Top Apprentice Electrician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Apprentice Electrician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Apprentice Electrician resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.8% of Apprentice Electrician resumes contained RUN Conduit as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Apprentice Electrician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Apprentice Electrician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. RUN Conduit

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Here's how RUN Conduit is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Interpreted written instructions, blue prints & manuals to correctly determine appropriate course of action, Run conduit, pull wire.
  • Run conduit, cable tray, install new panels, new Main Distribution Panel, generator installation, lighting, etc.
  • Fabricate, install and/or run conduit, 3-Phase work, motor terminations, control and instrument troubleshooting and panel work.
  • Repair and install lighting, run conduit and wire in industrial environments, commercial, and residential according to blueprints.
  • Run conduit, make terminations, pulling wire, wire in panels, read blueprints and lay out rooms.
  • Pulled wire, install boxes, run conduit, installed receptacles, panels, switches, and light fixtures.
  • Bend and run conduit, pull wire for 120v outlets and lights, change fluorescent bulbs and fixtures.
  • Installed all types of wiring, run conduit, pulled and terminated wires and installed explosion proof equipment.
  • Assisted electrician with minor electrical duties such as run conduit, pull wire, and test wires.
  • Run cable tray, bend and run conduits to MCC's electrical motors and other electronic components.
  • Run Conduit for instrumentation with a helper * Terminate instruments in the field and the junction box
  • Run conduit/cable/cable tray Terminate instruments Assist journeymen in their duties Cut and thread a variety of materials
  • Run conduit, cable tray, pull wire, install fixtures, lighting, terminate.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, and make terminations of methane well site electrical equipment.
  • Run conduit / MC cable * Pull wires for lighting and receptacles * Wire lighting panels
  • Run wire, terminate panels, run conduit, terminate dc, terminate transformers, etc
  • Mounted boxes for panels, disconnects, junction boxes and bend and run conduit.
  • Run conduit and terminal panels Performed routine installation and repairs of motors and generators.
  • Run conduit and pull wire to all electrical equipment and also do underground feeders.
  • Install panel boxes, and run conduit, also splice wires in junction boxes.

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2. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with Journeyman electricians learning to properly install electrical systems while attending and maintaining passing grades in the electrical apprenticeship school.
  • Worked with electrician in installation and service of residential/commercial and industrial electrical systems in new and renovated properties and businesses
  • Install commercial electrical systems to a high standard of quality in accordance with engineer provided specifications and blueprints.
  • Studied under Master Electrician the requirements and regulations of electrical systems necessary for inspections and safety protocols.
  • Completed all types of electrical construction from site work to connecting electronic components to electrical systems.
  • Install and repair electrical systems following Massachusetts Electrical code under the supervision of a licensed electrician.
  • Installed new wiring systems, rewired and upgraded existing electrical systems, and repaired electrical equipment.
  • Performed Installation, repair testing connection and maintenance of electrical systems in commercial and residential applications.
  • Apprentice Electrician-install and troubleshoot electrical systems under the supervision of a journeyman in the industrial construction industry
  • Partnered with Journeyman Electrician in the field performing a variety of responsibilities/duties related to electrical systems.
  • Assisted electricians in installations and repairs on electrical systems in commercial and residential settings.
  • Performed testing of electrical systems to ensure safety, reliability, quality and sustainability.
  • Install new or upgrade existing electrical systems and communication equipment at several major facilities.
  • Repair electrical systems: troubleshooting of electrical equipment and the wiring of electrical systems.
  • Administered preventive maintenance and testing of electrical systems (including power distribution equipment).
  • Maintained and installed electrical systems for commercial and residential applications including industrial wiring.
  • Participate in installation of electrical systems in hospital, commercial and industrial facilities.
  • Build complete electrical systems according to building plans, engineering schematics and documentations.
  • Maintained electrical systems by conducting system tests; completed preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Install new and improve existing electrical systems in residential and commercial environments.

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3. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed light fixtures and receptacles to customer specifications.
  • Inaugurated fluorescent and general light fixtures.
  • Worked at the US Department of State troubleshooting light fixtures, running conduit, pulling wire, and installing fire alarms.
  • Gained extensive experience in wiring new homes, building services, trimming devices, hanging light fixtures, and troubleshooting circuits.
  • Read blue prints, install outlet boxes, wiring, light fixtures, install overhead and underground metal and non-metallic pipe.
  • Worked at DC Children's Hospital installing conduit, light fixtures, plugs, switches and pulling wire for a hospital.
  • Light fixtures in the house to smoke detectors, ac outlets, and also the installation of lighting outside the houses.
  • Installed cable trays, fixtures and electrical components such as fittings, J-Boxes, panels light fixtures and temp power components.
  • Installed conduit, ran circuits, light fixtures, receptacles, switches, worked with low-voltage, and terminated panels.
  • Assisted with installation of fans, light fixtures, outlets/switches, and other electrical appliances at residential and commercial sites.
  • Installed light fixtures, breaker/fuse panels, ran new wiring for HVAC units, repaired HVAC units and other equipment.
  • Job duties included installing plug outlets and light fixtures, pulling wires, bending pipe, and reading blue prints.
  • Help wire up new houses to code, install light fixtures, install appliances, and custom home wiring.
  • Install light fixtures, outlets, baseboard heaters, switches, fire alarms and bending and cutting conduit piping.
  • Performed various finish interior/exterior work, installed light fixtures, receptacles, Switches, plates, breakers, etc.
  • Worked with licensed electricians installing conduit and wire for light fixtures and outlets in commercial and residential buildings.
  • Installed outlets, service panels, telephone poles, LED light fixtures, light switches and electrical raceways.
  • Performed general apprentice tasks such as bending conduit, pulling wire, installing light fixtures, and outlets.
  • Get materials together, pull cable, install plugs and switches, run MC, change light fixtures.
  • Hang light fixtures, rough in walls, mount and terminate Transformers, panels, and disconnects etc.

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4. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Read and interpret blueprints, install electrical systems, trouble shooting, construct and fabricate parts using hand tools and specifications.
  • Used hand tools and power tools to disassemble and re-assemble equipment or components, removed and replaced broken or worn parts.
  • Used many apparatuses such as; hand tools, power tools, and electrical wiring when performing duties assigned from supervisor.
  • Perform minor repairs such as replacing fuses, light sockets, bulbs and switches with using all types of hand tools.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems using test equipment and hand tools to locate the cause of a breakdown and to correct the problem.
  • Performed minor repairs, for example replacing fuses, light sockets, bulbs, and switches, using hand tools.
  • Installed new wiring, equipment, and fixtures using hand tools and power tools in both residential and commercial construction.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, utilizing test equipment and hand tools for fault identification and correction.
  • Cable pulling, measuring, cutting, bending wire, as well as using measuring instruments and other hand tools.
  • Utilized fasteners, grommets, buttons, buckles, ornamental trim and other accessories to complete furniture using hand tools.
  • Dig holes and trenches with the use of hand tools and mechanical trenchers to facilitate burying of conduit etc.
  • Familiarized proper use of fabrication equipment (535, sidewinder, band-saw, drill motors, hand tools).
  • Measure, cut, and bend wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools for commercial construction.
  • Hand tools Pipe bending Taking measurements Step ladders Scissors lifts Installing Conduits Wire pulling, stripping, and jointing.
  • Power tools, electrical hand tools, powder-actuated tools, genie lift, scissor lift, and Safety equipment.
  • Utilize hand tools and special equipment to install, connect couplings, threaded conduits and install support brackets.
  • Used scissor lift and hand tools to install cable tray using all-thread, nuts, bolts, etc.
  • Measure, cut, and bend wire and certain size conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Trained to operate motorized equipment, use hand tools, and perform routine maintenance on electrical equipment.
  • Perform various task using hand tools such as pulling wire, laying pipe, splicing, etc.

