Electrical Instrumentation & Electrical Technician II (Journeyman License)

Woodbridge, Virginia


Electrical Job Number:
J00158096
 
Primary Location:
Woodbridge, Virginia
 
Positions:
Electrician/Installation; Electrician/Service; Installation Manager; Line Installer
 
Sector:
Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel:
0%
 
Shift:
First Shift
 
Job Description:
Position Summary: Performs technical maintenance and repair of either Electrical or Instrumentation and control equipment in support of the Service Authority's (Authority) maintenance programs. The work involves maintaining and repairing a variety of electrical, electronic and electro-mechanical equipment, appliances and devices using specialized test equipment and instruments. This has been identified as a Career Path position. Persons hired into the Service Authority must meet contingencies within the period established in the employee’s offer letter. Position Responsibilities/Essential Job Functions: Instrumentation • Performs basic preventive maintenance and repairs on Instrumentation equipment including, but not limited to pressure transmitters, magnetic flow meters, etc. • Assesses and completes performance checks on equipment such as level controllers, pressure transmitters etc. and records and validates instrument performance. • Makes adjustments to Instrumentation equipment identified as not performing up to specifications. • Diagnoses equipment malfunctions, replaces faulty equipment and verifies standards. • Utilizes appropriate simulation equipment to validate a proper loop function. • Provides detailed analysis of Instrumentation equipment and follow-up on preventive maintenance. • Utilizes appropriate equipment specific tools, such as amp meters, process calibrators, digital multi-meters, for Instrumentation equipment testing and repair as needed. • Effectively communicates and works closely with other I&E Technicians on daily work assignments, projects and tasks. • Writes clear and concise general notes regarding daily maintenance work using the CMMS system and responds to emails. • Preps sites for safety based on tasks and utilizes appropriate advanced safety precautions as required (i.e. guidelines found on SDS, safety glasses, ear protection, hard hat, gas monitoring, etc.). • Interacts with customer to identify root cause of malfunctions or problems and assists with identifying solutions. • Documents equipment problems and solutions. • Provides training for new employees on existing equipment and systems. • Operates a Service Authority vehicle. • Participate in and successfully complete rotational training (EWSR or O&M) estimated training rotation up to three months • May be deemed essential at any time. • Performs other duties as assigned. Electrical • Performs basic preventive maintenance and repairs on Electrical equipment and wiring including, but not limited to motors, breakers etc. • Disconnects, connects and rewires electrical wiring according to the NFPA 70 (NEC), 70E & 70B and current Virginia uniform statewide building code while installing, modifying and maintaining Authority equipment. • Diagnoses failed motors and electrically prepares for motor removal and replacement connection. • Verifies proper performance of newly installed Electrical equipment. • Records Electrical readings, compares to specifications and makes adjustments as necessary • Provides detailed analysis of Electrical equipment and follow up on preventive maintenance. • Utilizes appropriate equipment specific tools and safely removes Electrical equipment from service prior to initiating repairs or testing. • Effectively communicates and works closely with other I&E Technicians on daily work assignments, projects and tasks. • Writes clear and concise general notes regarding daily maintenance work using the CMMS system and responds to emails. • Preps sites for safety based on tasks and utilizes appropriate advanced safety precautions as required (i.e. guidelines found on SDS, safety glasses, ear protection, hard hat, gas monitoring, etc.). • Interacts with customer to identify root cause of malfunctions or problems and assist with identifying solutions. • Documents equipment problems and solutions. • Provides training for new employees on existing equipment and systems. • Operates a Service Authority vehicle. • Participate in and successfully complete rotational training (ESWR or O&M) estimated training rotation up to three months. • May be deemed essential at any time. • Performs other duties as assigned. Essential Skills and Experience: Instrumentation • Possesses and demonstrates working knowledge of the methods and procedures of the Instrumentation trade and of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the field. • Demonstrates an understanding of, and ability to use the tools, equipment and materials used in the Instrumentation trade, as well as basic mathematics, computer use and English. • Ability to perform preventative maintenance and repairs of low complexity to a variety of Instrumentation and control equipment. • Possesses a knowledge of and ability to use the Authority’s Information Technology systems, including GIS, SCADA, CMMS, as well Microsoft Office. • Able to operate a Service Authority vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices. • Ability to follow established Service Authority policies and procedures in the performance of duties. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, communicate effectively and to work cooperatively with others. • Ability to work on-call as needed. • High school diploma or GED. • Possesses a valid CCST Level I Certification. • Successfully complete Authority testing requirements for position. • Possesses a combination of education and experience as described above. Electrical • Possesses and demonstrates working knowledge of the methods and procedures of the Electrical trade and of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the field. • Demonstrates an understanding of, and ability to use the tools, equipment and materials used in the Electrical trade, as well as basic mathematics, computer usage and English. • Ability to perform preventative maintenance and repairs to a variety of Electrical equipment. • Possesses a knowledge of and ability to use the Authority’s Information Technology systems, including GIS, SCADA, CMMS, as well Microsoft Office. • Able to operate an Authority vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices. • Ability to follow established Authority policies and procedures in the performance of duties. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, communicate effectively and to work cooperatively with others. • Ability to work on-call as needed. • High school diploma or GED. • Possesses a valid Virginia Journeyman Electrical License. • Successfully complete Authority testing requirements for position. • Possesses a combination of education and experience as described above. Preferred Skills and Experience: • Water or wastewater experience. Special Requirements: • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license consistent with Service Authority policy requirements. Reporting to this Position: • None
Electrical Job Number: J00158096
 
