Resort Master Electrician


  • Perform all resort electrical needs in a safe and timely manner according to the National Electrical Code.
  • Responsible for all electrical work performed by Resort Electrician and other qualified technicians.
  • Must be able to work on D. C. drives, both digital and analog.
  • Fully capable to climb poles to work on pole lines and must have high voltage experience.
  • Have knowledge of AC and DC motors, controllers, soft starts and drives.
  • Understand instrumentation and low voltage controls.
  • Proficient with phone systems and devices.
  • Experience and expertise with residential, commercial, and industrial electrical.
  • Must be able to read and design schematics and blueprints.
  • Must be able to use a Megger and have working knowledge of oscilloscopes.
  • Familiar with ohms law, resistance and milliamps.
  • Must be able to use vibration equipment.


Must hold a valid Master Electrician license and a minimum of ten years' experience or equivalent.

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