Works from building plans, blueprints, wiring diagrams, engineering drawings, and electrical maintenance and repair manuals to plan and lay out the routing, placement, type, size, gauge, balance, load, continuity, and safe operation of electrical lines, circuits, systems, equipment and controls.
Determines and places distribution panels, boxes, fittings, and connections and install wiring, couplings, conduit, relays, fixtures, transformers and other electrical devices including electrical service entrances.
The work involves installing, modifying, repairing, and maintaining electrical lines, circuits, systems, and associated fixtures, controls, and equipment.
Examples of these are secondary power distribution lines, and circuits used to supply a wide range of voltage, amperage, phase, and frequency requirements to distribution panels, switch gear, power and control circuits; industrial multiphase systems; thermocouple sensors; electrical intrusion alarm and fire alarm systems; emergency warning systems; lighting protection systems; high intensity lighting systems with associated controls; target mechanisms; AC and DC rectification systems; galvanic and impressed current cathode protection systems which prevent corrosion on underground or submerged equipment and pipes; amplifier circuits; and related electrical equipment.
The work involves troubleshooting, testing, and loading new and existing electrical lines, circuits, systems, and associated fixtures, controls, and equipment.
Plans and lays out work, tracing hard-to-locate defects or problems, and completes repairs and installations.
Determines location of existing electrical devices and service entrances and places new ones.
Traces hard to locate defects or problems.
They must have the ability to interpret and apply the National Electrical Code, local codes, building plans, blueprints, wiring diagrams, and engineering drawings, and to use trade formulas to calculate common properties, e.
, voltage, voltage drop and current capability in series and parallel circuits, resistance, inductance, capacitance, power factor, current flow, and temperature and length in single and multiple raceways, conduits, gutters, and cable (rays.
Complete installations, modifications, and repairs, and load and test systems, circuits, equipment, and controls with little or no check during the progress or upon completion of work.
Responsible for safe and proper operation of systems and equipment, and for compliance with the National Electrical Code.
The supervisor checks overall work to see that it meets accepted trade standards and is completed in a timely manner.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Work Schedule:
Monday through Friday 7:
00 am - 4:
30 pm, compressed schedule, days off to be determined (subject to change based on program needs) Position Description Title/PD Number:
Electrician, WG-2805-10 PD#7791

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