Central Valley Industrial Electrician Jobs

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  • Industrial ElectricianOlam(Central Valley, California)

    Summary: This position is under the direction of the Electrical Supervisor and is at a qualified electrician level. Responsible for plant electrical control systems, wiring, and components. Safe repair of industrial electrical and mechanical equipment. Strong trouble-shooting abilities. Special project coordination and technical support. Essential Functions: This position is responsible for: · Abi...
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    Posted Wed 9th April

  • Maintenance ElectricianSimpson Strong-Tie(Central Valley, California)

    The primary function of the Maintenance Electrician is to support the facility and production operations by maintaining and repairing all aspects of equipment electrical systems and electronic controls. This role also supports plant infrastructure such as air compressors, air dryer systems, etc. The incumbent will report to the Maintenance Supervisor. Responsibilities include, but are not limited ...
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    Posted Mon 31st March

  • ElectricianInnovative Engineering Systems, Inc. (IES Engineering)(Central Valley, California)

    IES has excellent career opportunities for state certified electricians. Applicants must hold a current Electrician Certification number from the CA Department of Industrial Relations and have a minimum of four years’ experience. Industrial electrical experience is preferred. IES is located in Bakersfield, California. This is a regular, full time position. IES offers an extensive benefits package ...
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    Posted Tue 8th April

Central Valley Job Search Tip

It is the electrician's duty to repair, install, and maintain electrical systems in a home, building or complex. There are two fields of work for electricians: maintenance and construction. Ideally, the electrician will be adept in both areas. The trade is most commonly learned through vocational programs, which last an average of three to five years. As technology advances, so does the need for electricians, particularly maintenance electricians. An electrician may choose to work privately for a large company or remain self-employed.

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