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Top 50 Electrical Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Electrical Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electrical Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.7% of Electrical Technician resumes contained Electrical Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Electrical Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Electrical Technician

1. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained and troubleshot automated electrical systems in the manufacture of electronic cables and devices.
  • Install, troubleshoot and repair high-voltage electrical systems in both residential and commercial settings
  • Designed electrical systems for new and existing facilities including power, telemetry, paging, fire alarm, security and telephone.
  • Performed skilled laboring duties related to the installation, maintenance and repair of a wide variety of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Design new and modify existing electrical systems for waste water, ground water and water treatment plants.
  • Work ranges from small to complex electrical installation and upkeep of electrical systems and components.
  • Work involved the assembly, wiring, and troubleshooting of electrical systems on battery-powered forklifts.
  • Tested and programmed all electrical systems and provided maintenance for new and existing wells.
  • Inspected electrical systems for new tenants assuring compliance with blueprints and codes.
  • Installed and maintained electrical systems for the construction of nuclear submarines.
  • Analyzed blueprints to install and maintain a building's electrical systems.
  • Fixed alarm and electrical systems in different parks across Kentucky.
  • Install electrical systems and equipment as and when needed.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot & repair instrument & electrical systems.
  • Experience in both A/C and D/C electrical systems.
  • Take care if all Electrical systems
  • Installed electrical systems in custom homes ranging from 10,000 square feet to 2,000 square feet.
  • Take care of all Electrical systems at Zeeco.
  • Worked Aircraft Air Conditioning and Electrical systems !
  • Performed complete re-wire jobs Repaired custom electrical systems Diagnosed computer sensors and electrical systems Rebuilt starters, alternators, and window motors

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2. PLC
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Here's how PLC is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Program PLC's for controls, provide documentation, troubleshoot/ repair automated equipment at customer site and provide suggestions for improvements.
  • Implement new PLC program and logic changes to facilitate operational and product changes as needed.
  • Programmed and maintained Houston Intercontinental Airport State Of The Art PLC Baggage Handling System.
  • Revise PLC code based on recommendations from operations employees and engineering staff.
  • Install motor drives, Programmed PLC's following schematic readings.
  • Read loop drawings from PLC to Solar turbine generation cabinet.
  • Completed continuing education courses in PLC Ladder Logic.
  • Perform new PLC programming for certain projects.
  • Completed the AB PLC 5 programming class 5/03.
  • Downloaded SLC 500 PLC programs.
  • Assembled Electrically and Mechanically Automation Robotics Machinery Debugged Machines using PLC Programming; Sony Robot Controllers
  • Programmed and repaired Robots; serviced conveyer systems; maintained factory information; PLC (programmable logic control.)
  • Land and terminate Cable in PLC,RTU panels, Land and terminate cable in Temp.
  • Programmed an AB SLC 500 PLC using RSLogix 500 and also upgraded Honeywell burner controls.
  • Calibrate equipment, program/ hardwire PLC's, download programs to PLC's.
  • Panel manufacture, PLC instalation, MCC install and test.
  • Wind 1.5ESS Pitch System (Functional Hub Tester w/Bachman PLC and Lab Dyno Setup).
  • Demonstrated knowledge of PLC's and Stand alone controllers.
  • Programmed Klockner Moeller PLC's.
  • Program and trouble plc-5 and Slc 500 logix.

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3. Motor Control Centers
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Here's how Motor Control Centers is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Experience gained in filler closing machines, conveyors, scales, retort cookers, and motor control centers and various other equipment
  • Perform routine maintenance on DC and AC motors, motor control centers, starters, and line drives.
  • Build and wire motor control centers, and alarm panels for Board of Water Supply.
  • Supplied 480 volt feeders to Motor Control Centers and Power Distribution Panels.
  • Finished the refurbishment of Motor Control Centers and their installation.
  • Serviced and operated Motor Control Centers providing 480VAC and 4160VAC.
  • Maintained Cutler Hammer and Westinghouse motor control centers.
  • Performed Insulation testing and inspection of Medium and High voltage electrical distribution systems, motor control centers and switchgear.
  • Trained and used IR Cameras on 13.8 kilovolt 4160V, 480V Electrical Breaker Motor Control Centers.
  • Worked on the installation of all LV switchgear and Motor control centers.
  • Job Duties: Rebuilt motor control centers and switchgears.

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4. High Voltage
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Here's how High Voltage is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Performed high voltage clearances on previously energized electrical equipment.
  • Promoted to head up High Voltage Stations and was responsible for the power distribution throughout the entire plant.
  • Installed underground high voltage electrical distribution cables using ditch digging equipment such as trenching machines and industrial backhoes.
  • Versed with all aspects of high voltage distribution circuits, Ladder Logic, electrical schematics and wiring diagrams.
  • Worked with Various types of controls, Low voltage, and some High voltage work.
  • Changed out high voltage rectifiers; high voltage alternators; phase modules and wheel motors.
  • Assisted in the assembly of the vehicles, installed the high voltage wiring and components.
  • Diagnose and replaced high voltage electrical power lines, poles wiring and underground line.
  • Overhaul high voltage electrical and mobility systems on light rail vehicles.
  • Fabricated high voltage cables, modified previously built cables and harnesses.
  • Work with 3 phase circuits and other high voltage applications.
  • Experience with wiring and setup of high voltage systems.
  • Trained on testing high voltage cable and high podding.
  • Performed the maintenance of the high voltage transformers.
  • Maintain Test and Repair High Voltage Breakers.
  • Install and inspect high voltage fixtures.
  • Worked closely with high voltage technicians on startup and pulled wire phased line for industrial buildings.
  • Managed and scheduled inspection and testing of high voltage Plant Personnel Protective Equipment critical to safety.
  • Contract Electrician, Responsible for the installation of motors, Motor starters, and all high voltage equipment during Capital Project.
  • Work with Electrical Systems from 12 volt to 69 KVA Experienced in High Voltage Maintenance.

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5. Transformers
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Here's how Transformers is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted infrared scan and load centers and high-voltage transformers, performing electrical correction as required.
  • Parallel Operation of Transformers & Generators.
  • Maintained proper operation of power control rooms (PCR) and motor control rooms (MCC), PM 12.5kv transformers.
  • Change out old and /or existing load centers, transformers and lighting for commercial, residential and industrial sites.
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine component parts and assembly sequences for transformers and other production units.
  • Assembled and troubleshot Allen Bradley PLC's, power supplies, transformers, circuit breakers, etc.
  • Provided installation and maintenance services to motors, lighting fixtures, generators, circuit breakers and transformers.
  • Diagnose malfunctioning apparatuses, such as transformers, motors and lighting fixtures, using test equipment.
  • Installed and tested electrical components including relays, transformers, circuit boards, and switches.
  • Install conduits, pull wire, and various types of electrical motors and transformers.
  • Diagnose malfunction devices including transformers and replaced broken or damaged cable and wire.
  • Installed transformers and secondary lines for 200-housing units on Columbus Air Force Base.
  • Maintain, repair and rewire electrical outlets, transformers and generators.
  • Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers.
  • Provided and performed testing on transformers and switches.
  • Wire in transformers and safety switches.
  • Analyze voltage and current fluctuations in transformers with the installation of Dranetz equipment and software.
  • Placed transformers and wired in service to main panels in commercial applications.
  • Maintain Boiler units Ran high voltage cable and installed transformers and lighting/plug.
  • Switch Gears, Transformers, and M.O.V, U.P.S.

