Electrician CV Example

Electrician CV example and template. Amend as suitable and write your own CV. You can use this CV for your job applications after amending your details.

Electrician job vacancies can be found on the major job sites online. You can visit those job boards and start applying for the ones that are near your or you are prepared to relocate for.

If you want to become a Electrician you will need to pass a Level 3 NVQ Diploma from City & Guilds.

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Here is your Electrician CV Template:

electrician cv example

Ben Andrews: Electrician.
0208 123 456789

1 Job Hunter Way, Employmentville, UK. EM1 5LO

Your email address here

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Professional Profile

As a registered electrician it is my job to make sure that one of the most dangerous elements that we harness is used as safely as possible. I am very conscientious and pragmatic, and like to ensure that I am carrying out my job properly and that safety for all is always the paramount importance. I am highly skilled and experienced with using the relevant equipment.
  • Trustworthy.
  • Sensible and practical.
  • Approachable and Friendly.
  • Registered.
  • Highly organised.
  • Neat and Tidy.
  • Intuitive.
  • Flexible.
  • Adaptable.

 

Professional Qualifications.

Registered Electrician

 

Work History

January 2010 – Present

Electrician, Sparky and Watts, London

Working for this small firm of electricians it was my duty to call to domestic jobs as instructed. These would often be installation of wired devices such as cookers or smoke alarms, or might be to test appliances. I would occasionally have to do whole rewiring jobs such as whole lighting circuits. I also was designated the task of ensuring that premises were safe after disaster such as flooding and fires.

 

January 2008- January 2010

Electrician, Top Testers, London.

I worked for Top Testers as a PAT tester, testing electrical appliances to ensure that they were safe for use, and efficient. I would have to call to offices to test all kinds of devices from monitors to PC towers, fans, air conditioners, kettles, microwaves etc. It was my job to ensure that any electrical device in use was discarded properly if condemned.

 

January 2007 – January 2008

Electrician, NHS, London

Working for the NHS as an electrician saw me carry out various tasks each day. Often I would have to repair broken equipment and test it for safety. I was also responsible for changing lights and fuses in the main hospital buildings, as well as maintaining flood lighting and security systems externally.

 

Education

GCSE 10xA Grades including English, Maths and Science.

Londonberry Comprehensive School

London

2007

 

References

References are available on request, or in writing to the above previous employers.

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