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Journeyman Electrician EL01

Panorama is seeking a skilled Journeyman Electrician EL01, who is skilled in the installation and repairs of residential and commercial electrical systems. This full-time job works Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm, as well as on-call and overtime as needed.
Responsibilities:
Troubleshoot electrical components.
Install, modify, maintain and repair interior wiring and cables, connections for electric machines, switches and controls, fuse boxes, breaker panels, distribution and instruments panels.
Inspect electric systems and equipment to detect and correct faulty or worn parts.
Use electrical test equipment including Volt-ohm meter, megger, and ammeter.
Install, adjust, maintain, modify and repair electric motors, equipment, and instruments such as pumps, fans, metering devices, motors and generators.
Read and interpret schematics, blueprints, construction drawings, control, one-line diagrams, and specifications.
Inspect maintenance and installation projects to ensure compliance with local codes, determine scope of work, materials needed and their cost and availability.
Perform alterations and repairs of electrical systems.
Perform electrical testing including voltage, amperage and meg-ohm for assessing electrical efficiency and motor degradation.
Must have a passion for customer service excellence.
High standard of integrity and professionalism.
Requirements
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Possession of Journey Level Electrical Certificate of Competency (EL01) issued by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. Must maintain active status.
Four (5) years of experience as a journey level electrician.
Valid Washington State Driver's License and acceptable driving record.

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