Posting Summary: This position performs and assists in a variety of tasks in the installation, repair and maintenance of electrical, lighting systems and equipment. Assists in the inspection of all electrical and mechanical equipment regularly; assists in the repair of all electrical monitors, controllers, and starters; replaces blown fuses, burned out coils, switches, circuit breakers, other replaceable electrical equipment. Performs other work as assigned.
1. Apprenticeship certificate in an electrical-related field 2. Demonstrate the repair/install of electrical circuits from 24 volts to 13,800 volts 3. Repair, replacement, and installation of electrical distribution systems and equipment. 4. Use National Electric Code where required for installation or renovation or building wiring, lighting, and power distribution systems and equipment. 5. Read and interpret blueprints, schematic drawings, charts, and technical instructions. 6. bPrepare comprehensive reports and present facts clearly, both orally and in writing. 7. Use soldering and splicing wires. 8. Lift a minimum of 50 lbs. unassisted; move and transport materials/equipment weighing in excess of 200 lbs. with assistance. 9. Work in confined spaces, from ladders, bucket-trucks at heights up to and exceeding one-hundred feet. 10. Five years (5) Commercial electrical work two (2) of which are in a supervisory capacity.
1. Journeyman License
Internal Number: 220_56468
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