ELECTRICIAN, 1ST CLASS (NIGHT SHIFT)3094511
GENERAL SUMMARY/OVERVIEW STATEMENT
Installs, maintains, tests and repairs all components of electrical systems. To perform routine maintenance and to respond to alarms and emergency calls related to mechanical systems and utilities, including life support systems such as oxygen, medical air & vacuum.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILTIES
Responds to electrical trouble calls throughout the hospital: inspects and repairs a wide variety of Electrical systems including: lighting, power distribution and specialized commercial and laboratory equipment.
Will also assist other mechanics as needed. Fabricates, installs and modifies electrical systems, especially during renovation construction. Respond to trouble calls on vacuum, medical and instrumental air and water pumps; diagnose cause of malfunctions, repair and make adjustments with as little service interruption as possible. Must understand complexities of Emergency Power system; Automatic Transfer Switches, variable frequency drives, and to participate in the monthly testing if needed. Will be active in the preventive maintenance program; performing PM tasks as assigned. Respond to any emergency call or alarm and to repair the problem or make the appropriate referral. Function as work order coordinator, answering phones, dispatching calls, making work orders. Monitor & operate campus & East systems: Mechanical/scientific, Translogic tube system, Honeywell bldg automation, Andover bldg. automation, fire alarm system. Have a general working knowledge of, and the ability to prioritize response. Accept responsibility as a charge person in the absence of a supervisor. Performs special projects and other outside grounds duties as assigned Responds to problems of all trades such as carpentry, locksmith, plumbing, and HVAC as needed.
Completion of high school or vocational school. Possession of a valid MA Journeyman electrician's license. At least five years experience & training in the mechanical trades. Must be respirator qualified. Understanding of electrical codes and regulations. Must be able to understand & interpret electric codes & regulations; must be able to read and understand blueprints. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to provide on the job training. Basic computer skills; ability to operate automated mechanical systems.
Works throughout the Hospital including roofs and equipment areas where there is occasionally exposure to extreme dust, dirt, heat, noise and occasionally outside elements. Is subject to call in any time for emergencies. Respond to problems as required of all trades when working off-hour shifts. Compliance with Hospital rules and standards, standard precautions procedure will minimize risk. Compliance with the Hospital and department rules on uniforms and safety equipment. Some overtime will be required. Provide own hand tools. Exposure to hazards of electricity, steam, water, low level radiation. Occasionally (less than 15% of the time) must exert effort to lift heavy object excess over seventy pounds. Exposure to bio-hazards and asbestos. Requires the use of safety equipment such as respirator, safety glasses, etc. on specific job assignments.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.MGH Main Campus02114Maintenance/Skilled Worker