- Must be experienced in Marine Electrical applications.
- Will report directly to the Foreman or Project Supervisor that is responsible for executing the project.
- Must be able to comply with all applicable safety regulations, work under industrial repair conditions, work in confined spaces, and climb vertical/inclined ladders.
- Must be able to install / alter / repair / troubleshoot / maintain / test / operate any marine-related electrical equipment or system (such as distribution panels, console wiring, instrumentation wiring, control switches/wiring, power supplies, and lighting), lay out work, determine material needs, select load / cable / conduit sizes, determine power sources, choose wire gauge, determine type/size of panels, calculate voltage / ampere / resistance requirements to determine size/type of materials required (such as controls, switches, distribution panels, fuses, etc.) for a specific project/test, use various electrical/electronic measuring instruments/devices (such as voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, power analyzers, etc.), and conduct shipboard surveys to determine material / labor skills / time required to effect repairs / alterations / modifications to electrical systems/equipment.
- Must have either completed a three-year apprenticeship, or served for at least four years in the U.S. Navy or U.S. Coast Guard as an Electrician, or have at least five years working experience as a Marine Electrician in the construction or repair of ships.
- Must also be able to read, interpret, and follow blue prints, drawings, and technical manuals.
- A SECRET Security Clearance is highly desired but is not required.
- Must be able to pass a background and pre employment drug screening
You can also email or fax your resume. Reference Job #38703
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Questions? Call: 904-357-5541
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