Electrician Jobs in Idaho

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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Austin Allen Company, LLC 8139 - Nampa, ID
Youll work with minimal supervision as you use electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, blueprints, and layouts to troubleshoot & repair electrical & electronic equipment....
2 days ago
Faith Technologies, Inc. - Boise, ID
Installs and bends conduit using manual, mechanical, and hydraulic benders. Performs wire and cable pulls. Demonstrates appropriate skills of a First Year Apprentice....
1 day ago
Hi Technical Electric Llc - Garden City, ID
Certified Journeyman Electrician at Hi-Tech Electric LLC in Garden City, Idaho, United States Job Description Working in service means responding to customer's immediate needs for electrical repairs...
1 day ago
Boise, ID
Entry level Apprentice / labor. Willing to train. Need someone with a positive attitude, good driving record, punctual and ready to learn. Having own hand tools and mechanical inclined a plus....
2 days ago
Faith Technologies Incorporated - Boise, ID
&/li&&li&Analyzes blueprints effectively and utilizes such information on jobsite....
2 days ago
EMCOR Group, Inc. - Boise, ID
Job Title: Electrical Project Manager Assistant Reports To: Project Manager Location: Las Vegas, NV FLSA Status: Exempt Prepared By: Vice President Prepared Date: March 2021 COMPANY OVERVIEW We...
14 hours ago
Midtown Electric - Meridian, ID
Midtown Electric is a fast-growing company with a tight-knit team of skilled electricians that care deeply about their clients....
4 hours ago
Boise, ID
Bending, threading, cutting and running conduit material. Set fixtures, terminate panels, and set outlets. Applicants must have all basic electric hand tools (drills, hacksaw, wire cutters, etc.)...
1 day ago
Boise, ID
We offer more than 150 years of combined experience in the general construction field....
4 days ago
Meridian, ID
(Rocky Mountain Electric) Electrical Contractor 40 years in business across the Northwest seeking a hard working, dependable, self-motivated Licensed Experienced Project Apprentice Electrician for a...
4 days ago
Middleton, ID
New or experienced electricians wanted. Must have current apprentice license and current driver's license. Own tools is a plus. Residential work. Full time. Wage is DOE....
5 days ago
Post Falls, ID
We are open to apprentice electricians with experience but no experience will be fine. Be eager to learn. We will help with schooling and licensing for apprentice. Wages are competitive....
7 days ago
SUNSHINE SILVER MINING & REFINING - Kellogg, ID
Miner Electrician The Sunshine Mine is currently seeking a full time Miner Electrician. Certified Electrician with Mining experience is preferred....
8 days ago
Basic American Foods - Blackfoot, ID
Industrial Electrician - Blackfoot, Idaho Do you have an interest in making a difference at a privately held company that is committed to quality, employee development, and technical excellence?...
8 days ago
Basic American Foods - Blackfoot, ID
Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician Blackfoot, Idaho Do you have an interest in making a difference at a privately held company that is committed to quality, employee development, and technical excellence...
8 days ago

Demographic Data for Idaho

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Salary for Electrician Jobs in Idaho

This is the average annual salary for Electrician jobs in Idaho as reported by the BLS.

$49,668

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Electrician positions.

Highest Education Level

Electricians in Idaho offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (32.6%)
  • Vocational or Certification (25.3%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (17.4%)
  • Associate's Degree (13.6%)
  • Master's Degree (6.8%)
  • Some College (2.4%)
  • Some High School (1.3%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.7%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Electricians in Idaho
  • 4-6 years (61.1%)
  • 2-4 years (14.1%)
  • 8-10 years (10.1%)
  • None (9.9%)
  • 6-8 years (4.0%)
  • 1-2 years (0.6%)
  • Less than 1 year (0.2%)

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