Navy

H110:Construction Electrician

Construction Electricians build, maintain, and operate power production facilities and electrical distribution systems for Naval installations. The work of the CE is like that of civilian construction electricians, powerhouse electricians, telephone and electrical repairmen, substation operators, and linemen.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Construction Electricians install and repair interior wiring and overhead and underground primary and secondary distribution systems using conduit, raceways, and direct burial cable. CEs Install, operate, and service electrical equipment, they climb poles and towers utilizing lineman equipment. They attach and service electrical equipment (i.e. transformers, switching and protective devices, motors, motor controllers, portable generators and their distribution systems, telephones and their systems, interior/exterior security, and portable lighting systems).

Military Duties Translated:

Executing plans of electrical wiring for well functioning lighting, intercom and other electrical systems. Installing electrical apparatus, fixtures and equipment for alarm and other systems. Installing safety and distribution components. Connect wiring in electrical circuits and networks ensuring compatibility of components. Prepare and assemble conduits and connect wiring through them. Prevent breakdown of systems by routinely inspecting and replacing old wiring and insulated cables, cleaning circuits etc.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Electrician