An entry-level Electrical Repairer works as a trainee under close supervision of journey-level workers in both the shop and the field in the maintenance, overhauling, dismantling, repairing, rebuilding, rewinding, cleaning, reassembling, and installing of electrical equipment and components within the Water and Power systems. Trainees receive extensive classroom training as well as on the job training.
A journey-level Electrical Repairer performs a variety of skilled electrical rewinding, repairing, rebuilding, assembling, troubleshooting, maintenance and rigging work in the shop and field; and may lead a group of employees performing electrical repair work in shop and field locations.
Education Requirement: Successful completion of the Pre-Electrical Craft Helper training course presented by the Los Angeles Trade Technical College
The following table was last updated on September 23, 2021.