Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair electrical systems onsite. Electrician your duties will include installing, modifying, repairing, and performing diagnostic evaluation, troubleshooting and periodic and unscheduled maintenance on the full range of electrical and solid state analog electronic equipment common to power producing stations. You will maintain, repair, and calibrate recording and indicating meters, automatic generation control, voltage control equipment, communication equipment, and relays. You will troubleshoot and repair industrial electronic equipment. This includes making adjustments and tests in accordance with industry standards and procedures on protective relays, communication equipment, voltage regulators, automatic generation control and voltage control systems.
- Experience with power system calculations.
- Exposure to power plants, substations, transmission lines, distribution lines and large heavy industrial electrical systems.
- Excellent written and verbal skills Ability to coordinate electrical team activities.
- Be knowledgeable in the areas of relay programming, control schematics and wiring diagrams .
- Ability To Use and Maintain Hand Tools (Electrical Work)
- Ability To Use Electrical Drawings
- Knowledge of Electrical Equipment
- Technical Practices (theoretical, precise, artistic) Theory and Instruments (Electrical Electronic) Used in Shop and Trade Practices
- Trouble shooting (electrical)” “Ability to do the work of an Power Plant Electrician~ without more than normal supervision.
- Have the ability to perform the common tasks of a journey level electrician in diagnosing, repairing, and maintaining power distribution circuits, control systems, communication systems, and high voltage heavy duty generating and distribution systems.
“While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, and move about the work area. In addition, it may require close vision work and travel away from home, sometimes for extended periods. The position requires the ability to walk about a construction site or operating plant or power station and the ability to climb stairs or ladders and walk on elevated plant platforms. The position requires the ability to wear and use personal protective equipment while in the work area of the jobsite including helmet, fall protection harness, respirator, safety glasses/goggles, escape breathing device, noise protection, fire-retardant coveralls and protective work boots and gloves.