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5. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Terminated circuit breakers, transformers, and other components related to industrial and commercial electrical applications.
  • Installed and repaired electrical equipment such as circuit breakers, conduit systems, fixtures, wall sockets, plugs and switches.
  • Replace items such as circuit breakers, fuses, switches, electrical and electronic components, or wire when repairs needed.
  • Completed maintenance jobs for companies such as cleaning and testing transformers, motor control centers, disconnects, and circuit breakers.
  • Installed exterior conduit and threaded wires through conduits to terminals, including connection boxes, circuit breakers, voltage regulators.
  • Installed light fixtures, bent and installed conduit, ran wires, worked on circuit breakers and MRI machine panels.
  • Install circuit breakers, hang ceiling fans, fluorescent lights, wire up hot water heaters, and A/C units.
  • Fix receptacles, light fixtures, witches, circuit breakers, emergency lights, electric heaters, and AC conditioners.
  • Interpreted blue prints and schematics while diagnosing electrical problems for buses, switches, circuit breakers, and generators.
  • Performed electrical work to include running circuits for lighting, installation of outlets, switches and new circuit breakers.
  • Installed, tested and modified circuit breakers, outlets, switches, light fixtures, and ceiling fans.
  • Install electrical components such as panel boxes, circuit breakers, lightening fixtures, fiber optics and conduit.
  • Install circuits as well as circuit breakers, transformers, devices, receptacles, power and control panels.
  • Maintained electronic controls for businesses and industries connecting circuit breakers, transformers, outlets, or other components.
  • Identified circuits, switching and load calculations; installed and connected wires to circuit breakers and outlets.
  • Installed and maintained motors, welding equipment, light fixtures, generators, circuit breakers and transformers.
  • Installed underground, thin wall, and rack mounted conduit systems, circuit breakers, and fuses.
  • Connected wires to circuit breakers, transformers, light poles, systems, fixtures, and units.
  • Tested new electrical lines, boxes, circuit breakers, outlets and switches for Mobile Homes.
  • Bring all circuits into panel and land wires on to buss and install all circuit breakers.

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6. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Apprentice Plumber Residential electric Weather head to finishing plates Commercial electric including installation of motor disconnects, EMT and a generator.
  • Run EMT, Underground, Fixture Lighting, Pull Wire, Make up Boxes, Trim, anything related to electrical.
  • Performed all job functions at Intel, Studying and following safety protocol, Running EMT, IMC, and Rigid pipe.
  • Learned NEC requirements for different field installations -Ran EMT/IMC, sized wire, and retrofitted; receptacles, switches, and lights
  • 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).
  • Assisted Journeyman in calculation for bending, running conduit and feeding wires through raceway; EMT, PVC and RMC.
  • Worked on commercial buildings where I had to run EMT, pull wire, and connect power to anything needed.
  • Installed outside and inside underground conduits by means of trenching and running EMT or PVC pipes to secure wiring.
  • Installed EMT and PVC rigid conduit, of multiple sizes up to 4", to their designated locations.
  • Assist building electrician with small-scale construction projects involving conduit runs, EMT bending, wiring, and lighting/power installation.
  • Lead Apprentice Supplying materials to all electricians, wire pulling, running EMT, Rigid, and PVC pipe.
  • Installed and formed conduit including PVC, EMT, and rigid sizes ranging from 1/2 to 4 inches.
  • Bend and install EMT conduit to then pull in assorted wire circuits for all lighting and emergency circuits.
  • Install, and bend EMT conduit in a commercial environment, while abiding by city codes and regulations.
  • Install EMT, MC and other conduits indoor, outdoor and underground as required by code and specifications.
  • Installed underground, PVC, operated trenchers, 1/2 & 3/4 EMT, assembled & installed light fixtures.
  • Run and Bend conduit (PVC, EMT, and Rigid) Make electrical connections Order and organize materials
  • Helped install power supply wiring and conduit such as: EMT, Rigid conduit, MC Cable.
  • Learned how to run EMT, pull wire, read blueprints, and install commercial electrical components.

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7. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Pulled circuits by pulling drag lines through pipe and then pulling high voltage or low voltage wire through pipe for connection.
  • Install high voltage cable* Install electrical metallic tubing* Install polyvinyl conduit to rough installations* Install and wire up light switches and receptacles
  • Pulled high voltage cables into tower, dropped control cables, spliced and terminated control cables into control cabinet in tower.
  • 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.
  • Installed high voltage circuit systems, 277/480 votes, from prints and specifications, various meters and testing devices.
  • Installed components for high voltage 480 panels, solar panels installed battery box, hooked up main power.
  • Developed skills in termination, use of electrician tools, high voltage work, and troubleshooting.
  • Wired up a/c units and split system a/c units low and high voltage and set disconnects.
  • Installed high voltage bus ducts, plugs, panels, fire alarms and security alarms.
  • Install cable tray for both high voltage and low voltage signal and control wire.
  • Experience with replacing power connectors, electronic switches, and high voltage power supplies.
  • Mounted and wired low voltage outlets, high voltage light switches and fixtures.
  • Run low and high voltage wire through an apartment complex and parking structure,
  • Learned about high voltage lines carrying voltage from 36,000 volts to 500,000 volts.
  • Use of heavy equipment to fulfill testing of high voltages in the plant.
  • Installed low and high voltage wiring systems while adhering to project prints.
  • Gained experience with extensive low/high voltage lighting systems and HVAC control work.
  • Installed electrical equipment for lighting, power, low and high voltage
  • Worked with low and high voltage wiring, voice and data.

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8. 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 commercial and residential construction projects, including new construction, renovations, and service work.
  • Performed electrical- related wiring and installation in commercial and industrial construction projects; including new construction, retrofit and plant expansions.
  • Performed residential and commercial wiring including panel upgrades & new construction Completed layout and installation for a large commercial lighting project
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for residential construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, remodels and apartment complexes.
  • Performed electrical system installation in alignment to blue prints for new construction and renovations under supervision of licensed electrician.
  • Performed electrical wiring and installation for offshore production platforms, including new construction, remodels and platform expansions.
  • Performed electrical installations in residential/light commercial projects, including new construction, retrofitting, and troubleshooting situations.
  • 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.
  • Wired new construction custom homes with conventional electrical systems or with computer controlled lighting systems.
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial properties including new construction, retrofits and remodels.
  • Assisted master electrician on new construction, residential and commercial projects while obtaining apprentice license.
  • Maintained electrical service by diagnosing and repairing electrical problems accompanied with new construction installation.
  • Work under licensed Electrical Contractor on electrical wiring of new construction residential structures.
  • Coordinated inspections for contractor performed work in renovations and new construction projects.
  • Apprentice Electrician*Commercial New Construction*Residential Service Calls, New Construction, and Remodels
  • Installed all electrical wiring during remodeling projects and new construction.
  • Experienced in residential new construction and residential remodeling and additions.

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9. Defective Electrical Equipment

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Here's how Defective Electrical Equipment is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Disassemble defective electrical equipment and replaced defective or worn parts.
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective/worn parts.
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective or worn parts, splicing wires, bending conduit.
  • Assisted in the disassemble defective electrical equipment, and replaced defective or worn parts and reassembled equipment.
  • Perform semi-skilled and unskilled laboring duties related to the installation.. Disassemble defective electrical equipment, replace defective or worn parts.
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective/worn parts, and reassembled equipment.

