Locates and diagnoses electrical system problems using test equipment.
Installs, inspects, repairs, wires and maintains a variety of electrical systems and equipment to include main electric panel boxes, receptacles, lighting fixtures, switches, conduit or metal flex, etc.
Ensures that materials used and workmanship meets the requirements of applicable technical and safety standards and will pass inspection.
interprets blueprints and specifications to determine electrical requirements for construction and calculates materials needed. Provides cost estimates for residential and some commercial electrical services. May provide support for HVAC department in electrical installations.
Ensures that all electrical installations are accurate, serviceable, and meet code parameters.
Minimum of 3 yrs residential wiring experience.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent preferred.
Valid driver's license.
Must pass drug screening, background checks and MVR.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of customer service representatives is projected to decline 2 percent from 2019 to 2029. There will be less demand for customer service representatives as more of their tasks become automated.
According to BLS, the median hourly wage for customer service representatives was $17.23 in May 2020.
Customer service workers use customer service skills and communication to work with customers in order to solve technical problems, choose a product, schedule an appointment, resolve conflict. Entry-level and tech-related roles are popular among job seekers looking for work in customer service as well.
Here are some types of customer service categories of jobs: