Top Journeyman Electrician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Journeyman Electrician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Journeyman Electrician resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.8% of Journeyman Electrician resumes contained RUN Conduit as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Journeyman Electrician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Journeyman 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 Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Run conduit.pull wire.installed breaker panels.installed transformers; read blueprints
  • Run conduit, pull wire, demolition rough-in and trim out of electrical systems for Casino remodel in Cherokee, NC.
  • Run Conduit, Terminate motors, IJB/EJB Install and Terminate, Run tubing, set instruments, run airline for instruments.
  • Run conduit and associated wiring for the safe and effective installation of all associated mining equipment including crusher and conveyor systems.
  • Install Instruments, run conduit, pull wire, and terminate wire according to blue prints and manufacturer's specifications
  • Trouble shoot and start-up in scheduled time, terminations, run conduit, pull cable, welding and fabricate.
  • Run conduit build and install supports disconnects electrical panels terminate and pull cables and troubleshoot instruments install conduits and supports
  • Run conduit, lay out and mount-related equipment, pull wires, terminate wire, energize and test equipment.
  • Worked Shut Down at Kimberly Clark Corp Run conduit and cable tray, install devices, pull wire and termination
  • Set New Panels and run conduit and cable tray for new installation for BUSH beans new Oven installation.
  • Read prints, run conduit, pull wire, lock out/tag out and various other duties as assigned.
  • Contracted to Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX * Run conduit, cable tray, pull wire and terminate
  • Pull cable Build/Fabricate brackets, stands and supports Run conduit Terminate cables Instrumentation work Build and run cable tray
  • Run conduit, pull wiring circuits, install electrical devices and other duties as required by employer.
  • Run Conduit, pull wire, installation, hook-up, & troubleshooting, commercial and residential wiring.
  • Run conduit and pull wire below raised floor for power, data and communications for computer rooms.
  • Run conduit, cable tray, pull wire, terminate panels, and install controls and instrumentation.
  • Run conduit pipe, determine proper location for wire pull and terminate in proper junction boxes/transmitters ext.
  • Run conduit, cable trays, pulled wire, terminated & troubleshooted electrical systems on commercial buildings.
  • Run conduit, terminate, run snap track to instruments, loop check, cut and fabricate supports

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2. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Decommissioned and removed existing electrical systems and components and replaced with new electrical systems and components as specified in plans.
  • Completed the layout and designs of electrical systems including the installation of primary and secondary electrical cables and communication services.
  • Key responsibilities included maintaining electrical systems; working with various types of apparatus; troubleshooting electrical components of different machinery.
  • Assist journeyman electrician with installing, maintaining or repairing electrical systems in residential, commercial & industrial applications.
  • Preform all electrical task while providing general supervision of installation, alteration, and repair of electrical systems.
  • Provided troubleshooting, testing and repair of emergency generators and various electrical systems and power distribution systems.
  • Performed journey-level electrical work in the installation, maintenance, and alteration of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Utilized a strong foundation in electrical installation, solar electrical systems, and continuously adhered to deadlines.
  • Achieved exposure to rough in of electrical systems and Participated in massive Casino/Hotel expansion.
  • Perform preventive and predictive maintenance all manufacturing equipment to include testing of electrical systems.
  • Service and installation of electrical systems in the commercial and residential electrical construction industry.
  • Advised on problems installing and repairing electrical power distribution and special purpose electrical systems.
  • Designed and installed residential and commercial electrical systems including rough in and trim.
  • Maintain air conditioning and refrigeration systems, crane electrical systems and power generators.
  • Task Force Power o Electrical inspector on electrical systems at military facilities.
  • Inspect electrical systems and components to determine condition and identify needed repairs.
  • Provided electrical and electrical systems support and trouble-shooting of various fielded equipment.
  • Installed new machinery and electrical systems, reading blueprints and electrical schematics.
  • Prepared, reviewed, and maintained documentation associated with facility electrical systems.
  • Performed general maintenance on electrical systems, ensuring adherence to code requirements

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3. Motor Control Centers

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Here's how Motor Control Centers is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Wired and troubleshot motor control centers and troubleshot instrumentation for Dow Chemical.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on Motor Control Centers.
  • Make wire terminations, Install conduit, panel boards, switch gear, motor control centers, and other electrical devices.
  • Perform maintenance on Motor Control Centers replacing worn or malfunctioning parts such as starters, overload assemblies, and control transformers.
  • Run various types of electrical conduit, install wire, connect motor control centers, and build electrical control cabinets.
  • Worked on Cement plant, Natural Gas Metering & Compressor Stations -Terminated PLC's, Motor Control Centers, & Instruments
  • Pulled new cable to machines, and installed new cables in motor control centers and switch gear equipment.
  • Assembled and placed multiple Motor Control Centers and pulled all associated wire to motors and involved PLC.
  • Skilled at terminating various electrical control devices, motor control centers, main distribution panels and transformers.
  • Repaired motor control centers (480 volts and 120volts) Repaired natural gas controllers.
  • Maintained all electrical panels, motor control centers, motors, and feeders.
  • Installed and made termination's in substations and motor control centers.
  • Assisted in terminating cables in motor control centers at V.C.
  • Performed troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of motor control centers.
  • Inspected and tested relays for the motor control centers.
  • Maintain motor control centers and main service switch gear.
  • Install and terminate motor control centers and hand stations.
  • Installed panels, disconnects and motor control centers.
  • Wired up Motor Control Centers (MMC).
  • Worked on main distribution and motor control centers.

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4. Transformers

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Here's how Transformers is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Repaired electrical systems and equipment including motor controls, transformers.
  • Installed isolation transformers in hospital operating rooms.
  • Wired transformers, performed electrical demo.
  • Installed distribution panels and transformers.
  • Execute knowledge of AC theory, motors, starters, transformers, residual current devices, and over current protective devices.
  • Assisted with commercial installation of master distribution panels and feeders in main electrical room and provided tie in to distribution transformers.
  • Upgrade Offshore Rigs with instrumentation, power, lighting and new PDU and PLC cabinets as well as SCR, transformers.
  • Replaced various defected components within the PLC such as relays, fuses, transformers, pilot lights, switches, etc.
  • Install J boxes, Start/stop switches, transformers, lighting panels, conduit, wire basket, lights, and receptacles.
  • Installed all electric work to primary power, secondary power, transformers, roughing in for special systems and lighting.
  • Focused on repairing transformers, panels, motors, cable trade, re-run cables, wires, and meg wires.
  • Installed and wired light fixtures, receptacles, switches, panels, transformers, switch gear, and wire pulls.
  • Background in motors, transformers, panels, controls, duct banks, high voltage stress cones and much more.
  • Experienced in installing and maintaining motors / lighting systems / transformers / switches / electrical outlets / and generators.
  • Install service panels, transformers, conduit and wiring for underground feeders to residential, commercial, industrial properties.
  • Experience includes but is not limited to: single/three phase power, transformers, DC power and control troubleshooting.
  • Install receptacles, switches, light fixtures, panel boards, transformers, motors, terminations and troubleshooting.
  • Installed and maintained motors, welding equipment, lighting fixtures, generators, circuit breakers, and transformers.
  • Installed electrical conduit, high voltage wire, panels, switch gear, transformers, and terminated them.
  • Performed high voltage stress testing of new and re-commissioned transformers and lines at 34.6 KV and 4.16 KV.

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5. Safety Codes

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Here's how Safety Codes is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Follow blueprints and schematics to determine location of wiring and adhere to building/ safety codes for new and remodeling projects.
  • Prepare sketches and follow blueprints to determine the location or wiring and equipment and to ensure safety codes.
  • Followed blueprints to determine job needs and works with other trades in conformance to building and safety codes.
  • Install lighting on trusses and insure all safety codes are enforced Troubleshoot and repair any electrical problems.
  • Followed safety codes and blueprints to pass all electrical inspections.
  • Communicated, and ensurecompliance with safety codes.
  • Followed blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes.

