have the knowledge and expertise to install, maintain, and repair the most complex electrical systems. As the Master Electrician, a vital role in the position is to supervise apprentices and journeyman electricians’ work routinely.
We have an immediate opening for an experienced Master Electrician to conduct the installation and restoration of our customers’ electrical frameworks. Master Electrician’s tasks involve communication with customers and doing one’s inspections for the diagnosis of each job. For this position, you should be able to diagnose electrical failures quickly and provide excellent customer service.
To be a successful Master Electrician, you should be able to read blueprints, use diagnostic tools, and make decisions under pressure. As an excellent Master Electrician, you should have sound knowledge of your skills and the ability to pass on this knowledge to apprentices and journeyman electricians.
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Before becoming a Master Electrician, one must have years of experience as an electrician apprentice and as a journeyman. The electrical technology education a master electrician must have is more than 12,000 hours of supervised experience. In some states, they may need to pass a certification exam to become a Master Electrician.
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 Master Electrician in 2020 is $30.00/hour or $62,400 a year. The job market for Master 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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