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6. Control Systems
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Here's how Control Systems is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Perform system and board-level testing and troubleshooting of elevator control systems comprised of digital and analog circuits, and microprocessor-controlled logic.
  • Performed functional/operational checks, troubleshoots and repairs on avionics/electrical, instrument and flight control systems.
  • Installed and commissioned instrument assemblies, fire/gas detection, public address/general announcement (PAGA) and Power control systems.
  • Provided diagnostic repair of wind turbine down tower and hub pitch control systems in compliance to EHS safety rules.
  • Perform analysis and tuning on process control systems for Kiln/Furnace units, weighing systems and cooling flow control systems.
  • Design and repair control systems for power generation and distribution on off shore production platforms and drilling rigs.
  • Provided technical field support for the installation and coupling of electrical panels with various control systems.
  • Work with the Order Team to modify control systems as required to meet requirements.
  • Design, build, program, and install PLC based control systems.
  • Research or improvise new control systems and devices with on site equipment.
  • Assembled and installed industrial control systems on various types of industrial machinery.
  • Installed, diagnosed and repaired of electrical / electronic control systems.
  • Assisted in the design of instrumentation and PLC based control systems.
  • Install and maintain electrical control systems and solid state equipment.
  • Installed and maintained SCADA control systems and fire safety systems.
  • Use Electrical schematics to troubleshoot control systems.
  • Assembled and installed industrial heat control systems.
  • Participated in static, as well as dynamic testing of High and Medium voltage switchgears and Motor Control systems.
  • Configure, Wire and testing of industrial Control systems, Heaters and communications Via wiring diagrams and Schematics.
  • Design,build and install control systems.

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7. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated corrective/preventative maintenance actions between divisions.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all electrical and electronic devices on production and building facility equipment.
  • Conducted OSHA inspections and performed corrective and preventative maintenance on overhead cranes.
  • Perform monthly preventative maintenance on all systems including mechanical and electrical.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance, inspections and located problems before they occurred.
  • Perform preventative maintenance while consistently increasing profitability.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on electrical control systems.
  • Provide customer support and preventative maintenance.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and perform preventative maintenance on all electrical and automated systems within the Guardian production line.
  • Involved with the report generation of all duties performed on site doing preventative maintenance duties.
  • Maintain and keep daily track of electrical preventative maintenance with work order system.
  • Execute Electrical PM (Preventative Maintenance) & CM (Corrective Maintenance).
  • Perform preventative maintenance, diagnostics, checking and adjusting voltages and pressures.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on bobbin wire winders and wire bunching machines.
  • Work with JDE Preventative maintenance system with work orders and scheduling.
  • Assist in the preventative maintenance program for all the equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance duties in the electrical side of industry.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on motors and all bearings.
  • Perform daily and/or weekly Preventative Maintenance and other Cell maintenance activity.Setup, operate and effectively troubleshoot all work station.
  • Utilize Maximo 7 record keeping system to assign and complete work orders, preventative maintenance, and maintain parts inventory.

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8. AC
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Here's how AC is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Re-worked and/or modified electrical/electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies following Manufacturing Orders or Engineering instructions and make recommendations as required.
  • Performed required Monthly and semi annual fire safety and DOT inspections at all facilities in the area of responsibility.
  • Assisted in maintenance of the shop, tools and machines used to assist in doing the job properly.
  • Performed setup, calibration, testing and troubleshooting of circuits, components, assemblies of manufacturing equipment.
  • Experience in voltage varying from 4160 to 120v ac as well as low voltage DC applications.
  • Repair of electric stoves, water heaters, washing machines and replacement of fixtures.
  • Operate metalworking machines to fabricate housings, jigs, fittings, or fixtures.
  • Checked v-belts, lubricated fan bearings and replaced air filters on air handlers.
  • Worked as back-up crew leader for shift Maintenance Team in Hot Mill.
  • Assembled 450 volt Load Centers & Distribution Center Switchboards for LHA-6 contract.
  • Replaced sub-assembly units in small to medium size ventilating and cooling systems.
  • Install wires and meters for both commercial and residential space
  • General Motors Facility - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Repaired packaged A/C units, and ventilating fans.
  • Inspect parts for surface defects.
  • Performed Quality Assurance and Factory Acceptance Testing on assembled units.
  • Climbed towers, worked in confined crawl spaces and worked a flexible, non-standard workweek.
  • Wired units according to specifications Performed test and document results Prepared for customer purchase
  • Completed specialized testing while working in concert with Physicists at the Teledyne Scientific & Imaging facility in Thousand Oaks, CA.
  • design and repair) Military Status U.S. Air Force Rank achieved E-5, Staff Sergeant Viet Nam era Veteran

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9. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Electrical Technician 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.
  • Install electrical or electronic parts and hardware in housings or assemblies, using soldering equipment and hand tools.
  • Use of test equipment, hand tools, and specialized tools to diagnose and fix electrical problem.
  • Operated basic hand tools and ladders ranging from 2 feet to 14 feet tall to replace lamps.
  • Replaced defective components and wiring and adjusted mechanical parts, using hand tools and soldering iron.
  • 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.
  • Worked with wires, using hand tools and handling small components which required manual dexterity.
  • Repair and replace wires, cables or other fixtures using hand tools or electronic tools.
  • Reassemble repaired electric motors to specified requirements and ratings, using hand tools and electrical.
  • Perform soldering of assemblies and using hand tools, power tools, and torque tools.
  • Bolted component parts together to form tower assemblies, using hand tools.
  • Used electrical test and calibration equipment along with common electrical hand tools.
  • Replace damaged and broken wires and cables, using hand tools.
  • Used a selection of different hand tools to finish certain projects.
  • Construct and fabricate parts, using hand tools and specifications.
  • Use hand tools, power tools, and torque tools.
  • Experienced with many different hand tools to perform control enclosures assembly.
  • Operate Lathe/Milling/Band Saw machines, Mig/Tig welders and various hand tools and test equipment

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10. Circuit Breakers
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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Wired electrical control panels and circuit breakers to custom specifications for Schneider Electric.
  • Installed, tested and modified circuit breakers, controls, fuses, electrical control panels, lights and motors.
  • Repaired and replaced switches, transformers, motors, receptacles, lights fixtures, ballast and circuit breakers.
  • Provided accurate installation of circuit breakers, fuse boxes, battery dividers, and back-up alarm kits.
  • Connected wiring to relays, circuit breakers, plugs, switches and solenoids.
  • Installed switches, receptacles, wiring, lights, fans and circuit breakers.
  • Build circuits for testing circuit breakers and switches to UL Safety standards.
  • Test, Assemble, Calibrate and diagnose problems of electrical circuit breakers.
  • Replace faulty circuit breakers, fuses, switches, electrical cables.
  • Conduct testing and commissioning of circuit breakers for distribution of power.
  • Repaired and replaced switches, receptacles, circuit breakers and lights.
  • Performed tests on circuit breakers and relays as per procedure.
  • Wired circuit breakers and various other switches.
  • Power and Molded Case Circuit Breakers 14.
  • Connected wires to circuit breakers.
  • Rebuild and calibrate Circuit Breakers.
  • Job Responsibilities Included: Clean, Rebuild, and Test Industrial Circuit Breakers
  • Installed PLCs wire change batteries Tested and maintained high-voltage circuit breakers.
  • Install high voltage motor starters, contactors & circuit breakers.
  • Change ballots, 120 voltage Electrical fixtures Electrical wiring in office building Replace circuit breakers, and fuses, switches.

