Search results for

Electrician Jobs in New York City, NY

Low Voltage Electrician

TEKsystems

New York, NY

30+ days ago
Electrician - Journeyman & Apprentice

Company Confidential

$25 - $50 / Per Year

Woodbridge, NJ

23 days ago
Control Sys Tech/Electrician

Rust-Oleum Corporation

Somerset, NJ

9 days ago
Maintenance Electrician - $32.50 Per Hour

Silgan Containers LLC

EDISON, NJ

11 days ago
Electrician

Pilla Electric, Inc.

Tinton Falls, NJ

2 days ago
Electrician I (Grade 1-3)

Bath Iron Works

Whitehouse Station, NJ

30+ days ago
Electrician III (Grades 7-9)

Bath Iron Works

Monroe Township, NJ

30+ days ago
Electrician

Company Confidential

New York City, NY

3 days ago
Industrial Electrician - 3rd Shift

PIM Brands, LLC

SOMERSET, NJ

26 days ago

New York City Electrician Jobs Overview

Without electricity, we would all be living in the dark ages. The complex wiring in residential homes, commercial buildings, and industrial establishments allows us to keep the lights on when it's dark and keeps essential machines and appliances running. It takes skilled electricians to ensure that buildings are wired properly and each circuit breaker and outlet works correctly. Electrician jobs are available to qualified job seekers with a knack for electrical infrastructure.

As an electrician, you'll be responsible for reading blueprints, installing and maintaining wiring, inspecting electrical components, and performing electrical repairs and replacements. And if you're looking for job security, you're in luck—the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an 8% increase in new electrician positions within the next decade.

You can expand your search for maintenance jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in New York City, New York

New York City's five unique boroughs—Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island—make up the largest city in the U.S. Known world-wide as "the Big Apple," NYC is home to the United Nations, Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and world-renowned museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the American Museum of Natural History, among many others. These iconic institutions and landmarks are just a few of the reasons why NYC consistently ranks among the best cities in the world. Interested in working in the city that never sleeps? New York City is a global economic hub, which means you can find NYC jobs at one of the many Fortune 500 companies located here.

Looking to earn good pay at an NYC job? You're in luck—New York City has one of the highest average salaries in the country. And job opportunities in the area aren't just limited to the five boroughs—you can also find jobs in nearby cities such as New Rochelle, White Plains, and Yonkers.

Update Your New York City Electrician Resume

Are you ready to start applying for electrician positions? Be sure to update your resume first. Having a well-written resume that highlights your skills, credentials, and accomplishments will set you apart from the competition. Learn how to wire your resume for success by reading Monster's journeyman electrician resume sample. Although not every employer will ask for a cover letter, be prepared by referring to our cover letter samples and writing tips.

How Much Do Electrician Jobs Pay in New York City, New York?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in electrician jobs in New York City, New York, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median electrician pay in New York City is $30.01 per hour, which is 12% higher than the national average.

Find Your Next New York City Electrician Job. Monster Can Help Get You Started

Are you prepared for a career in electrician? If so, set up your profile on Monster for free and begin clicking on those electrician jobs. When you sign up with us, you’ll receive custom job alerts and expert advice on how to negotiate your salary in New York City, how to nail your job interview, and more.