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L3Harris $1000 Sign On Bonus - 2nd Class Electrician in Norfolk, Virginia


Electrician 2nd Class

Offering $1000 sign on bonuses

We are searching for an Electrician2nd Class at our Norfolk, VA location.

You will demonstrate success by:

  • Connecting, installing, and removing wiring, fixtures, and equipment for all electrical services aboard ships utilizing blueprints, wiring diagrams, and test equipment.

  • Installing cables in the overhead and underneath false decks according to work specifications.

  • Troubleshooting and repairing simple circuits.

  • Understanding electrical terms, definitions, abbreviations, and ship's layout.

  • Showing familiarity with standard work practices and the safety rules and regulations that apply to the work at hand.

  • Hooking up lighting, power, and fuse panels; controllers and connection boxes.

  • Use of test equipment to properly to identify voltage, ring-out and troubleshoot cables and equipment.

  • Determining cable routing and overcrowded transits prior to installation.

  • Effectively utilizing workers assigned to accomplish tasks and work with little supervision from the Electrician 1st Class and Leadperson.

  • Determining the kind and quantity of materials required to accomplish the work without undue waste.

  • Performing other related duties as assigned and be able to fulfill job requirements as directed by management.


  • Must have a thorough understanding in electrical installation standards, processes and materials - EPISM.

  • Must be experienced in the opening, packing, closing, and testing of MCT's / MCP's.

  • Must be able to hookup simple circuits to include the use of shielded cables.

  • Experienced in the hookup of transformers, lighting and distribution panels, switchboards, fuse boxes, connection boxes, controllers, receptacles, lighting fixtures, and other electrical and electronic equipment.

  • Must understand cable tagging requirements and wire marking terminology.

  • Experienced in the use of test equipment required in order to test and repair electrical and electronic systems.

  • Experienced in the grounding and bonding of electrical equipment.

  • Must possess an understanding of the requirements for the isolation and tag-out of electrical and electronic systems in accordance with NAVSEA Standard Items.

  • Experienced in the banding of cables according to plans and industry standards.

  • 18 or older, and US Citizen

  • Drug screen and Background Investigation required.

  • Must possess a high school diploma/GED.

  • US Navy Electronic A or C schools or equivalent electrical trade schools preferred.