***Job Locations: Polk and Hillsborough Counties***
Must have the following in order to apply:
- No minimum education requirements
- Helper: 1 year of experience
- Apprentice: Currently enrolled in an Apprenticeship program (No other experience requirements)
- Mechanic: Minimum 4 years of experience in the trade
- Journeyman: Minimum of 6 years of experience as an electrician with lead jobs OR licensed as an electrician
- Master Electrician: Minimum 30 years of experience
- Assists electrician in installing and repairing wiring, fixtures, and equipment aboard ship and in shipyard facilities: supplies electricians with materials and tools, using hand trucks, or by carrying material.
- Measures and cuts pipe conduit to specified length, using steel tape and hacksaw.
- Threads conduit ends, using pipe threader, and connects couplings and conduit fittings, using wrench.
- Fabricates conduit support brackets from strap iron strips, using hacksaw, shaping dies, hammer, and punch.
- Secures brackets to bulkheads with screws and bolts and pulls wires through conduit leading to connection boxes, switch panels, and other terminals.
- Strips insulation from wire ends, using wire stripping pliers.
- Ties or screws wires to terminals for subsequent soldering.
- Performs other duties described under helper master title.
- Assist journeyman electrician and master electrician in the inspection, installation, repair, maintenance, troubleshooting, and replacement of district electrical systems including lighting systems, power distribution systems (including electrical panels), emergency systems (including exit lights and security lights) ,ballasts, switches, electrical receptacles, conduits, and cables involving voltages from 120 volts to 480 volts.
- Assemble, install, test, and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
- Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes, to ensure compatibility and safety of system.
- Maintain current electrician's license or identification card to meet governmental regulations.
- Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
- Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.
- Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components.
- Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair, and to ensure compliance with codes.
- Advise management on whether continued operation of equipment could be hazardous.
- Performs all electrical tasks with general supervision, possesses journeyman license, reads blueprints, terminates cable, installs and troubleshoots control wiring from drawing, demonstrates experience factors exceeding an electrical helper and must be sufficient on rough-in work.
- Installs feeders.
- Wire and conduit sizing.
- Switchgear and device installation and termination.
- Layout and preparation for installation.
- Underground layout and rough-in.
- Motors and controls - troubleshooting.
- Possesses skills of lower job titles (apprentice electrician).
- Fully comprehends electrical theory and NFPA 70 national electric code
- Initiate and review work requests, prioritize projects, develop and maintain work schedule, plan, coordinate, delegate and monitor projects.
- Ensure that an adequate stock of tools and materials are available for the completion of the assigned workload.
- Provide technical training, guidance, leadership, coaching, mentoring and effective performance feedback.
- Monitor work practices to ensure safety practices are being utilized. Assist with disciplinary actions. Ensure that department and district policies and regulations are followed.
- Serve as subject matter expert and interface with project coordinators on capital reserve, general fund, and bond project design and review. Perform project site visits and inspections as needed.
- Develop, implement and oversee electrical preventive maintenance program. Gather and organize equipment data, single line diagrams and panel locations. Utilize thermal imaging test equipment in testing electrical mains, switchgear and panel boards.
- Communicate with all trades, administrators, district personnel and contractors to coordinate maintenance and operation activities and programs, resolve issues, conflicts and exchange information.
- Identify potential energy saving projects. Help coordinate utility rebates from in-house retro-fit projects.
- Prepare in-house electrical estimates by performing research on parts, scope of work, materials and labor hours.
- Obtain electrical permits as required by the state electrical board. Meet with electrical inspectors on site to coordinate inspections and related work.
- Identify the scope and requirements of anticipated projects, contact and identify suppliers and contractors, conduct pre-bid walk-through and/or conferences. Perform quality control inspections, inspect delivered products and certify completed work.
- Prepare and modify electrical technical specifications to meet district needs.
- Oversee, install, remove, and repair various electrical components and systems.
- Assist in the evaluation of all assigned personnel.
Hiring Process: Email or fax resume. In order to apply to this position, please click "How to apply for this job" located at the bottom of the job order page, and you will receive the employer contact information. Employer has indicated the means listed are the only means they will accept to apply.
Electrical Trade Association providing support to over 70 electrical contractors.
Location/Region: Lakeland, FL