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6. Alarm Systems

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Here's how Alarm Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Lead electrical construction crews and teams in professionally executing commercial electric projects and fire alarm systems.
  • Installed fire alarm systems engine monitoring and generators on commercial marine vessels.
  • Power distribution lighting fire alarm systems data servers and network power
  • Installed, analyzed, and repaired faulty generators, electrical systems, security systems, cameras, and fire alarm systems.
  • Utilize, navigate, and interpret building management systems (BMS) as it pertains to electrical and fire alarm systems.
  • Installed conduit for branch-circuit wiring, installed wiring for fire alarm systems, terminated panels for branch and feeders circuits.
  • Job Duties: Installed conduit, for lighting, receptacles, and fire alarm systems, terminated power distribution panels,
  • Roof top units, Panel Building, Ordered materials, Fire Alarm Systems, Flow Switches, Tamper Switches.
  • Have had hands on experience with simplex fire alarm systems, nurse call systems, data network systems.
  • Installed electrical devices, raceways, and terminated equipment in Industrial Applications-MCC, PIC and Fire Alarm Systems.
  • Installed switch gear, electrical wiring, sub panels, conduit banks, lighting and Fire Alarm systems.
  • Performed and supervised the installation and repairs of all commercial electrical systems, including Notifier Fire Alarm Systems.
  • Install, program, and repair door entry systems, intercoms, cameras, and fire alarm systems.
  • Machine Upgrades, PLC and Motor Controls, Fire Alarm Systems, Motor Device Testing and Change Out
  • Installed, maintained and trouble shot electric fire alarm systems at Ball Aerospace in Boulder, CO.
  • Worked with fire alarm systems, a/c controls, generators, electric motors, lighting systems etc.
  • Put in place and repaired fire alarm systems of all levels of complexity while adhering to code.
  • Constructed various power, lighting, services and fire alarm systems for commercial installations.
  • Complete fire alarm systems in conduit and not in conduit depending on environment.
  • Developed expertise in fire alarm systems cabling, circuitry, and wiring.

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7. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Completed terminations in PLC equipment identified and labeled all circuits and terminated instrumentation devices.
  • Complete maintenance and modification of PLC instrumentation systems.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of remote site systems including PLC control, site electrical generation, pumping and compressor plants.
  • Designed and wired the panels for PLC cabinet to run all valves, variable frequency drives, alarms, etc.
  • Set gear for incoming transformer 4160V to 480V for all industrial motors and the controls for the MMC and PLC.
  • Experienced in industrial equipment repair including motor controls AC&DC, repairing factory equipment, and troubleshooting PLC's.
  • Converted all motor terminations, motor control wiring to and from the Variable Frequency Drives and terminations to PLC.
  • Perform electrical work, mostly oil field related, POC's, PLC's, Communications, AC/DC voltages.
  • Rewire and checked all relays, indications panels, spill gates, and PLC indications for a Hydroelectric Plant.
  • Deal with CNC machining, Induction heat treating and melting equipment and a variety of PLC based conveyor systems.
  • Scheduled and Led Electricians in Installing Micro-Chip Manufacturing Tools and Equipment; Installed PLC's; Wired Electrical Controls.
  • Supervised the installation of PLC, instrumentation, and electrical circuits at tank farms in Colorado and Oklahoma.
  • Served as electrician for Continental Airlines, updating baggage conveyor, PLC interfacing, and baggage identification systems.
  • Retrofit outdated PLC systems to modern PLC and relay systems while completing demo of old systems without interruption.
  • Rewire conveyor motors back to the PLC cabinet and install rigid conduit for the Pepsi Plant in SATX.
  • Worked on Hess well sites pulling MC-HL cables, grounding, terminating, PLC's and instrumentation.
  • Key Results: Performed rewiring of equipment involving PLC s and motor controls at an industrial plant.
  • Diagnosed and repaired systems such as PLC, variable speed AC/DC drives, I/O and sensor technology.
  • Repaired tape readers, platter drives, Allen Bradley PLC's, weld controllers and computer monitors.
  • Trouble electrical components, via electrical test equipment, instruments and PLC, Allen-Bradley, and Siemens.

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8. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Measured, cut, bend, threaded, assembled and installed electrical conduit, including EMT, rigid and PVC pipe.
  • Blue print reading, pulling cable, layout of power and lighting plan (low and high voltage) EMT Conduit bending
  • Install EMT, Read Blue Prints, Troubleshoot Electrical Systems, Build Electrical panels, Terminate Electrical Panels, Lead crews.
  • Wired panel boards, installed electrical raceways (EMT, PVC, Greenfield, Liquid Tight, and BX).
  • Install PVC, Rigid, and EMT conduit using hand benders, hydraulic benders, threading machines, and heaters.
  • Installed EMT, pull wire, terminated panels, and installed switches, outlets, wiring, and lighting.
  • Installed EMT and pulled wire for receptacle switching and lighting for normal, emergency and critical systems in hospitals.
  • Installed EMT raceways, pull boxes, single pole and three-way switches for lighting fixtures that illuminated walk-in freezers.
  • Install 3'' EMT conduits from main distribution to battery backup switches, from battery backups to generators.
  • Installed EMT, Rigid, IMC, ROB ROY conduit in various applications, depending on job specifications.
  • Installed new parking lot lighting and rigid, PVC and EMT for power, fire alarm and controls
  • Served as a key staff member responsible for installing EMT wire and device items as per N.E.C.
  • Install of rigid, rigid PVC coated, EMT and PVC conduits for primary and secondary circuits.
  • Worked as a journeyman electrician assembling and bending EMT, PVC and Rigid conduit to pull wire.
  • Gained extensive experience in reading and following blueprints, installing/bending EMT, Rigid, and PVC conduit.
  • Supervised all the installation of EMT conduit for branch, lighting and special low voltage circuits required.
  • Install EMT conduit as per detailed instructions * Install wiring and distribution panes as per detailed instructions.
  • Upgraded fire alarm system, Ran EMT pipe, Junction boxes, Control wires & Termination.
  • Installed fire alarms, EMT conduit tubing, underground piping, and lighting and power systems.
  • Inspect and repair electrical system: # Install EMT for new service and branch circuits.

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9. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical related wiring and installation for industrial, commercial and residential projects; including new construction, retrofits and remodeling.
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial and data construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, remodels and plant expansions
  • Performed electrical related wiring and installation of construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, remodels and conduit installation.
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for residential construction projects, including new construction, and remodels.
  • Installed all components and terminations required for security systems during new construction of a large data center
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation projects, including new construction, retrofits, plant equipment.
  • Project Leader: Commercial, residential and government contracts including upgrade/rewire projects and new construction
  • Performed troubleshooting and maintenance of existing electrical systems Installed new construction electrical systems
  • Installed wiring and electrical components during new construction, and remodel/retrofit projects.
  • Implemented solutions to various electrical problems at commercial/industrial new construction sites.
  • Provide electrical expertise on commercial new construction projects and tenant Improvements.
  • Supervised and trained apprentices during new construction of hospital facility.
  • Installed communications equipment/devises/components, and wiring, new construction project.
  • Performed new construction and remodels in commercial and industrial businesses.
  • Initiate temporary placement of temporary power systems for new construction.
  • Conducted electrical repairs on new construction and various remodeling projects.
  • Performed electrical wiring for existing and new construction projects.
  • Contract work involving commercial new construction and commercial remodeling.
  • Installed temporary power systems to support new construction activities.
  • Project work included new construction high-rise building tenant improvement.

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10. Plan Layout

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Here's how Plan Layout is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Plan layouts of conduit wiring, lighting, outlets, fixtures, relays, transformers, alarm systems, power panels.
  • Plan layout and installation of conduit, wiring, equipment, and fixtures according to job specifications and codes.
  • Plan layout and installation of Industrial equipment, motors, Control Cabinet and control wiring for PLC Programming.
  • Plan layout, install, and repair wiring, electrical fixtures, apparatus, and control equipment.
  • Plan layout and installation wiring, equipment based on job specification.
  • Consult with owners to determine preferences and plan layout.
  • Plan layout and installation of Industrial equipment, motors.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring equipment.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wires and panels Terminating panels and high voltage motors.
  • Help plan layout and installation of electrical wiring , equipment and fixtures Also have a current journeyman electrician's license.
  • Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring,equipment,or fixtures,based on job specifications a d local codes.

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11. Switch Gear

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Here's how Switch Gear is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Supervised refurbishing high-voltage switch gear after major flood.
  • Advised and assisted in layout of electrical switch gear rooms and bonding of all field conduits related to assigned gear cabinets.
  • Installed new switch gear, distribution gear and panel boards for numerous new projects from a Safeway warehouse to high schools.
  • MAINTAIN and monitor power substations, perform periodic maintenance on switch gear, generators, pad mount switches, and motors.
  • Worked in restricted areas such as switch gear rooms, manholes, utility tunnels and vaults, crawl spaces and attics.
  • Performed duties such as terminating switch gear, running conduit, fabricating cable trays and running ground to cable trays.
  • Organized electric room underground piping to emerge at exact locations to accommodate future switch gear, transformers, and panels.
  • Pulled wire, install conduit, switch gear, repaired lighting, travel out of town to complete jobs.
  • Constructed and installed switch gear and cable trays utilizing armored cable in support of a power grid reconfiguration project.
  • School renovation project installing new switch gear, lighting, branch circuits, and cat-5 cable for wireless internet.
  • Installed Duct Banks, pulled main feeder wires to switch gears, terminated wires in switch gears and panels.
  • Installed and terminated demo wire to control system, infighters to Boilers, Panels, switch gears and turbines
  • Maintain AC drives and switch gear to 4160 volts and all associated motors and MCC for Shutdown Season.
  • Performed repair services for UPS, generators, transfer switch gear, electrical pm's, custom cabinets.
  • Pulled and terminated cable for Transformers, Switch Gear, Disconnects, Motor Controls, and 88 Motors.
  • Assisted in the installation of switch gear, main distribution panel and sub panels pull and terminated feeders.
  • Maintain main service distribution switch gear (over 24,000 Amps @ 480 VAC total operating loads).
  • Installed electrical panel board, instruments, PLC cabinets, motor control center (switch gear).
  • Tested and commissioned various makes and rated switch gear, breakers, motor starters, & transformers.
  • Work included site lighting, Ballard walkway lighting along with setting and terminating large outdoor switch gear.

