To install and maintain electrical systems and equipment, including electronic equipment.
TYPICAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
- Determines routing of wires, location of details and method of installing electrical units, such as switches, outlets, junction boxes, rectifiers, transformers, generators and motors, following and being guided by trade practice, blueprints, wiring diagrams, and State, Municipal, and Underwriters specifications, codes, and ordinances.
- Determines advisability or need for repair or replacement of motors and generators. Computes wire gauges, power, and load limits to insure compliance with specifications, codes and ordinances.
- Installs, tests, trouble shoots and maintains such equipment as recording systems, and other machines or motors, transformer banks, welding generators, panels having several circuits involving interlocking switches, relays, and/or time controls, new safety devices, switchboards, electrical test instruments, ventilation systems, power sub-stations and electrical units in electrically powered mobile equipment. Uses precision measuring devices and instruments to check or test circuits for overload and current amplitude, and calibrates electrical recording and test instruments.
- Does repair and installation work on large cables such as splicing, tapping, and insulation a “T” high voltage circular mill wire. Trouble shoots on hot circuits.
- Uses complex wiring circuit diagrams, construction blueprints, electrical handbooks, and charts. Uses mathematics involving algebra.
- Perform other work as needed.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $19.00 to $20.00 /hour
- Industrial Electrician: 1 year
Required work authorization: