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Electrical Technologist

What does a Electrical Technologist do?

Electrical Technologists apply knowledge of electrical theory in business, engineering or industry settings.

- They engineer and design power, lighting, control and communications systems in buildings and industrial plants.
- They test and maintain electrical equipment including switchgear, control circuits, transformers, motors and programmable logic controllers.
- They engineer and design electrical generation, transmission and distribution systems.
- They prepare project cost estimates from electrical drawings.

What kind of person makes a good Electrical Technologist?

Electrical Technologist might be the job for you if you:

- Are good at math, science and physics
- Like to change and adopt new ideas
- Can interpret plans and diagrams
- Work well with others as a team.

How do I become a Electrical Technologist?

Electrical Technologists need to have a two-year diploma in electrical engineering technology.

Where does a Electrical Technologist work?

Electrical Technologists are most often employed by electrical suppliers, utility companies, electrical contractors, building and industrial maintenance firms and companies in the oil and gas industries.

How much does a Electrical Technologist make?

On average, Electrical Technologists in Alberta make $34.73 an hour.
Thatís about $68,000 a year.

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