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Marine Electrician - NEW HIGHER SALARY

Havelock, NC
$42,464.00 - $74,313.00
July 10, 2024


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NEW HIGHER SALARY: $42,464 - $74,313

The Challenge

We are looking for a Marine Electrician to join our team in the NCDOT Ferry team.

In this role, you will:

Perform and direct the maintenance and repair of marine electrical systems on ferries and dredges and support vessels.

Maintain and repair electrical/electro-mechanical systems of ferries and dredges operated by our Division of Ferries.

Participate in and supervise the installation, maintenance, and repair of AC and DC generators, switchboards, distribution panels, lighting, and alarm circuits.

Troubleshoot electrical equipment and circuits using appropriate test equipment to detect and effect required maintenance, repairs, or replacement requirements.

Perform maintenance/repairs of generators, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers, electrical motors, distribution panels, alarms, and lighting circuits.

Conduct insulation resistance measurements of electrical cables to determine condition and make repairs/replacements as required.

Supervise and participate in the installation/alteration to electrical systems on ferries and dredges.

Maintain adequate inventories of electrical spare parts and requisition replacements as needed.

Maintain electrical system maintenance histories noting dates, repairs, and alterations.

Assist our marine engineer in the preparing and inspecting electrical repairs performed by outside contractors and during our annual shipyard overhaul.

What You Bring

Knowledge of electrical systems and required maintenance and repair needs.

Knowledge of principles, techniques, and practices related to the installation, maintenance, repair and alteration of electrical and electro-mechanical systems.

Skills in detection, diagnoses, maintenance and repair of electrical systems.

Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot, install, and repair HVAC systems.

Education and Experience

High school/GED diploma, and

4+ years experience in marine electrical and electro-mechanical systems maintenance/repair; or

An equivalent combination of education and experience.


Your maintenance and repairs will be performed without technical supervision; however, complex electrical repair problems may be performed under the general supervision of a maintenance supervisor and are reviewed and evaluated through the continued and reliable operation of all electrical systems and their ability to meet US Coast Guard requirements.


Call me: René Basnight at 252-423-5125.

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