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Electrician

Responsibilities and Duties With a limited amount of supervision, operates all equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Monitors all critical and building systems and make adjustments and repairs as needed. Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls. Performs all maintenance and repair of all types of electromechanical equipment. Maintains equipment logs and preventive maintenance records. Assist in the compiling of data for daily and monthly reports. Maintenance on UPS systems, switchgear, transfer switches, and the entire 480-volt electrical distribution system. Report all unsafe conditions and failures to supervisors. Perform Housekeeping duties in the MERs and electric closets. Perform all work in a workman like manner following all safety guidelines. All employees must wear their supplied uniforms, safety shoes and personal protective equipment. Shift electricians must be willing to perform other miscellaneous duties as directed by supervisors whether in the electrical craft or not Qualifications: High School Graduate. Completion of a four-year apprenticeship program along with 7 years experience in the electrical field. Example: large critical data center experience, corporate office setting, central Boiler and chiller plant. Experience in minor and major electrical work including operation and interface with Uninterrupted Power Supplies, emergency power generators and distribution systems. Electricians should have a good working knowledge of Diesel Generator sets, transfer switches, and switchgear operation and life safety equipment. Requirements Must be willing to conform to all city, state and federal licensing and certification requirements. Must be able to read, write and understand English. Must be able to read and work with blueprints and schematic diagrams. Requires work in confined spaces and extreme weather and temperature conditions. Ability to work on ladders and man lifts of heights varying from 6 feet to 33 feet. Ability to use a wide variety of hand and power tools. Must be willing to work rotating shifts, holidays and weekends. Must be willing to be crossed trained in other crafts.

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