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11. Test Procedures
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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Utilized various electronic test equipment including schematics, proprietary software, computer diagnostics and test procedures.
  • Perform intermediate electrical/functional troubleshooting for assemblies that do not pass the accepted test procedures.
  • Performed modifications and Boeing manufacturing test procedures on AC-130 electrical and environmental systems.
  • Develop test procedures, analyze performance and verify specifications.
  • Performed Sikorsky acceptance test procedures on UH-60 and S-70 avionic, electrical and flight control systems.
  • Overhaul assembly of engineering prototypes and test circuitry, including testing using Engineers' test procedures.
  • Create and execute vehicle and component test procedures for conformation and validation of failure modes.
  • Reduced test time on control boards by 30% by fine tuning test procedures.
  • Assisted GM in troubleshooting vehicle's electrical issues and developing test procedures.
  • Create test procedures, diagnose, repair and troubleshoot control systems equipment.
  • Test components using proper test procedures that is reviewed by leadership.
  • Assisted in the development of test procedures for the MH-6 aircraft.
  • Maintain and document test procedures and electrical diagrams.
  • Documented all test procedures and component mileage logs.
  • Updated and rewrote satellite test procedures.
  • Developed conveyer test procedures to reduce downtime by 50% in a year period.

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12. Electric Motors
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Here's how Electric Motors is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Redesign Electric Motors for specific applications.
  • Operated various machinery such as man lifts, forklifts, over-head-cranes, conveyor belts, elevators, electric motors, etc.
  • Maintain and improve facility Electrical System, including Electric boards, Electric Motors, pumps and AC Systems.
  • Conducted final inspection on electric motors before shipped to the customer or place in storage.
  • Build products such as electric motors, electronic control devices, and sensing equipment.
  • Install electrical distribution systems including electric motors, electric controls, and fire alarms.
  • Maintained and supervised the packing system and monitored the operation of electric motors.
  • Designed and implemented thorough quality tests for small electric motors and gearboxes.
  • Dismantled electric motors, and gearboxes to gain access to damaged areas.
  • Tear down, clean and rebuild electric motors, pumps and generators
  • Assessed electric motors to determine wiring type and winding style.
  • Worked on AC and DC electric motors and drives.
  • Connect electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors.
  • Assemble soft starter control panels to power electric motors.
  • Build electrical harnesses Install and test electric motors on dynamometers Set up test stands, mechanically and electrically
  • Assembled, tested and repaired electric brakes for overhead lift cranes and other electric motors including Demag.
  • Diagnose,troubleshoot and repair electric motors along with general maintainence in field service
  • Rebuild and service variety of electric motors Re-wind internal electrical motor windings Troubleshoot and diagnose electrical motors
  • Test and repair electric motors including use of multimeters megers rewind moters.
  • Serviced, repaired diesel engines/ equipment Took apart, serviced, and rebuilt amature electric motors Loaded, unloaded trucks Assisted customers

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Here's how VAC is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Use company software for disciplinary action, attendance and vacation scheduling and manpower scheduling.
  • Provide troubleshooting support to HVAC technicians for electrical controls and building automation system.
  • Drive vehicles required to perform or travel to cleaning work, including vans, industrial trucks, or industrial vacuum cleaners.
  • Completed commercial installation of HVAC controls through the use of a micro-processor for the purposes of reducing building energy consumption.
  • Set up, assembled, and tested vacuum ovens and high density vacuum press's for high volume production.
  • Drop in and connect supply power to panel in accordance with electrical specs ranging from 120Vac - 480Vac.
  • Complete wiring of service panels, AC terminals, low voltage alarms and HVAC units.
  • Program user interface and heat/vacuum controls, fix gun rotation/alignment, check voltage,.
  • Helped with many numerous projects such as electrical, carpentry, and HVAC.
  • Monitor Dual Stage Ammonia Refrigeration Systems, HVAC Systems, & Boilers.
  • Adjust accordingly physically or through the HVAC program controlling these settings.
  • Support HVAC with electrical troubleshooting split and wall mounted units.
  • Installed wiring and HVAC according to blue prints.
  • Maintain and repair HVAC systems for facility.
  • Worked on devices that were low voltage (12VDC) to high voltage equipment (480VAC).
  • Repaired all aspects including (HVAC, Propulsion, Auxilary Power Supply, Doors) of LRV as needed for warranty.
  • Installed and maintained motor controllers and motors up to 480 VAC 3 Phase, including installing the conduit.
  • Maintain all 12v- 24v DC battery system, and low voltage from 120vac to 13.8 kvac.
  • Oil, hydrolic, sf6, vacuum, air, spring charge etc], Preformed all maintenance on substation equipment.
  • Worked with voltages ranging from 12 VAC to 480 VAC as well as single and three phase equipment.

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Here's how VFD is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Install and maintain electrical equipment, configure Variable Frequency Drives (VFD's) and DC Drives.
  • Service oil rigs VFD houses, camera systems, power generation, draw works etc.
  • Install and program VFD speed drives, monitor and test motor performance curves.
  • Service, commissioning and repair of power drives (VFD).
  • Cut and ran cable trays and power cables to VFD motors.
  • Checked parameters and installed software on VFD's.
  • Work on 4-20 ma 24vdc, 120V, 480V control systems, A/C motors and gearboxes and VFD's.
  • Trouble shoot and assemble control systems with Circuit boards, VFD's, PLC's and Sensors.
  • Build PIC Racks, Mounted VFD'S Power Panels, Lighting Panels and PLC Panels.
  • Program VFD's and work on PLC's.
  • Load the program parameter for VFD , ID meg, and start the commissioning procedure.
  • Provide the required modification and archival of PLC, OITs and VFD systems.
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain VFD's like Allen Bradley Powerflex 700 series along with Powerflex 70 and 40 series.
  • Project Four: Elevator Motor Starter using Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Implementation of the Power circuit.
  • Experienced with Lantech Packaging, Labelers, Conveyor system, instrumentation, VFD drives, etc.
  • panel builder - Fabricating and wiring of PLC /Relay-based, VFD, MCC control panels.
  • Tow Siemens 17,500 hp Synchronous motors supplied by liquid cooled Vfd's.12.47 Kv stress cones.
  • Modified and tested programming on PLCs and VFDs for electrical control systems.
  • Plant Electrician/Electrical Safety/Timing Controls/VFDs/Sensors BagHouse and Material Conveyance Purchase parts, supplies and outside contractor services.
  • Experience with plc, hdmi, analog, vfd and many other custom control panel parts.

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Hand production of circuit boards that ran many types of machinery such as paper towel dispensers and small cameras.
  • Applied circuit boards to controls, diagnosed all completed controls on computer program.
  • Research and build test fixture for test printed circuit boards and peripherals.
  • Tested, troubleshot and repaired printed circuit boards down to component level.
  • Established troubleshooting procedures for 15 different circuit boards for repairing damaged boards.
  • Check the circuit boards before they are put into the generators.
  • Read blueprints, schematics, assembled electrical control and circuit boards.
  • Solder printed circuit boards (Surface mount and Through hole).
  • Assembled circuit boards for in house marine equipment.
  • Assembled printed circuit boards and sheet metal enclosures.
  • Point to point wiring on circuit boards.
  • Wired and soldered circuit boards.
  • Rework of malfunctioning circuit boards.
  • Set up the machine, and run one of the circuit boards.
  • Repaired damaged PC boards, using a soldering station and handtools designed for working on printed circuit boards.
  • Worked with engineering to lay out and construct printed circuit boards, resulting in reduced assembly costs.
  • Wired electronics, electronic cables, circuit boards [ ] for power heads.
  • Tested and programmed circuit boards pre-production.
  • Assembled and wired electrical boards/motors Assembled packaging machines Troubleshoot circuit boards on packaging machines
  • Assemble circuit boards Test and program PCB Assemble controllers Solider components