Primary Location:  Woodbridge, Virginia
 
Positions: Electrician/Installation; Electrician/Service; Installation Manager; Line Installer
 
Sector: Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel: 0%
 
Shift: First Shift
 
Job Description: Position Summary: Performs technical maintenance and repair of either Electrical or Instrumentation and control equipment in support of the Service Authority's (Authority) maintenance programs. The work involves maintaining and repairing a variety of electrical, electronic and electro-mechanical equipment, appliances and devices using specialized test equipment and instruments. This has been identified as a Career Path position. Persons hired into the Service Authority must meet contingencies within the period established in the employee’s offer letter. Position Responsibilities/Essential Job Functions: Instrumentation • Performs basic preventive maintenance and repairs on Instrumentation equipment including, but not limited to pressure transmitters, magnetic flow meters, etc. • Assesses and completes performance checks on equipment such as level controllers, pressure transmitters etc. and records and validates instrument performance. • Makes adjustments to Instrumentation equipment identified as not performing up to specifications. • Diagnoses equipment malfunctions, replaces faulty equipment and verifies standards. • Utilizes appropriate simulation equipment to validate a proper loop function. • Provides detailed analysis of Instrumentation equipment and follow-up on preventive maintenance. • Utilizes appropriate equipment specific tools, such as amp meters, process calibrators, digital multi-meters, for Instrumentation equipment testing and repair as needed. • Effectively communicates and works closely with other I&E Technicians on daily work assignments, projects and tasks. • Writes clear and concise general notes regarding daily maintenance work using the CMMS system and responds to emails. • Preps sites for safety based on tasks and utilizes appropriate advanced safety precautions as required (i.e. guidelines found on SDS, safety glasses, ear protection, hard hat, gas monitoring, etc.). • Interacts with customer to identify root cause of malfunctions or problems and assists with identifying solutions. • Documents equipment problems and solutions. • Provides training for new employees on existing equipment and systems. • Operates a Service Authority vehicle. • Participate in and successfully complete rotational training (EWSR or O&M) estimated training rotation up to three months • May be deemed essential at any time. • Performs other duties as assigned. Electrical • Performs basic preventive maintenance and repairs on Electrical equipment and wiring including, but not limited to motors, breakers etc. • Disconnects, connects and rewires electrical wiring according to the NFPA 70 (NEC), 70E & 70B and current Virginia uniform statewide building code while installing, modifying and maintaining Authority equipment. • Diagnoses failed motors and electrically prepares for motor removal and replacement connection. • Verifies proper performance of newly installed Electrical equipment. • Records Electrical readings, compares to specifications and makes adjustments as necessary • Provides detailed analysis of Electrical equipment and follow up on preventive maintenance. • Utilizes appropriate equipment specific tools and safely removes Electrical equipment from service prior to initiating repairs or testing. • Effectively communicates and works closely with other I&E Technicians on daily work assignments, projects and tasks. • Writes clear and concise general notes regarding daily maintenance work using the CMMS system and responds to emails. • Preps sites for safety based on tasks and utilizes appropriate advanced safety precautions as required (i.e. guidelines found on SDS, safety glasses, ear protection, hard hat, gas monitoring, etc.). • Interacts with customer to identify root cause of malfunctions or problems and assist with identifying solutions. • Documents equipment problems and solutions. • Provides training for new employees on existing equipment and systems. • Operates a Service Authority vehicle. • Participate in and successfully complete rotational training (ESWR or O&M) estimated training rotation up to three months. • May be deemed essential at any time. • Performs other duties as assigned. Essential Skills and Experience: Instrumentation • Possesses and demonstrates working knowledge of the methods and procedures of the Instrumentation trade and of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the field. • Demonstrates an understanding of, and ability to use the tools, equipment and materials used in the Instrumentation trade, as well as basic mathematics, computer use and English. • Ability to perform preventative maintenance and repairs of low complexity to a variety of Instrumentation and control equipment. • Possesses a knowledge of and ability to use the Authority’s Information Technology systems, including GIS, SCADA, CMMS, as well Microsoft Office. • Able to operate a Service Authority vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices. • Ability to follow established Service Authority policies and procedures in the performance of duties. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, communicate effectively and to work cooperatively with others. • Ability to work on-call as needed. • High school diploma or GED. • Possesses a valid CCST Level I Certification. • Successfully complete Authority testing requirements for position. • Possesses a combination of education and experience as described above. Electrical • Possesses and demonstrates working knowledge of the methods and procedures of the Electrical trade and of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the field. • Demonstrates an understanding of, and ability to use the tools, equipment and materials used in the Electrical trade, as well as basic mathematics, computer usage and English. • Ability to perform preventative maintenance and repairs to a variety of Electrical equipment. • Possesses a knowledge of and ability to use the Authority’s Information Technology systems, including GIS, SCADA, CMMS, as well Microsoft Office. • Able to operate an Authority vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices. • Ability to follow established Authority policies and procedures in the performance of duties. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, communicate effectively and to work cooperatively with others. • Ability to work on-call as needed. • High school diploma or GED. • Possesses a valid Virginia Journeyman Electrical License. • Successfully complete Authority testing requirements for position. • Possesses a combination of education and experience as described above. Preferred Skills and Experience: • Water or wastewater experience. Special Requirements: • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license consistent with Service Authority policy requirements. Reporting to this Position: • None
 

Preferred Skills and Education


Minimum Experience Required:
Experienced (2-4 years)
Minimum Education Required:
High School Diploma
Certifications:
Apprentice Electrician License; Journeyman Electrician License; Master Electrician License
 
Electrical Jobs Electrical Jobs Electrical Jobs Electrical Jobs Electrical Jobs