The average pay for an Electrician Journeyman in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is $24.51 per hour.
The average pay for an Electrician Journeyman in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is $62,000 per year.
|Hourly Rate||$19.28 - $29.10|
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|$40,427 - $68,734|
Job Description for Electrician Journeyman
Electrician journeymen are responsible for conducting tests and inspections of electrical systems and equipment, as well as troubleshooting in a variety of work areas. They must always follow strict safety procedures to prevent workplace incidents, and often use tools such as pliers and screwdrivers to disconnect equipment.Read More...
Exceptional technical skills are important for these journeymen to identify electrical issues and proceed with prompt repair. They must work well in team settings to complete objectives within given time-frames and generally use a personal computer to verify currents, energy, and other settings, as well as shut down electrical systems before beginning repairs. Other tasks may include analyzing circuits to determine functionality, fixing HVAC systems, changing switches and generators, using multi-testers, and fixing A/C and D/C systems.
Electrician journeymen should have strong communication skills to interpret results and communicate their progress to supervisors and co-workers. They must how to read diagrams and schemes to facilitate the localization of relays and batteries, and ensure that all electrical installations follow established standards. They are skilled in identifying potential electrical hazards and successfully containing them and also use strong multitasking abilities to prioritize projects. However, they should also perform effectively on their own with minimal supervision. An associate's or bachelor's degree in electrical systems is generally required for this work, and hands-on experience is how many careers are built following education. Professional certifications are also helpful. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Install and troubleshoot control wiring from drawings.
- Troubleshoot motor and controls.
- Layout and prepare equipment for installation.
- Install feeder wires.
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