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Top 50 Apprentice Electrician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Apprentice Electrician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Apprentice Electrician resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.5% of Apprentice Electrician resumes contained RUN Conduit as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Apprentice Electrician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Apprentice Electrician

1. RUN Conduit
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Here's how RUN Conduit is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Pulled wire, install boxes, run conduit, installed receptacles, panels, switches, and light fixtures.
  • Run conduit, make terminations, pulling wire, wire in panels, read blueprints and lay out rooms.
  • Run conduit and pull wire to all electrical equipment and also do underground feeders.
  • Bend and run conduit raceways, help journeyman with all tasks at hand.
  • Run conduits, pull wires, and install circuits for electrically driven units.
  • Wire up lights, receptacles, and junction boxes Run conduit and feed wire
  • Pull wire * Run conduit * Make welding leads * Weld up fabricators
  • Pulled wire, run conduit and installed various types of lighting.
  • Run conduit for under underground service/ under slab circuits.
  • Measure and run conduit throughout buildings.
  • Bend pipe and run conduit.
  • Bend and run conduit, pull wire, install stop / start stations, utilize scissor lifts and JLG's.
  • Run conduit * Pull wire * Dig ditches
  • Run conduit, to wiring and pulling wire, setting up transforms ,bending pipe
  • Run conduit and wiring of panels, transformers, plugs, ect.
  • Learned to wire and install conveyer systems and run conduit.
  • Run conduit and pull wires to inverter and terminate wires to inverter.
  • Run conduit throughout buildings Install outlets, plugs, lights, switches Run telephone cable Install breakers
  • measure bend and run conduit (emt, rigid, aluminum, plastibond, pvc).
  • know how to use blue prins,run conduits,putting in devises and roughing walls

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2. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems including manufacturing plants, hospitals, and offices.
  • Assist journeyman electrician in the installation of electrical systems.
  • Installed and repaired commercial and residential electrical systems.
  • Monitored and tested various electrical systems.
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustments or repair.
  • Tested electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices.
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems in, manufacturing plants, medical facilities, and office buildings.
  • Install and maintain electrical systems, combine manual skill and knowledge of electrical materials and concepts.
  • Performed laboring duties related to the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Assisted in the instillation of new electrical systems in office and other office buildings.
  • Installed and wired electrical systems for multiple clients in the Anchorage area.
  • Worked on electrical systems for the barracks on base at Ft. Jackson.
  • Assist in installing electrical systems, either below 40,000 watts or above.
  • Assist with installation of electrical systems for commercial purposes.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical systems.
  • Install and repair building electrical systems.
  • Trained in electrical systems installation.
  • Assist in maintenance Installation of electrical systems Testing of all types of electrical systems
  • help wire buildings *help clean up *worked on commercial projects on large electrical systems

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3. Light Fixtures
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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Gained extensive experience in wiring new homes, building services, trimming devices, hanging light fixtures, and troubleshooting circuits.
  • Performed residential troubleshooting & installation work on ceiling fans, light fixtures, fluorescent lights, etc.
  • Pull and terminate wires at receptacles, switches, light fixtures, panels, and disconnects.
  • Install Light fixtures, plugs, switches, disconnects, test, and troubleshoot circuits.
  • Experience in installing light fixtures, as well as raceways and wiring for electrical systems.
  • Remodeled, fabricated, and installed commercial grade receptacles, switches and light fixtures.
  • Installed switches, light fixtures, receptacles, service upgrades and conduit when needed.
  • Installed electrical outlets, light fixtures, phone wiring and cable systems.
  • Pull wire and install four square boxes for outlets and light fixtures.
  • Run cables, attach all outlets, light fixtures.
  • Changed transformers and ballast from light fixtures.
  • Installed light fixtures, and outlet receptacles.
  • Mount and splice boxes and light fixtures.
  • Install fixtures and retrofit light fixtures
  • Pull wire and terminate in junction and outlets, light fixtures Lightning protection with Keystone Holmes main office in
  • Installed fans, light fixtures, services and other electrical appliances (e.g.
  • Wired new and remodeled homes Installed light fixtures, plugs, and switches
  • bend conduit pull wire and terminate outlets and light fixtures.
  • Pulled and ran wiring Installed conduit and light fixtures
  • Installed light fixtures, recepticles, etc..

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4. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective or worn parts, and reassembled equipment, using hand tools.
  • Thread conduit ends, connected couplings, and fabricated and secured conduit support brackets, using hand tools.
  • Measured, cut, and bent wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems, apparatus and electrical components, using test equipment and hand tools.
  • Drilled holes and pulled or pushed wiring through openings, using hand tools.
  • Adjust and bend wire and conduit, using measurement instruments and hand tools.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, utilizing hand tools and power tools.
  • Bolt component parts together to form tower assemblies, using hand tools.
  • Spliced cables, using hand tools, epoxy, or mechanical equipment.
  • Construct and fabricate parts, using hand tools and specifications.
  • Specialized in how to use hand tools and power tools.
  • Lift operations and use of all basic hand tools.
  • Used tools such as cable reels, stripping tools, cable cutters, power hand tools.
  • Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure tools.
  • Measured, cut, and bend wire in conduit upt o 4", using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Operated milling machine, drill press, used hand tools, assembled electro-mechanical products, soldering and testing devises.
  • Readied and assembled electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, using specifications and hand tools.
  • Use electric threaded.. Use power tools and hand tools.
  • Use of a wide range of tools such as grinders,benders,voltmeters,and general hand tools.

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5. EMT
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Here's how EMT is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Helped layout and strapped PVC and EMT conduits in new construction, used fish tape reel and installed wheel chair lift
  • Worked with Rigid, EMT, underground PVC, Seal-Tights, Seal-Offs for petroleum stations, and explosion proof work.
  • Perform basic electrical duties, basic plumbing, basic piping (copper, PVC, EMT & Explosion Proof).
  • Installed and formed conduit including PVC, EMT, and rigid sizes ranging from 1/2 to 4 inches.
  • Install, and bend EMT conduit in a commercial environment, while abiding by city codes and regulations.
  • Possess the ability to install EMT, lighting, electrical gear and other commercial electrical components.
  • Worked with Rigid, EMT, underground PVC, and explosion proof work.
  • Read blueprints * Pull wire * Bend pipe * Run conduit 3/4, 2 1/5 EMT
  • Assist with the laying, bending, and cutting of pipes; EMT.
  • Install, bend, and thread EMT and rigid conduit.
  • Install rigid, EMT, flex, and PVC conduits.
  • Pull wire, run EMT, and motor controls.
  • Pull Wire and Bend Pipe EMT and Rigid.
  • Size and install rigid, emt, cable tray, disconnects, service laterals, and wire.
  • Do layout for can lights and run emt.
  • Run emt, cut and bend.
  • Experienced with Pvc underground work, Mc and Flex rough in and running and bending EMT conduit.
  • Run emt pvc pipe on commercial and industrial buildings.
  • Panel Layouts Running EMT and Rigid Conduit Piping & wiring Read blue prints
  • Run emt (1/2"-4"), mc, pvc, etc for data centers.

