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Marine Electricians are responsible for maintaining and repairing marine equipment. Typical responsibilities seen on a Marine Electrician resume sample include repairing equipment using hand or power tools, using diagnostic equipment, diagnosing faulty machinery and systems, directing other employees, and conducting routine inspections. A successful candidate for a Marine Electrician job should showcase in his or her resume technical skills, troubleshooting abilities, attention to details, stamina, physical fitness, teamwork and communication. A diploma from a technical school is often required by most employers.

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Marine Electrician

Replaced defective wiring on connection boxes, power panels, and MCC's

  • Worked as a team leader.
  • Ensured timely accomplishment of all tasks.
  • Reassembled and tested equipment after repairs.
  • Worked on 4 newly constructed ships. (USNS Washington Chambers, USNS William McLean, USNS Medgar Evers, USNS Cesar Chavez)
  • Worked on 2 US Navy ships. (USS Pearl Harbor and USS Comstock)
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
32

Marine Electrician

Terminate, Trouble shoots, execute, electrical equipment, and circuits using appropriate test equipment to detect problems.

  • Required maintenance, repairs and replacement requirements.
  • Performs maintenance and repair of generators, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers, distribution panels, fire alarm install, alarm and lighting circuits.
  • Conducts insulation resistance measurements of electrical cables to determine condition and effects repairs or replacements as required.
  • Participates in the installation and alteration to electrical systems aboard ferries.
  • Maintains adequate inventories of electrical spare parts and requisitions replacements as required.
  • Maintains electrical system maintenance histories notating date and lock out circuit breaker protocol.
  • Assists the marine engineer in the preparation and inspection of electrical repairs.
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
11
months
at this job
Business Management Information Systems
Computer Networking
Computer Networking
33

Marine Electrician

Install and repair electrical systems and components including cableways, magnetic motor controllers, motors, limit switches, proximity switches, transducers, solenoid valves, limit torque valves, transformers, circuit breakers, and load centers

  • Interact daily with other trades to complete service computation dates, formal work packages, control work packages, and maintenance procedures before their deadlines
  • Skillfully craft multiple connectors including multi-pin connectors, Ethernet connectors, and coaxial connectors
  • Install Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatuses, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem
  • Advise management on whether operation of equipment could be hazardous and provide engineering resolutions for system problems/changes
  • Perform complicated tasks such as tracing floating grounds and rebuilding magnetic contactors
  • Train peers on proper wiring methods and general safety
  • Frequently lift and transport heavy equipment and material in excess of 50 lbs., up and down numerous flights of stairs
  • Employ several technical manuals, including but not limited to NAVSEA Standard Items and Electrical Plant Installation Standard Methods (E.P.I.S.M.)
  • Earn excellent marks on evaluations from Epsilon Systems for my performance on PLC installs on weapons elevator 5,6, and 8
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
C
Certificate
AS
Electro-mechanical Controls Technology
34

Marine Electrician/ Quality Inspector

Install or replace cable wires, equipment or fixture using hand tools, working on ladder, or scaffold, roofing to maintain cable and hook ups.

  • Assemble, maintain cable wires, electrical devise, and load and unload material.
  • Inspect ship compartments to meet electrical standards in upcoming inspections.
  • Coordinate Health and Safety policies and procedures over Nassco shipyard.
  • Maintain log sheet for inspections and following up with supervisors for work order.
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
Planning
Business Management
35

Journeyman/marine Electrician

Installed commercial facility electrical systems, repair and replacement for 2 buildings along with replacing and updating new equipment on board 10 different naval vessels.

  • Installed electrical systems control to include three phase 480 volt motors, transformers, 277 volt lighting systems, and fire alarm systems
  • Installed main switch gear panels for buildings
  • Upgraded Naval bridge marine controls to include maneuver ability, rudder controls, missile controls, and navigation.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
Voc
Electrician Certification
36

Marine Electrician

Tested the installation of various power cables, distribution panels, connectors, switches, terminals, lighting and electronic equipment on newly constructed naval vessels.

  • Wired complex peripheral equipment and circuits used in ship's navigation and combat systems.
  • Install switchgear control room equipment on newly built Aircraft Carrier.
  • Conduct profound testing on installed systems to ensure proper installation and documentation was entered into the ship's permanent records.
  • Used diagrams, schematics and drawings to connect and properly check system layouts.
Candidate Info
1
year in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BA
Electronics Engineering Technology
MA
Project Management
37

Marine Electrician

Perform Installation and tear out of various electrical equipment on INLS units.

  • Planned, layout and install electrical wires to various controllers and DC motors.
  • Repurpose and reroute cables for multi-use in various Switch Gears.
  • Instal CAT5 cable for installation of Prosoft Computers.
Candidate Info
23
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
Medical Care Provider
Engineering Common Core
38

Marine Electrician

Install multiple types of cables that are used on naval ships that range from electrical and communication cables.

  • Welding (use torch to cut steal)
  • Used hand tools and testing equipment.
  • Management prepare following cables for the following day. Do a run through on the next task at hand to prepare the run in a more proficient job.
  • Scheduling and budgeting in charged of hours that given to me. Creating a plan for the most productive work for each task.
  • Able to read blue prints, which allows comprehension on the task at hand. Having a experienced in depth knowledge of reading blue prints I was in charge of reading and caring out the plans (for 5yrs).
  • Extraordinary judgment and communication experience. My role as a Team Leader I was required to make the right decisions for every task and problem that arises. Communicating with my team I am able to inform every task in detail so each cable run will go smoothly with every man knowing their jobs and right jobs are allocated to the right people.
  • Team Leader for a Ten-man crew. I was to supervise, instruct my crew.
  • Repair, installs, replaces and test electrical circuits or cables.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
39

Marine Electrician

Performs routine checks of electrical equipment including indicators, motor controllers, and wiring

  • Use ohmmeters, multi-meter, meggers, and ammeters, to trouble shoot equipment and circuits to make sure they are working properly
  • Experience with PLC's, VFD's, contactors, and relays
  • Knowledge of 120, 220, 277, 480, 600 VAC and 12, 24, 36, 48 VDC
  • Read and understand electrical blueprints and schematics
  • Ensure the safe, efficient and effective operation for connecting 480V shore power and kilowatt hour meter to ships shore power plug
  • Frequently troubleshoot system failures and analyze problems to ensure proper operating condition on AC/DC systems
  • Assure the proper maintenance is preformed on electric motors, generators, machinery, alarm equipment, and hydraulic control systems for optimum performance
  • Install, operate, and energize breakers, transformers, switchgears, disconnects, and other related substation equipment
  • Install, troubleshoot, adjust, replace, and perform preventative maintenance on electrical systems
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
3
months
at this job
AAS
Electrical & Instrumentation Technology
40

Marine Electrician

Assembled multi-pin connectors and fiber optic connections

  • Reassembled and test equipment after repairs
  • Installed new fuses, electrical cables, and power sources as required
  • Spliced wires with knives or cutting pliers, and solder connections to fixtures
  • Tested electrical systems and equipment to locate and diagnose malfunctions
  • Performed necessary duties in the workshop, in the field and onboard vessels
  • Repaired and replaced electrical equipment on marine applications
Candidate Info
28
years in
workforce
28
years
at this job
Electronic & Design

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