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10. PVC

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Here's how PVC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Assisted utility linemen and electricians in the installation of underground PVC, and primary/secondary voltage projects.
  • Trench digging, underground PVC install, main feeder install, transformer install, underground parking light install, and wire pulling
  • Punch list for finishing project including temporary and permanent labels on PVC system, material fabrication, replacement and repair.
  • Assist Journeyman in cutting, bending, and installing various wiring methods including conduit, cable tray, and PVC.
  • Assist journeyman electrician install electrical systems including: conduit, cable tray, raceways, and underground PVC.
  • Pulled wire ran PVC conduit and attached any Pit Fans and Exhaust fans for those new Hog Barns.
  • Installed underground PVC conduit inside duct banks and labeled to indicate the type of circuit buried below.
  • Run ground wire, CAD weld ground to beam, and placed risers for underground PVC connections.
  • Lay PVC pipe directly in trenches, and/or string cable through conduit running through the trenches.
  • Wire pulls, terminate panels, install rigid, PVC, set up switch racks and panels
  • Utilized as key personnel for excavation prior to the installation of RMC, and PVC raceways.
  • Installed underground PVC conduit in trenches at necessary depth, depending on type of installation.
  • Trenched to run PVC conduit, direct burial conductors, stub ups and combiner panels.
  • Installed all varieties of raceways from PVC coated rigid to wire molding and cable tray.
  • Installed new electrical components in DEP water treatment plant using approved PVC coated galvanized conduit.
  • Fabricated and installed PVC to run grounding wire for cable tray and chemical tanks.
  • Tended to electric panels and dug trenches for PVC piping to be placed in.
  • Learned to operate a back hoe to create trenches for PVC ridge conduit.
  • Routed cables through various sizes of cable trays and/or underground through PVC conduit.
  • Performed rough ends and finals; bent conduit and heat and bent PVC.

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11. Alarm Systems

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Here's how Alarm Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Sub-contracted with ENTECH controls to run control wires and electrical circuits in Southwestern Bell switch-room substations and fire alarm systems.
  • Installed lighting, fire alarm systems, uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), battery and fuel back-up systems.
  • Install, repair or replaced fire alarm systems and security alarm systems in both the residential and commercial settings.
  • Tested and installed thermostats, motion/infrared detectors and fire alarm systems for operation in public buildings (churches/jails/hospitals).
  • Wired homes for electricity, wired sockets (outlets), switches, lights, and alarm systems.
  • Skilled with the fire alarm systems such as; Notifier and Silent Night both Class A and Class B
  • Assisted on completing fire alarm systems; pulling wire, put up fire alarm panels and install devices.
  • Assist master electrician install and repair receptacles, light fixtures, heat systems and alarm systems.
  • Pull wire and install lights, switches, outlets, fire alarms and security alarm systems.
  • Assisted the service provider in the testing of the alarm systems at Newark public schools.
  • Installed commercial fire alarm systems in compliance with local, state, and national code.
  • Read blueprints and make necessary adjustments for CCTV and fire alarm systems in various locations.
  • Installed raceway systems for fire alarm systems, receptacles, switches, and lighting systems.
  • Install fire alarm systems both residential and commercial to include command center trouble shooting.
  • Install security systems, fire alarm systems, instrumentation/process control systems and maintain them.
  • Pulled data wire and ran cable trays, Piped and ran fire alarm systems.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot Fire Alarm systems on commercial and light industrial properties.
  • Learned how to install and perform code required maintenance on fire alarm systems.
  • Install conduit Wire switch gear, transformers, fire alarm systems, etc.
  • Installed, troubleshot and tested fire alarm systems in numerous commercial structures.

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12. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Learned trouble shooting electrical problems and general application of electrical installation.
  • Trouble shooting electrical problems and initiating repairs for several commercial accounts.
  • Trouble shooting and correcting electrical problems in residential and commercial setting.
  • Assist Journeyman Electrician in electrical installations and trouble shooting
  • Trouble shooting electrical problems and electrical maintenance.
  • Trouble shooting for paths of conduit threw and around structures such as walls, floors, other electrical and pipe systems.
  • Installed and tested trouble shooting feeders, branch circuits, lighting systems, distribution gear, generators, and cable trays.
  • Go out on call outs for maintenance and trouble shooting to various locations installing various electrical apparatus and maintaining them.
  • Wire pulling, Roughing in walls and trimming, Terminating, Pipe bending, Reading blue prints, and Trouble shooting
  • Used trouble shooting and critical thinking skills to diagnose and find the root of problems while thinking logically about solutions.
  • Assisted senior electricians with wiring pulling, trouble shooting, wiring panels, labeling wires and changing out fixtures.
  • General Wiring, Pipe bending, Lighting, Trouble Shooting, assemblies, Plan over view, and Billing customers
  • Experienced in installation and bending of conduit, trouble shooting, load calculations, appliance installation and problem solving.
  • Work included trouble shooting, new and old construction, telephone punch down panels, and intercom systems.
  • Support the journeyman in the inspection of trouble shooting and replacement of electrical power distributions and emergency systems.
  • Experience in remodel and new home builds involving demo, rough-ins, trim and assisting in trouble shooting.
  • Trouble Shooting Electrical Wiring and Components* Work in all aspects of electrical field* Working outside in all weather conditions
  • Installed main power, reading the blue prints, trouble shooting and wiring the circuit breaker box.
  • Ask me for my Navy and Electronics background both in trouble shooting and building of circuit boards.
  • Trouble shooting, general lighting installation, pull wire, and conduit bending, and electrical demo.

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13. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Performed all essential functions of installing and servicing residential electrical systems and performed work on many commercial and industrial job sites
  • Job Site: MeadWestvacoJob Description:*Conduit installation*Cable pulling*Lighting and receptacles*480 volt motors and controls*PCL's
  • Maintained warehouse inventory of electrical components and responded to requests for job site materials.
  • Job sites include the Rose State Health and Science Center*Installation*Repair*Demolition*Pipe bending*Read and interpret blueprints
  • Maintain safety and organize job site area during commercial and/or residential renovations.
  • Communicate information effectively and guide inspectors to job sites.
  • Job sites included Dallas School District*Installation*Repair*Demolition*Pipe bending*Read and interpret blueprints
  • Job sites include, Ford Center*Installation*Repair*Demolition*Pipe bending*Read and interpret blueprints
  • Assisted in electrical service for commercial and residential job sites
  • Operated a heavy all terrain forklift to move materials to the appropriate job site locations in a safe and timely manner.
  • Assist Journeyman Electrician on job sites, supervise lighting projects, run equipment and use necessary tools as required by job.
  • Worked in the prefabrication shop assisting with orders for different job sites, as directed from the journeyman on those sites.
  • Assisted journeyman and supervisors with projects at multiple job sites and learned quickly the necessary procedures, techniques and codes.
  • Adapted to the locations of work and was reliable in ensuring that the job was completed on all job sites.
  • Delivered materials to the job site, maintained the shop and worked as a journeyman assistant (apprentice helper).
  • Traveled with crew to various job sites to work on a cheese plant, ethanol plant and a soybean plant.
  • Used the company truck to pick up and deliver stock and tools to the job sites that needed it.
  • Worked on electrical wiring, organized supplies, cleanup and other duties as assigned at a casino job site.
  • Visit potential and existing job sites to document and plan job build out and generate schematics and parts list.
  • Entrusted with the proper maintenance of tools, inventory control, and maintaining a clean and safe job site.

