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Welding/fabrication work
Electrical work
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Welding/Fabrication Work


TITLE: Electrical Technician


FLSA: Non-Exempt, Hourly

Job Summary

The Electrical Technician will help create, maintain, and repair electronic components of equipment, and work on site to keep equipment running correctly.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform general maintenance and repair of electrical equipment and components

  • Perform periodic checks to make sure the equipment is functioning properly

  • Identify and troubleshoot any issues that may cause premature failure

  • Support the staff by using knowledge and experience to layout, assemble, wire, label, install, test, and troubleshoot wiring, control systems and control devices

  • Basic knowledge and understanding of electrical schematic diagrams

  • Install, maintain, and repair a variety of different circuits ranging from but not limited to vehicle wiring harnesses, diesel engine wiring, and control systems

  • Detailed oriented with documentation record keeping and logging information for future reference

  • Know and understand the current specifications of quality policies and procedures and contributes to the achievement of the quality objectives

  • And other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications (Education, Experience, Skills)

  • Above average mechanical aptitudes

  • Have a basic understanding of vehicle and heavy equipment system operations 

  • Hydraulic experience /Oil and Gas experience is a plus

  • Excellent communication skills for cooperation in a strong team environment, and the required interaction with outside vendors

  • Must be self-motivated, demonstrate quality craftsmanship and take pride in work performed

  • Ability to take direction while learning Summit Sales & Equipment processes and environment.

 *Students can be 18 years old. We are willing to work around a school schedule.

Please send in a resume to

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