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6. New Construction
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Here's how New Construction is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical related wiring and installations for commercial and residential construction projects, including new constructions, retrofits, and remodels.
  • Executed and developed expertise in electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial construction projects including new construction, remodels, and retrofits,
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for residential construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, remodels and apartment complexes.
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation residential construction projects, including new construction and custom homes.
  • Performed all Apprentice Electrician duties in new construction and remodels in residential and commercial environments.
  • Maintained electrical service by diagnosing and repairing electrical problems accompanied with new construction installation.
  • Coordinated inspections for contractor performed work in renovations and new construction projects.
  • Experienced in residential new construction and residential remodeling and additions.
  • Experience in new construction and tenant improvement projects with the occasional service calls.
  • Installed electrical components on new construction projects per blueprint and NEC specifications.
  • Installed wiring for residential, commercial, new construction and remodels.
  • Completed tear-down of existing structures and prepared for new construction.
  • Assisted journeyman in new construction of refining facilities.
  • Installed electrical cabling on new construction ships.
  • Worked in remodeling and new constructions.
  • work closely with lease operators and production foreman with any new construction or maintenance on locations.
  • Worked on new construction and remodels; troubleshot circuits, ran conduit and Panduit.
  • Read schematics for wiring of new construction Supported the rewiring of new additions
  • assist in new construction and existing service work.
  • Wire new constructions and remodels Order Materials Assist Master Electrician

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7. Circuit Breakers
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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and repaired electrical equipment such as circuit breakers, conduit systems, fixtures, wall sockets, plugs and switches.
  • Maintained electronic controls for businesses and industries connecting circuit breakers, transformers, outlets, or other components.
  • Installed and connected wires to circuit breakers, transformers, outlets, electrical components, electrical systems.
  • Installed underground, thin wall, and rack mounted conduit systems, circuit breakers, and fuses.
  • Connect all types of wires to circuit breakers, transformers, outlets, and other components.
  • Replace faulty circuit breakers, fuses, switches, electrical and electronic components, or wire.
  • Installed, tested and modified circuit breakers, controls, fuses, lights and motors.
  • Install lighting and circuit breakers Replace old fuse boxes Running conduit Pulling wires
  • Install and maintain motors, lighting fixtures, circuit breakers, receptacles.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components.
  • Installed and connected wires to circuit breakers, transformers.
  • Install lighting, electrical outlets and circuit breakers.
  • Connected wires to circuit breakers.
  • Installed transformers, circuit breakers, switches, CCVT's and PTS.
  • Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers Dig trenches or holes for installation of conduit or supports.
  • Install and maintain wiring and lighting systems Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers
  • inspect electrical components such as circuit breakers.
  • Repaired light fixtures, wired receptacles form circuit breakers, demolotions and renovations.Managed a staff of four to six employees.
  • Worked extensively on three-phase, 277/480 volt power distribution systems .Connected wires to circuit breakers and transformers.
  • Installed electric lighting Installed circuit breakers and fuses Performed Installation of electric services Performed conduit bending Conductor terminations and splices

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8. High Voltage
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Here's how High Voltage is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Examined and created solutions for high voltage electrical systems issues and worked on a three-phase 277/480 volt power distribution system.
  • Work high voltage crew, changing wires, changing of ballets, setting outside pole lights, setting of transformers.
  • Whipped in high voltage motors ranging from 5 to 50 hp, for agricultural, industrial and commercial applications.
  • Developed skills in termination, use of electrician tools, high voltage work, and troubleshooting.
  • Install cable tray for both high voltage and low voltage signal and control wire.
  • Worked with low and high voltage wiring, voice and data.
  • Learned correct installation of low and high voltage wiring systems.
  • Gained experience installing both low voltage and high voltage wiring.
  • Installed Cat5E/6 and high voltage wiring and performed electrical troubleshooting.
  • Examined and created solutions for high voltage electrical system issues.
  • Install and test low to high voltage power systems.
  • Worked on power lines & high voltage panels.
  • Worked with high voltage and low voltage electricity.
  • Established grounding for high voltage distribution panels.
  • Worked in High Voltage lines.
  • Examined and created solutions for high voltage electrical system issues.Consistently worked to code on all projects, utilizing drawings and manuals.
  • Installed and serviced high voltage lighting, ran conduit when needed.
  • Installed and serviced high voltage lighting.
  • Performed maintenance on high voltage equipment Ran conduit & Pulled wire Installed circuits & lighting Print Reading
  • Assisted journeymen in installation of high voltage Maintained clean jobsite Knowledge in commercial and residential electric Experienced in terminations

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9. PVC
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Here's how PVC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Performed physically demanding tasks, such as installing ridged PVC in trenches to lay conduit and moving and lifting heavy objects.
  • Assisted Journeyman in calculation for bending, running conduit and feeding wires through raceway; EMT, PVC and RMC.
  • Pulled wire ran PVC conduit and attached any Pit Fans and Exhaust fans for those new Hog Barns.
  • Run ground wire, CAD weld ground to beam, and placed risers for underground PVC connections.
  • Installed all varieties of raceways from PVC coated rigid to wire molding and cable tray.
  • Routed cables through various sizes of cable trays and/or underground through PVC conduit.
  • Cut, thread, and install rigid and PVC coated rigid conduit.
  • Installed all underground PVC for electrical room and service entrance for building.
  • Run PVC SCH 40 underground piping for electrical boxes and feeders.
  • Installed ridge and PVC conduit infrastructure.
  • Learned to bend, install and thread Rigid, EMT, and PVC pipe.
  • Run EMT, PVC, and rigid conduit.
  • Learned to bend conduit with foot and electronic benders from inch to 4 inch EMT, PVC and ridged.
  • Dig trenches for underground installation of conduit or pvc pipe.
  • Learned how to repair broken PVC pipe in concrete
  • Pull wire, bending conduit, set of boxes, doing some underground work with Pvc pipe.
  • Run all home runs in 3/4 and 1inch and 1 1/4 in pvc.
  • Lay conduit and pvc pipes, run wiring through out a dwelling.
  • Install recepticals Run Conduit, EMT, PVC, Rigid Troubleshoot wiring Install circuit breakers Install breaker panels and transformers
  • Bend Pipe Operated boom-lift & forklift Pull wire Wring & re-wiring recipiticals Hang lights Dug holes for pvc pipe

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10. Alarm Systems
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Here's how Alarm Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Tested and installed thermostats, motion/infrared detectors and fire alarm systems for operation in public buildings (churches/jails/hospitals).
  • Installed lighting, fire alarm systems, uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), battery and fuel back-up systems.
  • Read blueprints and make necessary adjustments for CCTV and fire alarm systems in various locations.
  • Installed commercial fire alarm systems in compliance with local, state, and national code.
  • Assisted the service provider in the testing of the alarm systems at Newark public schools.
  • Installed, troubleshot and tested fire alarm systems in numerous commercial structures.
  • Installed raceway, wiring, and devices for telecommunications and Fire Alarm Systems
  • Installed conduit, wiring, and devices to existing fire alarm systems.
  • Assisted in the installation of vent hoods and fire alarm systems.
  • Installed fire alarm systems, smoke and heat detectors.
  • Assisted in installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems.
  • Installed fire alarm systems and emergency backup power systems.
  • Monitored fire alarm systems and maintained emergency call boxes.
  • Alarm Systems (data cabling and control panels)
  • Lead technician for low voltage fire alarm systems.
  • Installed lights, fire alarm systems.
  • Maintained and tested fire alarm systems.
  • Fire alarm systems installation and troubleshooting problems Install fans, light fixtures, receptacles, switches, and appliances Stock management
  • Alarm systems and other powered monitoring equipment Worked with minimal supervision Accomplished all task in a timely manner
  • Pull feeder cables * Run pipes for Vesda alarm systems * Wiring light fixtures

