Must be capable of repairing, testing, and programming electronic and mechanical meters for residential and commercial uses. Conduct field installation of self-contained and current and/or potential transformer meters. Conducts field testing of meters and current t transformers. Applicant must have the ability to troubleshoot improper meter reading issues, read utility meters for the monthly billing cycle, and replace inoperable meters as well as other components associated with metering systems.
Create and maintain reports manually and electronically. Interact with customers in a professional and courteous manner. Setup, update, and utilize automated metering infrastructure (AMI) system. Use electrical testing and calibration equipment. Installation of residential and commercial electronic meters and associated equipment.
Five years minimum of increasingly responsible experience with an electric utility and three years of meter background is preferred. Thorough knowledge of AC & DC electrical circuitry and fundamentals. Familiar with industry standards for safe work procedures, including NESC, NFPA 70E, and proper utilization of personal protective equipment (PPE). Interpret electrical and mechanical drawings, one line diagrams, and schematics. Utilize handheld meter reading devices, GIS mapping system to include GPS/GIS of meter data. Effectively communicate with others with good written, verbal and listening skills. Strong proficiency with computers, including-Windows operating system and Microsoft Office products. Willingness to work with others, learning and teaching new skills and abilities.
Some overnight travel may be expected. Must work major all inclement weather events.
Must have a valid driver's license and pass Drug Screening. Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position.