|DESCRIPTION||An electrician is responsible for connecting power cables to equipment, preparing sketches or following blueprints in determining the location of equipment and wiring to ensure that building and safety codes are followed.A Journeyman Electrician must have completed a four year certified electrical apprenticeship program.A commercial electrician should be skilled in installation, reading comprehension, active listening, troubleshooting and equipment selection. They should have knowledge of building and construction, mathematics, production and processing, public safety and security, and design|
|POSITION REQUIREMENTS||PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: May work in dusty, dirty, hot, cold, or wet conditions, or in confined areas, ditches, or other uncomfortable spaces, or in high place and on personnel lifts.Work is sometimes strenuous, requiring standing for long periods, squatting, stretching and climbing and working on ladders and scaffolds.Work can require moving, lifting and carrying tools and materials in excess of 100 pounds.Work can require the use of sharp tools, hydraulic tools, high torque power tools and a wide variety of hand tools.May work in areas with exposure to trip and slip hazards, multiple level areas with potential falling objects exposure and fall exposure, and exposure to electrical shock and arc flash hazard.
ABOVE ACTIVITIES REQUIRE ADHERENCE TO ESTABLISHED SAFETY PRACTICES.
REQUIRED PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:
Must have the ability to:
Work as part of a team.
– Standard 40 Hour work week, however:
– Overtime may be required. (Appropriate pay rates apply)
– Nights and/or weekends may be required. (Appropriate pay rates apply)
– Adherence to company policies is required at all times.
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