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Performed trouble shooting on AC and DC motors, tested and repaired low voltage and high voltage control systems.
  • Trouble shooting of VSD's (Variable Speed Drives) based induction motors and their control system.
  • Wired mobile homes, service work, ran crew, and trouble shooting electrical wires.
  • Used electrical schematics (English, German, and French) to assist trouble shooting.
  • Support in all Trouble shooting on OS issues and software issue.
  • Service and Trouble shooting of all type of Computers and Peripherals.
  • Maintain machinery, PLC, drives, wiring and trouble shooting.
  • Conducted trouble shooting, repaired, and installed electrical power systems.
  • Carry out inspection and trouble shooting of GEN SET.
  • Helped in trouble shooting problems on heat trace circuits.
  • Trouble shooting, inspection, and team coordination.
  • Utilized Testing and Trouble Shooting Equipment when applicable.
  • Trouble shooting and calibration of AMOT valves.
  • Completed trouble shooting operations when needed.
  • Trouble shooting washing machine and dryer.
  • repair, removal, installation and trouble shooting of electrical system on Bell 206, Mirage F1 and T33 Fleet.
  • Field Service and Trouble Shooting various High and Low Voltage Power Generators and Switchgear, Mechanical Maintenance when needed.
  • Lead electronics technician with over 5000 field hours Repairing trouble shooting and modifying all frac equipment.
  • xpanded many upgrades on Spirometry software, such as E testing, trouble shooting and revisions.
  • Remodel of commercial property *Bending of conduit *Polling wire on job *Trouble shooting problems on job

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Specified, ordered, and integrated new equipment for additional capabilities and process monitoring.
  • Removed old systems and wiring, fabricated/installed new harnesses, installed new equipment, and then tested and repaired as necessary.
  • Assisted in testing of new equipment, taking notes and uploading data, and whatever else the engineers asked.
  • Set up and perform environmental and operational tests on new equipment and produce technical reports based on test data.
  • Experienced in reading blueprints and schematics for wiring installation of new equipment, additions, and alterations.
  • Assist in maintaining documentation for existing and new equipment, control and building power system installations.
  • Provided delivery service to mines sites upon request and responsible for stocking new equipment when received.
  • Job also Includes new electrical installations and installation of new equipment, order parts etc.
  • Bend and install conduit, layout wire pulls and wire panels for new equipment.
  • Build control panels, run conduit, and wires for new equipment implementation.
  • Conduct maintenance, installation and start up of existing and new equipment.
  • Conduct training to new and junior personnel as required for new equipment.
  • Assisted senior management review and acquire new equipment and tools.
  • Ordered parts, maintained inventory trained employees on new equipment.
  • Installed new equipment or machinery that was also required.
  • Installed, aligned, and balanced new equipment.
  • Run wire and conduit for new equipment.
  • Worked with the Plant Engineer / Maintenance Manger to setup and wire up the electrical control Systems on some new equipment.
  • Install new equipment, run fork truck , lull lift.
  • Maintained Videojet printing systems Maintained high speed video inspection systems Installed new equipment Maintained plastic extrusion and compression molding machinery

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Here's how Variable Frequency is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Tested, repaired and install of electric motors, variable frequency drives, alarms and control systems.
  • Performed VFD wiring, set up and troubleshooting along with service calls for variable frequency drives.
  • Install and program various variable frequency drives including but limited to Allen Bradley and Siemens.
  • Assembled and wired variable frequency drives to power oil and water pumps.
  • Worked with various DC, AC, and Variable Frequency Drives.
  • Worked on PLC's, Variable frequency drives and instrumentation.
  • Program Allen Bradley, and SEW Variable frequency drives.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot variable frequency drives.
  • Have replaced and installed overload relays, starter, contactors, breakers, variable frequency drives and disconnects.
  • Service and troubleshoot Variable Frequency Drives up 7000HP 6900 Volt.
  • Installed and troubleshot Allen Bradley Variable Frequency Drives(Powerflex's, 1336's, and 1305's).
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) controlling motors and inductors.

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Maintain quality control/satisfaction records, constantly seeking new ways to improve customer service.
  • Delivered exceptional customer service internationally, contributing to strong, positive relationships.
  • Recognized for providing proficient work and excellent customer service.
  • Perform basic construction skills and customer service representative.
  • Provided customer service and technical support to existing customers
  • Ensured optimal levels of internal/external customer service.
  • Supported customer service during delivery and acceptance trials on both LCAC's and 47ft.
  • Challenged to drive growth through keen management of daily business operations and customer service.
  • Apply good judgment and customer service skills, exhibiting appropriate conduct.
  • Advise clients using prior customer service skills
  • Complete customer service call invoices.
  • Assist in daily electrical and carpentry operations * Ensure quality levels of customer service
  • Install retro-fit ERT's onto preexisting gas meters Customer Service- providing detailed information on the purpose and process of the change
  • Coordinate and process customer specific requests and special projects Support all elements of sales, manufacturing and customer service.
  • Establish a clear understanding of the business partners and their requirements* Ensure excellent customer service.
  • closed circuit system, network connections, electronic work, customer service.
  • Improved customer service attributes Obtained sales skills by observing the manager and assisting customers Acquired electrical car technician skills
  • Installed/Inspected Audio & Video equipment Provided customer service Diagnosed customers equipment and provided necessary services
  • Solder coaxial cable ends Coaxial cable crimping Performed functional tests on completed cables Waitress Customer service
  • Rebuild, repair, and refurbish electrical equipment Warehouse maintenance Inventory control Customer Service Forklift Operator

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20. Wire Harnesses
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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Contracted to build wire harnesses for military personnel vehicles
  • Performed assembly of wire harnesses and sub-assemblies
  • Worked with electrical engineers on fabrication and changes of wire harnesses, utilizing drawings and semantics per NASA and military standards.
  • Supported a Retro-Fit B1-B Bomber Program, built wire harnesses, painted instrument panels and assisted in amending various drawings.
  • Performed diversified assembly, rework, repair, inspection and/or basic testing of communication and electronic wire harnesses.
  • Assembled, spliced, terminated, and tested wire harnesses in accordance with specified aircraft manuals.
  • Tested wire harnesses, panels, and electrical systems for continuity and proper functioning.
  • Constructed and tested electronic circuits and install point-to-point wire harnesses and connectors.
  • Assemble, test, and troubleshoot wire harnesses for the AH-64D Apache helicopter
  • Inspected and repaired wire harnesses in preparation for test and packaging.
  • Performed construction and repair of large wire harnesses for F-15's.
  • Trained in building wire harnesses for F-18 aircraft.
  • Run wire harnesses through conduits in small spaces.
  • Assembled connectors for wire harnesses.
  • Install wire harnesses on modules.
  • Assembled wire harnesses and electrical panels Chosen as company representative to attend training in assembly and testing of electrical harnesses
  • Worked on control boxes, PLCs, switches, alarm boxes and wire harnesses with connectors.
  • Assembled wire harnesses and hand held pendants from diagrams .
  • Assembled and wired subassemblies and electrical control units per schematics and blueprints Maintained inventory levels Soldered wire harnesses
  • Build and Repair wire harnesses for Police cars,Patrol cars,Sherrif cars and Fire Trucks.