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12. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Connected wires to circuit breakers and transformer Collaborated with a diverse team of architects and electrical and mechanical engineers.
  • Install electrical apparatus such as switches, receptacles, circuit breakers, ceiling fans, light fixtures, and outdoor lighting.
  • Connected and disconnected electric powered machines, replaces fuses and circuit breakers; well versed in pipe bending and threading.
  • Assembled, lighting systems, electrical fixtures and apparatus, equipment, power distribution panels, and circuit breakers.
  • Repair, replace, and clean equipment and components such as circuit breakers, brushes, and connectors.
  • Maintain and repair electrical systems, do performance maintenance of electrical systems, checks and updates circuit breakers.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, motors, UPS systems, generators or other components.
  • Installed motors and tested cable insulation, installed circuit breakers, fuses, and receptacles.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformer in MCC, Aux MCC and Control Room.
  • Replace failed components such as relays, circuit breakers, switches diodes, and fuses.
  • Installed circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, receptacles, AC power, outlet boxes.
  • Installed switches, receptacles, wiring, lights, fans, and circuit breakers.
  • Run and terminated cables and wires to circuit breakers, transformers, switch gear.
  • Installed and connected wiring to circuit breakers, transformers, and other equipment.
  • Replaced faulty breakers and fuses, installed new circuit breakers and receptacles.
  • Repaired and replaced switches, receptacles, circuit breakers and lights.
  • Tested, calibrated and repaired circuit breakers up to 600 Amps.
  • Installed temporary power panels, fuses, circuit breakers and receptacles.
  • Installed 480v power panels and circuit breakers, and fuses.
  • Install different sizes of electrical panel and circuit breakers.

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13. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical related wiring, installation, high voltage, control and conduits for a Microsoft Manufacturing Facility.
  • Assisted in the replacement of a deteriorating electrical outside high voltage system for a pain manufacturing company.
  • Work in electrical substations performing high voltage breaker change out and maintenance on substation electrical equipment.
  • Executed commercial and residential electrical work for private electrical company, including high voltage splicing.
  • Coordinated and installed high voltage underground raceways with our local utility company.
  • Installed high voltage security fencing at eleven State Prisons throughout California.
  • Assisted in the installation of high voltage electrical distribution substations.
  • Performed high voltage clearances on previously energized electrical equipment.
  • Perform maintenance on high voltage electrical substations.
  • Maintained High Voltage equipment including racking out breakers at substations and opening oil switches, replacing fuses on medium voltage lines.
  • Operated heavy equipment; transformer installations as well as main power distribution centers, high voltage terminations, TEGG electrical testing.
  • Use of 60KV insulated bucket truck, man lift, high voltage shotgun, hot stick and 8cal-40cal arch flash equipment.
  • Worked on all phases of wiring and installation of low voltage controls and instruments also high voltage wiring and cable tray.
  • Performed many terminations low to high voltage, and assisted in checkout during construction of natural gas compressor station for Chesapeake.
  • Performed electrical related wiring, installation, high voltage, control and conduits for a public transportation light rail project.
  • Worked on four different sub-stations, in which I terminated stress cones and other high voltage terminations under journeyman supervision.
  • Like low voltage colors are black, red, blue and high voltage colors are brown, orange, yellow.
  • Started career as an apprentice, performing installation of industrial electrical equipment and devices, high voltage and low voltage.
  • Have tested and terminated fiber optics, along with high voltage, medium voltage and low voltage terminations and testing.
  • Project management, Install complex business network systems, commercial and residential electrical, both high voltage and low voltage.

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14. PVC

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Here's how PVC is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Install underground PVC feeder to structure> Install equipment feeder wires> Make up buss duct disconnect
  • Installed underground PVC conduit for building and low voltage power cat 5 cable for work stations.
  • Installed PVC conduit for electrical circuits in concrete decks for concession stands at Nationals Park.
  • Coordinated ground trenching for installation of 5 underground poly vinyl chloride (PVC) conduit.
  • Installed under ground PVC conduit for power distribution throughout the new building site.
  • Run and install different sizes of PVC for underground in different projects.
  • Fabricate and install conduit including PVC, RMC and EMT.
  • Installed rigid steel conduit and PVC conduit as per print.
  • Prepare, and layout PVC conduit for concrete pour.
  • Installed PVC conduit wiring for harbor development.
  • Install PVC conduit for underground electrical installation.
  • Run PVC and rigid conduit.
  • Up to 4" Rigid and 6" PVC.
  • Earned a reputation for expertise in complex troubleshooting, and designing electrical applications running pvc coated rigid conduit.
  • Cost estimating of electrical material such as cable wire, PVC pipe conduit, mcb and other electrical material needed.
  • Performed trench work and digging on location to install PVC conduit underground, tying sub panels to switchgear equipment.
  • Installed rigid conduit to different areas of pipe rack, including underground runs of rob roy and PVC.
  • Pull cables terminate cables to automated devises, install cable tray and PVC pipe as a journeyman electrician.
  • Installed underground pvc, core drilled, and coordinate with others to complete project on timely matter.
  • Installed pvc conduit for service conductors, pulled conductors for mass communication systems and fire pumps controls.

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15. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Planned layouts of electrical components and electrical equipment installations also constructed and fabricated parts using hand tools and specifications.
  • Assembled, installed, tested and maintained electrical equipment, appliances apparatus and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Repair or replace, install, and tests electrical circuits, equipment, and appliances using hand tools and test equipment.
  • Assembled, installed, and tested electrical wiring, conduit, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Worked on high voltage systems as an industrial electrician installing and modify cable tray using hand tools and power tools.
  • Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus and components using test equipment and hand tools to locate and correct the problem.
  • Use of hand tools, power tools, lifts, and light and heavy machinery on a regular basis.
  • Assemble, install, test, or maintain electrical or fixtures, using hand tools or power tools.
  • Hand tools and power tools of all types in the process of installing and maintaining systems and equipment.
  • Used power tools, hand tools, and meters to troubleshoot, install, and repair electrical equipment.
  • Use of hand tools and small test equipment such as screwdriver, pliers, hand benders, meters.
  • Install, troubleshoot, repair and replace electrical wiring and circuits using both hand tools and power tools.
  • Measured, cut, and bent conduit and installed wire, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Utilized hand tools and power tools to assemble, install and test electrical systems and lighting.
  • Use a variety of tools and equipment, such as hand tools and power construction equipment.
  • Assembled and installed a variety of electrical systems and equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Understand and utilize a variety of hand tools, power tools, and test equipment.
  • Use and maintain hand tools as well as power tools to complete job tasks.
  • Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatuses, and components using diagnostic equipment and hand tools.
  • Measured, cut, and pulled wire, using measuring instruments and hand tools.

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16. NEC

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Here's how NEC is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Ensured necessary inventory is available to complete daily/weekly/monthly tasks; troubleshooting fixtures, maintenance of lighting fixtures and wiring.
  • Installed and maintained heating, ventilating and air conditioning, plumbing and electrical equipment necessary for building operation.
  • Performed electrical wiring and testing Estimated necessary materials and maintained inventory of used supplies during projects.
  • Estimate necessary materials and maintain inventory of supplies and equipment.
  • Position also entailed cleaning and repair systems when necessary.
  • Perform all necessary tasks for commercial electrical installations.
  • Connected electrical power machinery and electrical power equipment.
  • Provided all necessary training to apprentice electricians.
  • Completed all necessary paperwork and record keeping.
  • Provided troubleshooting and made necessary repairs.
  • Provided temporary power connection for contractors.
  • Install, operate, and energize breakers, transformers, switch gears, disconnects, and other related substation construction equipment.
  • Worked in high paced electrical environment involving conveyors, motors, motor control centers, disconnects, and safety control circuits.
  • Connect power and supply through wiring, conduit, and electrical apparatus for machines and equipment in new and existing facilities.
  • Install and connect power supply wiring and conduit for newly installed machines and equipment, such as robots, conveyors.
  • Worked with 480 volt Transformers, Motors, Switch Gear, wired 277 volt light fixtures, and mounted disconnects.
  • Maintained thorough knowledge and skill in the use of electrical tools, equipment and measurements necessary to meet established standards.
  • Programmed and installed all PLC's; bend conduit of various sizes, pulled wires and terminated connections as needed.
  • Bend conduit, pull wire, terminate connections, wire panels, ups, generators, and other electrical duties.
  • Install new raceways for power, lighting and control circuits as per blueprints, and all necessary wiring as needed.

