|Performs responsible journey level electrical work involving the installation, maintenance and repair work of equipment, machinery, power appliances, fixtures or other electrical components. Work is performed under the supervision of a technical supervisor and is subject to review while in progress and upon completion for compliance with acceptable electrical standards.|
|Installs, maintains, modifies, and repairs electrical fixtures and equipment including power appliances, machinery, overhead circuits, underground conduits, motors, relays, switches, and control panels; installs wall outlets and connects motors, appliances, heating and cooling equipment and/or transformers.
Maintains, repairs, and adjusts meters, governors and timers; installs, maintains and repairs electrical motors and generators used in various pumping operations; uses hand, bench and machine tools in repair and maintenance of cranes, pumps, and other plant/shop machinery and equipment.
Detects causes of electrical failures; interprets and insures compliance with electrical codes; calculates line leads to determine wire and equipment size and capacity; prepares sketches for electrical layouts and installation.
Trains and leads electricians, apprentices and other workers in electrical repair and maintenance work. Maintains reports and records of servicing and electrical maintenance.
Performs minor plumbing and electrical work such as unstopping drains, repairing flush valves, water fountains, water heaters, fire hose pumps, and sprinkler systems; replacing light fixtures, ballasts, wall switches, float switches, and light bulbs; repairing electric ranges, and/or wiring electrical motors.
Assists in the operation and maintenance of several municipal facilities.
Assists with the development of preventive maintenance schedules for heating, air conditioning, ventilation systems and building conditions.
Assists in the work of janitorial staff engaged in the general maintenance and cleaning of buildings (i.e., repair of carpet, wallpaper, locks, holes in walls/ceilings, hanging pictures, minor painting, etc.).
Performs routine inspections of buildings to ensure proper custodian and contractual services and proper functioning of systems; notifies Trades Maintenance Chief of problems with elevators, fire alarms, janitorial and pest control services.
May accompany insurance, OSHA, and county inspectors on annual inspection of facilities and recommends necessary corrective actions.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Considerable knowledge of the standards, tools, methods, materials and practices of the electrical trade and general maintenance.
Working knowledge of electrical occupational hazards and appropriate safety precautions, to include work with high voltages.
Working knowledge of municipal and national electrical codes.
Skill in use and care of standard tools, equipment and testing devices of the electrical trade.
Skilled in the installation, alteration and repair of electrical equipment which involves standing for extended periods, frequent lifting ranging from 20 - 50lbs., bending and stooping, reaching over head, climbing and pushing, pulling or digging.
Ability to interpret and work from technical sketches and blueprints.
Ability to locate and define defects in electrical panels and equipment.
Ability to plan, layout and maintain a variety of electrical systems and equipment.
Ability to train, supervise and lead others in performance of work assignments.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
|Electrician II - High school graduate with four (4) years electrical experience required; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Must possess an Orange County Journeyman Electrician Competency card; or equivalent. Some positions may require a Florida Driver License prior to employment. Some positions may be required to pass an annual respirator physical; no facial hair allowed between the face and sealing surface of the respirator face plate.
Employees assigned to the Wastewater Lift Station Section must obtain and maintain a security clearance and GOAA ID badge within ninety (90) days of their date of hire. Must have a home or cell phone.
REVISION: 6/12/07-CF-Respirator physical language added per Dept. request.
08/25/2009 MGR Added GOAA security clearance requirement.
07/01/2010 CF- Updated Electrical license requirement.
10/21/2010 MGR revised drivers license requirement.