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14. MC

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Here's how MC 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.
  • Handled and delivered parts, bent and ran rigid and IMC conduit, and also experienced in wire pulling.
  • Assist Electrician on change to set electrical wiring, prepare MCC control system and emergency lights on buildings.
  • Installed voice and data cables, MC cable, and the conductors that supply power to distribution units.
  • Put ground rods and ground conductors, stub up conduit for new MCC Rooms and for equipment.
  • Installed two-three inch conduits a distance of 300 feet with 350 MCM for power to new addition.
  • Cored drilled holes, mounted conduit pipe on concrete walls, ran MC wire threw stud walls.
  • Conducted check-out of newly-installed circuits, and performed required maintenance and troubleshooting on MCC components and circuits.
  • Pulled conductors ranging from copper #12 through 600 MCM and fiber optic data cable.
  • Pull wire; assist Journeyman and conducting all structural and electrical necessities for MCC building.
  • Performed monthly, semi-annual and annual Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
  • Worked with MC Cable, Metallic, and regular flex along with their connectors.
  • Installed and terminated ECR equipment including: MCC, transfer switch, and UPS.
  • Pulled wire as a group in cable trays and into MCC rooms.
  • Read blueprints, run MC/conduit, pull wire and terminate junctions.
  • Can bend and form MCHL and pack fittings for hazardous locations.
  • Perform minor electrical tasks such as wiring switches and running MC cable
  • Worked on inputting the necessary equipment to the MCC building.
  • Pull and run electric cables to conduits and MCC unit.
  • Clean buckets in MCC room, change oil on 15kva-90kvatransformer.

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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.
  • Inspect components of industrial equipment for accurate assembly and installation or for defects, such as loose connections or frayed wires.
  • 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 fornloose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections, using handtools.

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16. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Assisted in developing AS-Built documentation, archival of customer user files and performing warranty related service calls.
  • Performed various service calls that required troubleshooting existing installations to extending and adding circuits and equipment.
  • Service calls to residents, troubleshooting electrical issues, to replace/add/remove previous electrical lights/wires.
  • Performed troubleshooting and fixed wiring during service calls to residential and commercial buildings.
  • Order inventory/Conduct monthly inventory* Billing invoices to customers, customer service and service calls
  • Service calls consisting of troubleshooting and repair of existing installations.
  • Performed service calls and remodel electrical work along with master electrician
  • Service calls to troubleshoot residential and commercial electrical problems.
  • Performed customer service calls and helped install electrical components.
  • Performed service calls and maintained inventory.
  • Service calls, professional customer service
  • Do a variety of electrical work, including residential, commercial, industrial, and a wide variety of service calls.
  • Worked on service calls with local businesses as well as large projects in the industrial, commercial, and residential environments.
  • Assisted in many tasks including but not limited to, wiring new houses, electrical remodeling and assisted in service calls.
  • Trouble shooting and service calls, installation and demolition of various electrical mechanisms, consulting with engineers to develop work strategies
  • Wired New Residential Houses - Installed all appliances and electrical components - Residential service calls - Assisted in warehouse inventory control
  • Assisted with electric meter service calls and indoor and outdoor wiring, bought necessary parts and equipment for jobs.
  • Wired apartment complexes, garages, factory buildings, and camp grounds as well as managing service calls.
  • Worked side by side with other trade workers and responded to service calls for routine and emergency projects.
  • Worked on service calls across the metropolitan area as well as helping with few ongoing projects DC Stadium.

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17. Journeyman Electricians

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Here's how Journeyman Electricians is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Apprentice Electrician assisting journeyman electricians in various areas of electrical and receiving education and time in trade to obtain proper licensing
  • Worked with journeyman electricians and journeyman candidates installing necessary electrical equipment and hardware into the ship during build.
  • Assist journeyman electricians install and replace electrical equipment and devices on commercial and residential projects.
  • Served with Journeyman Electricians and completed numerous residential and commercial electrical wiring and installation projects.
  • Developed strong troubleshooting and repair skills while working with journeyman electricians on complex manufacturing equipment.
  • Assisted Journeyman Electricians with the installation and maintenance of all electrical equipment on facility.
  • Assist journeyman electricians in all aspects of electrical work in commercial and residential construction.
  • Worked with and for state-certified Journeyman Electricians in the Commercial and Industrial Electrical environments.
  • Performed job tasks assisted by Journeyman Electricians in Construction, Maintenance and Production Departments
  • Assisted journeyman electricians with construction and maintenance of industrial and commercial electrical installations.
  • Receive training on-site from various journeyman electricians in all aspects of electrical construction.
  • Assisted journeyman electricians and performed service and installation work for commercial customers.
  • Selected to oversee other apprentice electricians when Journeyman electricians were over tasked.
  • Assisted master and journeyman electricians in wiring residential and commercial buildings.
  • Worked as apprentice with journeyman electricians in industrial commercial construction.
  • Assisted journeyman electricians in pulling wires and running conduit for hospital
  • Assisted Journeyman electricians running power outlets and power systems.
  • Assist journeyman electricians in all aspects of electrical construction.
  • Worked with Journeyman electricians to troubleshoot equipment break-downs.
  • Assist Journeyman electricians with completion of assigned projects.

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18. Conduit Ends

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Here's how Conduit Ends is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Thread rigid conduit ends using pipe threading equipment and also connect coupling conduit fittings using wrench.
  • Thread conduit ends, connected couplings, fabricated and secured conduit support.
  • Thread Conduit ends and connect coupling and conduit fittings using wrench.
  • Thread conduit ends, connecting couplings.
  • Threaded conduit ends and connected couplings and conduit fittings while maintaining an efficient workspace.
  • Thread conduit ends and connect couplings and conduit fittingsusing wrench.

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19. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Operated under OSHA safety requirements.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers and other components following all required safety guidelines including OSHA and city code regulations.
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems including manufacturing plants, restaurants, and offices in order to meet OSHA standards.
  • Complied with all safety guidelines (NEC, OSHA), creating troubleshooting strategies to reduce risk of electrical failures.
  • Completed 1000 hours of commercial electrical work adhered to all NEC, OSHA, NECA, IBEW work standards.
  • Understand all safety requirements required by OSHA and how to ensure not only self but other adhere to them.
  • Maintained NEC & OSHA standards while performing my job duties and installed all types of wire management solutions.
  • Follow all OSHA and company policies, rules, and regulations to complete work safely and efficiently.
  • Attended the MIOSHA Training Institute Powered Industrial Truck training course for certification as a forklift trainer.
  • Know, follow and hold others accountable to the safety policy, program and OSHA standards.
  • Provided safety training and ensured that employees were following OSHA safety rules and MSDS guidelines.
  • Complied with all safety regulations including OSHA and personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines.
  • Exhibited safe work practices and executed assigned tasks in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Can smoothly operate scissor and boom lifts & completed OSHA 10hr safety course.
  • Ensured that work area remained clear of hazardous materials adhering to OSHA guidelines.
  • Provided interpretation on schematics and bent pipe in accordance with OSHA regulations.
  • Implemented state mandated electrical codes, along with OSHA rules and regulations.
  • Enforce code/safety regulations set by the NEC, City/State Authorities and OSHA.
  • Practiced OSHA safety policies as well as abiding by NEC electrical code.
  • Observe NEC and state regulations; and safety practices according to OSHA.

