A person who installs and maintains electrical equipment
a person who installs or repairs electrical or telephone lines
An electrician is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines and related equipment. Electricians may be employed in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure. ...
In theatre, the term Electrician is generally applied to those that work with the various aspects of lighting. ...
Mohiyedine Sharif (died March 29, 1998), also known as the electrician, was a master bombmaker for Hamas. A protégé of Yahya Ayyash, Sharif was responsible for the First and second Jerusalem bus 18 massacres, and the Ashqelon bus station bombing.
The Electrician was a journal of electromagnetics published by Williams & Co.
a person that works with electric circuits.
Grip that specializes in the equipment of the electrical department.
The person responsible for placing lighting instruments as well as focusing the lights, and placing any gels that are needed.
A competant, knowledgable, licensed individual with no conscience, guilt or remorse at shocking his clients wallets.
In film, crew members who place lighting instruments, focus, gel and maneuver the lights.
A technician who installs and/or operates the lighting for a production.
Runs new lines for electrical outlets, switches, appliances (microwave needs it’s own circuit), makes sure that the current wiring is up to code. Removes/installs light fixtures, fans, and unneeded outlets/switches. An electrician usually makes two to three calls during the job. ...