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Tom Barrett

Journeyperson Electrician (RSE)


As a current member of both the Ontario College of Trades and IBEW local 353, I am interested in exploring the position of Journeyperson Electrician.

I  have the ambition, motivation and work ethic necessary to succeed in a fast-paced environment. 

A positive work environment encourages me to strive for excellence through skill-development and goal achievement. Having a variety of work experiences in this diverse industry keeps me motivated and working hard to meet challenges head on. 


  • Wide range of work experience in electrical wiring and installations.
  • Proficient in Ontario Electrical Code. 
  • Ability to read, interpret and follow electrical & architectural schematics.
  • Ability to operate electrical test equipment and power tools.
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills.
  • Strong problem solving and customer service skills.
  • Skill sets in, but not limited to electronics, instrumentation, motors and PLC.
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office. 
  • Valid class G driver’s license and personal vehicle owner.
  • Troubleshooting and service work experience.
  • Ability to perform minor construction and renovation projects.
  • Working at heights certified - Sept 2018
  • WHMIS certified - Sept 2018
  • Shop Stewards Training Course - Low Rise - March 2018
  • Comfortable working in confined spaces and in all temperatures.


A highly disciplined, trusted, and self-motivated individual who is both detail and team oriented. Committed to working hard and learning my trade and beyond

  • Electrician Construction and Maintenance 309A Certificate of Qualification.
  • Successful completion of the Electrical Apprenticeship Program. 
  • Eight years experience in the profession. 
  • Excellent teacher and mentor to apprentices.

Work History


RSE Journeyperson Class 309A - Highrise Residential (RJW)  

Speedy Electric
  • Handling construction materials 
  • Reading and drawing blueprints
  • Slab work - ground & wall 
  • Roughing in tasks:
    • Wire pulling
    • Boxing in 
    • Conduit installation
    • Chipping
    • Cutting in 
    • Breaker panel installation 
  • Finishing tasks:
    • Switch and plug installation
    • Light fixture installation

RSE Journeyperson Class 309A - Lowrise Residential (JHW)

Delmarc Electric
  • Working Foreman of worksites of 30 or more homes.
  • Lays out, assembles and installs electrical wiring and related equipment according to the Ontario Electrical and Building Code.
  • Repairs, maintains and installs electrical wiring and equipment, such as motors, lighting fixtures and switching  and control equipment according to Ontario Electrical Code.
  • Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles and installs conduit using a hacksaw, pipe cutters as well as hand and power threaders.
  • Completes time sheets, material request forms, estimates and other related documents.
  • Conducts preventative maintenance inspections and repairs on outdoor and indoor lighting. 
  • Positions and installs distribution boards, panels, transformers, switches, lights and junction boxes.
  • Pulls wire through conduit and duct banks.
  • Connects wiring to circuit breakers, transformer or other components to form complete circuits.
  • Tests continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of all components using standard testing equipment.
  • Fault finding, locates and determines reason for electrical failure  of equipment malfunctions.

RSE Journeyperson Class, 309A-Construction & Maintenance

J.C.E. Electrical Contracting Ltd
  • Responsible for the installation of electrical wiring systems in new home residential construction including: rough-in, lighting installations, 100A and 200A underground and overhead services, panel installations, heating systems, blueprint reading, repairs and upgrades.
  • Install and repair incandescent/fluorescent lighting, photo cells, timers, field devices and equipment.
  • Work with EMT, PVC, and rigid conduit, pipe bending, wire pulling, termination of wires, grounding and bonding.
  • Diligently follow guidelines and practices set out by WHIMIS, Health & Safety and the Ontario Electrical Code.

Apprentice Class, 309A-Construction & Maintenance

J.C.E Electrical Contracting Ltd



Shop Steward Certification 


Certificate of Qualification

Ontario College of Trades

OCOT Membership # 13268746


Certificate of Apprenticeship

Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Certificate of Complettion

Pre-Apprenticeship Institute



Bachelor of Sports Management

Brock University

Toronto District School Board

Central Technical School

Ontario  Secondary School Diploma



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Frank Carnevale


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