Electrical Inspector Jobs
How to Enter
To become an Electrical Inspector in New Zealand, industry experience, particularly around Electrical Engineering, can be crucial. In addition, qualifications in Engineering can often give candidates an edge over their competition within the Power, Energy & Mining market. At the very least, you may be expected to have undergone specialist training and an examination to be qualified as an Electrical Inspector.
The day-to-day responsibilities of an Electrical Inspector can include the following:
- Conduct regular onsite inspections
- Monitoring the installation, maintenance and repairs of electrical equipment, networks and systems
- Inspecting electrical equipment, networks and systems for faults
- Problem solving and resolving electrical faults
- Ensuring electrical engineering work has been completed to excellent standards
The next logical step for many Electrical Inspectors is a move into senior management or Project Management positions. Whilst these are both fantastic career paths, other rewarding options for Engineers include becoming consultants at engineering consultation firms and moving into other areas of Engineering, such as Environmental, Mechanical or Civil.
Entry: 50K – 60K per annum (NZD)
Experienced (5+ years): 60K – 120K per annum (NZD)
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