The Electrician/Mechanic is a skilled tradesman tasked with installing, repair, testing, and modifying electrical systems and components. As an electrician/mechanic, you'll maintain electrical components and systems. You'll perform diagnostic testings on industrial equipment, electrical control components, and machinery. You'll ensure complete repair and service documentation. Also, you'll ensure a sufficient inventory of supplies is kept. Additionally, you'll implement preventative maintenance, troubleshoot repair issues, and ensure compliance with blueprints, electrical codes, and regulations.
Candidates for this role must be graduates of apprenticeship or its equivalent in a related trade discipline. You must be able to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, and relevant data. You must be familiar with troubleshooting and test procedures. Also, you must possess analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills. Additionally, you must be able to work in varying weather and conditions. The average salary of an electrician/mechanic is $58,326 per year. This is equivalent to an hourly rate of $28.04. It falls between $51,000 and $66,000.