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Here's how NEC is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Installed electrical systems and modified when necessary.
  • Assist in the coordination of electrical Mechanical & steam service outages as new systems are connected to in place current systems.
  • Maintained, installed, tested, and connected electrical systems in factories, industrial buildings, residential properties and other facilities.
  • Design and develop work strategies according to architectural prints and client specifications that are compliant with NEC standards.
  • Examined electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tightened connections, using hand tools.
  • Bench, cabinets and form board buildup of electrical connectors and harnesses (IPC-620).
  • Worked on a multiple amount of electrical connectors from start to finish in clean room.
  • Installed cat 5, cat 3, connectors, outlets, and wires configurations.
  • Ordered and maintained the necessary inventory to meet monthly production schedules.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components.
  • Help test components when vehicle is complete and troubleshoot if necessary.
  • Followed state and local building regulations based on the NEC.
  • Cut, crimped, and applied connectors to wire cables.
  • Wire and make electrical connections in Load Centers and Sub-Panels.
  • Connect wires to transformers and other components.
  • Installed NEC Electra digital phone systems.
  • Inspect wiring through out home and make necessary repairs to bring up to current electrical code.
  • DOT, OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NEC, ASME, TCEQ, ERCOT, etc.)
  • Install, terminate and connect electrical wiring Install and maintain electronics electrical equipments and distribution circuits Service and maintain circuit
  • worked with USB,Serial port,Cat5 ,Co-axial cables and connectors.

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22. HMI
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Here's how HMI is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Edited Allen Bradley PanelView HMI screens found in plant based on operator and maintenance technician's preferences.
  • Build station automation and HMI controls using common standardized applications set forth by Columbia engineering staff.
  • Created work plans, designed and installed equipment upgrades including PLC programming and HMI.
  • Implemented the control design into production by utilizing the integrated PLC-HMI-SCADA system.
  • Program PLC, HMI and SCADA systems for automated cable manufacturing systems.
  • Improved and fixed existing software for PLC's and HMI's.
  • Program and troubleshoot PLC activities as well as HMI systems.
  • Introduced HMI programs to interface with plant equipment.
  • Use HMI system to correct faulted cabins.
  • Install all Electrical Drives, PLC, HMI, Motors, Control System, and Wiring.
  • WORK PRIMARILY WITH ALLEN BRADLEY, SIEMENS, PLC's DRIVES, AND HMI's.
  • Install and program Allen Bradley PLC, HMI and Servo Drives.
  • Experience in Programming with Allen Bradley PLC 5, PLC 500 and Control Logix Software along with RS View HMI.
  • Loaded job specific PLC programs and HMI runtimes on to equipment prior to shipment.
  • Programmed various PLCs and HMI's to replace older systems.
  • Designed, ordered and programed PLC, Panelview (HMI) and drive control systems to replace obsolete systems.
  • Designed electrical controls and programmed PLCs, HMIs and Drives for in-house manufacturing equipment.
  • Install, troubleshoot and calibrate using Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems such as Uticor, Panelview and Wonderware.
  • Programmed PLC, HMI, and VFDs (Vector, and Servo controllers, Switchgear (Siemens and ABB).

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Here's how New Construction is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, remodels and plant expansions.
  • Assisted in installation of commercial and residential electrical systems in new construction and remodeling.
  • Constructed electrical diagrams for complete circuitry throughout buildings remodeled and of new construction.
  • Perform electrical maintenance on new construction and existing facilities.
  • Commission electrical buildings and equipment during new construction.
  • Perform commercial and residential wiring for old and new construction along with predictive and preventive maintenance.
  • Installed and repaired signs; installed electrical equipment in new construction and private residences.
  • Perform home wiring for new construction both residential and commercial.
  • Installed electrical for new construction from 4160V to 12V systems.
  • Install service entrance and new panels in new construction.
  • Completed new construction projects for commercial buildings.
  • Experienced in new construction and remodel settings.
  • Installed lighting circuits for new construction.
  • Light new construction electrical work.
  • Promote productivity on projects to completion by following work schedule timelines for new construction and remodels.
  • Grant Allendale CDX Plywood Plant, Allendale, SC New construction of CDX Plywood Plant.

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Here's how Logic Controllers is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Work independently in troubleshooting and repair problems with Programmable Logic Controllers and related components when required.
  • Installed and configured programmable logic controllers and variable frequency drives.
  • Repaired and programmed Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers.
  • Installed programmable logic controllers and electrical components.
  • Trouble shoot automation equipment, making necessary repairs and programming PLC's (programmable Logic Controllers).
  • Used electrical and other hand tools to connect Programmable Logic Controllers to various electrical devices.
  • Design, program and troubleshoot plant programmable logic controllers, input/output devices and associated equipment.
  • Install, maintain and configure Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), hardware.
  • Understand the use and operation of programmable logic controllers (PLC).
  • Preformed many kinds of maintenance on electrical systems Worked primarily on programmable logic controllers and variable frequency drives
  • Developed automation circuitries using Programmable Logic Controllers.
  • Program and utilize various logic controllers from Allen Bradley, GE Fanuc and Siemens using hardware and data highway communications.
  • Developed programs to use with programmable logic controllers (Keystone PLCs) for creating/building test fixtures for functional testing.

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25. CNC
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Here's how CNC is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Repair of CNC grinding centers, high temperature heat treating and annealing furnaces up to 2000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Operate CNC machine to produce precise cuts, reviewed all final products before shipping.
  • Build from board level, CNC controls for industrial machines, ran Q.C.
  • Wired CNC machines, control panels, and operator stations.
  • Repaired CNC, NC and relay logic control machine tools.
  • Wired CNC grinding machines, created schematics and wiring diagrams
  • Assist CNC operators with the operation of various machines
  • Maintain and troubleshoot CNC machines.
  • Test electrical circuits in CNC automated and semi-automated equipment to locate defects using instruments such as digital multi-meters.
  • Build Control Panels per Customer Specifications Wire and assemble CNC machines per customer specifications
  • Perform cost cutting repairs and also perform PM's on Salvagnini Machines, CNC machines, and electrical issues.
  • Performed troubleshooting and initial set-up of the electrical system of CNC lathes.
  • Tear down and rebuilding of okuma cnc machinery plus building maintenance

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26. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • OSHA-Certified Occupational & Safety Specialist.
  • Performed construction and installation of electrical panels, while operating in an ISO 9000 environment which adhered to OSHA Standards.
  • Ensured the maintenance on 600 factory light fixtures and checked 120 emergency and exit lighting fixtures monthly for OSHA compliance.
  • Worked in accordance with OSHA safety regulation, NEC, ANSI, ISO9001 compliance and with company safety policies.
  • Adhered to OSHA and FPA regulations to institute best practices that enhanced business performance and productivity.
  • Performed maintenance-related duties according to IOSHA, NEC, JIC, and IDNR standards and rules.
  • Ensured compliance with state and local electrical codes as well as OSHA safety standards.
  • Governed environmental regulations including OSHA, EPA, and state and local regulations.
  • Maintain generators to ensure that wiring adheres to codes and OSHA standards.
  • Adhere to all safety policies, OSHA guidelines, and procedures.
  • Implemented a hydrogen sulfide awareness program to improve OSHA compliance.
  • Mounted foundations/racks for cabling following OSHA regulations at all times.
  • Maintained a safe and clean environment to OSHA standards.
  • Followed OSHA regulations on radioactive materials used on site.
  • Received OSHA VPP star status for safety.
  • Certified for First Aid and CPR MSHA and OSHA trained.
  • Worked safely under OSHA guidelines/ regulations All installations adhere to proper electrical codes.
  • Investigated all accidents, initiated identification of OSHA recordables and tracked incidents using Excel with pivot tables and charts.
  • performed bi-annual Electrical safety tests and evaluations; performed to OSHA and State safety requirements.
  • Follow and maintain the NEC,NFPA , and OSHA laws,codes, and requirements.

