Electrician, Facilities



Posted Under: Salt Lake City, Utah jobs in Professions; Professions jobs in zipcode 84101
Posted On: 2017-09-24 21:00:00

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:Diagnose, troubleshoot and repair electrical equipment failures on facility and utility processes and equipment. Coordinate with power company on service interruptions, investigate and repair system failures, schedule preventive maintenance.Ensure completion of breaker exercise and testing on all facility equipment.Administer the infrared camera testing program to ensure compliance with fire suppression regulations.Represent company on internal and external program audits.Install new electrical and electronic equipment according to the National Electrical Code and plant electrical standards.Adheres to all safety procedures, including lock out tag out, as mandated by plant policy.Administer electrical harmonic analysis to provide recommended system improvements.Accurately maintain daily logs of equipment status, failures, repairs, regulatory compliances, and other activities.Identify and maintain critical spare parts for facility electrical equipment.Partner with engineering to manage contracted work for new installations, drive continuous improvement and infrastructure upgrades. Obtain bids and proposals from prospective vendors.Other duties as assigned.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:High School Diploma or equivalent required.Current State Journeyman or Master Electrician license required.NFPA 70E Arc Flash training and qualification.Minimum of four (4) years electrical experience in industrial and commercial construction or a fast-paced service company dedicated to electrical repair in a production type facility. Five to seven years' experience preferred; equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.Working knowledge of codes, standards, practices, materials and methods used in electrical maintenance.Ability to read and interpret blueprints, circuit diagrams, and various styles of equipment operation manuals.Knowledge of current practices for electrical maintenance of transformer units and associated controls.Knowledge of Performance Testing of Ground -Fault Protective Devices; understand NEC Art. 230.95 requirements. Manage, develop, and improve plant standards. Demonstrated knowledge of technical electrical principles and the application of mathematics and dimensions as related to power requirements and electrical Perform work/collaborate with facility mechanics and machinists to accomplish work/goals.Proficient in the use of a computer to enter data, create documents, spreadsheets, etc.Ability to communicate; read, write, and verbally communicate in English with peers, managers, and associates at all levels of the organization.Ability to f oster a collaborative and supportive team Ability to work flexible hours to provide support as needed.Experience with PLC interfaces (inputs, outputs, logic) preferred.Must successfully complete training programs for Infrared Thermography Level 1 Certification within six (6) months of hire.Must become certified in the following within nine (9) months of start date: Forklift, Arial Lifts.Valid drivers' license and good standing MVRPHYSICAL DEMANDS: Sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls. Must be able to stand/walk for long periods of time, 12 hour shifts. Must be able to climb ladders and stairs. Must be able to climb on and around equipment, which includes bending, stooping, twisting, kneeling, and reaching. Must be able to see/hear to visually and audibly troubleshoot equipment, acknowledge alarms, and perform inspections. Lifting/moving up to 50 pounds frequently, occasionally more than 50 lbs.. Must be able to sustain repetitive movement of the upper extremities using tools to repair and maintain equipment which involves gripping and applying varying degrees of force. Must be able to don appropriate PPE such as: Hearing Protection, Respiratory protection, Chemical PPE etc.