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20. Scissor Lifts

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Here's how Scissor Lifts is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Qualified to operate heavy equipment operator- scissor lifts and forklifts.
  • Worked mostly from electric-hydraulic scissor lifts.
  • Operated equipment such as scissor lifts, boom lifts, skid steers, trenchers, backhoes, and mini excavators.
  • Work at heights utilizing scissor lifts, boom lifts, ladders, and scaffolding while properly using appropriate fall protection.
  • Apprentice Electrician, pull wire, make up electrical rooms, operate scissor lifts, install conduit, install bus duct
  • Operated trenchers, power tools, scissor lifts, pipe benders, and other equipment used in the electrical trade
  • Crawl into tight spaces, onto ladders, operate scissor lifts and work in attics to complete projects.
  • Operate forklifts, lulls, man lifts, and scissor lifts and back-hoe or excavators for duct banks.
  • Utilized hand/power tools, electric jacks, forklifts, concrete jackhammers, and scissor lifts 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.
  • Required to perform safety inspections and operate aerial scissor lifts and boom lifts on a daily basis.
  • Operate high-lift equipment such as scissor lifts, snorkel lifts, boom trucks and crane equipment.
  • Work with man lifts, scissor lifts, bucket trucks, trenchers, and heavy equipment.
  • Operated a variety of equipment including boom lifts, excavators, forklifts, and scissor lifts.
  • Used forklifts, boom lifts and scissor lifts, and drove company vehicles as well.
  • Operated scissor lifts, boom lifts, and forklifts in a very congested environment frequently.
  • Worked with multiple power tools and rough terrain forklifts, warehouse forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Crawled into tight spaces, climbed onto ladders/scissor lifts and into attics to complete work.
  • Operated JLG man lifts and scissor lifts for the installation of conduit and cable.

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21. Switch Gear

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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.
  • Install conduit circuit breakers, lights, wall plugs* Install switches and big switch gear* Pull wire and replace.
  • Wired in new bin fans, switch gears, limit switches and other various devices on grain sites.
  • Assisted journeyman in installing switch gear, transformers, generators, and high voltage panel from120v to 480v.
  • Set switch gear, transformers, motors, and make up, also panels, and sub panels.
  • Installed Switch Gear and completed all the wiring and cable connections, and terminated with high voltage.
  • Installed and relocated systems wiring, conduits, and switch gear in walls and equipment racks.
  • Executed daily operations of preventative maintenance on electrical panels, motor controls, and switch gears.
  • Connected wires to switch gear, electrical panels, Automated Transfer Switches, generators and transformers.
  • Installed and maintained motor control centers, switch gears, motors, power distribution systems;.
  • Performed maintenance and repairs on switch gears, transformers, circuit breakers, and generators.
  • Assist with installation of transformers, switch gears, high voltage terminations and testing.
  • Helped install power backups such as switch gears, UPS's and power generators.
  • Install electrical equipment panel, MCC, switch gears, both hi/low voltage.
  • Installed and wired lighting fixtures, retrofitted switch gear systems and emergency power.
  • Run PVC and conduit pipe-pull wire-Switch Gear Installments -Install exit signs & lights -QA/QC
  • Provided wiring and trouble shooting * Installing panels boards and switch gear.
  • Installed speakers, exit signs, switches, switch gear and transformers.
  • Wired water heaters, heat pumps, switch gears and air handlers.

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22. Electrical Units

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Here's how Electrical Units is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Assisted in the repairs, replacement, and refurbishing of all electrical units and damaged parts.
  • Installed and repaired electrical units in schools, churches, residential and commercial buildings.
  • Install electrical units, outlets, devices into homes.
  • Install, repair and maintain electrical units.
  • Help change lights, recepticals, fans, and other electrical units.
  • Repaired electrical units that were under warranty.

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23. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Pulled cables on main tray from PLC to junction boxes, including motor control center to motors and on/off switches.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, wiring diagrams, electrical schematics, system schematics, PLC logic diagrams, procedures.
  • Worked on a lot of control wiring from hooking up relays and PLC's to Time clocks.
  • Read and interpreted engineering drawings, specs, building plans, PLC logic diagrams.
  • Worked with machine PLC, hydraulics and building air to relocate and maintain equipment.
  • Performed technical tasks including pulling and terminating wires, PLC terminations and programming.
  • Download and upload program directly in field from PLC through MPI to USB.
  • Assist in building and troubleshooting 4160V industrial branch circuitry, including PLC troughs.
  • Learned and worked with PLC programs used throughout the oil and gas industry.
  • Assist in PLC installations in Murphy USA gas stations around the country.
  • Control, document and update all equipment PLC, and control systems.
  • Control wiring for motors and PLC systems and all types of instrumentation.
  • Repair and maintain factory production machines, using PLC laptop troubleshooting devices.
  • Program PLC's, resulting in better process times and operator safety.
  • Experienced in the installation and maintenance of PLC and DCS systems.
  • Assisted in the fabrication of the PLC panels and RIO panels.
  • Control Wiring and basic course work in Allan Bradley, PLC.
  • Complete retrofit of PLC panels and instruments at Shiner Brewery.
  • Implemented troubleshooting of motor control circuits, and PLC's.
  • Assisted with wiring between PLC's and motor control centers.

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24. Wire Ends

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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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25. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with test directors to test electrical equipment using blueprints, technical manuals and test procedures to ensure adequate operational performance.
  • Performed hydraulics, communication, and navigation systems functional test procedures.
  • Used blue prints, tech manuals, sketches, test procedures, practical and theoretical knowledge to test generators and motors.
  • Ensured safety measures are observed during test procedures.
  • Maintained and operated auxilary equipment, set ip addresses, and tested signal verification tests per test procedures.

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26. Electrical Outlets

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Here's how Electrical Outlets is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Experience organizing materials and performing electrical maintenance to include wiring electrical outlets switches and lights for residential construction and remodeling.
  • Installed and replaced electrical outlets.
  • Worked with renovation crew on hotel in Dallas-remodeling trim, window treatments, light fixtures, and electrical outlets.
  • Install j-boxes for electrical outlets, cut in boxes and cut in rings, lights and switches as needed.
  • Install fixtures, indoor and outdoor lighting, switches, electrical outlets, GFCI switches, and troubleshooting.
  • Assisted in installing and repairing electrical systems such as lighting, electrical outlets, and circuit breakers.
  • Assisted Journeyman in project scheme, including, installation and wiring lighting, electrical outlets, etc.
  • Assist with the installation of circuit breaker panel boxes, light fixtures, electrical outlets and receptacles.
  • Warehouse demolition, Ran pipe and wire, Put up light fixtures, and electrical outlets.
  • Installed conduit, routed wire, and installed electrical outlets/switches for publicly owned facilities in Maryland.
  • Assisted Electricians with installing electrical systems, lighting, electrical outlets, and circuit breakers.
  • Structured and maintained electrical outlets, fuses, light sockets, bulbs, and switches.
  • Place conduit inside designated partitions, walls, and pull insulated wires for electrical outlets.
  • Job Responsibilities: Installing light fixtures, electrical outlets, installing breaker boxes etc.
  • Installed electrical outlets, ran wires, installed breakers, junction boxes, thermostats.
  • Installed and tested new fixtures, electrical outlets, disconnects, and breakers.
  • Installed attic fans, identified electrical problems, installed electrical outlets and switches.
  • Installed electrical outlets, light fixtures, phone wiring and cable systems.
  • Installed electrical systems for lighting, electrical outlets and emergency fire systems.
  • Completed basic wiring tasks including electrical outlets, indoor and outdoor lighting.