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11. Trouble Shooting
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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Trouble shooting and correcting electrical problems in residential and commercial setting.
  • Trouble shooting electrical problems and electrical maintenance.
  • Wire pulling, Roughing in walls and trimming, Terminating, Pipe bending, Reading blue prints, and Trouble shooting
  • Go out on call outs for maintenance and trouble shooting to various locations installing various electrical apparatus and maintaining them.
  • Used trouble shooting and critical thinking skills to diagnose and find the root of problems while thinking logically about solutions.
  • Experienced in installation and bending of conduit, trouble shooting, load calculations, appliance installation and problem solving.
  • Support the journeyman in the inspection of trouble shooting and replacement of electrical power distributions and emergency systems.
  • Ask me for my Navy and Electronics background both in trouble shooting and building of circuit boards.
  • Trouble shooting and making repairs to all systems in a commercial building environment.
  • Assisted electricians with installation and repair panels, meters, and trouble shooting.
  • Major and minor electrical installation, trouble shooting, and repair.
  • Installed devices, pulled wire and basic trouble shooting.
  • Performed trouble shooting and testing of different electrical circuits.
  • Trouble shooting, low voltage cat5, fire safety.
  • Trouble shooting, cutting in boxes, plugging and switching
  • Trouble shooting and wiring for all Program Logic Controls.
  • Trouble shooting, wall packs, outdoor lighting.
  • Trouble shooting Old work, new work construction
  • Trouble Shooting, installing circuits, breakers, plugs, switches, lights and boxes.
  • Have some trouble shooting skills, some conduit bending,and wire pulling.

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12. Control Panels
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Here's how Control Panels is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Configured binary addresses for smoke/heat/CO2 detectors for fire alarm control panels.
  • Fabricated stands for electrical panels Wired control panels Pulled wire
  • Wired control panels for experimental automotive testing equipment.
  • Run and terminate wire in control panels in substation control room out underground to substation breakers and switches.
  • Measured, cut and installed frameworks and conduit to support and connect wiring control panels and junction boxes.
  • Wire motor control panels with PLC, VFD and CNC applications, all conforming to the NEC.
  • Installed conduit, wiring, f ire alarm, control panels, panel boards and transformers.
  • Assisted with the installation on HMI control panels, as well as cable junctions.
  • Used a variety of skills in the repair and installation of wiring control panels.
  • Install, test, and operate control panels for large scale A.C. units.
  • Helped build electrical panels from junction boxes to motor control panels.
  • Install raceways, Brackets, Supports, Conductors, Control Panels.
  • Installed control panels, relays, and SCADA systems.
  • Installed wiring and components into industrial control panels.
  • Wire Termination for large automation control panels by following schematics given.
  • Install and terminate VFD's, motors of various voltages, and build and install pump control panels.
  • Experienced with cable trays, control panels, switchgears, terminations.
  • Wire up control panels, heater panels and generators..
  • Job Responsibilities: 1) Construction of control panels, wiring, testing, and trouble shooting systems
  • Make house calls , climb into an attic , make control panels , fick wire thru pvc pipe , repair sprinkler systems

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13. Job Site
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Here's how Job Site is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Operated a heavy all terrain forklift to move materials to the appropriate job site locations in a safe and timely manner.
  • Worked in the prefabrication shop assisting with orders for different job sites, as directed from the journeyman on those sites.
  • Assist Journeyman Electrician on job sites, supervise lighting projects, run equipment and use necessary tools as required by job.
  • Supervised job sites from the ground up covering all aspects of the residential electrical trade.
  • Warehouse work, stocking, pulling orders for job sites, inventory and paper work.
  • Recognized how the job site is laid out and how to work around in it.
  • Installed conduit, wire, panels, devices and motors on commercial job sites.
  • Remove and dispose of excess debris, tools, and equipment from job site.
  • Created documentation for part lists and estimation materials for individual job sites.
  • Set up temporary power, lighting and panels on multiple job sites.
  • Performed Job Site Risk Assessments and maintained safe work environments.
  • Provide daily work orders to superintendent on job sites.
  • General job site maintenance, housekeeping, and inventory duties
  • Worked at residential job sites and small commercial properties.
  • Delivered items to job sites.
  • Unload and load supplies on the job site.
  • Assisted in installing electrical systems for commercial buildings Prefab small electrical panels for temporary power at different job sites
  • Worked on various job sites including several different high-rises in downtown, too several fresh construction projects around the Houston area.
  • Joined journeymen and master electricians on job sites to learn best practices and techniques for common commercial jobs.
  • Assisted journeymen with the install of conduit, wire, panels, devices, motors and cabletray on commercial job sites.

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14. MC
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Here's how MC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Get materials together, pull cable, install plugs and switches, run MC, change light fixtures.
  • Cored drilled holes, mounted conduit pipe on concrete walls, ran MC wire threw stud walls.
  • Worked at the National Cathedral School installing light fixtures and plugs, running pipe and pulling MC.
  • Pulled conductors ranging from copper #12 through 600 MCM and fiber optic data cable.
  • Pull and run electric cables to conduits and MCC unit.
  • Pulled MC armored cable to designated circuits.
  • Trouble shoot from MCC to instruments.
  • Worked with all types of conduit (PVC, EMT, IMC, and Galvanized Tubing).
  • Installed many types of conduit including: EMT, RMC, and PVC.
  • Pull wire up to 500 MCM conductors and MCHL cable.
  • Bend conduit, run wire, run MC Cable.
  • Installed MC and PLC units.
  • Instaled conduit, MC wire and devices for the new alarm system, lighting and all devices associated
  • Assist construction crew running Okonite cable from Motor Control Center (MCC) to wellhead power boxes.
  • Install exit lights and can light, using mc cable for wiring.
  • Assist in the assembly of MCCs by running cables and installing cable tray
  • Run mc cable to 4 square boxes, splicing wires and connecting joints.
  • Control wiring, MCC, Heat trace, Transformers, Alarms, Distribution, Switchgear from low voltage to 13.8 Kv.
  • pull wire bend pipe hook up J boxes run mc wire hook up outlets
  • Measure, bend, and cut "EMT and PVC conduit and ran mc cables.

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15. Loose Connections
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Here's how Loose Connections is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Examined electrical equipment for loose connections and/or broken insulation and tightened connections.
  • Examined electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation.
  • Inspect components of industrial equipment for accurate assembly and installation or for defects, such as loose connections or frayed wires.
  • Examined electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tightened connections, using hand tools.
  • Examine systems to locate problems such as loose connections or broken insulation.
  • Check for loose connections or broken insulation, Maintaining vehicles & equipment.
  • Examine electrical units for loose connections using hand tools.
  • Check for loose connections, broken insulation.
  • Examine electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections Drill holes and pull or push wiring through openings.
  • Examine electrical units for loose connections and out of order insulation and make connections tighter, using hand tools.
  • Examine electrical units fornloose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections, using handtools.

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16. Inspect Parts
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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.

