Marine Electrician/Electronics Specialist -KKMI

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KKMI is the premier boat yard on the San Francisco Bay and we are looking for a Marine Electrician and Electronic Installation Specialist to join our Sausalito team. We work on Motor Yachts and Sailboats.

Solid experience in marine electronics and electrical systems is our primary focus. ABYC Certified ( is very beneficial. Perhaps you were an engineer on a Tugboat or on a Ferry?

Our ideal candidate will be adept at the following:
- Installation and repair of marine electrical systems.
- Installation of marine electronics.
- Troubleshooting both of the above.

KKMI is the premier boat yard on the San Francisco Bay. We have two locations; Sausalito and Point Richmond.
Of the many things that are important to us, three things stand out:
1. We take pride the fact that we are an integral part of the boating community.
2. We place a huge amount of importance on being industry leaders in promoting best practices as they pertain to Safety, Health and the Environment.
3. We are family run and we treat our team members as though they are part of our family.

We provide a positive work environment, good pay and great benefits. The people are friendly too! This is a Monday through Friday gig - so you would have weekends FREE!

Here's a video about working with KKMI:

Please email with interest and attach resume if available.


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