About the Job
- Installation and repair of wiring, breakers, light packages, conduit, outlets, switchgear, high voltage, medium voltage, transformers, disconnects and transfer switches in generator housing.
- Knowledge of relevant codes pertaining to the aforementioned tasks
- 1 to 5 years in a manufacturing environment
- Able to read blueprints
- Able to troubleshoot and problem solve
- Must be highly motivated
- Able to communicate and work well with others
- Hours worked generally are more than 40 per week
These positions are responsible for electrical installations, troubleshooting, and maintenance within the commercial, industrial, and residential settings.
*Installs, maintains, and/or troubleshoots basic electrical systems in compliance with the National Electric Code (NEC)
*Demonstrates ability to work without direct supervision
*Installs conduit systems, various lighting systems, and basic control systems
*Installs motor feeders and makes standard motor connections
*Cleans and maintains job site, tools, and vehicles
*Consistently follows workplace safety procedures
*Participates in toolbox talks, safety audits, and related safety functions
*Immediately identifies, corrects, and/or reports any unsafe acts, conditions, or incidents in a timely manner
*Works as a member of a cohesive team
*Performs other related duties as required and assigned
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
A high school diploma or GED; and completion of an apprenticeship or equivalent work experience (8,000 hours).
Must be proficient in the use of a PC and Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word.
CERTIFICATES & LICENSES
Must possess one of the following licenses:
§ Priority 1: Wisconsin Master Electrician OR
§ Priority 2: Wisconsin Journeyman Electrician Certification