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    Instrument Control Electrician

Instrument Control Electrician Apprenticeship Program

Install and maintain all electrical equipment to include, but not limited to motors, breakers, wiring, and associated electrical equipment. Install and maintain instrument control equipment to include, but not limited to transmitters, control valves, gauges, PLCs, and all associated control equipment.

$48,900

Average Salary in New Mexico based on the Occupational Information Network (O*Net).

Who Can Be an Instrument Control Electrician?

Candidates must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED equivalency, have successfully completed (C or Better) Math 115 or equivalent, be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the trade, and be a U.S. citizen or a legal alien.

Working conditions: temperature extremes (cold to hot), stair climbing required, some heavy lifting required. Person must wear PPE while performing tasks, to include wearing a respirator in most areas.

*Individual program requirements may vary, such as pass a placement exam, have reliable transportation, letters of reference, pass drug screening, pass a physical,  etc. Contact the program directly to inquire about minimum requirements and the application process.

Program Sponsor

PNM SAN JUAN
PO Box 227 M/S/ 96Y1
Waterflow, NM 87421

Michael Lindsay
505-598-7882 or 505-566-3882
Mike.lindsay@pnm.com
lindsaym@sanjuancollege.edu

To obtain general information about registered apprenticeship, please fill out the form below and a representative from the State Apprenticeship Office will contact you by email.

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