Date PostedSeptember 06, 2022
Location Fort McMurray, AB
Earnings $25.80 to $44.40 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 40 to 60 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 10  Vacancies
Closing Date Oct 06, 2022
No degree, certificate or diploma
Work site environment
- Confined spaces
- Install, examine, replace or repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other electrical components
- Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance
- Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations
- Troubleshoot and isolate faults
- Install, replace and repair electrical controls and panel boxes
- Determine appropriate selection of materials and methods for hazardous locations
Certificates, licences, memberships, and courses
- Industrial Electrician Trade Certification
- Electrician Trade Certification
Area of specialization
1 year to less than 2 years
- Are you currently legally able to work in Canada?
- Are you willing to relocate for this position?
- Do you have previous experience in this field of employment?
- As per collective agreement
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Interest in precision working to install, examine, replace and repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other electrical components, and to install, maintain and calibrate industrial instrumentation and related devices
Interest in analyzing to troubleshoot, maintain and repair industrial electrical and electronic control systems and other related devices
Interest in speaking - signalling to conduct preventative maintenance programs; and in keeping maintenance records
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