7 Electrician jobs in Japan

  • Amentum
    This position supports a major service contract with the Department of Defense (DoD)/Navy-Marine Corps. This position will provide maintenance and repair of……
  • HII
    Marine Electrician - 17069
    Employment Type: Full Time/Hourly/Non-Exempt. Security Clearance: Ability to Obtain. This Electrician will be responsible for performing maintenance and……
  • Amazon Data Services Japan G.K.
    DCEO Facility Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical), DC Communities
    L 2-4 years relevant work experience with operating and maintaining mission critical equipment (24 hour operation factories, substations, hospitals, etc...).…
  • Komatsu Australia
    Fitter - Diesel
    The purpose of this position is to represent Komatsu on a customer’s site. This technician will work alongside a team of Komatsu staff to support and complete……
  • Jobkey
    Electrician / Electronic Technician (m/f/d) in DACH
    Enjoy excellent benefits and ongoing training. Assembly and commissioning of machines. Occasional service assignments as a technician.…
  • 株式会社バイオス
    Data Center Engineer
    Provide technical support in assisting requester in their initial installation, and continue to offer assistance in areas such as SmartHands, cross-connects and……
  • Lubrizol Corporation
    Facility Engineering Specialist
    The Facility Engineering Specialist is responsible for all the facility and engineering management in Kinuura facility (Chita, Aichi-prefecture) of Lubrizol……
  • Acme Corporation - Job Listing 1008910863448

    Job Outlook for Electrician

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    Electricians are skilled technicians who install, maintain and repair electrical power in homes, business, public spaces and factories. Demand for electricians is expected to grow as fast as the average for all other occupations. Alternative power generation is growing especially quickly, so electricians with interest and skill in this specialty may have especially plentiful opportunities. A high school diploma and a four to five year apprentice experience is typically required for entry to the field. Additionally, most states require licensure.

    Frequently asked questions

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    • Opportunities to get paid and on-the-job training will advance you to a new level as an electrician.
    • Flexible working hours allow electricians to enjoy generous time off and varied work environments.
    • Electricians are always needed, and job security is often offered on a contract basis.

    These perks are commonly practiced with top companies like the U.S. Navy, Aerotek, and General Motors.

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