Electrical & Instrumentation Technician

Spark a great future.

This ain’t your grandfather’s mine. Today’s mines are high-tech, fully connected systems that rely on a wide array of modern electronics. Electrical and instrumentation technicians troubleshoot, maintain and repair electrical and associated equipment in a safe, environmentally responsible and timely manner. These technicians install or service lights, communications systems and a variety of electrical control systems that keep the whole show running and the whole crew able to communicate with each other. Lots of room for advanced training and moving up the ladder. Ground yourself for a bright career.

Education and training needed: High school diploma or GED; apprenticeship and/or vocational certification

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