1. Communicates effectively, work independently or in a group.
2. Ability to do basic math, i.e. add, subtract, divide and multiply.
3. Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English.
4. Advanced knowledge of AC and DC electrical theory.
5. Power generation, control and distribution.
6. Trouble shooting electrical equipment.
7. Use of test equipment.
8. Blueprint reading and advanced layout.
9. Electric motors and controls.
10. Grounding and bonding.
11. Cable – identification, size requirements and ampacity limits or where to find the information.
12. Fabrication and installation of packing tubes, multiple cable transits, collars, conduit, and raceways.
13. Conduit bending.
14. Interior communications and alarms.
15. Ability to reason and find solutions