Electricians set up, maintain, and repair buildings’ wiring for electricity, as well as their buildings’ communication, lighting, and control systems.
Every structure has an electrical system put in place during construction and kept up to par by electricians and other maintenance workers. Access to these systems allows for convenient and pleasant lighting, home and office appliances, and tools.
Because the electrical cable is more readily available during construction, placing electrical systems in newly built structures is frequently more straightforward than providing equipment in existing buildings. Troubleshooting and fixing malfunctioning components are integral to equipment and system maintenance but can be challenging when working with out-of-reach components. Repairs and upkeep of electrical systems may involve switching out or upgrading components, lighting, controls, and motors.
They study blueprints, which contain detailed layouts of electrical systems that outline the locations of outlets, circuits, and other pieces of apparatus. To run and protect wiring, they use various hand tools and power tools, such as conduit benders. Screwdrivers, wire strippers, drills, and saws are some of the other instruments that are utilized frequently. During troubleshooting, electricians often use ammeters, voltmeters, thermal scanners, and cable testers to locate issues and verify that components are operating appropriately.
● Determine the nature of any electrical issues by employing various diagnostic tools.
● Use both hand and power tools to make necessary repairs or replacements to the wiring, equipment, or fixtures.
● Ensure that you comply with all state and municipal building regulations based on the National Electrical Code.
● Supervise the work of others in the installation, maintenance, or repair of electrical wiring or equipment, as well as provide training in these areas.
● Study the blueprints or the diagrams of the technical process.
● Set up, maintain, and repair electrical, control, and lighting systems.
● Examine the various electrical components, including the transformers and the circuit breakers.
● Build and create things with hand tools and plans.
● Mount small electrical outlets or switch boxes made of metal or plastic on walls.
● Engage in physically demanding activities, such as lugging heavy objects and digging conduit-laying trenches.
● Provide preliminary drawings and cost estimates for products and services.
● Be supported in need by operating necessary vehicles, using generators and spotlights, and lighting flares.
● thorough familiarity with legal requirements, safety measures, and best practices.
● Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills Excellent physical health, with the flexibility to perform overnight shifts.
● a certificate of successful completion of an applicable vocational program or an electrician’s apprenticeship.
● legitimate professional license.
● a history of success as an electrician.
● knowledge of commercial and/or industrial electrical systems.
● demonstrated an aptitude for using electrical drawings and plans and hand instruments like wire cutters and voltmeters.
The average salary is ₹1.2 lakh per annum.The more experience you have, the more money you make, and you can potentially make even more if you become a specialist in your field.