Salary for Geothermal Technicians

Also known as:  Bowling Alley Mechanic, Fire Extinguisher Installer, Gasoline Pump Installer, Gunsmith, Ski Lift Mechanic, Wheelwright, Windmill Mechanic, Window Shade Installer helps construction professionals find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations.

Master the art of closing deals and making placements. Take our Recruiter Certification Program today. We're SHRM certified. Learn at your own pace during this 12-week program. Access over 20 courses. Great for those who want to break into recruiting, or recruiters who want to further their career.


Geothermal technicians perform installations or other tasks at power plants. Their main responsibility is to facilitate the generation of power from geothermal energy sources. To be considered for this job, a high school diploma is usually required. Once hired, an employer usually requires up to a year of formal on-site job training before an employee can start work.

A Geothermal Technician usually gets salaries between 24000 to 36000 depending on education and experience. Geothermal Technicians will usually earn an average compensation of Thirty Six Thousand Nine Hundred dollars annually.

Geothermal Technicians have the most lucrative average salary level in Alaska, which has pay of close to about $61550.

Are you an aspiring geothermal technician? Want a new opportunity where you can earn a higher salary? Create your free geothermal technician job alert today and take control of your future.
The national wage distribution is shown below. To overlay local salaries for a Geothermal Technician, please select your state.
Recruiter makes it easy to find out about new jobs for geothermal technicians. Create your job alert and learn about new openings in your area.
The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 2.87 percent nationwide in that time.