Windsor Locks, CT 06096 USA
JTN Electrical is looking to fill an immediate full-time position for a Journeyman Electrician. This role is intended for an electrical professional looking to implement their electrical expertise on commercial projects in Connecticut and Massachusetts. To be able to succeed in this position, you would need to be dependable, clean and neatly dressed with a good attitude and open to learning and improving your skill set.
Duties and Responsibilities:
High school diploma or equivalent required
Must have a valid Connecticut / Massachusetts journeyman license
Valid driver’s license required
Able to pass a background check and drug screening
Knowledgeable on commercial and residential electrical systems
At least 1 year experience as a journeyman electrician ????
Multimeter, ohmmeter, and testing equipment; wire puller; pipe bender and threader; hand and power tools (saw, drill, etc.); trencher; jackhammer; concrete saw; ladder. Light truck or van.
Electrical jobs that can be indoors or outdoors in commercial or residential setting. Full time position also may include working evenings and weekends.
⬜ Medical Insurance
⬜ Dental Insurance
⬜ Vision Insurance
⬜ Life Insurance
⬜ None of These
$62,000 to $90,000 Annually
Journeyman E2 Electrician, Journeyman, Electrician, certified electrician, electrical technician, electrical apprentice,
Why Work at This Company?
We are a small growing company looking to hire motivated individuals who work well with others. We have a great team who enjoys what they do and coming to work. Our employees are are reliable and take pride in delivering only the best work. We value our employees by paying above average rates with great year end bonuses. All in all JTN Electrical is a great place to work! See our client reviews.
Hiring Company Description:
JTN Electric is a growing electrical company providing electrical repairs, electric troubleshooting and emergency electrician services. Our skilled professionals only use quality materials and tools for repairs, providing personalized service at affordable rates to commercial and residential clients.
Please contact John Nadeau at (860) 668-8854 or email John@JTNelectrical.com to schedule an interview. Remember to also follow us on social media at @JTNelectric
A sudden difference of 5 ma. or more, indicating that there is another path for the electricity to flow through will trip this device. The only downside to this is there may be some nuisance tripping in highly inductive loads like large motors or even fluorescent lamps or fixtures on the same circuit. But the newer models seemed to have corrected this somewhat.
It protects any appliance plugged into it, and can also be wired to protect other outlets that are connected to it. The GFCI circuit breaker controls an entire circuit, and is installed as a replacement for a circuit breaker on your home's main circuit board. Rather than install multiple GFCI outlets, one GFCI circuit breaker can protect the entire circuit. There is a test button and a reset button on these units. If you press the test button the reset should pop out. To reset just push the reset button in.
Not a good idea to put lights on GFCI. protected circuits so you aren't left in the dark if the circuit trips. Generally, equipment such as refrigerators, freezers and sump pumps that cannot go without electrical power for an extended period of time without causing costly losses or property damage should not be placed on a GFCI. protected circuit. GFCIs are very sensitive and are subject to nuisance tripping. GFCI receptacles don't last outdoors even under the best of conditions. Be sure to test the device using the "test" button before you use one.
The more appliances you’d like to run at the same time can be a good indication of your service needed. For example a 60 amp service will not provide enough service to run a electric stove, hair dryer and electrical hot water heater. The rule of thumb for our many digital devices that needs to be on charge and appliances running in the background we’d suggest 200 amps.
Resetting circuit breakers or changing fuses too often: could indicate that your circuits are drawing more current then they can safely provide. It could also indicate a more dangerous fault in one or more circuits that needs immediate attention.