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Electricians

Journeymen & Apprentice Electricians
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Reads and interprets drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations.
Tests electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance.
Installs, examines, replaces or repairs AC/DC Motors and Drives, PLC's, 120V control circuits, transformers, motors, starters, relays and hydraulic and pneumatic electrical controls.
Installs, examines, replaces or repairs electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other electrical components.
Installs, examines, replaces or repairs generators, alternators and industrial storage batteries.
Performs preventive maintenance inspections and testing of various electrical systems (including power distribution equipment).
Sizes and installs electrical circuits including panels, wire size and type, conduit, protective devices, switches, and related equipment needed to comply with the CEC and/or NEC.
Fabricates, installs and/or runs conduit, 3-Phase work, motor terminations, control and instrument troubleshooting and panel work.
Works on systems operating at 240 Volts, switchgear, transformers and motors by following
Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Must have a flexible work schedule - shift work, overtime and weekends and schedule changes are routine and required aspects of the position.
Must be able to climb ladders.
Must have a basic understanding of P&ID's.
Must possess a valid US Driver's License.
Must be willing to submit to pre-employment, random and for-cause drug testing, as well as any other drug testing required by our clients and statutory regulations.
Active Electrical License
We als have work in Wyoming & Colorado
Contact: Amber Bishop
Email: abishop@tarponenergy.com
Please send resumes to abishop@tarponenergy.com

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