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  • High Voltage Electrician-China Lake (3)Human Potential Consultants(Central Valley, California)

    -Minimum Requirements: Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and at least 5 years of experience in the field. The HVECS shall have a strong knowledge and skill in the high voltage electricity trade and have obtained a minimum Level III Electrical Testing Technician (ETT) certification or equivalent proof of a four (4) year electrician apprenticeship program or 8,000 hours of electrical ...
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    Posted Wed 12th November

  • High Voltage Electrician (4)Human Potential Consultants(San Diego, California)

    Minimum Requirements: Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and at least 5 years of experience in the field. The HVECS shall have a strong knowledge and skill in the high voltage electricity trade and have obtained a minimum Level III Electrical Testing Technician (ETT) certification or equivalent proof of a four (4) year electrician apprenticeship program or 8,000 hours of electrical t...
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    Posted Wed 12th November

  • High Voltage Electrician (4)Human Potential Consultants(Ventura County, California)

    Minimum Requirements: Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and at least 5 years of experience in the field. The HVECS shall have a strong knowledge and skill in the high voltage electricity trade and have obtained a minimum Level III Electrical Testing Technician (ETT) certification or equivalent proof of a four (4) year electrician apprenticeship program or 8,000 hours of electrical t...
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    Posted Wed 12th November

Electrician Apprentice 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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