Electrician Salary in Utah - State Average, Utah

To get your salary data, use the search bar below or browse by job, city, or state.
loading...

Job title is required

loading...

Job location is required.

Average Salary for Electrician in Utah - State Average, Utah

The average salary of a(n) Electrician in Utah - State Average, Utah is $55,350.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Electrician in Utah - State Average, Utah is $26.61.

The average bonus of a(n) Electrician in Utah - State Average, Utah is $1,970.00.

Job Description:

Installs, connects, tests, and sustains electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including climate control, security, and communications. Figures layout, installs, and repairs wiring, electrical fixtures, apparatus, and control equipment, such as switches, relays, and circuit-breaker panels, fastening in place with screws or bolts, using hand tools and power tools. Plans new or modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provide access for future maintenance, and avoid unsightly, hazardous, and unreliable wiring, consistent with specifications and local electrical codes. Prepares sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, or follows diagrams or blueprints, ensuring that concealed wiring is installed before completion of future walls, ceilings, and flooring. Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles, and installs electrical conduit, using tools, such as hacksaw, pipe threader, and conduit bender. Pulls wiring through conduit, assisted by electrician helper. Splices wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, using knife or pliers, twisting or soldering wires together, and applying tape or terminal caps. Connects wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment, using hand tools. Connects power cables to equipment, such as electric range or motor, and installs grounding leads. Tests continuity of circuit to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using testing instruments, such as ohmmeter, battery and buzzer, and oscilloscope. Observes functioning of installed equipment or system to detect hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, or replacement. May repair faulty equipment or systems. May be required to hold license. May cut and weld steel structural members, using flame-cutting and welding equipment. Less

Installs, connects, tests, and sustains electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including climate control, security, and communications. Figures layout, installs, and repairs wiring, electrical fixtures, apparatus, and control equipment, such as switches, relays, and circuit-breaker panels, fastening in place... More

How helpful is this page?

Are you a(n) Electrician?

Get a more personalized salary report now. Get Report

Average Salaries for Similar Jobs in Utah - State Average, Utah

View Salaries for Electrician in Other Cities

Job Openings by Indeed job search

Results for Electrician in Utah - State Average, Utah

Electrician (Maintenance) - Ogden, UT

SSI

Master Electrician License is a plus. In general, the work of the maintenance electrician requires rounded training and experience usually acquired through a...

View job on Indeed.com

Industrial Electrician - Salt Lake City, UT

TRS Craft Services

Main areas of responsibilities of the position: • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions and equipment using various test

View job on Indeed.com

McWane Ductile Utah - Industrial Electrician - Provo, UT

McWane

McWane Ductile Utah is a world class manufacturer of ductile iron pipe and poles, in a heavy industrial setting. We have been operating since 1926 and are

View job on Indeed.com

Apprentice Electrician - Murray, UT

Resource Management

Legend Solar is looking for an Apprentice Electrician who is willing to work with a team on solar installation and repairs in the Murray area....

View job on Indeed.com

Electrician - Hill AFB, UT

Department of the Army

As an Electrician, you will perform the following duties:. Disassemble, replace parts, and repair control panels....

View job on Indeed.com

Discover How Much You
Should Be Paid

Work in Compensation or HR?    x