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17. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of preventative maintenance on electrical panels, motor controls, switch gears and inspected components of industrial equipment.
  • Replace air filters on WIM and ADR cabinets or perform other maintenance actions in accordance with manufacturers Preventative Maintenance recommendations.
  • Created, scheduled, implemented and documented an annual planned preventative maintenance system for all electrical equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and distribution systems on county owned and some leased facilities.
  • Installed, trouble-shot and performed preventative maintenance services on all aspects of electronic and communication systems.
  • Rewired, installed and performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels, switches and distribution systems.
  • Established master protocols for rough electrical procedures, which emphasized quality preventative maintenance systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and repair on interior and exterior lighting systems and lighting controllers.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance routines on Generators and Exciters to ensure efficient and reliable operation.
  • Performed corrective repairs and preventative maintenance on electrical systems in commercial and residential buildings.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and distribution systems on water and sewer facility.
  • Conduct scheduled preventative maintenance on traffic signals, signal devices and related equipment.
  • Rebuild equipment, installing electronic controls, lighting maintenance and performing preventative maintenance.
  • Document and keep up to date records of preventative maintenance on manufacturing machinery.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on various electrical equipment in commercial and industrial manufacturing facilities.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels, generators, and distribution systems.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance, and terminating controls.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all existing structures with electricity supplied to it.
  • Preform preventative maintenance on electrical circuits, devices, and distribution equipment.
  • Developed and implemented a preventative maintenance system for the Energy Center.

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18. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed facilities electrical work including installations, troubleshooting, and modifications, to all electrical components including HVAC/Life Safety systems.
  • Interfaced electrical controls with HVAC and refrigeration equipment.
  • Run conduit, pull wire and terminate panels, disconnects, a/c units, make up air and other HVAC systems.
  • Maintain, repair building HVAC units, Operate various types of heavy equipment, bucket trucks, digger derricks and cranes.
  • Worked on cross functional teams with Carpenters, Painters, HVAC, Mechanical Systems, Metal Workers and Control Workers.
  • Installed raceway systems and new wiring; repaired existing wiring and provided power and controls to motors and HVAC systems.
  • Installed all security, fire, telephone, HVAC, and other systems that require electrical power and/or wiring.
  • Installed Conduits and J-hooks for HVAC system and chiller for the application required, also for the electrical system.
  • License Journeyman Electrician with over 20 year experience in Commercial, industrial and residential HVAC Systems and Control Systems.
  • Repaired and installed all electrical to multiple Commercial Buildings, HVAC, Solar, Motors, Controls, etc.
  • Control wiring, INC, HVAC, F/A duct detectors, Shutdowns & Start-up of new equipment and systems.
  • Provided service and repair of commercial kitchen equipment, Industrial Tech equipment, and in support of HVAC equipment.
  • Maintain, repair, install, and inspect commercial and industrial HVAC and electrical building and lighting systems.
  • Design network switching systems, power distribution centers, heater control along with system loops for HVAC systems.
  • Installed control systems for HVAC equipment, EPO systems, security systems, and temperature control systems.
  • Installed lighting, HVAC, pump and motor controls in a 1 million square foot campus facility.
  • Worked on building automation systems including lighting, HVAC and occupancy schemes to meet LEED building standards.
  • Lead electrician responsible for all phases of building maintenance including plumbing, HVAC, and general maintenance.
  • Worked at Hobbs Alternative high school to complete electrical installation of t-stat wiring for rooftop HVAC units.
  • Lead Trades Coordinator of PM inspection crews for carpentry, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing.

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19. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed underground, rough-in, finish for new construction- Residential and commercial building conducted- Heat checking- Troubleshooting-Service calls
  • Performed service calls regarding troubleshooting and additions in both residential and commercial business.
  • Provided residential electrical services including new construction, remodels and service calls.
  • Service calls include residential and commercial emergency calls and on-call responsibilities.
  • Answered service calls to repair residential and commercial electrical systems.
  • Service calls on various electrical systems, residential and commercial
  • Provide electrical service calls on downed electrical systems.
  • Service calls for residential and commercial application.
  • Perform emergency service calls as necessary.
  • Service calls on commercial and residential properties I went to a technical school for 4 years for electrical and got a certificate
  • General Construction, Service Calls, Estimating, Blueprint reading and layouts, 1 to 2 Apprentices under my direction.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance service calls, replace faulty temperature controls, thermostats, fuses, switches motors, and filters.
  • Performed service calls for a variety of electrical problems in four different states including commercial, residential and marine.
  • Perform emergency service calls as necessary for customers due to outages, storm, and other disaster related incidents.
  • Utilized company vehicle performing service calls on various contracts, emergency calls and as well as regularly scheduled maintenance.
  • Respond to residential, commercial and industrial customer service calls and provide emergency service rapid response after hours.
  • Work with other Journeymen and apprentices in a commercial atmosphere, residential service calls, and office remodels.
  • Responded to service calls and utilized troubleshooting skills to promptly address the situation to address electrical issues.
  • Performed a variety of different jobs from small service calls to large new construction and industrial installations.
  • Project responsibilities include new construction, remodels, and service calls for electrical upgrades or troubleshooting.

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20. Electrical Construction

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Here's how Electrical Construction is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Job duties consisted of working on residential electrical construction included single-line feeder installation and troubleshooting dwelling unit branch circuitry.
  • Promoted to superintendent position to provide leadership and management to increase profit and productivity on electrical construction projects.
  • Performed electrical construction residential and commercial, site survey planning and documentation, blueprint reading and estimating.
  • Performed many aspects of electrical construction and maintenance on residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
  • Upgrade of electrical automation and telemetry/monitoring systems custom electrical construction solutions to meet Supervisor's needs.
  • Diagnose, repair, and maintain electrical systems and subsystems to support electrical construction/maintenance projects.
  • Performed electrical work on service trucks and supervised 15 employees on various electrical construction projects
  • Skilled in electrical construction of conduit and wiring of electrical panels including relay-controlled equip.
  • Specialized in service entrance installations, panel construction and general electrical construction work.
  • Oversee electrical construction sites including the duties of electricians and electrician apprentices.
  • Performed electrical construction, maintenance and repairs to commercial and industrial structures.
  • Complete work in commercial and residential aspects of electrical construction.
  • Perform various duties pertaining to commercial/industrial electrical construction, i.e.
  • Experienced in residential, commercial, and industrial electrical construction.
  • Completed electrical construction projects all over North central Florida area.
  • Charged with various responsibilities concerning all aspects of electrical construction.
  • Perform new electrical construction for residential condominiums and commercial buildings.
  • Communicated with other trades during stages of electrical construction.
  • Worked in the Commercial & Residential electrical construction field
  • Worked on New/remodel electrical construction projects on site.

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21. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed hydraulics, communication, and navigation systems functional test procedures.
  • Conduct individual systems functional test procedures IAW engineering specs.
  • Test procedures to ensure adequate operational performance in accordance with (IAW) specified guidelines.
  • Research and submit applicable changes to test procedures.
  • Report problems with existing test procedures.
  • Used blue prints, tech manuals, sketches, test procedures, practical and theoretical knowledge to test generators and motors.

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22. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Managed a team or three journeymen and apprentice electricians responsible for maintenance of industrial electrical and electronic control systems.
  • Maintained/repaired/installed systems and overload protection on motor circuits/fixed motors, drives and control systems.
  • Designed and installed a variety of automated control systems including adjustments to hardware settings.
  • Maintain all electrical control systems and electrical lighting systems.
  • Installed/serviced street light systems and electrical control systems.
  • Performed Planned Maintenance procedures of traffic control systems.
  • Performed repair, installation of electrical control systems.
  • Installed and serviced electrical control systems.
  • Write up estimates for material take-off for devices, conduit, and wire-run for the installation of network-based access control systems.
  • Trouble shoot and repair motor control systems including potable water pumps and sewer lift stations for the Town of La Grange.
  • Roughed and finished wiring of buildings, well houses, sewage lift stations, water treatment facilities, and control systems.
  • Acquired experience in installation of access control systems such as Iris Scan, CAT 5, and Touch Sensor Bars.
  • Install new or upgrade existing systems and equipment for process plants, agricultural facilities, water well pump control systems.
  • Control systems including GFI protected line voltage and low voltage underwater lighting, pump controls, and electronic chlorination systems.
  • Control systems the installation of instruments to measure flow rates, pressures weights, heat sensors and various other instruments.
  • Installed and serviced street lights, intercom systems and electrical control systems in residential, commercial and industrial locations.
  • Experienced in all phases of electric work/troubleshooting from 110 to 3-phase, generators, motors and PLC control systems.
  • Designed, installed, and created drawings for numerous control systems including some instrumentation for a variety of applications.
  • Worked out of Service shop troubleshooting and repairing complex electrical control systems for a variety of company clients.
  • Preform but not limited to prevented maintenance and upgrades to wiring, conduit, and electronic control systems.

