Maintains Airfield Electrical Systems: Runway and Taxiway Lighting Systems, Roadways, Parking Lots, Emergency Power Generators, Lighting Control Systems, Communications Systems and Airfield Facilities Electrical Systems.
•Installs and maintains airfield, facilities lighting systems, radios, and electrical conduits and apparatuses. •Troubleshoots and repairs electrical wiring & all related components. •Ensures all new electrical installations are in accordance with current Electrical Codes. •Reports any unsafe conditions or accidents to the Field Maintenance Superintendent. •Ensures a sufficient number of spare lighting fixtures are available for replacement on the Airfield. •Provides aid and guidance to the public. •Observes all safety rules and performs other duties as assigned. •Notifies Airfield Superintendent of any job related problems including accidents and/or injuries. •Operates those items of heavy equipment necessary in performing the essential duties and responsibilities of the jobs, and all snow equipment to perform snow and ice control.
Associate’s Degree (AA) or equivalent from a two year College or Technical School, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
A minimum of four years experience. Must be certified by the State of Washington as a journey-level Electrician as attested by the Department of Labor & Industries.
Must possess a valid industrial first aid and CPR certification card.
Valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Class B or higher, free of serious or frequent traffic violations. Individual must have at time of hire or be able to obtain within the first six months of employment.
Must possess a valid state driver's license, free of serious or frequent traffic violations.