Plans layout, installs, tests and repairs electrical equipment, raceway systems, wiring and cabling, electrical devices & fixtures, apparatus, and control equipment.
Work safely while adhering to the company safety policies.
Assure assigned apprentices/helpers work safely.
Follow specific directions using reasoning and logic.
Perform a variety of duties which may often change.
Perform basic mathematical operations rapidly and accurately.
Repeat tasks of short duration according to set procedures.
Use hand tools and electric tools.
Use arms and hands to reach for, handle, and manipulate objects.
Lift and carry materials weighing 50 to 100 pounds.
Stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl for long periods of time.
Visually see (naturally or with correction).
Work at heights climbing and maintain balance on ladders, scaffolds and man-lifts.
Plan new or modified installations consistent with specifications, plan drawings, diagrams, and local electrical codes.
Install electrical equipment.
Install electrical outlet boxes.
Measure, cut, bend and install various types of raceway systems.
Pull, test and terminate wire and cable.
Install wiring devices.
Install lighting fixtures.
Install, wire and terminate motorized equipment.
Perform basic trouble shooting, testing and repair of power and control systems.
Installs control and power distribution apparatus.
Install, checkout and test medium voltage equipment and cabling.
Perform tests on electrical installations
Observes functioning of electrical systems and makes adjustments.
Operate excavation equipment (ie…trencher, mini-excavator, backhoe, etc.)
Operate bucket truck and line (auger) truck.
High school diploma or GED equivalent.
Current driver’s license and dependable transportation.
Eight years or more electrical construction/service experience.
Has an Electrician’s Card.
Thorough knowledge of the National Electrical Code and performing electrical installations/repairs.