Implementing the design and layout of Electrical prefabrication assemblies utilizing computer aided software.
Duties and Responsibilities
Conducts field surveys to best understand the layout of prefabrication assemblies.
Calculates basic electrical formulas.
Implements prefabrication assembly layout plan.
Maintains knowledge of latest materials and installation techniques.
Prepares drawings for prefabrication layout and order fulfillment.
Prepares material requisitions for Prefabrication Manager.
Prepares electronic as-built drawings.
Prepares and maintains stick files, fixture cuts and electrical specifications.
Complies with Company's standard of conduct and appearance so as to reflect positively on the Company image.
Recommends improved methods of operation.
Keeps abreast of new developments and techniques in the electrical construction trade.
High School diploma plus 2 years technical training experience preferred.
Two years’ experience as electrical draftsperson.
Experience in computer aided software, specifically understanding of Revit, is preferred. (i.e. AutoCAD, BIM, PlanGrid, Revit, etc.).
Above average drafting and math skills.
Working knowledge of National Electrical Code and electrical formulas.
Good understanding of and ability to apply OHM's Law.
Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines.
Good human relations skills.
Good character, self-motivated.
Working a minimum of 40 hours/week
Sitting 6 to 8 hours/day
Lifting weights of 0 to 30 lbs. from floor to above shoulders
Repetitive use of hands for writing, typing, data entry, and filing
Vision adequate for daily and consistent computer use and reading
Hearing adequate for phone use
Standing, climbing, kneeling, reaching, bending, twisting, and walking as needed to perform site surveys to collect data for project design
Balance adequate for climbing 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, odors; and poor ventilation in confined spaces
Special hazards include exposure to mechanical, electrical, chemical, and explosive hazards
Personal protective equipment includes use of hard hat, safety glasses, steel-toed shoes, gloves and hearing protection