Resume Templates: Apprentice Electrician


Resume Templates: Apprentice Electrician

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Donald Reginald Skoda100 Broadway Lane New Parkland, CA, 91010Cell: (555) SUMMARY Apprentice Electrician with experience in retail, new home and renovation construction, and commercial and residential projects. Comfortable taking orders, juggling multiple tasks and performing without supervision. Ready to take experiences to new environments, projects and relationships. HIGHLIGHTS
  • Experienced in high and low voltage commercial wiring and circuit plugging
  • Comfortable with diagnosing equipment for repair, installation, replacement and testing
  • Ready to dig trenches, and capable of moving and lifting heavy objects
  • Understanding of NEC 2005 code and code compliance
  • History of basic electrical knowledge in commercial and residential applications
  • Expertise in hand tools, power tools and accessories for projects
  • Completed necessary apprentice training
WORK EXPERIENCE March 2007 to Present Amble Electrical & Plumbing, New Cityland, CA Apprentice Electrician
  • Sell and install light fixtures, ceiling fans, plugs, switches and electrical appliances.
  • Assist master and journeymen electricians in installation of panels, meters and troubleshooting.
  • Repair panels and meters at commercial and residential sites.
  • Install underground conduit and attic piping.
  • Use and interpret schematics, blueprints and diagrams.
March 2002 to January 2007 Honey Masterson, Electrical Contractor, New Cityland, CA Apprentice Electrician
  • Prepared wiring, fixtures and conduit boxes for installations.
  • Obtained precise measurements for volt and ohm readings.
  • Interpreted system design, installation and code requirements.
  • Answered phones, taking orders, supplying information and setting up appointments.
EDUCATION High school diploma (2005) 500 hours in electrical school Completed OSHA training course