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17. Service Calls
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Here's how Service Calls is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Service calls to troubleshoot residential and commercial electrical problems.
  • Applied knowledge in the field for troubleshooting, installing, service calls, and renovations.
  • Worked in the residential field, on new homes as well as service calls.
  • Work with customers, provide suggestions, troubleshoot, and service calls.
  • Performed routine service calls for homeowners, business owners, and builders.
  • Assisted in electrical service calls, and installed several electrical devices.
  • Supervised a crew of up to 5 on service calls.
  • Service Calls are often attended to as soon as possible.
  • Repair lighting, service calls, trouble shooting.
  • Conducted service calls daily and dealt with customers.
  • Service calls, consultations, and estimating.
  • Service calls, trouble shoot electrical issues.
  • Service calls to existing homes.
  • Executed daily service calls, learned all aspects of residential including cable, phone, networking and alarms pre-wiring and installation.
  • Assist C-10 licensed electrician with commercial and residential projects and service calls Contracted with Allied Technologies, City of Industry.
  • Completed all wiring in house on new builds, while multi-tasking between service calls and new build projects.
  • Perform service calls pertaining to the electrical field Electrical installations at the Kennedy Space Center
  • worked on residential and commercial did service calls
  • Home Wiring Home Automation Custom Lighting Service Calls
  • worked on residential and comercail buildings did service calls worked on industrial

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Here's how Switch Gear is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Gained experience in inside wiring, underground wiring, fiber optics, conduit runs, transformers, and switch gears.
  • Assemble, install, or repair wiring, electrical, pipe systems, machinery, or switch gear equipment.
  • Assisted journeyman in installing switch gear, transformers, generators, and high voltage panel from120v to 480v.
  • Wired in new bin fans, switch gears, limit switches and other various devices on grain sites.
  • Executed daily operations of preventative maintenance on electrical panels, motor controls, and switch gears.
  • Helped install power backups such as switch gears, UPS's and power generators.
  • Assist with installation of transformers, switch gears, high voltage terminations and testing.
  • Installed and wired lighting fixtures, retrofitted switch gear systems and emergency power.
  • Roughed in new switch gear and panels in a new high school.
  • Operate forklifts to transport switch gear, equipment to designated areas.
  • Installed and tested switch gears for connection to power grid.
  • Mounted service panels and switch gear.
  • Install switch gear and cable tray
  • Build pads, protective enclosures, land and terminate switch gears, pull 6k ft. of 350 wire.
  • Installed electrical components such as switch gear, mccs, hvac units on portable modular buildings.
  • Help pull 600 750 mc from Centerpoint Transformer to switch gear inside building.
  • pull wire , terminate panels and switch gears.
  • Run & Bend Rigid Conduit Terminate Cable Tray Change out Switch Gear Change out Transformers & Panels
  • Install Conduit *Install Switch Gear *Install Breaker Panels *Pull Wire *Terminate Wire
  • Installed and troubleshot VFDs for pump jacks Installed switch gear, plcs, vfds, mdps, etc.

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20. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems including manufacturing plants, restaurants, and offices in order to meet OSHA standards.
  • Understand all safety requirements required by OSHA and how to ensure not only self but other adhere to them.
  • Know, follow and hold others accountable to the safety policy, program and OSHA standards.
  • Complied with all safety regulations including OSHA and personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines.
  • Observe NEC and state regulations; and safety practices according to OSHA.
  • Enforce code/safety regulations set by the NEC, City/State Authorities and OSHA.
  • Conformed to quality control standards, OSHA requirements and electrical codes.
  • Received OSHA training on rules and regulations.
  • Complied with all safety procedures, OSHA.
  • Completed OSHA 10 hr safety, CPR, Ariel And Scissor Lift.
  • Complied with codes and government rules (OSHA).
  • Service calls OSHA 10, MSHA, CPR/First Aid
  • Maintained a safe work environment by observing and following all safety standards and procedures; complying with OSHA and Company Standards.
  • Awarded Certificate of International Association of Electrical Inspectors / 1996 * Completed OSHA Construction Safety and Health training / 1995
  • Wire pulling and trim make up Blueprint reading, National Electrical Code updates and OSHA safety.
  • Know and conduct myself to OSHA regulations Oversee small projects with new employees
  • Apprentice Electrician Colorado Contractors Association OSHA 10 hour
  • Complete all new construction wiring * Handle industrial equipment * Stay up to date with all OSHA regulations
  • Obtained Twic card, 10 hour Osha certificate , Gilbane and Harvey safety certified.
  • Summer job at my school Awards & Certificates " Osha 10 (Oct. 12) Extracurricular Activities soccer

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Here's how PLC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked on a lot of control wiring from hooking up relays and PLC's to Time clocks.
  • Program PLC's, resulting in better process times and operator safety.
  • Control wiring for motors and PLC systems and all types of instrumentation.
  • Experienced in the installation and maintenance of PLC and DCS systems.
  • Limited knowledge of Mitsubishi and Allen Bradley PLC's.
  • Installed PLC's and preformed routine maintenance.
  • Installed lights and PLC cabinets.
  • Installed PLC for baggage conveyor.
  • Installed PLC's, cable tray, conduit, limit switches, and transformers
  • Wire in panels for PLC.
  • Experience working with PLC's.
  • Pulled wire and terminated all Plc inputs/outputs, instruments and assisted maintenance on start up checkout.
  • Helped with the upgrade and installation from relay logic to plc controls in the extrusion presses.
  • Wired Pumps, motors, Plc's and any other basic electrical panels.
  • Terminated conductors for motors, PLCs, fire alarm/communication systems and electrical panels.
  • Set PLC cabinets and switchgear according to the document drawings.
  • Installed and wired PLCs with their respectable inputs and outputs
  • Worked on Industrial motor controlls and PLC's.
  • Install and wire PLCs and motor control centers.
  • Have experience on programming of Allen-Bradley RSLogix 500 and RSLogix 5000 PLC's and Emerson process Delta V system.

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22. Residential Homes
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Here's how Residential Homes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Performed primarily high end residential homes
  • Dig trenches and install conduit to convert overhead utilities to underground feed for a number of residential homes.
  • Measure, cut, and put up sheet rock for new construction of residential homes.
  • Installed fans, light fixtures, plugs, switches and electrical appliances in residential homes.
  • Bend and run conduit, pull wire and disperse throughout residential homes, also finish work
  • Installed electrical wiring in residential homes, businesses, and commercial and industrial buildings.
  • Worked with Master Electrician and several Journeymen while wiring residential homes and offices.
  • Install circuit boxes in new construction residential homes, and remodeled residential homes.
  • Answered service calls in residential homes such as electrical trouble-shooting and repair.
  • Mastered all types of electrical service installing for residential homes.
  • Serviced residential homes under the supervision of a journeyman.
  • Run new power lines in new residential homes.
  • Wired residential homes as well as adding fixtures.
  • Performed wiring for new construction in residential homes.
  • Assisted with service upgrades in residential homes.
  • Wired and finished new residential homes, townhomes, and condominiums in eastern Maryland and south eastern Pennsylvania for Ryan Homes.
  • Install and wire inverters, combiner boxes, and inside/outside disconnects for residential homes.
  • Wired and finished new residential homes, townhomes, and condominiums.
  • Experience in residential work.Renovating homes, wiring devices, running wire, troubleshooting, and upgrading panels in residential homes.
  • Wired residential homes and commercial businesses Have completed first 2 years of schooling at blong technical college

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Here's how Wire Ends is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Stripped insulation from wire ends, using wire stripping pliers, and attached wires to terminals for subsequent soldering.
  • Soldered connections and crimped connectors to wire ends, using soldering iron and pliers.
  • Identify Positive and Negative WiresCut, Strip and Crimp Wire EndsAttatch Male and Female Connectors
  • Cut insulation from wire ends and attached wires to terminals from subsequent soldering.
  • Stripped insulation from wire ends, and attached wires to live terminals.
  • Stripped insulation from wire ends.

