Military Jobs and Careers - Electrical Products Repairers
Majority of the equipment and installations in the military are powered with electricity and in order to maintain the conditioning system of electrical parts and accessories the services of Electrical Products Repairers are also employed by the organization. The Electrical Products Repairers are considered enlisted personnel in the military, but they also played a very significant for the successful day to day activities.
The usual duties and responsibilities of Electrical products repairers in the military include:
• Take charge in the maintenance of electrical products, motors, pumps, lathes, and all electricity-powered machines
• Conduct inspection and repair of electrical equipment that are already defective
• Conduct repair and maintenance of voltmeters and all other electrical instruments
• Take charge in the maintenance of electric power tools, drills and saws
The field of study which is helpful in this kind of job in the military includes shop mechanics, mathematical formula and electricity. Other helpful attributes also includes:
• Excellent skills in the use of electrical tools so that efficiency can be achieved
• Enthusiasm in learning about appliances and electric motors
• Enthusiasm in problem solving
Classroom instructions as well as actual experience in related jobs are ideal training for the job. Other course contents which are also ideal are:
• Repair procedures for electrical equipment as well as maintenance
• Basics in using electrical tools and equipment so that problem solving can be achieved immediately
The Electrical Products Repairers work in military premises and machine shop repairing defective equipment and electrical accessories. They also travel to other military installations when the need arises.
The civilian Electrical products repairers work in electrical companies, industrial and manufacturing firms, colleges and universities, private and government offices. Their duties and functions are only the same with that of the military.