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27. 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.
  • 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
  • Install new lighting and ceiling fans, and trace out short circuit in wiring, using test meter.

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28. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained and troubleshot electrical systems including HVAC systems and fire alarms in commercial, hospital and industrial applications
  • Maintained a working area that was clean, safe and stocked with appropriate equipment and supplies.HVAC Technician/Installer for Johnson Controls
  • Installed lights, ceiling fans, outlets, and switches, Accomplishments -Acquired approximately 2 years of HVAC experience.
  • Perform basic maintenance/ cleaning of air-conditioning system to include from residential to roof mounted high tonnage HVAC units.
  • Read and follow blueprints for lighting, power distribution load centers, general outlet circuits and HVAC.
  • Installed new equipment HVAC units, compressors, scanning tables, CNC lathes and plastic mold injectors.
  • Performed HVAC, Plumbing and general electrician duties, utilized aerial lifts, rigging scissor lift.
  • Transferred the electrical load for the HVAC system in accordance to current electrical codes.
  • Installed HVAC and security control systems in malls, schools, and pharmaceutical plants.
  • Installed and repaired HVAC equipment, appliances and wiring of gas plant controls.
  • Assisted the master HVAC technician with condenser, compressor chiller systems preventative maintenance.
  • Apprentice Electrician: Assisted in the installation of HVAC equipment and electrical wiring.
  • Read schematics and troubleshoot electrical circuits in logic board to HVAC control units.
  • Installed and maintained lighting, power, fire, communications and HVAC systems.
  • Cross-trained with the plumbing department and HVAC to cooperate with other maintenance departments.
  • Installed conduit bodies, switches, receptacles, lights and HVAC systems.
  • Pull all required wire needed for communication throughout the entire HVAC network.
  • Installed control wiring on HVAC units for many schools within CSRA
  • Assist owner in all electrical needs as well as HVAC services
  • Install and troubleshoot HVAC controls for industrial maintenance complex.

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29. Romex

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Here's how Romex is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Labor Construction pipe bending Romex and any electrical work
  • Cut, bent, and replaced metal conduit, romex wire, fish tape, and installed proper wire.
  • Pull romex wire for residential housing * Install boxes and prep house for trimmers per lead instructions.
  • Pulled Romex, ran underground, installed generators, and made sure that they ran properly.
  • Drill all walls so romex could be installed and routed to all junction box locations.
  • Installed both romex and conduit type AC circuits in residential and commercial buildings.
  • Experience with cloth, Romex, and BX metal-clad wire types.
  • Performed rough installations with MC, Romex and pipe.
  • Prepped rooms to run romex wire for power supply.
  • Pull romex, conduit, cable and telephone wire.
  • Pulled mostly romex and trim out electrical devices.
  • Install electrical piping, wiring, and Romex.
  • Run Romex, setup can lights, Panels.
  • Roped condo's using Romex according to prints.
  • Installed romex and other types of wiring.
  • Experience with BX and Romex cable.
  • Skilled in running NM (Romex) cable in new home projects up to 24,000 square feet.
  • Run romex, flex, and coaxial wires.
  • Pulled feeders and Romex for branch circuits in multi-family apartments
  • Single Family Apartment homes Ran romex, rough ins, & trim work.

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30. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Operate heavy equipment for transportation and subsequent installation of industrial grade solar panels.
  • Performed heavy equipment operation and maintenance.
  • Operated variety of heavy equipment.
  • Dig ditches using heavy equipment and trenchers to run underground conduit* Bend pipe* Make taps and connections* Read prints to run pipe
  • Use of heavy equipment included backhoe, bobcat, whacker packer for underground work, forklift, scissor and boom lifts.
  • Worked with Heavy Equipment Civil Engineer pour concrete and asphalt: drive trucks hauling dirt, sand and gravel.
  • Worked in a team with both high and low voltage power while ensuring complete safety Safely operated heavy equipment frequently
  • Experienced in bending and installing conduit, pulling wire, and operating heavy equipment such as fork lifts.
  • Wired residential, commercial and some industrial buildings, used heavy equipment and stocked parts in shop.
  • Fished pull strings, glued conduit, worked with heavy equipment operators scheduling materials drop off points.
  • Worked as apprentice under journeyman operating heavy equipment, running pipe, pulling wire, etc.
  • Operate heavy equipment and install underground services Traveled to distant locations hauling equipment with line trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment like skid steers, man lifts, and fork lifts.
  • Lift heavy equipment 50+ pounds daily and often up several flights of stairs.
  • Experience operating heavy equipment: JLG Man Lift, Forklift, Scissor Lift.
  • Operated heavy equipment including line trucks, fork lifts, bucket trucks.
  • Lifted and carried heavy equipment up a ladder following proper safety techniques.
  • Qualified on heavy equipment: Backhoe, Bobcat, Trencher, etc.
  • Operated Heavy Equipment, Saw cutting Coring, machines, etc.
  • Operated heavy equipment in support of the installation of pipe lines.

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31. AC

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Here's how AC is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked alongside licensed electricians and other contractors on multiple construction sites installing and repairing various types of electrical equipment.
  • Maintain a safe working environment while following detailed blueprints, schematics, and manufacturer publications.
  • Worked for mid-state general electrical contractors on a variety of construction and detraction projects.
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems including manufacturing plants, hospitals, and offices.
  • Performed residential electrical field service, oilfield electrical powerhouse and SCR drive shop manufacturing.
  • Interpret blueprints and schedule installation of infrastructure by communicating with other contractors.
  • Job Description: Basic wiring and electrical for automated industrial machinery.
  • Placed insulation over conductors or seal splices with moisture-proof covering.
  • Maintained accurate inventory to support safe and efficient operation.
  • Repaired electrical problems by replacing faulty parts and components.
  • Responded to emergency power failures and emergency back-up systems.
  • Maintained and serviced residual and commercial facilities.
  • Rewired commercial, residential and industrial facilities.
  • Apprentice Labor and Electrical Work, Private Labor/Contracting
  • Apprentice electrician for successful electrical contractor.
  • Operate company vehicles and machinery.
  • Pipe bending for manufacturing businesses.
  • Assisted in fabricating and maintaining various lighting fixtures, signs, outlet boxes, receptacles, switches and emergency lighting.
  • Secured brackets and bulkheads with screws and bolts and pulled wire through conduit leading to connection boxes, switch panels.
  • Operated backpack blower, kept shop clean of dust and wood chips, monitored the sorting machine for wood packaging.

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32. Conduit Support Brackets

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Here's how Conduit Support Brackets is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Fabricated and secured conduit support brackets.
  • Fabricate conduit support brackets from strap iron strips, using hacksaw, shaping dies, hammer, and punch.
  • Maintained electrical equipment such as breakers, power cables and circuits Fabricated and secured conduit support brackets.
  • Fabricate conduit support brackets from unistrut using hacksaw or sawsall.
  • Fabricated and secured conduit support brackets.
  • Fabricated and secured conduit support brackets.