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24. Test Equipment
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Here's how Test Equipment is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Selected and used test equipment to perform operational and functional checks of electrical circuits and equipment.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems using test equipment and hand tools to locate the cause of a breakdown and to correct the problem.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, utilizing test equipment and hand tools for fault identification and correction.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning apparatuses, such as transformers, motors and lighting fixtures, using test equipment.
  • Diagnosed and replace malfunctioning electrical components using the right test equipment or hand/power tools.
  • Utilized hand tools, test equipment, ohmmeters, voltmeters and oscilloscopes.
  • Diagnosed equipment problems using manuals, schematics, and various test equipment.
  • Clean and maintain tools, test equipment, and motor vehicles.
  • Measured signal strength at utility poles, using electronic test equipment.
  • Diagnose malfunctioning systems and components, using test equipment.
  • Determine the cause of equipment failure using test equipment.
  • Test equipment and correct problems of electrical systems.
  • Reassemble and test equipment after repairs.
  • Use basic electrical test equipment.
  • Traced and diagnosed malfunctions with hand tools and test equipment such as multi-meters.
  • Experience working with hand tools, power tool and electronic test equipment..
  • Work with necessary hand tools and test equipment such as multi-meters.
  • Test equipment used Simpsons, Megers, Amp Probe and Wiggins
  • Tested wiring connections with test equipments such as volt/ohmmeters and oscilloscopes.
  • Use test equipment and hand tolos, to locate the cuase of a break down and fix the problema.

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25. Test Meter
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Here's how Test Meter is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Trained by master electricians to properly trace out short circuits in wiring, using test meters.
  • Performed diagnosis in malfunctioning systems, and traced shorted circuits in wiring using test meters.
  • Traced out underground problem circuits of damaged lines with test meter.
  • Find short circuits in wiring with test meter.
  • Install copper-clad ground rods, using a manual post driver Trace out short circuits in wiring, using test meter.
  • Traced out short circuits in wiring, used test meter Insulation and modification of lighting and electrical circuits

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26. Scissor Lifts
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Here's how Scissor Lifts is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked mostly from electric-hydraulic scissor lifts.
  • Work at heights utilizing scissor lifts, boom lifts, ladders, and scaffolding while properly using appropriate fall protection.
  • Utilized hand/power tools, electric jacks, forklifts, concrete jackhammers, and scissor lifts to complete projects.
  • Crawl into tight spaces, onto ladders, operate scissor lifts and work in attics to complete projects.
  • Experience with aerial equipment scissor lifts and various height ladders to access install locations above room ceilings.
  • Fabricated conduit, installed wire, operated boom lifts and scissor lifts, made cat 5e terminations.
  • Operated a variety of equipment including boom lifts, excavators, forklifts, and scissor lifts.
  • Worked with multiple power tools and rough terrain forklifts, warehouse forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Have experience and training in operating boom lifts, forklifts, and scissor lifts.
  • Certified on areal lifts, forklifts, lull s, and scissor lifts.
  • Operated various lifts such as scissor lifts, boom lifts, etc.
  • Operated Scissor lifts and such tools as benders and knock out sets
  • Serviced from ladders, scissor lifts, and snorkel lifts.
  • Experience in operating boom & scissor lifts.
  • Operated platform lifts and scissor lifts.
  • Operated scissor lifts and forklifts.
  • Certified to operate scissor lifts.
  • Experience with scissor lifts, high reach man lift (JLG), and forklifts.
  • Worked off of many different ladders and scaffolds and driving and working off of scissor lifts n boom lifts.
  • Drive scissor or boom lifts Skills Used Operating boom and scissor lifts & bending counduit.

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Here's how Hvac is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed light fixtures, breaker/fuse panels, ran new wiring for HVAC units, repaired HVAC units and other equipment.
  • Installed lights, ceiling fans, outlets, and switches, Accomplishments -Acquired approximately 2 years of HVAC experience.
  • Completed residential rough-ins including devices boxes, light boxes, light fixtures, and electrical connections to HVAC.
  • Installed high and low voltage HVAC wiring for both commercial and residential customers, telephone and cable wiring.
  • Read and follow blueprints for lighting, power distribution load centers, general outlet circuits and HVAC.
  • Experience with commercial, residential, HVAC, landscape, new, and old construction.
  • Cross-trained with the plumbing department and HVAC to cooperate with other maintenance departments.
  • Apprentice Electrician: Assisted in the installation of HVAC equipment and electrical wiring.
  • Installed and maintained lighting, power, fire, communications and HVAC systems.
  • Provided power and controls to motors, HVAC, and other equipment.
  • Do control wiring on a Honeywell HVAC system.
  • Installed and troubleshot HVAC equipment and controls.
  • Wired HVAC units and disconnects.
  • Wired electrical and HVAC equipment.
  • Installed hydraulic/pneumatic equipment, and Hvac maintenance.
  • Do control wiring on a Trane HVAC system, and do wiring on a Simplex fire alarm system.
  • Worked 3 to 4 days a week, wiring units for Victory HVAC out of Bellingham, MA.
  • Can interact with Plumbers, Drywallers, HVAC and other trades for building rough in inspections.
  • Do control wiring on Honeywell, Siemens, and Trane HVAC systems.
  • Install residential and commercial wiring Complete HVAC maintenance Assist with installing furnaces and A/C units

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28. Romex
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Here's how Romex is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Utilized EMT, Flex, MC and NM cable (Romex) in the installation of plugs, switches and interior/exterior
  • Cut, bent, and replaced metal conduit, romex wire, fish tape, and installed proper wire.
  • Pulled Romex, ran underground, installed generators, and made sure that they ran properly.
  • Run romex wire in apartments, EMT, PVC, and Armored cable in breezeways.
  • Experience with running and installing MC cable, THHN, and Romex wiring.
  • Experience with cloth, Romex, and BX metal-clad wire types.
  • Prepped rooms to run romex wire for power supply.
  • Performed rough installations with MC, Romex and pipe.
  • Pulled mostly romex and trim out electrical devices.
  • Run Romex, setup can lights, Panels.
  • Roped condo's using Romex according to prints.
  • Install electrical piping, wiring, and Romex.
  • Pulled feeders and Romex for branch circuits in multi-family apartments
  • Single Family Apartment homes Ran romex, rough ins, & trim work.
  • Pulled mc and romex wiring in metal and wood studs.
  • Pulled MC cable, Romex cable and aluminum flex .
  • Pulled wire all sorts mc,Romex, high voltage.
  • Install boxes for mc and romex .
  • Worked on new construction builds of apartment complexes Ran/Installed Romex MC cable PVC EMT
  • Run conduit Run romex Commercial Residential Installed services Grounding Installed generators Outside lights 1200 hours

