Electrical Service Technician

Journeyman electricians work with installing; repairing and maintaining electrical systems and adhere to all applicable requirements, including safety standards and local codes. Communicate with customers and coworkers effectively to promote efficiency.


  • Test electrical systems to determine where issues may be occurring, and the safety of the system.
  • Document actions, testing results, observations, final diagnosis of the situation, and steps taken to resolve issues for each job or situation.
  • Repair electrical issues by replacing or installing components, wiring, or devices.
  • Maintain a safe work environment by adhering to all company guidelines and OSHA safety requirements and also by reporting violations of policies, procedures, and guidelines to the immediate supervisor.
  • Use ladders, scaffolding, platforms, and lifts to work on electrical systems in residential homes and commercial properties.
  • Answer emergency calls quickly, assess the safety of the situation upon first arriving at the scene, and inform of your finding individuals affected by the electrical emergency to ensure their continued safety and comfort.
  • Maintain equipment to ensure it is in good condition and can operate or be used safely; report any issues to the immediate supervisor.
  • Produce quality work that meets or exceeds National Electric Code requirements.

Position Requirements

  1. Licenses – Current driver’s license and transportation
  2. Electrical – Current Journeyman license
  3. Education – High school graduate, holder of G.E.D

Working Conditions

  • The job requires working in all elements (rain, heat, cold, snow, etc.)
  • The job requires employees to have personal tools with them at all times
  • Work from all types of ladders (step ladders, A-frame ladders, extension ladders, etc.)
  • Employees' personal tools and personal weight cannot exceed the ladder weight limit
  • Perform work at various heights
  • Work in restricted areas (attics, crawl spaces, etc.)
  • Wear protective gear when necessary (hard hat, reflective gear, etc.)
  • Able to work 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, overtime as required, and night shifts


  • Positively identifies color wire
  • Comprehends reading and writing
  • Comprehends and practices safe work procedures per company policy
  • Operate company trucks with manual and automatic transmissions
  • Capable of operating power tools
  • Proficient in using an iPad and similar technology


  • Must be able to bend, stand, squat, crawl, climb, kneel, push, pull, and reach overhead frequently
  • Possess good and or corrected vision for work that includes small items for electrical work
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs
  • Stand for long periods of time
  • Repetitive use of hands and fingers

Absolute Power offers competitive pay and benefits, as well as continued training. 
Please call for an appointment, applications, and interviews by APPOINTMENT ONLY. 210-647-3138