Electrician Assistant Salary
An Electrician Assistant earns an average wage of $12.92 per hour. Experience has a moderate effect on income for this job. People in this job generally don't have more than 20 years' experience.
|Hourly Rate||$9.64 - $19.17|
|Overtime||$13.59 - $26.12|
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|$20,589 - $42,208|
Job Description for Electrician Assistant
Electrician assistants are often employed by utility companies and local city governments. Most employers do not require any formal education, though some may prefer applicants who have a high school diploma. Prior experience is not always necessary, but some employers prefer candidates who have at least one year of experience in commercial or industrial electricity. Many employers offer training on-the-job, as well.Read More...
Electrician assistants should hold a valid driver's license and be familiar with the use of hand tools. This is mainly a field position, as these assistants accompany electricians on service trips and field calls. Their main responsibility is to provide support to the electrician, which can range from general wiring and fixing street lighting to heavy lifting multiple times per day. They may also perform set-up and clean-up procedures, as well as keep stock of inventory and re-order parts and components as needed.
Because the job mainly requires responding to service calls, they may occasionally drive a company vehicle. They may also be asked to train and direct workers to install, maintain, remove, or repair electrical machinery, wiring, or components. Electrician assistants generally report to either a manager or electrician, depending on the employer.
Electrician Assistant Tasks
- Install and modify wiring by measuring, cutting, and drilling holes for safe, reliable placement.
- Log activities and test results.
- Prepare materials, clean work areas, and track supplies and inventory.
- Use equipment like ohmmeters, voltmeters or oscilloscopes to test and troubleshoot electrical systems.
- Plan layout and installation of wiring and fixtures, under supervision.
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