Electrical Technician Skills for Resume

Updated July 8, 2016

Worried that your resume does not have enough to show you as a good candidate for a job? Do not worry. Analyze your abilities and put them all down in a new section – SKILLS! You will be surprised to know that one extra section in your resume can take your candidature to new heights. Showing a prospective employer that you are a capable individual has never been easier. Imagine an entire section that just says ‘I am just perfect for the job!”

You cannot go wrong when writing a dedicated skills section. It is an absolute necessity to carefully craft your abilities in sync with the needs of the employer. Yes, that is all that the skills section is about – and it is quite substantial. But if you consider yourself a perfect fit for a job, there must be something that makes you that way. What can it be? Think! Is it because you are a great communicator and that is what the employer is looking for? Or have you read the job description well enough to know that your technical skills are a force to reckon with? Both will do!

But before you begin writing the skills section on your resume, take a look at the following skills list for reference purposes:

Electrical Technician Skills for Resume

• Competent in improvising electrical solutions to complex engineering setups and designs by carefully reading and comprehending schematics and drawings
• First-hand experience in diagnosing causes of electrical problems and failures, aimed at identifying system or component repair
• Highly skilled at installing electrical components including circuits, lights, alarms, electrical panels, street signs, timers and scoreboards
• Deeply familiar with repairing and replacing electrical systems such as motors, circuits, transformers and generators
• Hands-on experience in calibrating, maintaining and troubleshooting electrical systems and instruments
• Track record of efficiently and effectively conducting inspections to determine conditions of electrical systems and components
• Proven ability to determine required component changes, replacements and upgrades, with an exceptional ability to make arrangements to ensure changes and upgrades
• Effectively able to plan sequences of operations for developing or testing electronic and electric equipment and systems
• Proficient in performing defensive / preventative maintenance and repair activities to reduce chances of breakdowns
• Adept at proposing and setting up backup systems to ensure minimum electrical downtime during repair and maintenance work
• Competent at replacing faulty electrical elements of machineries including hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic components
• Qualified to test electrical systems and circuit continuity in electric wiring and fixtures by using testing devices such as oscilloscopes and ohmmeters