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23. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Installed control panels and distribution, apparatus testing for continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components.
  • Troubleshot/repaired 480VAC control panels and operator interface for production machinery and equipment i.e.
  • Performed point to point electrical terminations between instrumentation devices and DCS control panels.
  • Terminated control panels and high-voltage cat5 in control panels electrical panels.
  • Build electrical/electronic control panels from schematics and line diagrams.
  • Installed high-voltage electrical control panels and buss-ducts.
  • Fabricated and installed motor control panels.
  • Analyzed and rewired multiple solvent tanks with high and low level switching to control panels and metering of said tanks.
  • Install low voltage wiring, devices, and control panels for nurse call stations and fire alarms.
  • Maintained inventory of parts, negotiated with vendors and suppliers, repaired control panels and installed lights.
  • Installed grounding and bonding terminals and wire for various power distribution and control panels throughout plant.
  • Designed, built, and installed motor control panels and control centers for food processing machinery.
  • Install, constructing, repairing, maintain control panels, and repair mechanical and electrical equipment.
  • Pulled cables through underground conduits and boxes from lights and signs to electrical and control panels.
  • Build motor control panels, wire control circuits, install AC and DC wiring and components.
  • Build and apply systems control panels as well as routing main trunk lines, other various.
  • Provided wiring and trouble shooting for control panels and three and single phase motors.
  • Installed Fan Motors, Control Panels and Starter Controls in Heavy Vehicle Maintenance Shop.
  • Designed and built control panels as needed along with the installation of process sensors.
  • Job required assembly and installation of 78 control panels and oversight of 14 electricians.

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24. VFD

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Here's how VFD is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Worked in MT oil field, brought power from power line to VFD, did automation, controls, and recycles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired electrical controls, industrial motor control centers, PLC, AC/DC circuits,3phase circuits, VFD and DC drives.
  • Increased quality and decreased down time of production equipment by replacing DC drive systems with AC motors with VFD drives.
  • Gas / Oil field, and coalmine, VFD, PLC, ROC, instrumentation and Automation with Rose-mount transmitters.
  • Installed raceways, panels, PLC s, VFD s, on several government facilities and trouble shot circuit problems.
  • Experience with lighting control systems, VFD's, control wiring and automation in agricultural plants.
  • Work with VFD, PLC and frequency drives for lay system equipment.
  • Maintained, repaired and replaced large scale DC and AC/VFD Motors.
  • Installed and programmed VFD's (variable frequency drives).
  • Pull wire and terminate VFD's for new pump motors.
  • Hill Air Force Base-Installed VFD motor controllers on HVAC equipment.
  • Installed and terminated VFD's and NH3 pumps.
  • Diagnose and understand all brands of VFD.
  • Install VFD's for pumps and generators.
  • Install VFD's to reduce energy costs.
  • Wired up VFD for pumping unit.
  • Complete VFD replacement for Kimberly Clark.
  • Pull wire and terminate VFD.
  • Installed VFD's, circuit breakers, Panels, fuses, switch gears, light fixtures, LED fixtures and transformers.
  • Cut, thread, and bend conduit for conveyors, MCC, PLC, Allen Bradley I/O cabinet, and VFD.

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25. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Supervised full electrical staff ran electrical job sites, operated and assisted with maintenance of electrical machines.
  • Operated company's vehicle to scheduled job sites estimated cost of repairs to determined feasibility.
  • Traveled out-of-state performing electrical work in mainly commercial business and job sites.
  • Install and maintain all electrical components of Commercial and industrial job sites such as lift stations and waste water treatment plants.
  • Manage small commercial jobs, organize delivery of material to job sites, and management of crew working on jobs.
  • Trained, directed, organized and supervised a crew on the job site for quality of work and efficient production.
  • Assisted job site foreman: with various other small job site projects, to accomplish our time line goals.
  • Used my Mechanic skills to repair equipment that broke down on job site eliminating the down time.
  • Maintain job site, inventory materials, keep work truck clean and organized with tools and material.
  • Conducted maintenance and repairs of tools and company vehicles, also routed trucks to various job sites.
  • Managed an average of 20 to 40 man work force at various job site at one time.
  • Attended job site superintendent meetings, safety meetings also coordinating with general contractors and other trades.
  • Managed job site cost effectively by identifying all needed materials, working quickly and decreasing errors.
  • Used company vehicle to commute between different job sites and load material needed to complete task.
  • Used a variety of skills in the repair and installation of wiring on commercial job sites.
  • Coordinated cross-functional teams comprised of other trades in order to prevent installation conflicts on job sites.
  • Coordinate with engineers, architects, supply house representatives, job site coordinators and city inspectors.
  • Managed job sites, read and interpreted schematics and coordinate with customers to meet client needs
  • Assist the Foreman of any material shortages, site housekeeping & maintaining job site organization.
  • Worked for numerous contractors in the Northern Illinois area on commercial and industrial job sites.

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26. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Monitor ongoing construction of electrical systems to ensure all OSHA and Company safety policies are being followed; correcting any deficiencies immediately
  • Ensured daily operations followed all safety standard operating procedures and OSHA policies while maintaining a clean and efficient work environment.
  • Analyzed electrical blueprints, job specifications, and OSHA and customer-safety standards and requirements.
  • Followed OSHA safety standards and customer safety requirements.
  • Install all electrical equipment, in agreement with relevant drawing and specifications, and in accordance with OSHA and NFPA guidelines.
  • Ensured all safety and compliance requirements associated with OSHA 10, operation and maintenance of electrical distribution systems were followed.
  • Attended employers required safety meetings, OSHA certified, Lock out - tag out trained, PCB hazardous material trained.
  • Install, inspect, troubleshoot and maintain electrical components on manufacturing machinery in accordance with NFPA 70E and OSHA standards.
  • Comply with all state, federal and local safety standards including OSHA and MSHA and Compliance with the NEC.
  • Applied OSHA regulations while working; completed installations in hazardous areas: waste treatment and chemical treatment plants.
  • License: California Certified General Electrician- #137621 OSHA 30 CPR and AED Certified Nevada OSHA Solar Installer
  • Resolve a wide range of problems dealing with different systems in utility and buildings under OSHA regulations.
  • Ensured construction of electrical systems was being done in compliance with OSHA and Company safety directives.
  • Ensured that all work met OSHA and State and Federal building code requirements upon inspection.
  • Full compliance to current national electrical code and strong conformance to OSHA-related safe work environments.
  • Maintain a safe work environment through OSHA compliance and compliance whit corporate and regulatory programs.
  • Served as the interim foreman, maintaining productivity and a safe OSHA compliant workplace.
  • Code upgrades when need be for OSHA standard requirements, and National Electrical Code.
  • Trained new apprentice electricians and ensured they followed OSHA and job specific safety guidelines.
  • Worked Safely and effectively adhering to all company rules and OSHA guidelines.

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27. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Installed light fixtures and electrical devices; examined electrical components for loose connections and removed defective electrical equipment.
  • Pulled wire and terminated switches, receptacles, light fixtures and other devices at various commercial construction sites across the valley.
  • Job at The Mall of Louisiana, Dillard's Department Store: retro-fitting 2x2 light fixtures, troubleshoot any electrical problems.
  • Installed light fixtures, installed electrical panels, service equipment, and disconnects and terminated branch circuitry into its proper breaker.
  • Install electric panels, meter stacks, service cables, light fixtures, troubleshoot all electric equipment and devices.
  • Installed panels, conduit, and light fixtures at various new schools that were being built across the valley.
  • Installed light fixtures and service panels on main service catwalk, and various service stations on the ground level.
  • Plan and install rigid pipe runs, pull wire, mount and wire light fixtures, terminate instruments.
  • Worked from 60 foot articulated boom lifts to replace high-pressure sodium light fixtures with new energy efficient fixtures.
  • Install conduit above and below ground, pull wire; install panels, light fixtures, and devices.
  • Fabricated and installed pendant and pole mount light fixtures, performed terminations on panels and installed conduit.
  • Install switch gear, switches, outlets, light fixtures, motors, and other electrical devices.
  • Calculated lighting loads and installed appropriate electrical devices such as receptacles, switches, and light fixtures.
  • Dropped in and wired light fixtures, set and wired recess lights, put on devices.
  • Wired light fixtures, receptacles, motors, electric panels and appliances using NM-B wire.
  • Assist in the construction phase of the terminal, bending conduit installing light fixtures etc.
  • Strip in breaker panels, trimming houses includes plug and switching and installing light fixtures.
  • Apprentice Electrician/Journeyman Electrician Install new panels, circuits, conduits, light fixtures, etc.
  • Installed electrical raceways, service equipment, light fixtures, panels and over-current devices.
  • Supervised rough-in on 50,000 square foot second floor and distribution of 30,000+ light fixtures.

