As one of the fastest-growing airports in North America, the Orlando Sanford International Airport is continually expanding its services and facilities to meet the needs of the traveling public and the Central Florida community.
We are a part of the FRS as well as have a robust benefit plan. Full-time employees qualify for Benefits the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Sanford Airport Authority pays 100% of the cost for the employee’s Medical, Dental, Basic Life/AD&D (1X annual salary), and Long-Term Disability. SAA also offers many other coverages that the employee may elect to participate in at their own cost.
The company recognizes and has 9 paid holidays and offers vacation and sick time leave that is available to use after you have been employed for six (6) continuous months.
SCOPE: Perform duties to maintain the electrical systems in the Air Operations Area (AOA) and SAA properties, where only general methods are available in the making of broad decisions requiring considerable initiative and ingenuity.
Work from work orders, manuals, diagrams, sketches, blueprints, and schematics to maintain the electrical systems throughout the airport properties.
Maintain and inspect all electrical on the airfield for proper functionality. Repair runway lights, taxiway lights, signage regulators and airfield computers. Access systems through electric vault.
Create and file reports regarding airfield repair, replacement, and maintenance activities.
Maintain roadway street lighting and industrial lighting.
Respond to needs for repairs electrical issues on SAA properties. Replace electrical panels, breakers, outlets, light switches, lights, and disconnects. Replace and repair bad wiring. Check and replace exit signage as needed.
Provide assistance to the HVAC Technician as needed.
Perform or assist with any operations, as required to maintain workflow and to meet schedules and quality requirements. Notify supervision of unusual equipment or operating problems and the need for additional material and supplies.
Maintain a safe work area comply with safety procedures and equipment operating rules keeping the work area in a clean and orderly condition.
Participate in any variety of meetings and workgroups to integrate activities, communicate issues, obtain approvals, resolve problems and maintain specified level of knowledge pertaining to new developments, requirements, and policies.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Minimum 2 Years Airfield Electrician Journeyman Experience
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Use hand and hand power tools, designated safety equipment, radio, forklift, truck, meters, meggers, conduit benders, and wire tuggers.
Internal Number: EJ030420
About Orlando Sanford Airport Authority
It is the mission of the Sanford Airport Authority to operate, maintain, improve, expand and professionally manage the Orlando Sanford International Airport for the convenience and benefit of the air traveling public and economic development of the Central Florida community. In furtherance of this mission, the Authority shall seek both aviation and non-aviation business and industry to utilize the land, services and facilities located at the airport, and shall manage the airport resources in a prudent, lawful, community-conscious and fiscally responsible manner.