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Operated variety of heavy equipment.
  • Work with/install electrical components, work with various tools, carry/lift heavy equipment, install main electrical power to new construction.
  • Worked with Heavy Equipment Civil Engineer pour concrete and asphalt: drive trucks hauling dirt, sand and gravel.
  • Work with man lifts, scissor lifts, bucket trucks, trenchers, and heavy equipment.
  • Use of heavy equipment to fulfill testing of high voltages in the plant.
  • Lifted and carried heavy equipment up a ladder following proper safety techniques.
  • Operated heavy equipment in support of the installation of pipe lines.
  • Experience using heavy equipment including skid loaders and bobcats.
  • Operated heavy equipment in the performance of duties.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as lifts and booms.
  • Move and utilize heavy equipment and power tools.
  • Operated power tools and heavy equipment.
  • Use to operating heavy equipment.
  • Use of heavy equipment; skid steer, genie boom lift, 16ft platform lift.
  • Inventory and stock electrical parts Maintained heavy equipment
  • managed heavy equipment in order to perform job description, typed detailed report of orders eliminated in a work week.
  • Use of traco to move heavy equipment.
  • troubleshooted electrical faults dig ditches, handle heavy equipment and pull heavy cable.
  • Trench digging HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Front loader, backhoe, trencher, skid steer.
  • Operate heavy equipment(i.e., rocksaw, trencher, backhoe) -Problem solving -Accountability -Communication

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30. Ac
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Here's how Ac is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Consult with engineers, engineering technicians, line installers and repairers or industrial machinery mechanics and maintenance workers when performing installations
  • Performed residential electrical field service, oilfield electrical powerhouse and SCR drive shop manufacturing.
  • Pipe bending for manufacturing businesses.
  • Assisted in fabricating and maintaining various lighting fixtures, signs, outlet boxes, receptacles, switches and emergency lighting.
  • Provide assistance during emergencies by operating floodlights and generators, placing flares, and driving needed vehicles.
  • Repair motors, transformers, generators, and electronic controllers on machine tools and industrial robots.
  • Worked commercial and residential for both sides of the company, which were HVAC and Electrical.
  • Worked alongside supervisor during different processes such as installation, maintenance, replacements and repair jobs.
  • Installed lighting and various electrical fixtures, and trenched for access to run underground wire.
  • Received orders and ensure the order corresponds with the ticket for each assigned job.
  • Helped trace out short-circuits in wiring and repair faulty equipment and systems.
  • Impacted coworkers with team building and worked and lead by example.
  • Detach, repair and re-install electric generators and transformers as needed.
  • Traced out short circuits in wiring, using test meter.
  • Track, order, organize, and mobilize for jobs.
  • Arranged and stored materials, machines, tools and equipment.
  • Install junction boxes and receptacle boxes.
  • Use tools such as conduit benders, screwdrivers, pliers, knives, hacksaws, and wire strippers.
  • Install lights, receptacles and other electrical apparatuses in a designed manner as UL listed.
  • Pulled cable,installed receptacles,and installed lighting fixtures in a new single family home.

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31. Wire Pulls
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Here's how Wire Pulls is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Job duties - Build and wire electrical boxes and cabinets to prepare for installation, Assist in installations and wire pulls.
  • Worked with Consulting Engineer and Lead Journeyman to facilitate wire pulls for engine controls and alarm and monitoring system.
  • Maintain and order supplies for Journeymen, set up for wire pulls, install receptacles, and lighting fixtures.
  • Assisted in wire pulls for cable on intrinsically safe circuits, main power, and branch circuits.
  • Performed daily electrical tasks including run and bend conduit, wire pulls, installing breaker panels.
  • Experience in lighting layout, conduit bends, large wire pulls, service and transformer installs.
  • Wire pulls, run wire, building conduit runs, install outlets and receptacles.
  • Assisted in commercial building rough-ins, wire pulls, and trim-outs.
  • Wall rough, underground work, overhead rough, wire pulls.
  • Performed wire pulls in Conduit Raceways and Service Entrances.
  • Planned wire pulls and runs for various circuits.
  • Assist in set up for feeder wire pulls.
  • Assisted with wire pulls on wire ranging from 12 gauge to 750 cable.
  • Wire pulls ranging from ground cable to 500 cable.
  • Wire pulls, pipe bending, panel terminations, circuit identification, following city code, maintain safe work enviornment.
  • Help run lights, conduit, wire pulls Light switch install, outlet install, troubleshoot land wires into panels
  • Installed wiring, outlets, and lighting, and assisted with larger wire pulls and panel installation
  • Assist Journeyman, Emt conduit, Wire pulls, Lighting, Trim out.
  • Wire pulls Accomplishments I've learned a lot in my apprenticeship.
  • Wire pulls Wiring Fuse panel set-up Conduit runs Panel landing General electrical work.

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32. Attach Wires
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Here's how Attach Wires is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Measure, cut, and bend wire and conduit, using attach wires to terminals.
  • Bend wire and conduit, and attach wires to terminals for subsequent soldering
  • Install Lighting fixtures and attach wires.

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Construct controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and punches for 10 houses weekly.
  • Aided in construction of controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and punches.
  • Construct controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, tape, saws, and punches.
  • Mounted controllers and panels using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws, and punches.
  • Constructed panels using hand tools drill presses, taps, saws, and punches.
  • hack saw, saber saw, skill saw, drill press, corded drill, battery operated drill.
  • Drilled and tapped holes in specified locations for mounting control units, using handtools and drill press.
  • Used tools such as cable reels, meters, cable cutters, drill press, grinders, power hand tools.
  • Operate power machinery such as roto hammers, bandsaws, drill presses and welders.

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34. Minimal Supervision
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Here's how Minimal Supervision is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Perform various electrical maintenance and alteration duties with minimal supervision in compliance with current code guidelines.
  • Performed breaker box change-outs to upgrade obsolete systems with minimal supervision of Journeyman and Master Electrician.
  • Repaired and overhauled hydraulic tools and equipment with minimal supervision.
  • Handled minor installs with minimal supervision.
  • Gained the trust of working with minimal supervision under tight deadlines while maintaining all safety guidelines.
  • Installed, repaired and tested led lights under minimal supervision of journeymen electricians in commercial projects.
  • Commended for team-player mind-set, and working with minimal supervision under tight deadlines.
  • Installed low voltage circuits working off of blueprints and minimal supervision.
  • Worked with minimal supervision and directed employees with less experience.
  • Key Results: Able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Commended for team-player mind-set, "doing it right the first time" and working with minimal supervision under tight deadlines.
  • Selected Accomplishments Assisted with wiring of buildings Responsible for receiving and handling of materials Ability to work with minimal supervision

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35. Identify Hazards
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Here's how Identify Hazards is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Identify hazards or defects in electrical systems by performing periodic inspections.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards.
  • Assisted in diagnosing malfunctioning systems to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Inspected electrical systems to identify hazards, defects, and code compliance issues.

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36. Strip Insulation
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Here's how Strip Insulation is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Strip insulation from wire ends, by means of wire stripping pliers, and fasten wires to terminals for later soldering.
  • Strip insulation from wire ends, using wire strippers, and attach wires to make taps.
  • Strip insulation from wire ends, using wire stripping pliers, and attach wires.
  • Strip insulation from wire ends to make taps with terminals and wire nuts.
  • Run wire and strip insulation and connect lights and receptacles.