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Service calls to commercial and residential customers which required troubleshooting electrical issues for timely resolution of problems.
  • Service calls performed for electrical services related to commercial, residential and industrial installations and repairs.
  • Deployed on service calls around the metro area troubleshooting residential and commercial electrical systems
  • Performed service calls for (Range Repairs), Used Met-Track and Met-Cal software to interpret data for temperature changes hourly.
  • Initiated the Service Call Department, attended service calls, provided technical support and troubleshooting, and wrote reports and invoices.
  • Deployed on service calls to troubleshoot and maintain commercial and residential electrical systems, fire alarm systems, and controls.
  • Service calls, diagnosing and fixing a wide range of electrical issues in homes and commercial buildings.
  • Worked residential and commercial jobs Figured supplies for jobs Stocked trucks and made service calls
  • Execute plumbing and electrical services in the construction of custom homes and service calls.
  • Performed service calls whenever needed along the Gulf coast on marine equipment.
  • Take service calls through school instructor and meet customers at home
  • Handle appointment service calls as well as emergencies.
  • Wired control panels, Service calls to customers
  • Service calls to troubleshoot problems with panels.
  • Responded to customer service calls.
  • Gathered customer information, schedules appointments for service calls and provided other clerical duties as necessary.
  • Respond to service calls from Watchfire.
  • Conducted HVAC service on multi-unit residential installations Performed independent field service calls and ensured customer issues were fully resolved
  • Programed, cleaned and replaced card readers Placed purchase orders Modified game parts Responded to service calls.
  • Head Technician Perform electrical-related service calls Communication systems installation and service Automation controls Fiberoptic splicing

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Here's how Autocad is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Utilized AutoCAD Lite to produce two dimensional mechanical drawings to assist in prototyping and production.
  • Developed electrical/pneumatic/hydraulic schematics using AutoCad 2002 LT, and ViaDirect.
  • Create electrical wiring diagrams for automation systems using AutoCAD.
  • Produced electrical schematics using AutoCAD.
  • Operated as the local expert and contact for all AutoCAD issues between 30-40 local users, corporate offices, and vendors.
  • Draw wiring diagrams and electrical schematics of designed products for customers and company use, using AutoCAD LT 2006.
  • Experience included the design of motor, and process controls using AutoCAD.
  • Prepared wiring schematic drawings for entire and complete control systems using AutoCad.
  • Design and of printed circuit board test fixtures using AutoCad 2009.
  • Provided CADD services using AutoCAD R14.
  • Create layout drawings via AutoCAD software, use V2 inventory system to fill purchase Orders for customers and light shipping duties.
  • Produced the following: final construction documents from engineers' design markups using UNIX operating system Visional and AutoCAD.
  • Worked with design software such as NX, AutoCAD and Creo.
  • Used software such as AutoCAD and Microsoft Office..

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29. Technical Support
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Here's how Technical Support is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Perform cable fabrication/ wiring/soldering and provide technical support to customer on operation and maintenance aspects of C5I systems.
  • Provided ongoing technical support for Production Engineers and line coordinators.
  • Provided technical support to field technicians and customers repairing product.
  • Provide technical support in energy distribution projects and others.
  • Provide exceptional technical support and perform special maintenance work.
  • Provided technical support for electronics and industrial electrical systems.
  • Provide technical support to manufacturing personnel.
  • Provided technical support for process engineering.
  • Developed procedures to provide technical support.
  • Provide technical support and instruction to staff or customers regarding equipment standards, assisting with specific, difficult in-service.
  • Provided technical support and data entry for transition from paper based work order system to web based system.
  • Provide technical support to vendors in performing electrical maintenance tasks beyond the PBCDF maintenance department's capabilities.
  • Provided electrical engineering, value engineering and technical support for office and field staff.
  • Provided hands-on technical support, advice and mentoring to all levels of personnel.
  • Performed technical support via phone and email to troubleshoot non functioning machines.
  • Provide technical support on electrical issues with servers.
  • Train and provide technical support for customers.
  • Provided customers 24/7 technical support.
  • Provide technical support for worldwide film manufacturing company demonstrating multi-functional work force strategies to reduce overtime costs and increase machine productivity.
  • Provided technical support for Telemetrics Daylight, Optelecom FLIR, Sony, and Canon camera systems.

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30. Mechanical Equipment
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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical and mechanical equipment in a passenger tire manufacturing facility.
  • Supported electrical and mechanical engineering teams building Automated Mechanical Equipment and electrical controls build.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment as detailed in company procedures.
  • Experienced in maintenance on electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment.
  • Field service to troubleshoot malfunctioning electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Perform electrical repairs on electrical systems and mechanical equipment.
  • Frequent use of wire wrapping tools, CNC milling machines, drill presses, lathes and other mechanical equipment.
  • Trouble shoot and repair control devices, relay/limit switch logic devices, mechanical equipment and PLC programs.
  • Installed electrical and mechanical equipment in accordance with the National Electric Code.
  • Repair of electric motors and mechanical equipment at USC campus.
  • Supervised the electrical safety program including the lockout/tagout of electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Wired machines involving a variety of 24 volt controls and components on complex electro mechanical equipment.

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31. Component Level
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Here's how Component Level is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Research and development consisted of prototyping, component layout and troubleshooting to component level with accompanying progress reports.
  • Operated digital oscilloscopes and precision voltmeters to isolate problems down to the component level.
  • Tested and debugged 80X86 based systems to the component level, including peripheral boards and all manner of computing components.
  • Experience in component level repair, complete aircraft rewiring, and service bulletin installs at the discretion of aircraft manufacturers.
  • Served as Lead Technician with minimal supervision to coordinate and assist in component level issues related to Enterprise Server-only products.
  • Utilized electrical schematics, laptops and specialized diagnostic tools to troubleshoot and isolate system faults to the component level.
  • Field service engineer for entire northeast region for five years - troubleshooting and repair to component level.
  • Repaired power supply, control driver, and communication logic boards for industrial robots to component level.
  • Job duties included the calibration and repair of instrumentation including trouble-shooting to the single component level.
  • Perform connector, termination and PCB soldering on harness and at component level.
  • Repair high voltage oscillators to component level.
  • Constructed operator consoles from the component level.
  • Debugged to component level.ELECTRICAL TEST TECH
  • Performed visual, electrical, mechanical inspection/testing to railroad and aerospace products Troubleshoot electrical board to component level.
  • Tested and repaired electronic circuits to the component level using oscilloscopes and multimeters.
  • Trained and certified in state of the art automation for the facility to component level.
  • Acquired knowledge on troubleshooting CCAs down to component level while training on transmit IF and power supply CCAs.
  • Added modifications on a wide variety of telephones * Refurbished & repaired circuits * Troubleshooting at a component level
  • Conducted component level soldering on circuit boards and baluns that were used in equipment for MRIs.
  • Authorized Service Center for AC/DC drives such as Danfoss, Yaskawa, Baldor and Square D. Troubleshooting drives to component level.

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated preventative maintenance on existing and new production equipment, including routine calibration, installation, repair and maintenance.
  • Work closely with engineering department on newly designed production equipment and existing equipment upgrades.
  • Modify and install electrical and electronics devices on production equipment and building facility equipment.
  • Completed daily welding and preventative maintenance on steel coil production equipment.
  • Performed updates on electrical production equipment and systems.
  • Maintain production equipment and structural wiring
  • Trouble-shoot and repair of Molders, Liners, Scoring, Printing and Packaging Production equipment for the plastic bottle cap industry.
  • Wired most of McCoy's production equipment for ProVia's Cherry Ridge Stone Plant.
  • Install required plumbing and pneumatic services to production equipment and plant infrastructure.
  • Plan and install plant wide Ethernet system to interface production equipment.
  • Performed and maintained all PLC programming for the production equipment.
  • Rebuild, integrate and automate various types of production equipment.
  • Transferred to Production Equipment Engineering in production support role.
  • Clean production equipment or work areas.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on Fanuc robotic production equipment.
  • maintain all production equipment mechanical and electrical.
  • Diagnose and repair blown film plastics production equipment with electromechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic components.
  • Maintain, repair, troubleshoot and install production equipment including Allen Bradley PLCs.
  • Worked in R&D, developing preproduction equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired existing pre-printing, printing and post-printing production equipment.

