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  • Electrician, High Voltage (UNION)Chugach Alaska Corporation(Seattle, Washington)

    Description SUMMARY/GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB: Incumbent uses various tools, testing instruments and equipment to install, inspect, repair, maintain, adjust and troubleshoot various high voltage and peripheral low voltage systems/equipment up to 115KV. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & JOB FUNCTIONS: Performs work on various high voltage and peripheral low voltage systems/equipment up to 115KV. Installs, operat...
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  • Journeyman ElectricianHannah Solar Government Services(South/Charleston, South Carolina)

    Licensed Journeyman Electrician Hannah Solar Government Services JOB SUMMARY: Ø Assist with and perform electrical work on and off of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems EXPERIENCE: Ø 5 years commercial electrical installation, construction, and maintenance REQUIREMENTS: Ø Willing to travel extensively (50% of time or more) Ø Current electrical license in some state Ø Current driver’s license Ø Able t...
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  • HVAC SupervisorChugach Alaska Corporation(Seattle, Washington)

    Description SUMMARY/GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB: The incumbent’s primary duty and responsibility is to serve as the subject matter expert and manage the total work effort associated with operation, sustainment, restoration, and modernization of the HVAC/R, Chiller, Air Compressor, DDC equipment and systems including review and approval of contractor plans and procedures. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & JOB FUNC...
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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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