Open & closing dates
Sat, 24 Aug 2019 to Fri, 06 Sep 2019 23:59:00
DPWES Wastewater Management
$54,219 to $90,366 (per year)Appointment type
FT Hourly W BN
Plans and guides the work of a crew consisting of apprentice and journeyman-level industrial electrical workers. Participates in the maintenance and repair of electrical control panels and electrical circuits, motors, distribution centers, breakers, pumps, motor controls, switch gears, relays, regulators, and other electrical or electronic equipment. Monitors the inventory of repair and replacement parts, supplies and initiates purchase requests as needed. Ensures compliance with safety regulations and procedures. Diagnoses and troubleshoots electrical circuits where a blueprint or schematic may not be available. Creates schematics and inserts into the plant on-line O&M manuals. Troubleshoots complex electrical problems on motors up to 1250 HP and generators up to 2500KW. Installs and programs variable frequency drives; performs a variety of highly skilled tasks in the maintenance of 3-phase low and medium voltage up to 4160 volts for industrial electrical equipment. Participates as an organizer and leader in the maintenance, repair, rebuild, or rehabilitation of the plant electrical equipment and control systems, utilizes wastewater related computer software to maintain work orders, requisition parts, supplies, and on line O&M. Makes necessary repairs and replacements, and tests effectiveness of corrective action; installs, modifies, and replaces circuits, controls, motors and other electrical equipment in accordance with electrical code and safety guidelines. Installs circuits for power, lighting and equipment using all types of wiring methods (rigid metal conduits and conductors). Responds to routine and emergency service calls after normal working hours; performs related duties as required.
Note:u00a0u00a0u00a0Subject to 24 hour call back and must, therefore, be able to work emergency overtime.