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37. Ensure Compliance
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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Communicated daily with owners and Superintendents, Building Inspectors, and contractors to ensure compliance and work satisfaction.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment and components for defects to ensure compliance with codes.
  • Supervised by master electrician during jobs to ensure compliance with state licensing codes.
  • Review building codes and construction standards and ensure compliance.
  • Tested circuitry to ensure compliance.
  • Cleaned work area and equipment.Tested circuitry to ensure compliance.

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38. Ensure Compatibility
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Here's how Ensure Compatibility is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Tested continuity of circuits using test equipment to ensure compatibility and safety of system, following installation replacement or repair.

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39. Local Codes
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Here's how Local Codes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Size wire to work load needed for device of operation, local codes, walk through job site with electrical inspectors.
  • Helped to install wiring in new build and re-wire in retro fits and remodels according to applicable state and local codes.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Prepared layout and set-up of electrical wiring, tools and furniture, based on work conditions and local codes.
  • Collaborated with mentors and partners to complete projects and ensure compliance with national and local codes.
  • Followed instructions of the journeyman and installed jobs according to the NEC and local codes.
  • Plan layout for power and lighting installations based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Service calculations and assuring compliance with state and local codes as well.
  • Maintained excellent standards of quality that met the local Codes and Regulations.
  • Complied with all local codes, NEC, safety procedures.
  • Complied with all local codes, safety procedures and OSHA.
  • Complete work in accordance to national and local codes.
  • Complied with all local codes, NEC and job specs.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures consistent with specifications and local codes.
  • Helped in electrical installation of commercial jobs according to N.E.C and local codes.
  • Complied with all local codes, NEC, safety procedures, OSHA, EPA, waste handling rules, job specs.
  • Interpreted electrical drawings Installed electrical equipment according to local codes Troubleshooting
  • Preform quality work and installations as per local codes Accomplishments learned local codes and how to read nec code book

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40. Security Systems
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Here's how Security Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Analyzed and installed security systems (keypads/ card readers/ proximity readers) for operation in public buildings (jails/hospitals/schools).
  • Installed and tested electronic hardware, software and power circuits for the Security Systems of the Verizon Phone Company
  • Install Wiring, Devices, and head end of Low Voltage Fire Alarm and Security systems.
  • Installed heat smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for fire alarms and assisted with security systems.
  • Experience in running data cable for security systems as well as the Ethernet and phone lines
  • Assist in the installation of fire alarm and security systems in commercial buildings.
  • Install sound systems, security systems, lighting, electrical outlets and circuits.
  • Install residential and commercial electrical, fire alarm, and security systems.
  • Gained knowledge of security systems Electrician's Apprentice: First & Second Year
  • Installed alarms, cameras, finger scanners, and other security systems.
  • Assisted with fire alarm and security systems along with various relay controls.
  • Install sound systems, security systems and voice and data systems.
  • Installed, repaired and tested fire alarms and security systems.
  • Trouble Shooting Graphics panels security systems and cell sliders.
  • Complete home security systems and fire monitoring systems.
  • Installed security systems in commercial and Industrial buildings.
  • Follow construction blueprints to install lighting, fire alarm, and security systems.
  • install fire and security systems.
  • Install home security systems, smoke detectors, fuse boxes systems .
  • Followed safety rules , Bus Duct Installation , Terminated Panels , Security Systems , VFDs , Motors .

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Here's how Code Requirements is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Perform general electrical repairs on industrial systems and equipment to ensure adherence to code requirements.
  • Code requirements and installation practices training.
  • Assisted clients and customers with recommendations for their desired applications, such as load placement and code requirements.
  • Utilize my time as an apprentice to learn about system design, installation, troubleshooting and code requirements.
  • Installed VFD's and PLC's on client systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Take every opportunity to learn about system design, installation, and code requirements.
  • Order material for jobs to satisfy code requirements as location requires it.
  • Learned the fundamentals about system design, installation, and code requirements.
  • Studied and learned system design, installation and code requirements.
  • Meet daily deadlines, followed state code requirements.
  • Ensured that all installations met proper code requirements.
  • Checked all work performed for code requirements.
  • Rewired barn to meet NEC code requirements.
  • Tested/Repaired pre-existing and newly installed equipment for the generation of energy; ensuring all code requirements are adhered to.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs and installed systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on client equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Learned about fans, Lighting fixtures, system designs and about code requirements Arranged wiring, fixtures and conduit boxes for installations
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on client systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements issued by the NEC.
  • Installed electrical wire and electrical devices in residential as well as commercial environments to meet all local code requirements.
  • Connect recessed luminaries, both pre-wired and non pre-wired types according to code requirements.

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Here's how Complete Circuits is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits between boxes.
  • Land Panels day to day; Complete circuits and put devices in.
  • Pulled insulated wires and electric cables through the conduit to complete circuits.
  • Pulled wire through conduit to complete circuits from panels to boxes.
  • Complete circuits by pulling insulated wires through conduit and wood framing.
  • Boxed houses with electric boxes and ran wire to complete circuits.
  • Spliced wires together to allow for complete circuits.
  • Pull wires and terminate to complete circuits.
  • Pull cable from switchgear through dedicated raceways to complete circuits.
  • Pull wires and cables through raceways to complete circuits.
  • Run MC cable to complete circuits * Hung cable using grid wire and bridal rings * Ran conduit between panel boxes
  • Wire subpanels ,run new circuitry to subpanel ,complete circuits

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Here's how MCC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Added multiple circuits in the MCC, performing all ancillary work including running conduit, hanging cable trays and pulling wire.
  • Assist Electrician on change to set electrical wiring, prepare MCC control system and emergency lights on buildings.
  • Conducted check-out of newly-installed circuits, and performed required maintenance and troubleshooting on MCC components and circuits.
  • Pull wire; assist Journeyman and conducting all structural and electrical necessities for MCC building.
  • Install electrical equipment panel, MCC, switch gears, both hi/low voltage.
  • Bend and install conduit, electrical boxes, lights, signs, McCable.
  • Terminated cables in MCC rooms for all new construction as well.
  • Cut window or openings in MCC for cable tray.
  • Pulled main cables to MCC and wired in breakers.
  • Assist in terminations in MCC building.
  • Fort McClellan residential electrical remodels, (knob and tube) wired Ansel Fire Suppression Systems with intake and exhaust fans.
  • Stripped and tapped cable within switchgears and transformers inside and outside of Motor Control Center (MCC).
  • Assist in the installation of panel boards feeders branch circuits mcc on residential and commercial industry
  • Test instruments - Work in MCC Room
  • wired point-to-point in MCC Buildings.
  • Pull wire to MOVs, MCC room, skids, transformers, and lighting.
  • Install conduit, run wire, use chicago bender to bend stub 90, install wire in mcc room.
  • Organized parts in parts trailer Ran RMC, pulled wire, cable tray, terminating MCC and PLC"s
  • Installed 4 square, J box, service panels, pump panels, plc and mcc.
  • set gear extensive underground MCC buckets pull wire

