- Works from blueprints, sketches, and manufacturer's equipment schematic diagrams to plan the sequence of operations, to carry out wiring and equipment installations and maintenance of industrial electrical equipment such as: boilers and boiler room support equipment and controls, chillers, air compressors, test chambers, HVAC controls, emergency power systems, fire and security systems, and other related equipment while ensuring the economical use of materials. Interfaces with design engineers and service technicians installing, modifying, and enhancing operations of equipment and completing construction projects may be required to work with or direct contractor personnel when performing these tasks.
- Calculates circuits sizing required to support equipment and rearrangements and provides the electrical service. Installs grounding systems as required. Installs modifications and interconnections to existing equipment controls as required.
- Determines routing locations and methods for installing power panels, circuits, conduits, wires, electrical equipment, fixtures, controls, and accessories. Selects and orders materials from supplies.
- Performs preventative maintenance, repairs and calibration of industrial equipment to minimize down time and unscheduled outages. Inspects and checks circuits for continuity and proper functioning. Recommends better utilization and maintenance of plant equipment to avoid or minimize unscheduled outages.
- Repairs and rebuilds defective, damaged, or inoperative electrical equipment and components. Isolates source of difficulty and installs temporary hook-ups as required to minimize down time.
- Performs all duties in accordance with applicable State, Federal and Local codes and ordinances, and established trade practices. Complies with all safety codes and regulations such as: NEC, NFPA, and OSHA.
- Plans and lays out new jobs and renovates/alters existing equipment to assure project installations are correct and complete for proper operation. Responsible for ensuring all work performed and completed as specified by contract, engineering drawings & specifications and applicable codes.
- May be required to participate on special teams: snow removal, emergency response, etc. and must be responsive to off hour emergency call-ins.
- Will be required to be on-call on a rotational basis.
- May be required to clean and service equipment that may contain hazardous substances, and to participate in the sorting and accumulation of hazardous waste materials in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.
- Works closely with others in a fast paced environment.
Requires a High School diploma and a New Hampshire Journeyman's Electrician License. With at least 4 years of commercial / industrial experience in the electrical trade.
Both introductory and continued training in cleaning and servicing equipment that may contain hazardous substances, and in handling, documenting and moving the hazardous waste. This training will be provided by the company.
NOTE: Hand tools of the trade are the responsibility of the tradesperson.
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