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Seeking an experienced E&I Technician for electrical and instrumentation projects. Proficiency in installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting required. Join our team to work on diverse industrial assignments. Apply now to showcase your E&I expertise with us!

WHAT WE OFFER YOU

  • Weekly payment;

  • Pension plan;

  • Possibility of a  permanent contract;

  • Transport or company car;

  • Accommodation if needed;

  • We provide Tools and Orange PPE;

  • Help with necessary certificates (BSN, VCA).

WHAT WILL YOU DO

  • Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical systems and equipment onboard naval vessels, including power distribution systems, lighting systems, communication systems, and navigation equipment;

  • Conduct routine inspections and preventive maintenance to identify and address potential issues before they escalate, ensuring the reliability and readiness of electrical systems for mission-critical operations;

  • Install, upgrade, and retrofit electrical components, cables, and wiring systems according to technical specifications, blueprints, and naval regulations;

  • Test and calibrate electrical equipment and instrumentation to verify proper functioning and compliance with performance standards and safety regulations;

  • Collaborate with engineering teams, technicians, and other tradespeople to diagnose complex electrical problems, develop effective solutions, and implement repairs in a timely manner;

  • Operate specialized tools, equipment, and diagnostic instruments for electrical testing, troubleshooting, and repair tasks, ensuring adherence to safety protocols and procedures;

  • Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities, equipment status, and repair histories, documenting all work performed in accordance with naval regulations and quality assurance standards;

  • Adhere to strict safety protocols and procedures, including compliance with hazardous materials handling, electrical safety, and fire prevention practices onboard naval vessels;

  • Participate in training exercises, drills, and readiness assessments to maintain proficiency and readiness for emergency response and contingency operations;

  • Uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and teamwork, fostering a culture of excellence and accountability in support of naval operations.

WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU

  • Proven experience as a naval electrician or similar role in the maritime industry, preferably in a military or naval environment;

  • Strong knowledge of electrical systems, components, and equipment used in naval vessels, including AC and DC power systems, switchboards, generators, transformers, and distribution panels;

  • Familiarity with naval electrical regulations, standards, and technical specifications, such as NAVSEA Standard Items and MIL-STD-1399;

  • Proficiency in reading and interpreting electrical schematics, diagrams, and technical manuals to perform troubleshooting, repairs, and installations;

  • Certification or licensure as an electrician or electrical technician preferred, with additional training or certifications in maritime electrical systems highly desirable;

  • Ability to work effectively in confined spaces, at heights, and in adverse weather conditions onboard naval vessels, adhering to strict safety protocols and regulations;

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to diagnose complex electrical issues and develop effective solutions in a dynamic operational environment;

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams and stakeholders to achieve common objectives;

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, schedules, and operational requirements, with a commitment to meeting deadlines and delivering high-quality results under pressure.

WHAT WE OFFER YOU

  • Weekly payment;

  • Pension plan;

  • Possibility of a  permanent contract;

  • Transport or company car;

  • Accommodation if needed;

  • We provide Tools and Orange PPE;

  • Help with necessary certificates (BSN, VCA).

WHAT WILL YOU DO

  • Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical systems and equipment onboard naval vessels, including power distribution systems, lighting systems, communication systems, and navigation equipment;

  • Conduct routine inspections and preventive maintenance to identify and address potential issues before they escalate, ensuring the reliability and readiness of electrical systems for mission-critical operations;

  • Install, upgrade, and retrofit electrical components, cables, and wiring systems according to technical specifications, blueprints, and naval regulations;

  • Test and calibrate electrical equipment and instrumentation to verify proper functioning and compliance with performance standards and safety regulations;

  • Collaborate with engineering teams, technicians, and other tradespeople to diagnose complex electrical problems, develop effective solutions, and implement repairs in a timely manner;

  • Operate specialized tools, equipment, and diagnostic instruments for electrical testing, troubleshooting, and repair tasks, ensuring adherence to safety protocols and procedures;

  • Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities, equipment status, and repair histories, documenting all work performed in accordance with naval regulations and quality assurance standards;

  • Adhere to strict safety protocols and procedures, including compliance with hazardous materials handling, electrical safety, and fire prevention practices onboard naval vessels;

  • Participate in training exercises, drills, and readiness assessments to maintain proficiency and readiness for emergency response and contingency operations;

  • Uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and teamwork, fostering a culture of excellence and accountability in support of naval operations.

WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU

  • Proven experience as a naval electrician or similar role in the maritime industry, preferably in a military or naval environment;

  • Strong knowledge of electrical systems, components, and equipment used in naval vessels, including AC and DC power systems, switchboards, generators, transformers, and distribution panels;

  • Familiarity with naval electrical regulations, standards, and technical specifications, such as NAVSEA Standard Items and MIL-STD-1399;

  • Proficiency in reading and interpreting electrical schematics, diagrams, and technical manuals to perform troubleshooting, repairs, and installations;

  • Certification or licensure as an electrician or electrical technician preferred, with additional training or certifications in maritime electrical systems highly desirable;

  • Ability to work effectively in confined spaces, at heights, and in adverse weather conditions onboard naval vessels, adhering to strict safety protocols and regulations;

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to diagnose complex electrical issues and develop effective solutions in a dynamic operational environment;

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams and stakeholders to achieve common objectives;

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, schedules, and operational requirements, with a commitment to meeting deadlines and delivering high-quality results under pressure.

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