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33. Light Fixtures
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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Install Light fixtures, electrical outlets, switches, use circular saw, miter saw, and other tools.
  • Repaired emergency lights, interior and exterior security lights, various light fixtures and lights at office buildings.
  • Installed emergency power systems for hospitals, provided light fixtures and power outlets for commercial buildings.
  • Assist in the installation of all electrical wiring and light fixtures for a new condo building.
  • Install light fixtures, receptacles, switches and breakers.
  • Skilled in wiring switches, fans, light fixtures.
  • Specialized in the maintenance and repair of light fixtures.
  • Changed and perform retro fitting of light fixtures.
  • Installed light fixtures, replaced power outlets.
  • Pipe bending to various degrees (10-90 degrees) Terminate conductors in junction boxes and light fixtures.
  • Developed strong work ethic while performing maintenance and repair on various light fixtures across the downtown Mayo campus
  • repaired and installed switches and light fixtures for both Commercial and residential work.
  • Participated in team building exercises Assembling and properly wiring light fixtures Wiring electrical outlets

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34. A/C
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Here's how A/C is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Repaired packaged A/C units, furnaces, combination units, heating units, and ventilating fans.
  • Job Description- Wiring a/c Units, lighting and other devices.
  • Fire alarms, generators, compressors, A/C and D/C.
  • Installed lighting fixtures, A/C and D/C motors.
  • Performed regular maintenance on A/C Units.
  • Performed maintenance on A/C servomotors.
  • Installed, set up and troubleshoot A/C and D/C Drives.
  • Install fit, and wire A/C units.
  • Installed all A/C and D/C wiring.
  • Maintain and repair variable frequency drives for A/C & D/C applications as well as programing in the field.
  • Experience with heating and A/C including hydronic and steam boilers and residential and commercial air handling systems.
  • Installed a/c units and serviced air conditioning units.
  • pump panels, A/C compressor panels etc.

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Here's how PCS is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Managed support of PCA assembly and whole unit assembly of Desktop PCs.

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36. Ensure Compliance
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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Worked closely with quality control and quality assurance representatives to ensure compliance with standards and specifications.
  • Performed conformity/first article inspections to ensure compliance with FAA approved procedures.
  • Perform area inspections to ensure compliance with applicable standards and specifications.
  • Monitored operations to ensure compliance with safety protocols.
  • Performed quality checks on units to ensure compliance with ISO 9001 procedures.
  • Inspect electrical systems, to identify hazards to ensure compliance with codes.
  • Adjusted repairs to ensure compliance with codes.
  • Serve as the facilities electrical safety coordinator and ensure compliance with NFPA70E 2012 and Cummins Corporate electrical safety standards.
  • Performed inspections on assemblies and subassemblies based on the inspection plan to ensure compliance to requirements.

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37. Identify Hazards
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Here's how Identify Hazards is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctioning systems to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Inspect electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards/defects, in need of repair.

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38. EMT
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Here's how EMT is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Installed main/sub electrical panels, EMT conduit, flex and other pipe, and electrical apparatus in buildings.
  • Repaired all types of welding machines Installed all types of conduit, EMT, flex, and rigid.
  • Pipe work both ridged and EMT, instrument and equipment installation, testing, and trouble shooting.
  • Received certification as an EMT and served as a member of the Underground Rescue Team
  • Worked with EMT pipes and running cables/wires through walls.
  • Have run both EMT and rigid conduit fittings.
  • Installed EMT, Rigid conduit and line voltage systems
  • Discovered chaffed wiring inside EMT conduit.
  • Run EMT, IMC, Rigid and OCAL electrical conduit.
  • Pipe bending of EMT, LMC, Rigid conduits.
  • Designed and installed EMT (Electrical Metal Conduit) pipes from inch to 4 inches.
  • Run 1.5 EMT up column Build H frames, run underground, install service panels.
  • Wire pulling and phasing of wire Installation of fixtures, Receptacle and Switch Gear Pipe Bending, Emt and Pvc installation

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39. ABB
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Here's how ABB is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Improved error proofing and reliability while slashing cost of manpower requirements by integrating ABB Robots with primary and auxiliary equipment.
  • Utilize extensive knowledge of Power Flex 40/70 frequency drives and Ultra 3000 Servo Drives in programming and maintaining ABB stacking robots.
  • Process control automation T/S and programming on various systems including PLC-5, PLC-500, PLC-5000 and ABB Masterpiece.
  • Assist vendor during specific maintenance (Solar Turbine, ABB, Siemens, AEG).
  • Build Electrical control panels and do factory testing on energy systems for ABB.
  • Certified Training for Variable Speed Drive (VSD Model-AC800 Series) by ABB.
  • Involved with troubleshooting and ABB, Allen-Bradley and General Electric PLC's.
  • Supported ABB in upgrading RGE - Ibrerdrola USA substation upgrades and breaker replacement
  • Performed programming off ABB and Fanuc robots.
  • Experience includes Hydraulics, Pneumatics, ABB Drives, Cognex Barcode Scanners, Allen-Bradley PLCs and Drives.

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40. Conveyor Systems
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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Maintain industrial production and processing machinery and conveyor systems.
  • Assist in the design and layout of process control panels for food industry conveyor systems and cookers.
  • Maintain Finishing line (including sanders, conveyor systems, saws, and strapping equipment).
  • Helped wire up industrial control panels and button stations for automated conveyor systems.
  • Lead technician responsible for installation and service of major of conveyor systems.
  • Design, built and installed aluminum safety guarding for conveyor systems.
  • Performed maintenance of BHS conveyor systems.
  • Installed and Maintained conveyor systems.
  • Trouble shoot all batching processors and conveyor systems all fillers and bottling machines.

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41. Ensure Compatibility
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Here's how Ensure Compatibility is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Tested grounding systems and continuity in grounding of control panels and transformers, to ensure compatibility and safety of control system.
  • Applied testing devices using ohmmeters, voltmeters, oscilloscopes to ensure compatibility and safety of system.

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42. I/O
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Here's how I/O is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Build up custom printed circuit boards by soldering necessary components to be installed into the industrial I/O rack.
  • Start up equipment troubleshooting experience with Allen Bradley and Siemens, I/O cards.
  • Worked with Allen Bradley, Siemens, and other I/O manufacturers.
  • Tie in pressure transmitter comm wire on I/O module.
  • Test and debug of PLC I/O.
  • Maintain a vast distribution of I/O and field devices of many different manufacturers.
  • Replace relays, contactors, I/O modules as needed.

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43. Hydraulic Systems
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  • Design, modify, and troubleshoot new and existing electrical components and pneumatic and hydraulic systems on existing manufacturing equipment.
  • Repaired electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning electrical/electronic controls, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and AC & DC electric motors.
  • Build, install, remove, and test Peacekeeper Canisters Hydraulic Systems.
  • Design and install air and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed maintenance and repairs on turbine temperature indicators, flame detectors, AC/DC drives, servomotors, pneumatics and hydraulic systems.

