Relay & Instrumentation Technicians repair, overhaul, and calibrate vital signal control relays (VSCR) within the transit environment.
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Apprentice wage increases with skills and expertise. Fully qualified workers earn an average of up to $32.00 per hour.
Relay & Instrumentation Technician (288R)
|Do you consider yourself a continual learner? Can you read and understand blueprints?|
|Do you have good problem-solving skills?|
|Are you able to lift 50lbs comfortably?|
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?|
|Are you comfortable working indoors and outdoors?|
|Would you enjoy interacting with site supervisors, customers, suppliers, co-workers and other tradespeople to get the job done?|
|Do you have excellent time-management? Are you an organized person?|
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as a Relay & Instrumentation Technician may be for you!
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