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33. Electrical Boxes

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Here's how Electrical Boxes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed rack system for EMT conduit, installed EMT conduit, various electrical boxes, switches, outlets and florescent lights.
  • Job duties - Build and wire electrical boxes and cabinets to prepare for installation, Assist in installations and wire pulls.
  • Assisted Journeymen Electricians by bending, cutting and measuring conduit, pulling wire, terminating wires in electrical boxes.
  • Install electrical boxes and other wiring devices, Read blueprints, Dig trenches using shovels, picks.
  • Attached conduit and electrical boxes to communication shelter using all types of power and hand tools.
  • Installed troughs, electrical panels, florescent lights, switches, outlets, and electrical boxes.
  • Installed, maintained, repaired electrical components * Running PVC conduit underground and installing electrical boxes.
  • Installed and provided connection to electrical boxes; Selected appropriate cables, wires, and connectors.
  • Fabricated electrical boxes, switches, stocked electrical wire, delivered electrical equipment to job sites.
  • Installed projector electrical boxes, Installed MC, read Blue Prints and trained first year apprentices.
  • Install electrical boxes, pull electrical wire in residential and commercial building projects working alongside Electrician.
  • Bend pipe, pull wire, fabricate light fixtures, and make electrical boxes.
  • Installed conduit, electrical boxes, circuit breakers and various other items and materials.
  • Used measuring instruments daily to cut conduit or measure electrical boxes and other things.
  • Bend and install conduit, electrical boxes, lights, signs, McCable.
  • Run wires PVC Electrical Boxes Accomplishments Nothing is impossible Skills Used Working skills
  • Arrange wiring, fixtures, and electrical boxes in preparation for installations.
  • Followed blueprints of entire building, and built electrical boxes to code.
  • Run PVC SCH 40 underground piping for electrical boxes and feeders.
  • Run Wire from electrical boxes, to main power supply underground.

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34. Wire Pulls

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Here's how Wire Pulls is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Stripped various sizes of cables and created cable pulling heads on the ends of wires for underground wire pulls 8.
  • Assisted in various installments of electrical systems and devices including light fixtures, wire pulls, and circuit breaker boxes.
  • Maintain and order supplies for Journeymen, set up for wire pulls, install receptacles, and lighting fixtures.
  • Worked with Consulting Engineer and Lead Journeyman to facilitate wire pulls for engine controls and alarm and monitoring system.
  • 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.
  • Cable tray, conduit, wire pulls, terminations, lift operation, and grounding experience.
  • Experience in lighting layout, conduit bends, large wire pulls, service and transformer installs.
  • Wire pulls, conduit bending, and installation of new fluid pumps around facility.
  • Wire pulls, run wire, building conduit runs, install outlets and receptacles.
  • Interpreted documentation to plan routed layouts for conduit runs and wire pulls.
  • Assisted in commercial building rough-ins, wire pulls, and trim-outs.
  • Wall rough, underground work, overhead rough, wire pulls.
  • Assisted with wire pulls, ballasts changes and minor electrical maintenance.
  • Wire pulls and terminations to various devices or panels.
  • Performed wire pulls in Conduit Raceways and Service Entrances.
  • Assist in set up for feeder wire pulls.
  • Planned wire pulls and runs for various circuits.
  • Coordinate wire pulls with team members.
  • Assisted with wire pulls on wire ranging from 12 gauge to 750 cable.

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35. Schematic Diagrams

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Here's how Schematic Diagrams is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Gained experience analyzing and following manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints/specifications.
  • Experienced in the area of working strictly to guidelines of schematic diagrams, blueprints, manuals and the National Electric Code.
  • Gained extensive experience in the reading of schematic diagrams, blueprints.
  • follow wiring and schematic diagrams.
  • Gained extensive experiences in analyzing and following manuals,schematic diagrams,blueprints and other specification.
  • Gained extensive experience in analyzing and following manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications.

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36. 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.
  • Measured, cut and installed frameworks and conduit to support and connect wiring control panels and junction boxes.
  • Assist in terminating wires and cables to electrical equipment such as breakers, control panels and distribution systems.
  • Run and terminate wire in control panels in substation control room out underground to substation breakers and switches.
  • Wire motor control panels with PLC, VFD and CNC applications, all conforming to the NEC.
  • Wire all booms control panels based on days requests - Run and wire all trucks upon request
  • Help Journeymen Electrician bend conduit, pull wire, set control panels and other device boxes.
  • Installed conduit, wiring, f ire alarm, control panels, panel boards and transformers.
  • Pull wire to junction boxes, control panels, power components, and electrical components.
  • Worked up to 120 volts numerous times and worked on 480 volt control panels frequently.
  • Trouble shooting of 480 volt electrical systems and low voltage control systems and control panels.
  • 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.
  • Mount control panels and install fire detection devices, speakers and strobes.
  • Helped build electrical panels from junction boxes to motor control panels.
  • Pulled wire and made terminations in control panels using wiring schematics.
  • Wired and installed control panels for commercial and municipal sewage pumps.

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37. 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
  • Attach wires to switches and outlets.

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38. Drill Press

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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.
  • Construct panel boxes, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and hole 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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39. Residential Homes

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Here's how Residential Homes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Worked in many very different environments ranging from residential homes to government office buildings.
  • Wired and repaired electrical and electricity in existing and new residential homes.
  • Assisted licensed electrician with wiring of both residential homes and commercial businesses.
  • Performed electrical wiring projects in commercial and residential homes and buildings.
  • Install stand-alone generators and automatic transfer switches in residential homes.
  • Rewired and updating electrical circuits in residential homes and businesses.
  • Performed primarily high end residential homes
  • Installed electrical wiring, as well as plugs, switches, light fixtures, and electrical panels for residential homes.
  • Dig trenches and install conduit to convert overhead utilities to underground feed for a number of residential homes.
  • Performed all aspects of residential and light commercial electrical work on residential homes and small commercial facilities.
  • Enhance electrical safety within residential homes by examining work completes in order to meet strict electrical code.
  • Worked as team member in a small electrical company focused on accurate technical care in residential homes.
  • Fast pace electrical outfit that mostly worked in high-end residential homes, schools and commercial projects.
  • Wired Residential HomesNeed a job that I can count on so I can proceed in life.
  • Calculated main a mp service to residential homes, as well as amperage on electrical circuits.
  • Engineer the wiring of new residential homes and secure the work performed meets safety standards.
  • Experience working at several hospitals, residential homes and in germ-free, dust free environments.
  • Bend and run conduit, pull wire and disperse throughout residential homes, also finish work
  • Installed fans, light fixtures, plugs, switches and electrical appliances in residential homes.
  • Completed projects on large apartment complexes, schools, dairy farms, and residential homes.

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40. Minimal Supervision

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Here's how Minimal Supervision is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Performed breaker box change-outs to upgrade obsolete systems with minimal supervision of Journeyman and Master Electrician.
  • Perform various electrical maintenance and alteration duties with minimal supervision in compliance with current code guidelines.
  • 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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41. Identify Hazards

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Here's how Identify Hazards is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Assisted in diagnosing malfunctioning systems to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards and implemented proper protocol to rectify issues.
  • Perform effective troubleshooting to identify hazards or malfunctions and repair or substitute damaged units
  • Inspected electrical equipment or systems to identify hazards, defects, or repairs.
  • Inspect electrical systems, equipment, components to identify hazards, defects, or code compliance.
  • Inspected equipment to identify hazards, defects and adjusted and repaired to meet compliance with codes.

