Job Description:



1. Performs skilled journeyman level duties in accordance with the Florida Electrical Building Code.

2. Checks and replaces faulty switches, ballasts, sockets and other elements of electrical systems such as lighting fixtures, pumps and air conditioning equipment.

3. Installs and monitors performance of installed electrical equipment for hazards, adjustments or replacement.

4. Repairs, installs, replace and tests electrical circuits, equipment and appliances using appropriate tools and testing instruments.

5. Inspects, tests and maintains parks and ball field lighting systems, electrical lighting, signal, communication and power circuits.

6. Isolates and repairs defects in wiring, switches, motors and other electrical equipment.

7. Measures, cuts, threads and pulls wiring while installing conduit.

8. Operates earth moving, aerial and pneumatic equipment in the installation and repair of electrical equipment.

9. Performs miscellaneous maintenance job-related duties as assigned.



Knowledge, skills and license(s) and/or certification(s) necessary to perform electrical tests, diagnoses, repairs, replacements and installation of equipment in accordance to the Florida Electrical Building Code.
Knowledge of high and low voltage electrical systems and basic wiring principles.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.
Ability to apply NEC standards.
Ability to isolate defects in wiring, switches, motors and other electrical equipment.
Ability to use hand and power tools applicable to trade.
Ability to measure, cut, thread, pull and install electrical conduit.
Ability to use graphic instructions such as blueprints, schematic drawings, layouts or other visual aids.


Must have a valid Florida Driver's License.
Florida Journeyman Electrician's License.


Heavy lifting, pushing or pulling of objects (50 pounds or more) long distance (more than 20 feet)


Exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, toxic chemicals, biohazardous materials, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke and/or loud noises.
Exposure to potentially dangerous materials and situations that require following extensive safety precautions and may include the use of protective equipment.


  • perform safety inspections in construction or resource extraction setting
  • read blueprints
  • use measuring devices in construction or extraction work
  • conduct training for personnel
  • prepare reports
  • climb ladders, scaffolding, or utility or telephone poles
  • distinguish colors
  • drive automobile, van, or light truck
  • maintain records, reports, or files
  • move or lift heavy objects
  • plan or organize work
  • read technical drawings
  • use interpersonal communication techniques
  • confer with management or users
  • direct and coordinate activities of workers or staff
  • adhere to safety procedures
  • order or purchase supplies, materials, or equipment
  • understand service or repair manuals
  • analyze operation of malfunctioning electrical or electronic equipment
  • construct or fabricate electrical parts or fixtures
  • inspect electrical installation for code conformance
  • install electrical conduit or tubing
  • install electrical fixtures or components
  • install lead-in wires to control boxes and other components
  • install/connect electrical equipment to power circuit
  • install/string electrical or electronic cable or wiring
  • lay out electrical wiring for buildings, etc.
  • maintain electrician's tools or equipment
  • plan layout of electrical/electronic equipment installation
  • repair electronic components, equipment, or systems
  • repair or replace electrical wiring, circuits, fixtures, or equipment
  • solder electrical or electronic connections or components
  • splice electric cable
  • splice electric or communications trunk lines
  • test electrical/electronic wiring, equipment, systems or fixtures
  • test electronic or electrical circuit connections
  • use oscilloscopes in electronics repair
  • estimate cost for repair services
  • install electronic power, communication, control, or security equipment or systems
  • install or replace meters, regulators, or related measuring or control devices
  • repair or adjust measuring or control devices
  • replace electronic components
  • fabricate, assemble, or disassemble manufactured products by hand
  • bend tubing or conduit
  • perform safety inspections in industrial, manufacturing or repair setting
  • read tape measure
  • use electrical or electronic test devices or equipment
  • use hand or power tools
  • use voltmeter, ammeter, or ohmmeter
  • use high voltage apparatus
  • use soldering equipment

Minimum Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent


To apply for this position, please visit the CareerSource Heartland center nearest you.