Master electricians are responsible for the installation and repair of electrical systems in residential and commercial spaces. They test, troubleshoot, and replace electrical components to ensure systems function safely and efficiently. Master electricians also train and mentor other electricians.
Master Electrician Responsibilities:
Installing, repairing, and servicing electrical systems.
Sourcing or fabricating replacement electrical components.
Interpreting blueprints and drawing rough sketches when required.
Guiding and overseeing other apprentices or journeyman electricians.
Drawing up preventative maintenance measures and explaining these to clients and other electricians.
Obtaining required permits, equipment, tools, and materials for projects.
Testing and troubleshooting systems.
Providing assistance during emergencies.
Updating project records and preparing relevant documents and reports for clients.
Liaising with clients, vendors, and other electricians.
Master Electrician Requirements:
High school diploma or similar.
Relevant license or certification.
A valid driver's license.
At least 3-5 years of experience as an Electrician.
Superb customer service skills.
Excellent written, verbal, and telephonic communication.
Experience with power tools and other equipment used in construction.
Physical strength and stamina.
Firm grasp of health and safety codes.
Patience when teaching apprentices.
$28 - $35 per hour