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42. Electrical Services

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Here's how Electrical Services is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and removed temporary electrical services for construction and operated trenchers and diggers for installation of underground services.
  • Assist licensed journeyman electricians in the installation of new electrical services, and performing maintenance to existing customers.
  • Complete electrical repairs under supervision * Assist Journeyman in various electrical services * Commercial and Residential electrical installation
  • Provide residential electrical services under the supervision of a certified and licensed electrician.
  • Provided industry leading electrical services while placing an emphasis on customer service.
  • Assisted in installing electrical services along with designing and planning electrical systems.
  • Performed electrical services upgrades, and household generator hook-ups and motor wiring
  • Installed and repaired electrical services in residential and commercial buildings.
  • Provided electrical services and repairs to commercial and residential projects.
  • Assist in the installation of industrial machinery electrical services.
  • Install electrical services for commercial and residential buildings.
  • Provided general electrical services and maintenance services.
  • Installed temporary and permanent electrical services.
  • Serviced and troubleshot existing electrical services.
  • Upgraded electrical services under supervision.
  • Assist journeyman electrician with electrical services rework, electrical installations, maintenance and repairs in homes, businesses and plant facilities.
  • Pull wire, terminate wire and provide all other electrical services necessary to bring oil well location online to produce oil
  • Rewired panels and meter disconnects for electrical services, and/ or any other damaged wires or devices.
  • Performed residential electrical services such as meter changes, repairs, light fixture installation, etc.
  • Installed and demolished electrical services, layout work for new installation and various retro fit projects.

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43. 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.
  • Strip insulation from wire end, by means of stripping pliers, and fasten wires to terminals for later soldering.

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44. 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.
  • 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.
  • Analyze and modify compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and ensure compliance with legal requirements.

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45. 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.
  • Test continuity of circuits using test equipment to ensure compatibility and safety of system following installation and replacement or repair.
  • Test electrical systems, and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring to ensure compatibility and safety of system.
  • Test continuity of circuits to ensure compatibility and safety of components using testing instruments.
  • Used ohmmeters, voltmeters and oscilloscopes for testing to ensure compatibility/safety of systems.
  • Utilized ohmmeters and voltmeters to ensure compatibility and safety of systems.

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46. Local Codes

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Here's how Local Codes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Helped to install wiring in new build and re-wire in retro fits and remodels according to applicable state and local codes.
  • Size wire to work load needed for device of operation, local codes, walk through job site with electrical inspectors.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures based on job specifications 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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47. Breaker Boxes

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Here's how Breaker Boxes is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Assisted in running wiring, running heat trace, install breaker boxes, install lighting, install switches on conveyor systems.
  • Assist Journeyman in electrical installation * Bend conduit * Assemble and install breaker boxes * Run wiring and pipes throughout building
  • Installed main system wiring in a Starbucks, set up transformers and breaker boxes, ran wiring through conduits.
  • Developed customer skills, Learned to wire up panels, breaker boxes, starters, disconnects, etc.
  • Installed circuit breaker boxes in homes and businesses for new locations as well as remodels of existing locations.
  • Worked on receptacles, light fixtures, light switches, disconnects, breaker boxes, and transformers.
  • Pull wire rewire breaker boxes outside and inside replace plugs and switches hang ceiling fans install lights
  • Installed electrical devices such as switches, receptacles, lighting fixtures, and circuit breaker boxes.
  • Assembled and installed electrical devices such as switch boxes, breaker boxes, and junction boxes.
  • Installed breaker boxes and conduit to run electrical wire to the various areas it was needed.
  • Worked with senior electricians to set up and test all breaker boxes and fuses.
  • Installed lights, outlets, plugs, breaker boxes and ceiling fans.
  • Job duties include running electrical wires, conduit and connecting breaker boxes.
  • Assembled solar panels, pulled wires, and helped build breaker boxes.
  • Experience installing and testing breaker boxes and wiring related to residential properties.
  • Installed Switches, receptacles, ran electric wire and wired breaker boxes.
  • Installed several breaker boxes with power and replaced worn out breakers.
  • Pull wire in to breaker boxes and wire outlets and switches.
  • Read and followed blueprints to install outlets and breaker boxes.
  • Run and terminate electrical lines to outlets and breaker boxes.

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48. Security Systems

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Here's how Security Systems is used in Apprentice Electrician jobs:
  • Gained an array of experience performing installation of home automation, security systems and communication systems.
  • Worked with low voltage wiring lines for telephones, security systems, fire alarms and computer wiring for networking as well.
  • Worked on a two man team to retrofit a call center to meet all power, data and security systems needs
  • 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.
  • Supported the installation of electrical panels, generators, ballasts, ceiling fans 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
  • Helped with the installation of electrical systems, home theater systems, fire and security systems
  • Worked on various security systems, from perimeters alarms and cameras to various access controls.
  • Install Residential AV, CCTV, Security systems DSC, 2gigProvide system orientation to end users
  • Complete wiring of upper scale homes as well as installation of High-End Security systems.
  • Install and configure Audio/video systems such as security systems and sound systems with intercoms.
  • Install sound systems, security systems, lighting, electrical outlets and circuits.
  • Installed data and security systems from conduit in the dirt to final terminations.
  • Assist in the installation of fire alarm and security systems in commercial buildings.
  • Installed alarms, cameras, finger scanners, and other security systems.
  • Assisted with fire alarm and security systems along with various relay controls.
  • Gained knowledge of security systems Electrician's Apprentice: First & Second Year

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49. Code Requirements

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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.
  • Installed VFD's and PLC's on client systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to 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.
  • Read blueprints and strictly followed all electrical code requirements.
  • Ensured that all installations met proper code requirements.
  • Meet daily deadlines, followed state 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
  • Installed electrical wire and electrical devices in residential as well as commercial environments to meet all local code requirements.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on client systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements issued by the NEC.
  • Connect recessed luminaries, both pre-wired and non pre-wired types according to code requirements.

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50. Complete Circuits

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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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20 Most Common Skill For An Apprentice Electrician

RUN Conduit27.9%
Electrical Systems17.9%
Light Fixtures5.6%
Hand Tools5.2%
Circuit Breakers4.6%
EMT4.4%
High Voltage4%
New Construction3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Apprentice Electrician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
RUN Conduit
RUN Conduit
22.8%
22.8%
2
2
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
14.6%
14.6%
3
3
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
4.5%
4.5%
4
4
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
4.3%
4.3%
5
5
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
EMT
EMT
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
High Voltage
High Voltage
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
New Construction
New Construction
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Defective Electrical Equipment
Defective Electrical Equipment
3%
3%
10
10
PVC
PVC
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Alarm Systems
Alarm Systems
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Job Site
Job Site
2%
2%
14
14
MC
MC
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Loose Connections
Loose Connections
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Service Calls
Service Calls
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Journeyman Electricians
Journeyman Electricians
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Conduit Ends
Conduit Ends
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Osha
Osha
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Scissor Lifts
Scissor Lifts
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Switch Gear
Switch Gear
1%
1%
22
22
Electrical Units
Electrical Units
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
PLC
PLC
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Wire Ends
Wire Ends
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Electrical Outlets
Electrical Outlets
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Test Meter
Test Meter
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Hvac
Hvac
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Romex
Romex
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
AC
AC
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Conduit Support Brackets
Conduit Support Brackets
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Electrical Boxes
Electrical Boxes
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Wire Pulls
Wire Pulls
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Schematic Diagrams
Schematic Diagrams
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Control Panels
Control Panels
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Attach Wires
Attach Wires
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Drill Press
Drill Press
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Residential Homes
Residential Homes
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Minimal Supervision
Minimal Supervision
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Identify Hazards
Identify Hazards
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Electrical Services
Electrical Services
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Strip Insulation
Strip Insulation
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Ensure Compatibility
Ensure Compatibility
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Local Codes
Local Codes
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Breaker Boxes
Breaker Boxes
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Security Systems
Security Systems
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Code Requirements
Code Requirements
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Complete Circuits
Complete Circuits
0.4%
0.4%

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