To plan, supervise, and perform industrial electrical and electronic installation and repair work for a state facility; perform related work.
$30 a day per diam
Vehicle and tools
Installation and maintenance. Typical responsibilities: plans, supervises, and performs all phases of installation, maintenance, repair and inspection of electrical systems and service work in new or remodeled facilities which includes: installing, repairing, and maintaining electrical motors, complex electronic devices, control panels, relays, fire control monitors and systems, conduit, and switches and ensuring proper electrical operation of generators and transformers.
Some knowledge of: supervisory practices.
Experience: planning, installing, and maintaining all phases of electrical work relating to building construction and equipment repair; interpreting electrical construction blueprints; using metering and motor testing equipment; installing and maintaining control panels, relays, and alarm and detection devices for high and low voltage equipment; developing material and equipment cost estimates for electrical projects; evaluating electrical specifications and performance criteria.
Physical ability to: lift and carry items weighing up to 60 pounds; climb ladders, bend, stoop, work in awkward positions for several hours at a time, and crawl through small tunnels that are hot, muddy, and wet; work during inclement weather.