Job LocationTrenton, ME
Responsibilities will include the installation and wiring of AC and DC power systems, tank monitoring systems, navigation electronics and instrumentation, lighting, marine radios and audio/visual systems, pressure pumps, bilge pumps, refrigeration systems and household appliances, electronic winches, windlasses and other motorized deck hardware, diesel engines, alternators and regulators. Must be capable of reading and understanding a wiring schematic as well as troubleshoot all electrical systems. Marine experience and ABYC certification a plus.
Apply in by email, by mail, by fax, or in-person to: Cheryl Patterson, email@example.com
High school diploma or GED. Trade school diploma in marine systems/electronics or a post-secondary education in electrical engineering or equivalent a plus.
- •Excellent pay and benefits including paid time off, holidays, health insurance, 401K, life insurance, voluntary dental and vision, short and long-term disability insurances, Aflac & auto/home discounts.