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28. Local Codes

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Here's how Local Codes is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed work as lead residential specialist, installing wiring, panels and electrical sub systems in-accordance to state and local codes.
  • Assembled, installed and tested electrical equipment on residential, commercial and industrial construction projects according to NEC and local codes.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Place conduit inside designated partitions walls and other canceled areas, following blue prints, specifications and local codes.
  • Applied knowledge of all local codes and safety, in addition to reading blue prints and schematics.
  • Installed electrical equipment ranging from, industrial piping to MCC, according to blueprints and local codes.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures consistent with specifications and local codes.
  • Assigned a variety of tasks and performed them to Federal, State, and local codes.
  • Mastered the planning layout and installation of electrical systems based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Install complete electrical systems according to building plans, the NEC, and local codes.
  • Repair or replace wiring, equipment and fixtures based on job specifications and local codes.
  • Experience in commercial, industrial and residential with strict adherence to local codes.
  • Performed all work in accordance with the National Electrical Code and/or local codes.
  • Oversee incorporation of Electrical Installation complying with all National and Local Codes.
  • Make sure all work meets NEC and local codes and ordinances.
  • Maintained excellent standards of quality that met local Codes and Regulations.
  • Ensured compliance of electrical installations with national and local codes.
  • Complied with all local codes, safety procedures.
  • Understand and comply with OSHA, as well as NEC, state and local codes.
  • Make sure all work done is per NEC and local codes.

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29. Distribution Systems

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Here's how Distribution Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Experience in working with plant electrical distribution systems, electrical apparatus installation and repair, electrical troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Classified electrical distribution systems; troubleshot and identified circuit faults across a broad range of applications.
  • Qualified with all aspects for the installation of raceways to deliver electrical distribution systems.
  • Installed electrical power distribution systems for various projects at Shell West Hallow facility.
  • Design and maintain generator electrical distribution systems and prepare project cost estimates.
  • Generated detailed one-line diagrams for distribution systems from source to consumer panels.
  • Connected electrical distribution systems from remote locations to on-site electrical generating equipment.
  • Installed underground and overhead electrical distribution systems including cable and conduit.
  • Carried out upgrades to power distribution systems and related instrumentation.
  • Maintain electrical distribution systems and all auxiliary support equipment.
  • Provided emergency repairs and troubleshooting of distribution systems.
  • Install electrical distribution systems for high/medium/low voltage.
  • Install underground and electrical power distribution systems.
  • Installed and tested various systems including motors, motor controls, instrumentation, and electrical distribution systems of varying voltage.
  • Test, troubleshoot, set and calibrate power distribution systems, work with protective relaying and motor control circuits.
  • Performed various electrical tasks including reading blueprints, pipe bending, installing receptacles, switches and power distribution systems.
  • Inspect electrical distribution systems, interior wiring, branch circuits and feeders, wiring methods, grounding and bonding.
  • Installed motor control systems, underground conduit duct bank systems for 12.47k systems distribution systems, cable tray systems.
  • Worked extensively on three-phase, 277/480 volt power distribution systems including disconnect, transformer, and panel installations.
  • Installed and maintained main distribution system, sub distribution systems and local distribution systems at 230/400 volts.

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30. Job Specifications

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Here's how Job Specifications is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Work off of blueprints, job specifications and drawings to perform the work.
  • Read prints and job specifications to install conduit and wire.
  • Ensured compliance to drawings and job specifications for projects.
  • Printed reading to layout of job specifications.
  • Performed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures according to construction job specifications and building and safety codes.
  • Developed and executed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures based on job specifications.

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31. Minimal Supervision

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Here's how Minimal Supervision is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with minimal supervision under tight deadlines and gained expertise in complex troubleshooting and problem resolution.
  • Worked as independent service technician with minimal supervision.
  • Commended by the company as having a 'team player' mindset and doing things right the first time with minimal supervision.
  • Worked with a team-player mindset while also working with minimal supervision and under tight deadlines.
  • Worked as a team with other journeyman under minimal supervision and tight deadlines.
  • Work with minimal supervision with a strong emphasis on safety.
  • Worked with minimal supervision under tight deadlines.
  • Experienced w/ voltage up to 480 three phase Able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Commended for team-player mind-set, "doing it right the first time" and working with minimal supervision.

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32. Identify Hazards

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Here's how Identify Hazards is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Inspect electrical equipment and components to identify hazards or defects and insure installations meet all specifications and codes.
  • Inspected electrical systems and component wiring following blueprints to identify hazards, ensure safety and building code compliance.
  • Perform effective troubleshooting to identify hazards or malfunctions and repair or substitute damaged units.
  • 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
  • Inspect electrical systems, equipment, components to identify hazards, defects, or code compliance.

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33. Ensure Compatibility

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Here's how Ensure Compatibility is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Tested continuity of circuits to ensure compatibility and safety of components using testing instruments.
  • Tested electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring to ensure compatibility.
  • 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.
  • Test electrical systems and circuits to ensure compatibility and safety of systems.

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34. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Travel nationwide to perform quality inspections on roll-out projects, oversee sub- contractors work and ensure compliance to scope of work.
  • Completed project inspected by the City Inspector to ensure compliance with National Electrical Standards and City Ordinance.
  • Inspected work performed to ensure that it meets specifications and ensure compliance with electrical codes.
  • Supervised by two master electricians during jobs to ensure compliance with state licensing rules.
  • Use basic tools or equipment for testing to ensure compliance with codes.
  • Conducted performance assessment to ensure compliance with project scope and quality.
  • Trained others to ensure compliance.

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35. Code Requirements

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Here's how Code Requirements is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Inspected wiring and electrical rehabilitation in older buildings to code requirements.
  • Manage contractual paperwork to identify code requirements from the technical inspections.
  • Read and interpret blue prints, schematics and other technical documentation to include correct application of code requirements and technical bulletins.
  • Insure all materials, and methods of installation are in compliance with state, local, and NEC code requirements.
  • Ensured that code requirements, safety regulations and safe work practices are followed.
  • Complied with all company policies, regulatory safety regulations, and code requirements.
  • Trained employees on code requirements, work methods, and job safety.
  • Performed installations that were in accordance with design and code requirements.
  • Installed the fire protection equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Work hands-on with other electricians to ensure customer/code requirements are met.
  • Install conduit and wires to meet the National Electrical Code requirements.
  • Read and interpret blue prints as well as electrical code requirements.
  • Terminated lighting circuits and power circuits up to code requirements.
  • Bring Harrisburg homes up to current code requirements.
  • Coordinate code requirements with local fire marshals.
  • Perform general-electromechanical repairs on hospital systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Install indusrtial and commercial power systems and machines in a professional and timely manner to meet and exceed NEC code requirements.
  • Coordinate with state and local agencies to ensure licensure and code requirements are being met and maintained.

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36. Schematic Diagrams

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Here's how Schematic Diagrams is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Repaired various foundry processing equipment using schematic diagrams.
  • Cat 5 cables, networks, electrical construction, read blue prints and schematic diagrams and all forms of digital technology.
  • Solved maintenance problems by studying layout drawings, wiring and schematic diagrams, and analyzing construction and operating characteristics.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of installing motor control cabinets, terminate wires in cabinets from schematic diagrams.
  • Analyze and follow blueprints, schematic diagrams, manuals, and other specifications.
  • Read blueprints and schematic diagrams.
  • Comply with Cal-OSHA safety standards, relevant electrical codes, manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints, specifications, and instructions.

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37. Wire Pulls

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Here's how Wire Pulls is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical conduit runs, electrical wire pulls and electrical terminations.
  • Power panel terminations, conduit installations, wire pulls and termination mainly from fiber optic cable to 600v.
  • Served as journeyman electrician or apprentice on major wire pulls wire with mounting cable trays, flex motors.
  • Wire pulls, PLC/motor control/low voltage connections and relocation of lighting was also included in the factory remodel.
  • Traveled to multiple jobs for installation, termination and helping with other electricians on wire pulls.
  • Wire pulls, cable pull for communications and control station, safety sensors, cable tray.
  • Wire pulls and make up, hour worked tracking, material use and listing materials.
  • Coordinated a wire pulling crew to accomplish all wire pulls as called for by prints.
  • Assisted in wire pulls both low volt and high volt, according to print layout.
  • Pull wire installing trays, installing conduit, setting up spools for wire pulls.
  • Bend and install conduits, wire pulls, termination and troubleshooting motors and panels.
  • Coordinate wire pulls and shut downs around mill schedule as not to disrupt production.
  • Installed turbine controls, wire pulls, cable trays in a coal-fired power house
  • Perform wire pulls, make-up joints in boxes, make-up panel and SES.
  • Calculated wire pulls and performed conduit bending using both hand and mechanical benders.
  • Performed numerous successful wire pulls involving multiple circuits and various sized wire.
  • Pump and motor installation with rigid pipe runs and wire pulls.
  • Set up a safe and protected area to begin wire pulls.
  • Fabricated and mounted cable tray for wire pulls and supports.
  • Bend and install conduit, wire pulls, and terminations.

