Journeyman Electrician

Offshore Wind

Responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical wiring, equipment, fixtures and ensuring that work is in accordance with relevant codes. Ensure the proper functioning of all electrical units and components. Complete scheduled checks to spot malfunctions. Use electrical testing and repair equipment. Maintain records of all electrical inventories and place orders for spare parts and equipment. Maintain a log of electrical repair and maintenance works. Journeyman Electricians may supervise Apprentice Electricians.

Position Requirements


Long-term on the job training. Repair or replace complex electrical lines and equipment. Electrical systems and the appropriate tools needed to fix and maintain them. Troubleshooting skills - must diagnose problems in increasingly complex electrical systems. Able to lift heavy tools, cables, and equipment on a regular basis.


Bachelor's degree or an Associate's degree or diploma in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or related field


4+ years working as an electrician

Credentialing Required/Optional

"Journeyman" electrical license. GWO (Global Wind Organisation) certified. WINDA (Wind Industry Training Records Database) registered.

Career Path

Position Reports To

Construction Manager, Project Manager, Electrician Supervisor or Manager

Career path moves from this role

Electrician Supervisor or Manager

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