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Offline Learnist Careers

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Electrician CV Example
« on: January 21, 2013, 08:05:07 PM »


CV Example for Electrician

Use this example Cv for free for your job applications after amending it as suitable.

Name
Address, Post-code
Telephone: 01234 567 890
Email: anyaddress at example.com

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

A fully qualified electrician with over ten years experience working on commercial; industrial and domestic projects, skilled in installation and maintenance electrician work so adaptable and willing to take on any task.   Capable of reading and working from complex architect drawings and communicating with others to ensure everyone has a good understanding of the project, however large or small.  Proven to work well within a team setting and confident to take on board any instructions given and carry on with the work. 
Hard working and always takes time to see jobs through to the end, ensuring all issues are completed to high standards, contributing to the success and good reputation of any business.

Looking for an opportunity to join an established business which will allow me to continue developing my skills and one I can make a positive contribution to the success of the business.


KEY SKILLS & EXPERTISE

•    Fully qualified and experienced installation and maintenance electrician
•    Problem solving and seeing jobs through to completion which may involve working extra hours
•    Good communication skills, able to provide excellent customer service
•    Flexible and adaptable work attitude, willing to work on various projects and enjoys the challenge
•    Awareness of Health & Safety
•    Thrive taking on responsibility
•    Working in confined spaces
•    Communication Skills

CAREER SUMMARY

2008 – Present:        Electrician                                                  Company Name
Key Responsibilities:

•    Listening to and carrying out instructions from colleagues and senior management
•    Responsible for the checking and maintenance of standby battery systems and generators
•    Experienced in supervising apprentices
•    Working on fire and security alarms, maintaining and keeping records of signed reports
•    Co-ordinated work with other tradesmen when required for larger projects
•    Portable appliance testing
•    Diagnosing and resolving electrical faults
•    Responsible for all documentation for work
•    Attend any training to keep all qualifications and certificates up to date
•    Liaise with Property Service Staff; Tradesmen; Managers regarding contract work

Date – Date            Electrician                             Company Name
Key Responsibilities:

•    Responsible for the planning and organising of own work schedule
•    Having a flexible work attitude to change appointments when emergency situations arose
•    Always promoting good working practice and excellent customer care
•    Using IT to update maintenance records
•    Responsible for own work vehicle, keeping it clean, tidy and organised to promote the reputation of the business
•    Mentoring junior staff – buddying apprentices, checking their work and reporting on their progress

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

2001 – 2003:        NICEIC Registered
2002::            17th Edition Wiring Regulations
4 GCSE’s:        Including Mathematics; English; Physics

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

•    City & Guilds Inspection & Testing Certificate
•    Qualified First Aider

INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

Currently include:    Walking, Cycling, Cooking, Arts & Crafts

REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST


Good luck.

Offline Glenys

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Re: Electrician CV Example
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2013, 10:24:50 AM »
Great, this is something my son may be able to use in the future, he is wanting to become and electrician or an electrical engineer.  He is taking GCSE Electronics so would list that on the qualifications bit (as well as listing out the other GCSE's he takes and the grades)
 
 

 

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