Job Description: Qualified individual experienced in Marine Electrical applications. The individual will report directly to the Foreman or Project Supervisor that is responsible for executing the project. The candidate must be able to comply with all applicable safety regulations, work under industrial repair conditions, work in confined spaces, and climb vertical/inclined ladders. The individual must be able to install / alter / repair / troubleshoot / maintain / test / operate any marine-related electrical equipment or system (such as distribution panels, console wiring, instrumentation wiring, control switches/wiring, power supplies, and lighting), lay out work, determine material needs, select load / cable / conduit sizes, determine power sources, choose wire gauge, determine type/size of panels, calculate voltage / ampere / resistance requirements to determine size/type of materials required (such as controls, switches, distribution panels, fuses, etc.) for a specific project/test, use various electrical/electronic measuring instruments/devices (such as voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, power analyzers, etc.), and conduct shipboard surveys to determine material / labor skills / time required to effect repairs / alterations / modifications to electrical systems/equipment.
Job Requirements / Skill Sets: The candidate must have either completed a three-year apprenticeship, or served for at least four years in the U.S. Navy or U.S. Coast Guard as an Electrician, or have at least five years working experience as a Marine Electrician in the construction or repair of ships. The individual must also be able to read, interpret, and follow blue prints, drawings, and technical manuals. A SECRET Security Clearance is highly desired but is not required.
Drug testing and criminal/personal background checks required before hiring.
EOE, including disability/vets: QED is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Contact information:
Please send resume to QED Systems, Inc. Attention: Don Hodun email@example.com,