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38. Heat Trace

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Here's how Heat Trace is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Job Duties: Installation of heat trace, pulled cable, installed conduit, cable tray, termination of heat trace.
  • Install Heat Trace, Calculate load, run conduit, pull wire and terminate in a Class 1 Division 1 environment.
  • Pulled power, control, cables from control panels in cable trays, in conduit, to heat trace devices.
  • Installed different types of instruments, sensors, motors, devices, lights, cameras, heat trace, etc.
  • Installed conduit at chemical plant, pulled and terminated cables for heat trace system and instruments for two weeks
  • Installed conduits systems, wire systems, heat trace, and other facets of electrical work.
  • Run Conduit, Run heat trace, Electrical work, Trouble Shooting, Other Electrical TechDuties.
  • Lay out and install conduit systems for heat trace, site lighting, compressor hot starts.
  • Worked on the Slope assembling two camps And performing camp maintenance and heat trace testing and installation
  • Install and troubleshoot motors, pumps, conveyor belts, hoppers, heat trace systems.
  • Install 120V/240V heat trace equipment on water dump lines on compressor stations during freezing weather.
  • Run conduit terminate panels cable tray low voltage motor control heat trace lull experience foreman experience
  • General Foreman overseeing all work on Skids and Heat Trace threw out gas plant expansion.
  • Trouble shoot heat trace using MI cable heat trace, replacing Solid State Relay Cards.
  • Installed Distribution Panels and Heat Trace at Diesel Fuel Tank Farm and Control Building.
  • Repair and keep heat trace system for town above ground plumbing network operational.
  • Maintain heat trace system for above ground potable water and sewage pipe network.
  • Repair of heat trace, control room wiring to field instrument verification.
  • Installed water and sewer accessories and controls, house services, heat trace
  • Install of all Heat trace on pipe runs to prevent freezing.

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39. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Provided trouble shooting for high-voltage generating controlling and distribution equipment/systems.
  • Trouble shooting electrical circuit problems in residential and commercial buildings.
  • Trouble shooting electrical equipment using test equipment.
  • Service Tech Jobs include: remodels, services changes (Commercial and Residential), trouble shooting, and emergency calls.
  • Estimated electrical site installation work for customer, and regularly performed installations, trouble shooting, and testing within budget parameters.
  • General electrical duties including wiring, piping, trouble shooting, and maintenance for proper operation of the equipment.
  • Install, maintain and repair electrical equipment such as conduit, cable tray, terminating, trouble shooting etc.
  • Trouble shooting, installation of computer systems, electrical, data cabling, patch panels hubs, phone lines.
  • Trouble shooting and coming up with quick solutions to a problem you come across out in the field.
  • Pull wires, terminate and energized install cable trays for low voltage systems, trouble shooting, etc.
  • Trouble shooting and fixing time delay relays using various test equipment, along with the usual electrical responsibilities.
  • Experience in commercial and residential electrical wiring, repair, and maintenance as well as trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting of various electrical systems using schematics, one line drawing, and As Build's.
  • Team Management included client satisfaction, employee training and on call electrical trouble shooting and Safety Management.
  • Inspected, tested, and performed trouble shooting on systems to detect, locate and fix malfunctions.
  • Used trouble shooting skills for a broad range of electrical problems in commercial and residential.
  • Trouble shooting and lighting distribution panel testing Nylon metal stuffing tube Installation and running cable.
  • Service work, interacting with customers, trouble shooting lighting, controls, and equipment.
  • Skilled in the installation and trouble shooting of data systems and fiber optic cable.
  • Trouble shooting, installation of new technology, repair and replace damaged electrical equipment.

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40. Communication Systems

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Here's how Communication Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring through various projects for public and private utility companies.
  • Gained expertise and insight on all aspects of communication systems infrastructure leveraged by public utility companies.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling circuitry in a strong base of referral business.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring for various.
  • Developed communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling,
  • Worked on navigation and communication systems.
  • Installed network and communication systems.
  • Worked on lighting, power, motor controls, and communication systems as well as on the first modern USA-manufactured streetcar.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling, circuitry, and wiring through various projects for a variety of industries.
  • Developed experience in communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring through various projects for residential & commercial clients.
  • Install conduit, feeder and branch circuits, telecommunication systems and instrumentation and circuitry for programmable logic controls.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring through various remodel projects for downtown Atlanta clients.
  • Install, repair, and troubleshoot electrical and communication systems for both light and heavy industrial customers.
  • Designed raceway for electrical room consisting of feeders, branch circuits, fire alarm and communication systems.
  • Developed expertise in Low Voltage communication systems cabling, circuitry, EMS and wiring & terminations.
  • Developed skills in communication systems cabling, circuitry and wiring through various projects for government agencies.
  • Worked throughout the oil and gas industry installing and servicing automation and communication systems.
  • Developed expertise in communication systems cabling, Cat e 5, and Data.
  • Build and install communication systems in the commercial sector around the Pacific NW.

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41. IMC

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Here's how IMC is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Installed conduit systems including PVC, rigid, IMC, stainless, and PVC coated conduits.
  • Installed IMC conduits, fabricated and secured conduit supports using hand tools.
  • Skilled in EMT, IMC and Rigid conduit bending.
  • Install various types of conduit and raceways, including; GRC, IMC, OCAL(RobRoy), Sch.
  • Install Cable tray, Rigid, IMC EMT, PVC Conduit.
  • Pull wire all sizes, terminte conduit, rigid IMC and aluminum and pull wires of all sizes.
  • Head Electrician at Weider/ Schiff Nutrition Electrician Maintenance at Nellson Nutraceutical Electrical Construction at IMC and Park City Hospital

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42. Electrical Services

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Here's how Electrical Services is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Provided electrical services for six-unit properties housing college students, serving in 24-hour capacity for general labor and emergency situations.
  • Commissioned instrument and electrical services including verification of wiring and point-to-point checks before application of permanent power.
  • Performed as one of two journeyman electricians performing electrical services exclusively on military bases throughout Southern California
  • Coordinated commercial rehab work and new installations of electrical services and data closets.
  • Provided electrical services to various customers and worked on industrial construction projects.
  • Provided assistance in rebuilding and construction of various electrical services.
  • Full commercial electrical services including security device installations
  • Provided commercial/ industrial electrical services for business/entities large and small including Stone House Marketing, Baker Hughes and Cleveland County.
  • Install electrical conduit * Install new electrical services * Install wires for electrical components * Electrical installations made per NEC
  • Installed and repaired wiring fixtures, and equipment for all electrical services following blue prints and wiring diagrams.
  • Installed and wired electrical services, pump control panels, meter boxes and power poles.
  • Provide general electrical services, both residential and commercial, in the surrounding area.
  • Trained and perform electrical services in the Residential, Commercial and Industrial work environments.
  • Performed grounding and bonding for electrical services, feeders, branch circuits and equipment.
  • Performed electrical services in the residential and commercial areas as Lead Electrician.
  • Performed contracted electrical services for Boeing facilities located in Charleston, SC.
  • Remove and breakdown all electrical services after trade show is over.
  • Provided electrical services on commercial and (1) residential project.
  • Maintain wiring systems, fixtures, and equipment for electrical services.
  • Provide electrical services for our clients working within the World Bank.

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43. Client Systems

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Here's how Client Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electromechanical repairs on client systems and equipment, ensuring local and national code requirements were met.
  • Performed general electromechanical installation on client systems and equipment, ensuringadherence to code requirements.

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44. Security Systems

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Here's how Security Systems is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Field Supervisor, field journeyman, installation and troubleshooting of electrical systems including telecommunications, fire alarms, security systems.
  • Installed fire alarm and security systems and installed/repaired telephone and data systems.
  • Installed security systems and other electrical systems in Jackson Prison.
  • Trained and coached assistants in proper installation of security systems.
  • Replaced outdated security systems and alarms for TI Security.
  • Installed Security Systems for Commercial Buildings.
  • Job Duties: running conduit, running cable tray, pulling/terminating wire, wiring motors, security systems, lighting systems
  • Installed and maintained home security systems, phones, internet, commercial alarms and fire alarm panel programming and testing.
  • Implemented all facets of high-level security systems including cameras, card readers, door locks and all wiring requirements.
  • Installed a lot of electrical conduit, circuit breaker panels, high voltage lighting fixtures and security systems.
  • Constructed electrical rooms and installed all conduit, wiring, and devices pertaining to the security systems.
  • Pulled and installed fiber optic cable terminated and tested for use of security systems and communications.
  • Install, test, and troubleshoot emergency lighting, backup power, and security systems.
  • Installed wiring for dedicated services for- gas station pumps, cash registers and security systems.
  • Installed technical security upgrades of security systems for U.S. Embassies around the globe.
  • Install power and lighting and distribution of data and security systems.
  • Install the wiring and devices for fire alarm and security systems.
  • Fire alarm and security systems' installation and service.
  • Worked on fire alarm and security systems.
  • Installed security systems at Newark Airport.

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45. General Electromechanical Repairs

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Here's how General Electromechanical Repairs is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on systems and equipment while maintaining compliance with all NEC specifications.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on systems and equipment.
  • Perform general electromechanical repairs on client CPR Certified
  • Installed new or upgrade existing systems and equipment at construction project sites Performed general electromechanical repairs on systems and equipment.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs under adverse conditions and within strict timelines.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on client systems and equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.

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46. Journeyman Electricians

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Here's how Journeyman Electricians is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Lead Journeyman Electrician Was responsible for overseeing 25 journeyman electricians.
  • Apprentice: Assisted journeyman electricians on project electrical installations.
  • Provided on-site labor to journeyman electricians.
  • Still hold current county Journeyman electricians license
  • Supervised small crew journeyman electricians.
  • Worked as an apprentice with various journeyman electricians for 2 years, last six months worked as a journeyman electrician.
  • Assisted other Electrician's Helpers, Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians with Residential, Commercial and Industrial Electrical Wiring
  • Assist in hands-on training of Apprentice and Journeyman Electricians to understand current National Electrical Code.
  • Trained Journeyman Electricians and apprentices on installation, troubleshooting and repair of Life Safety Systems.
  • Trained and mentored apprentices into journeyman electricians, over a 5 year span.
  • Supervised 9 Journeyman electricians and apprentices for Schwartz-Lindhiem from 4/97 - 10/97
  • Provide electrical support for local contractors in need of Journeyman Electricians.
  • Maintained trucks and tools for Journeyman Electricians.
  • Served as a Forman supervising journeyman electricians and apprentices.
  • Served as a Forman managing about 12 journeyman electricians and apprentices.

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47. AC

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Here's how AC is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Led and executed plans for installing and maintaining electrical systems and controls for commercial and industrial facilities throughout Southern California.
  • Provided technical assistance to other crafts (machinists and mechanical repairmen) to support manufacturing and plant operations.
  • Established and maintained relationship with customers to ensure customer satisfaction, quality of service and long-term relationships.
  • Perform commercial/residential, heavy industrial, hazardous locations, wiring and mechanical repair of machine-shop equipment.
  • Installed new/ upgraded existing systems and equipment at major manufacturing plants to achieve energy conservation goals.
  • Retained by commercial electrical contractor to serve as a journeyman electrician on large commercial projects.
  • Lead Electrician for installation and service of electrical systems for commercial and residential accounts.
  • Earned responsibilities and trust when working unsupervised, resulting acceleration of project completion.
  • Analyze manufacturing processes to determine preventable modifications to insure quality and maximum performance.
  • Communicate with General Contractor and other contractors for job analyses and scheduling.
  • Installed, maintained and repaired electrical and instrumentation equipment in petrochemical facilities.
  • Performed specific electrical maintenance and engineering functions assigned by Engineering/Facility manager.
  • Assigned to Electrical Contractors for various Commercial wiring Projects
  • Contracted for commercial projects including mid-rise office building.
  • Coordinated projects with subcontractors and homeowners.
  • Performed construction installations for various electrical contractors
  • Performed commercial/industrial wiring of machine equipment.
  • Repair and maintain solar arrays throughout Massachusetts
  • Make recommendations for corrective action.
  • Trim out rooms, kitchens, and spas Train and coach apprentices on proper tools and equipment applicable to the trade.

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48. Ibew

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Here's how Ibew is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Retained by IBEW local 26 to serve as a certified journeyman electrician on a number of Data Centers throughout Northern Virginia.
  • Refer to IBEW LU 82...have experience operating fork lift, bucket truck, scissor lift, genie boom.
  • Clean room construction and tool facilitation, industrial atmosphere monitors, supervision of up to 12 IBEW electricians.
  • Work as a licensed electrician for various employers throughout the IBEW at home and throughout the Midwest.
  • Retained by the IBEW local 26 to serve as a certified electrician on commercial projects.
  • Worked as a journeyman electrician for various electrical contractors within Local 725 IBEW.
  • Worked with variety of electrical contractors affiliated under the IBEW.
  • Worked on additions in IBEW building in Washington DC.
  • Completed Journeyman Testing in Local IBEW hall 32.
  • Completed a five year apprenticeship through the IBEW.
  • Company is IBEW signatory union contractor.
  • Worked as an IBEW union member.
  • Completed 9000 hrs NECA/IBEW Apprenticeship.
  • Attended four years IBEW Apprenticeship Program while gaining on the job experience with Tedco.
  • Cover, Emeryville, CA 1992 Service Technician II, IBEW Local 595 Designed and installed lighting systems for commercial electrical contractor
  • Green River, WYWorking industrial electrical jobs as an IBEW Journeyman inside wireman for several NECA contractors in Wyoming.
  • Retained by IBEW local 271 to serve as a certified journeyman electrician on an Abengoa Bioenergy Biomass Plant.

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49. New Equipment

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Performed maintenance on new equipment and terminations.
  • Plan steps needed to prepare area for modification/ installation of new equipment, MCC's, PLC cabinets.
  • Change out old electrical circuits and equipment and install new equipment, electrical circuits, conduits and controls.
  • Complied with all Local, State and Federal Codes when installing new equipment and its related accessories.
  • Run and bend electrical conduit, pull wires, terminate wires, wire new equipment as needed.
  • Terminated field cables to new equipment for the Mark VI nuclear digital turbine control system upgrade.
  • Installed new equipment in a commercial freezer plant and installed fire suppression alarms and controls.
  • Can up-grade, modify and or install new equipment or controls to meet company needs.
  • Worked extensively on programming of robots and PLC's during launch of new equipment.
  • Help and oversee construction and installation of new equipment and upgrade of old equipment.
  • Work on the new procedures for preventive maintenance and calibration of new equipment.
  • Remove old equipment and install equipment and install new equipment in new builds.
  • Help and oversee construction and installation of new equipment for a new product.
  • Executed installation of new equipment, power wiring, and control wiring.
  • Install new equipment and feeder circuits for remodel of building per specs.
  • Install new equipment and support instrument tech with calibration of devices.
  • Install conduit, wiring and devices for new equipment as required.
  • Assist in building new equipment and demo out old equipment.
  • Installed new equipment to increase production and improve plant operations.
  • Rearrange in distribution panels to make room for new equipment.

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50. Complete Circuits

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Here's how Complete Circuits is used in Journeyman Electrician jobs:
  • Place conduit and pull insulated wires through the conduit to complete circuits for fire alarm system.
  • Place conduit inside designated walls & pull wires through conduit to complete circuits between boxes.
  • Pulled insulated wires and/or cables through the conduit to complete circuits between various systems.
  • Repair and install complete circuits for distribution panels and transformers.
  • Pull insulated wires through conduit to complete circuits.
  • Pull wire or cables through conduit to complete circuits between boxes,switches and outlets.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Journeyman Electrician

RUN Conduit21.8%
Electrical Systems19.2%
Motor Control Centers6.9%
Transformers6.7%
Safety Codes5.5%
Alarm Systems4.5%
PLC4.3%
EMT3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Journeyman Electrician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
RUN Conduit
RUN Conduit
17.8%
17.8%
2
2
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
15.7%
15.7%
3
3
Motor Control Centers
Motor Control Centers
5.6%
5.6%
4
4
Transformers
Transformers
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Safety Codes
Safety Codes
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Alarm Systems
Alarm Systems
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
PLC
PLC
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
EMT
EMT
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
New Construction
New Construction
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
Plan Layout
Plan Layout
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Switch Gear
Switch Gear
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
High Voltage
High Voltage
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
PVC
PVC
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
NEC
NEC
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Hvac
Hvac
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Service Calls
Service Calls
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Electrical Construction
Electrical Construction
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1%
1%
22
22
Control Systems
Control Systems
1%
1%
23
23
Control Panels
Control Panels
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
VFD
VFD
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Job Site
Job Site
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Osha
Osha
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Local Codes
Local Codes
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Distribution Systems
Distribution Systems
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Job Specifications
Job Specifications
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Minimal Supervision
Minimal Supervision
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Identify Hazards
Identify Hazards
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Ensure Compatibility
Ensure Compatibility
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Code Requirements
Code Requirements
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Schematic Diagrams
Schematic Diagrams
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Wire Pulls
Wire Pulls
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Heat Trace
Heat Trace
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Communication Systems
Communication Systems
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
IMC
IMC
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Electrical Services
Electrical Services
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Client Systems
Client Systems
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Security Systems
Security Systems
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
General Electromechanical Repairs
General Electromechanical Repairs
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Journeyman Electricians
Journeyman Electricians
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
AC
AC
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Ibew
Ibew
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
New Equipment
New Equipment
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Complete Circuits
Complete Circuits
0.4%
0.4%

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