Electrician Jobs in Medford, Oregon

Install and perform maintenance on wiring, control, and lighting systems. Electricians work on electrical components for buildings that are finished, and no longer under construction. They are competent at reading blueprints and technical diagrams, understand and follow the regulations set out in the government’s National Electric Code, and use a range of equipment to test for and identify electrical problems. When they discover an issue, electricians repair or replace the affected wiring or device.

There are two main categories of electricians. Inside electricians work on larger motors, equipment, and systems in business buildings and factories. Residential electricians, by contrast, work in residential homes. These personnel install wiring and troubleshoot non-industrial fixtures and equipment.

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WORKFORCEMedford, OR - Medford, OR
client is a reputable construction materials supplies company currently seeking an experienced electrician. Incoming candidate should be highly familiar with: 1 )repairing and maintaining AC/DC motor...
15 hours ago
Medford, OR
compensation: WAGE STARTS AT $36.00 PER HOUR employment type: full-time Journeyman Electricians for new commercial project in Portland wanted ASAP. Must have Oregon Journeyman License. Full time, plus...
5 days ago
Medford, OR
compensation: Depends on qualifications employment type: employee's choice Automotive electrician wanted for mobile repair on a 50 year old truck. Work to be performed at my home in the Gold Hill area...
7 days ago
Medford, OR
employment type: full-time WINTERS ELECTRIC, LLC has an immediate opening for a General Journeyman Electrician. Position will consist of residential and commercial new construction, remodels, and service...
8 days ago
Medford, OR
compensation: DOE employment type: full-time Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician - Tree Top Medford Plant seeks a highly motivated Industrial Maintenance Mechanic with an Oregon Electrical License to joi...
17 days ago
Central Point, OR (11 miles from Medford, Oregon)
Experience employment type: full-time Eric's Electric Service, Inc. is looking to hire a Journeyman Electrician licensed in the State of Oregon to work in the Medford area and Klamath Falls. Commercial and...
23 days ago
Medford, OR
compensation: WAGES BASED ON EXPERIENCE employment type: full-time LICENSED JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN NEEDED. WORK WOULD START ASAP (TODAY, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30TH, 2016) HIGH PAY, OVERTIME AVAILABLE, MUST...
23 days ago
Medford, OR
full-time Jimco Electrical Contracting has immediate openings for Oregon Licensed Journeyman Electricians, call show contact info to arrange an interview. Most of our jobs are in the commercial and i...
25 days ago
Medford, OR
experience employment type: full-time Erics Electric Service, Inc. is looking to hire a Journeyman Electrician licensed in the state of Oregon to work in the Medford and Central Point area. Commercial and...
25 days ago
Medford, OR
ial and commercial electrical contractor with an immediate opening for a Licensed Journeyman Electrician for construction and/or service work in the Portland metro. Over the past 15 years, we have s...
26 days ago
Medford, OR
commercial electrical contractor with an immediate opening for a Licensed Limited Residential Electrician for construction and/or service work in the Portland metro. Over the past 15 years, we have s...
26 days ago
Medford, OR
ed residential and commercial electrical contractor with an immediate opening for a Licensed Electrician for construction and/or service work in the Portland metro. Over the past 15 years, we have s...
26 days ago
Medford, OR
compensation: TOP PAY AND BENEFITS employment type: full-time Journeyman Electrician wanted ASAP for new commercial projects in Medford; as well as new residential high end homes. TOP PAY. $35 to $38...
30+ days ago
Medford, OR
HOUR employment type: full-time Commercial Electrical Contractor has openings for Journeyman Electricians/Supervisors for new commercial projects in Bend, must have Oregon Journeyman License. Full time...
30+ days ago
Medford, OR
produce commodity lumber, veneer & plywood products. We currently have multiple GENERAL JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN positions at our five facilities located in the Western Oregon Region, which is headquartered...
30+ days ago

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