Michigan Electrician License Preferred
Must hold valid journeyman electrician's license. Minimum water/wastewater license as required by regulatory agencies at site.
Inspects, maintains, repairs and installs electrical systems, equipment and fixtures around the plant. Is fully qualified to perform the most complex functions and may lead the work of others.
High school or GED with the ability to read, write and comprehend English (operational, process, safety and quality instructions) and be able to carry out verbal and written instructions. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations.
Must hold valid journeyman electrician's license in the state of Michigan
At least five years experience in a related position in a similar environment (water/wastewater) with ability to comprehend complex specifications, wiring diagrams, electrical schematics, blueprints and manuals.
Must demonstrate proficiency in the care and use of all site specific, facility required PPE (Personal Protection Equipment), including respirators, gas detectors, confined space equipment, etc.)
Must consistently demonstrate the ability to perform all assigned tasks in an organized, accurate and timely manner.
Must demonstrate ability to efficiently maintain, install and repair any electrical equipment which may include pumps, blowers, compressors and other electrically driven equipment.
Must have the ability to diagnose problems regardless of complexity, troubleshoot electrical equipment and systems and take corrective action within policy and procedure limitations.
Installs and repairs electrical wiring systems, electrical motors, generators, armatures and other electrical equipment.
Installs, telephone and computer system, wiring fire and security alarms wiring, electric cell door locks, television and coaxial cables.
Troubleshoots and tests electrical systems and related apparatus to locate source of malfunction.
Make alterations to electrical systems and equipment to meet the needs of their department.
Knowledge of the National Electrical Code and local municipality electrical codes.
Knowledge of the theoretical principles of electricity, magnetism, and circuitry.
Knowledge of the operation of generators, batteries, motors, computers, telephones, and other electrical apparatus and equipment.
Knowledge of standard trade practices.
Skill in using welding equipment.
Skill in troubleshooting and analyzing electrical malfunctions.
Performs other related duties as assigned
Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.