Country: United States
Be proficient at reading and interpreting electrical schematics and blueprints
Be proficient at planning, laying-out and installing equipment and cabling
Be proficient at using VOMs, Meggers, Amp and Phase rotation meters, etc. for troubleshooting, testing, and circuit analysis
Be proficient as a Lead Electrician capable of guiding and training junior electricians with minimum supervision
Be proficient at troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical problems to component level
Be proficient at accomplishing standard items 009-36 and 16-s on electrical/electronic equipment
Have or be capable of passing Connectorization School when training becomes available
Have a good working knowledge of standard items and epism
Minimum 5 years of marine electrician experience
Must have or be eligible for DBIDS badge and OSHA 10 hour maritime
Must be able to pass background check and drug test
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