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  • Communicated verbally and in writing with other trades and sub-contractors to ensure clear communication on job specifications.
  • Understand electrical, mechanical and architectural drawings and diagrams to determine job specifications and requirements.
  • Job specifications include installation, repair, and alterations of electrical materials.
  • Conducted job analysis and job evaluations, resulting in quality job specifications.
  • Plan and layout installation of conduit, control panels, fixtures, and other electrical equipment based on job specifications.
  • Plan and designed setting up of electrical wiring and equipment, based on job specifications and codes.
  • Travel throughout South Texas to retrofit old ballasts and change light bulbs to job specifications.
  • Adhered to blueprints and schematics to perform work according to job specifications.
  • Key Results Successfully planned layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures based on job specifications.
  • Clarified with Homeowners their preferences for job specifications.Vollunteer Experience

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  • Key responsibilities included installing cable tray at a solar farm, pulling wire, installing solar panels, and digging trenches.
  • Install service panels.meter cans, lighting, switches, junction boxes, timers, receptacles and solar panels.
  • Install and maintain lighting, switches and solar panels as well as other electrical systems.
  • Wired Circuits and combination panel boxes for solar panels, and operated boom lifts.
  • Support the main electrician on job sites with wiring solar panels to residential homes.
  • Collaborate with laborers to ensure that solar panels were properly installed.
  • Installed large circuit solar panels to the specifications of the client.
  • Installed electrical wires, conduit, solar panels, and electrical panels
  • Installed solar panels, solar shingles and solar modules.
  • Helped pull and wired solar panels and combiner boxes.
  • Installed solar panels for a facility job site.
  • Connect solar panels together in different series.
  • Assisted with installation of solar panels.
  • Assist electricians with installation and repairs of panels and meters Install energy efficient additions such as solar panels.
  • help install solar panels, termination of wires, tracker box prep, fuse box, prep
  • Pull wire, bend conduit, and assist in mounting inverter for solar panels.
  • Performed Electric panel upgrades for customers who were equipped with solar panels.
  • Installed Inverters, Solar Panels, Gear, and Pipe.
  • Lift Solar Panels Placed and maintained the structure of the panels on the roof Assist the Electricians with tools and equipment.
  • Wired solar panels Installed ground lugs Digging trench hole Pipe layer Ran wire

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  • Assisted certified welder in essential prep duties and stick welded frames and mounts for panel boxes when blueprints called for it.
  • Worked under the licensed electrician in assembling panel boxes, troubleshooting, replaced fuses and rewire panel boxes to new wells.
  • Assisted in lifting, positioning and fastening objects, such as wiring, conduit motors, and panel boxes.
  • Install electrical components such as panel boxes, circuit breakers, lightening fixtures, fiber optics and conduit.
  • Terminated panel boxes and made sure all fixtures were in the proper position and with the correct wiring.
  • Assist with the installation of circuit breaker panel boxes, light fixtures, electrical outlets and receptacles.
  • Installed GFCI receptacles, breakers, and configured home runs in 200 & 400 amp panel boxes.
  • Assisted electrician wiring installation and repairs of panel boxes, disconnects, junction boxes and troubleshooting.
  • Pulled wires from panel boxes to motors, cameras, lights, industrial machinery, etc.
  • Assist with installing and wiring switch boxes, transformers, panel boxes, light fixtures.
  • Trouble shoot problem connections, replace panel boxes and breakers when needed.
  • Installed and wired receptacles, switches, panel boxes and lighting.
  • Make up the power panel boxes clean and organized list.
  • Construct panel boxes, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and hole punches.
  • Change plugs, switches, panel boxes, breakers, light bulbs.
  • Run conduit, pull cable, install cable tray , panel boxes, terminate heaters, clean up job
  • Installed unastrutt into ceilings and panel boxes.
  • Updated existing lighting to modern energy efficient technology Uninstalled security alarms Included rewiring ballast and installing new panel boxes
  • Put in lights, run wire, certification on a-lift/boomlift/general safety,wire panel boxes, and conduit bending
  • Welded Stands and Brackets Used Fork Lift to move Panel Boxes and Transformers Set Poles for Wire Fire Watched

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  • Assisted Journeyman Electrician with daily duties during the construction of new plant operations at Georgia Powers Plant Scherer.

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Here's how Delivery Trucks is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Unloaded materials from delivery trucks, and helped store it.
  • Wired outlets and light fixtures Responsible for picking up and transporting wires from delivery trucks to drop site

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  • Earned a reputation for expertise in complex troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Earned a reputation for efficient troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Experience in complex troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Earned a reputation for professional skills, hard work, troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Trained employees in policies and procedures resulting in faster problem resolution and less downtime.
  • Earned a reputation for complex troubleshooting andproblem resolution.
  • Earned a reputation as a hard, driven, motivated worker that finds problem resolutions.
  • Served as apprentice electrician on more than several manufacturing projects Knowledge in complex troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Key Results: Served as an apprentice on several commercial projects by preparing cable for installation Trouble shooting and problem resolution.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Apprentice Electrician

RUN Conduit

27.9%

Electrical Systems

22.9%

Light Fixtures

5.1%

Hand Tools

4.8%

EMT

4.1%

New Construction

4.0%

Circuit Breakers

3.7%

High Voltage

3.6%

PVC

3.1%

Alarm Systems

2.7%

Trouble Shooting

2.6%

Control Panels

2.3%

Job Site

2.2%

MC

1.9%

Loose Connections

1.7%

Inspect Parts

1.7%

Service Calls

1.6%

Switch Gear

1.5%

Journeyman Pipefitters

1.4%

Osha

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Apprentice Electrician

Rank Skill
1 RUN Conduit 23.5%
2 Electrical Systems 19.3%
3 Light Fixtures 4.3%
4 Hand Tools 4.0%
5 EMT 3.4%
6 New Construction 3.3%
7 Circuit Breakers 3.1%
8 High Voltage 3.1%
9 PVC 2.6%
10 Alarm Systems 2.3%
11 Trouble Shooting 2.2%
12 Control Panels 1.9%
13 Job Site 1.9%
14 MC 1.6%
15 Loose Connections 1.5%
16 Inspect Parts 1.4%
17 Service Calls 1.3%
18 Switch Gear 1.3%
19 Journeyman Pipefitters 1.1%
20 Osha 1.0%
21 PLC 0.9%
22 Residential Homes 0.8%
23 Wire Ends 0.8%
24 Test Equipment 0.8%
25 Test Meter 0.7%
26 Scissor Lifts 0.7%
27 Hvac 0.7%
28 Romex 0.7%
29 Heavy Equipment 0.6%
30 Ac 0.6%
31 Wire Pulls 0.5%
32 Attach Wires 0.5%
33 Drill Press 0.5%
34 Minimal Supervision 0.5%
35 Identify Hazards 0.5%
36 Strip Insulation 0.5%
37 Ensure Compliance 0.5%
38 Ensure Compatibility 0.5%
39 Local Codes 0.5%
40 Security Systems 0.4%
41 Code Requirements 0.4%
42 Complete Circuits 0.4%
43 MCC 0.4%
44 Team-Player Mind-Set 0.4%
45 Job Specifications 0.4%
46 Solar Panels 0.4%
47 Panel Boxes 0.4%
48 Plant Operations 0.4%
49 Delivery Trucks 0.4%
50 Problem Resolution 0.3%
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