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44. Ethernet
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Here's how Ethernet is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Designed and installed Electrical/Instrumentation control systems, video surveillance and Ethernet networks on various projects.
  • Work with Automation Engineers in maintaining and upgrading controls, and working with and programming controls on an Ethernet/IP structure.
  • Network Wiring- Cat5 and Ethernet Cabling /Network Hardware-Hubs, Switches, Network Cards, etc.
  • Assisted with installation and troubleshooting of Allen-Bradley networks such as: DeviceNet, ControlNet and Ethernet
  • Performed new installations of lighting systems, broadband, Ethernet, and PC hardware.
  • Install new cat 6 Ethernet cables and connectors as well as test.
  • Repair and replace faulty communication and Ethernet wiring and devices.
  • Worked with Modem, Ethernet, and TC/PIP communications.
  • Wired and terminated Ethernet cabling in raceways and cabinets.
  • Created cables, harnesses, and Ethernet cords.
  • Guided users to resolve TCP/IP network, DHCP, DNS, and Ethernet issues.
  • Install electrical wiring in homes and Business Install phone lines in homes Install Ethernet wiring in homes
  • Experience with Panel View Plus, Powerflex & Kinetex drives, Ethernet networking.

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45. Overhead Cranes
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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Conduct maintenance and preventive maintenance on overhead cranes.
  • Trouble shooting of Overhead cranes control circuits.
  • Qualified in circuit breakers, inverters, battery testing and maintenance, overhead cranes and emergency generators.
  • Repaired, installed, and maintained customers overhead cranes all of New England, electrically and mechanically.
  • Plant housed nine extrusion presses,overhead cranes, preheat and curing ovens.
  • Replaced and programmed drives and inverters from Sew-Eurodrive for overhead cranes.

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46. Schematic Diagrams
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Here's how Schematic Diagrams is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Interpreted schematic diagrams and formulas and confer with management to determine standards.
  • Key Results: Gained extensive experience in analyzing and following manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications.
  • Performed trouble-shooting on these devices using electrical flowcharts and schematic diagrams both in-house and in the field.
  • Analyzed and followed manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications.
  • Work from and decipher technical manuals and schematic diagrams.
  • Utilized electrical schematic diagrams to build cable harnesses.
  • Interpreted work instructions, drawings and schematic diagrams.
  • Read and understand blueprints and/or schematic diagrams.
  • Used schematic diagrams to plan work.
  • Performed trouble-shooting using schematic diagrams both in-house and in the field.SOFTWAREMicrosoft Office, Visio, LabView and Basic programming

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47. ISO
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Here's how ISO is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted wiring and electrical assessments of isolated operating outposts for combat forces, providing optimum functionality of utilities and electrical equipment.
  • Worked as technical supervisor involved in overseeing of electrical substation construction and testing.
  • Traffic control supervisor in construction areas.
  • Recognized for my attention to detail I was trained for quality assurance and inspection adhering to ISO standards.
  • Confer with supervisors or engineers to plan or review work flow to resolve any production problems.
  • Installed electrical system for Church of the Highlands on Highland Colony Parkway, Madison, MS.
  • Managed qualification testing program of modem cards for SEMSTAR5 as per ISO 13628-5 standards.
  • Reviewed all electrical schematics and wiring prints with the company engineers and supervisors.
  • Act as liaison / project lead for corporate engineering staff during capital projects.
  • Generate list for materials and advise the site supervisor on the electrical issues.
  • Assembled wiring harnesses from design drawings meeting ISO 9001 specifications.
  • Wire schematics were giving out by the supervisors each morning.
  • Received parts in accordance with iso-9001 standards.
  • Followed ISO 9001 quality standards and procedures.
  • Participated in plant shut down to include power down, power isolation, grounding for contractor work, and power up.
  • Produced parts lists required for individual jobs and worked with local venders to get cost comparisons.
  • Utilized ProLink Plus to analyze Cummins diesel engines, Allison transmissions, and ABS systems.
  • Weld Shop Supervisor: Promoted to Supervisor of vessel and skid weld and assembly shop.
  • Provide production, progress, or changeover reports to shift supervisors.
  • Earned reputation as extremely diligent and hardworking among colleagues and supervisors.

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48. Cctv
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Here's how Cctv is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Nurse call systems and cameras equipment systems; CCTV / DVR security & monitoring.
  • Installed/programmed fire, CCTV security/surveillance, card access, & nurse call systems
  • Installed, maintained and repaired security alarm and CCTV systems.
  • Installed CCTV systems for ADP Security systems Interior and exterior installation of wiring throughout homes and commercial buildings Installation of fire/burglar alarms

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49. Job Specifications
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Here's how Job Specifications is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Assembled motor power control equipment panels according to engineering job specifications.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Wire up control panels, install conduit, fixtures, and other electrical equipment based on job specifications.
  • Plan layout, assemble and wire control panel boards based on job specifications.

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50. Limit Switches
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Here's how Limit Switches is used in Electrical Technician jobs:
  • Involved in the setup of the photo eye sensors, limit switches and PLC's for automated robotic parts retrieval system.
  • Fixed and installation of lighting, switches elements, limit switches, door sensors and ATP sensor.
  • Removed and replaced worn and defective parts of limit switches, float valves, and hydraulic solenoids.
  • Wired and assembled machines, soldered cannon plugs and wired limit switches and sensors.
  • Planned and assembled conduit runs, wired cabinets, wire pulls, mounting limit switches and other devices.
  • Installed phot eyes, limit switches, variable speed drives, 3 phase electric motors.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Electrical Technician

Electrical Systems

27.5%

PLC

11.4%

Motor Control Centers

9.4%

High Voltage

8.9%

Transformers

5.2%

Control Systems

4.3%

Preventative Maintenance

4.3%

AC

3.5%

Hand Tools

3.4%

Circuit Breakers

3.4%

Test Procedures

3.3%

Electric Motors

2.9%

VAC

2.7%

VFD

2.3%

Circuit Boards

1.6%

Trouble Shooting

1.6%

New Equipment

1.2%

Variable Frequency

1.1%

Customer Service

1.1%

Wire Harnesses

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electrical Technician

Rank Skill
1 Electrical Systems 22.7%
2 PLC 9.4%
3 Motor Control Centers 7.8%
4 High Voltage 7.4%
5 Transformers 4.3%
6 Control Systems 3.5%
7 Preventative Maintenance 3.5%
8 AC 2.9%
9 Hand Tools 2.8%
10 Circuit Breakers 2.8%
11 Test Procedures 2.7%
12 Electric Motors 2.4%
13 VAC 2.2%
14 VFD 1.9%
15 Circuit Boards 1.3%
16 Trouble Shooting 1.3%
17 New Equipment 1.0%
18 Variable Frequency 0.9%
19 Customer Service 0.9%
20 Wire Harnesses 0.9%
21 NEC 0.8%
22 HMI 0.8%
23 New Construction 0.8%
24 Logic Controllers 0.8%
25 CNC 0.7%
26 Osha 0.7%
27 Service Calls 0.7%
28 Autocad 0.7%
29 Technical Support 0.7%
30 Mechanical Equipment 0.7%
31 Component Level 0.6%
32 Production Equipment 0.6%
33 Light Fixtures 0.6%
34 A/C 0.6%
35 PCS 0.6%
36 Ensure Compliance 0.6%
37 Identify Hazards 0.5%
38 EMT 0.5%
39 ABB 0.5%
40 Conveyor Systems 0.5%
41 Ensure Compatibility 0.5%
42 I/O 0.5%
43 Hydraulic Systems 0.5%
44 Ethernet 0.4%
45 Overhead Cranes 0.4%
46 Schematic Diagrams 0.4%
47 ISO 0.4%
48 Cctv 0.4%
49 Job Specifications 0.3%
50 Limit Switches 0.3%
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