Under the supervision of a Project Manager, Electrical Service Technician II, and/or Senior Electrical Service Technician I and II, performs various tasks related to the layout and installation of various commercial and industrial electrical systems.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Provides 24-hour on-call, rotating shift, and assists other technicians during their scheduled on-call rotation.
- Works from construction drawings (i.e., electrical, mechanical, architectural, etc.)
- Updates Pronav regularly and keeps project team up to date with overall progress.
- Installs branch systems.
- Installs distribution systems.
- Installs various lighting systems.
- Installs motor, power and control systems.
- Installs special electrical systems (i.e., fire detection, nurse call, etc.).
- Installs underground systems.
- Troubleshoots electrical problems utilizing appropriate test equipment.
- Conducts appropriate on-the-job training of apprentices.
- Safeguards and maintains Company equipment, material, tools and vehicles.
- Requisitions materials as needed.
- High school diploma or equivalency
- Minimum of four years’ experience in the electrical or building automations trade and/or completion of a state-approved apprenticeship program
- Good working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC).
- Good mechanical aptitude.
- Confident, decisive, self-motivated, with ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
- Must have reliable transportation to and from the assigned work location/office.
- Must maintain a valid driver’s license and good driving record.
- Must purchase company required personal tools (see attached list) and maintain in good condition.
- Ability and willingness to drive company vehicles as needed.
- Ability and willingness to travel regionally to jobsites as needed.
- Working 40 hours/week, scheduled in 8 to 10 hour shifts.
- Standing and climbing 4 to 6 hours/day.
- Kneeling, lifting, reaching above shoulders, and bending 4 to 5 hours/day.
- Twisting (180° ) and walking 2 to 3 hours/day.
- Squatting and sitting 1 to 2 hours/day.
- Lifting weights of 0 to 75 lbs. at the following frequencies:continuous lifting of 10 to 35 lbs.; frequent lifting of 35 to 50 lbs.; occasional lifting of 50 to 75 lbs.; sizes & shapes of objects vary from concrete blocks to cylinders to 10’ lengths of metallic conduit and 20' lengths of PVC conduit; average carry requirements, 60 lbs. for 40'.
- Ability to lift from floor to above shoulder.
- Repetitive use of hands includes: continuous grasping up to 50 lbs.; frequent pushing and pulling of 50 to 75 lbs.; and fine motor coordination for receptacle installation and wire terminations.
- Repetitive use of feet is required for operating heavy equipment, conduit benders and vertical climbing.
- Vision adequate for blueprint reading and color coding for wire identification.
- Balance adequate for continuous climbing of ladders, scaffolds, and lifts.
- Environmental factors include working in:temperature extremes of 0° F to 100° F; up to 8 hours inside or outside; atmospheric exposure to dust, gases, fumes, and odors within the Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL).
- Special hazards include exposure to mechanical, electrical, chemical, and potentially explosive hazards.
- Personal protective equipment includes use of hard hat, safety glasses, protected-toe boots, and appropriate gloves for the task.
- Equipment on an "as needed" basis may include fall protection, dust mask, respirator, hearing protection, arc flash protective gear, and dielectrically insulated gloves and/or sleeves.