Electrician – (MEO-590H)
Under general supervision, works in testing, calibration, modification, maintenance,
repair, and servicing of electrical and fire life safety infrastructure and facility support
equipment. Installs electrical devices, wiring, and systems. Monitors and maintains a safe
operating condition of all electrical systems and related equipment. This job class
requires knowledge of federal and state codes, laws and regulations regarding electrical
and fire life safety installation, repair, and maintenance.
- Complies with National Electrical Code and company standards when wiring
equipment, following all applicable safety policies and codes.
- Works standard computations relating to load requirements of wiring and
- Uses a variety of electrician’s power and hand tools, measuring and testing
- Works from blueprints, drawings, layouts, or other specifications.
- Install, maintain and operate electrical systems, equipment, and appliances,
such as generators, transformers, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers,
motors, electric gate crossings, signals, switches, or other equipment.
- Locates and diagnoses problems in the electrical system or equipment.
- Records and reports inspections, repairs performed and equipment replaced.
- Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
- High school diploma, GED, trade school coursework, formal apprenticeship or
equivalent training and experience
- Ability to develop, read, understand, and interpret schematics and blueprints and
to do standard computations
- Knowledge of NEC and electrical/wiring principles; building codes, local, state
and federal regulations on electrical and fire life safety installation, repair, and
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; to act responsively to
customer inquiries and requests; and to escalate the more difficult matters
- Ability to manage and accurately track material resources and time, and adapt to changing work priorities
- Ability to work on complex projects with general direction and minimal guidance, to work independently and as a team, and to build effective working relationships
- Ability to manage material resources, changing priorities, workflow, multiple projects and deadlines
- Use of own tools may be required
- Ability to work safely and understand all safety requirements and company policy
- Ability to travel to various facilities.
Valid driver’s license required for this position. Must maintain an acceptable driving record while in this position. Applicable state(s) electrician license.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Employees may experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time:
• Fine motor coordination, concentration, and good vision
• Sitting, standing, walking, bending, stooping, climbing ladders
• May lift or move boxes or equipment up to 50 pounds with or without assistance
• Working in confined spaces
• Exposure to toxic substances
• Exposure to risk of electrical shock
• Exposure to wind, rain, cold, and heat
• Noise from equipment in construction environment
Work is performed at a customer’s location in an office/shop and on job sites in a construction environment with various tools and equipment.
*** The above job descriptions and listed requirements can often change based on current Employer need and new projects. Your assigned job counselor will provide you with the most up-to-date job information.
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