An Industrial Electrician is responsible for diagnosing and repairing issues with electrical equipment. They use diagnostic tools to find the root cause of an issue and then they use power hand tools to fix the issue. Industrial Electricians have an expert knowledge of electricity, as well as an aptitude for working with their hands.
- Promote and engage in a safe work environment
- Report safety incidents
- Display good housekeeping in work areas
- Ensure adherence to OSHA and Onex safety policies
- Work Tasks
- Read and understand electrical prints
- Use diagnostic tools to inspect and test equipment
- Identify and resolve electrical malfunctions
- Install electrical wiring, conduit and wire ways
- Troubleshoot PLC systems, standalone controllers and control elements
- Assemble and install industrial equipment
- Complete work in a timely manner with proper crew size and skill
- Work with crew to overcome challenges to keep the job on schedule
- Report daily progress to foreman
- Identify ways to improve efficiency
- Accurate and reliable with the quality of work results
- Ensures job scope was completed
- Ensures proper installation techniques were used
- Client Interface
- Communicate effectively with the client
- F. Administration
- Require written authorization for change orders
- Obtain written sign offs from clients on all jobs
- Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Others
- Company Policies
- NFPA 86, NFPA 70E, and AMS 2750E
- MS Office
- PLC Programming
- Combustion Controls
- Read Electrical Plans and Blueprints
- Problem Solving
- Finding solutions to difficult or complex issues.
- Administrative Skill
- Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work Responsibilities, Information Ordering.
- Deal with more than one task at the same time.
- Social Perceptiveness
- Awareness and understanding of others’ reactions.
- Assessing performance and conduct of self, other individuals to make improvements or take corrective action.
- Active Listening
- Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made.
- Time Management
- Managing one’s own time and the time of others.
- Working well together with others.
- Resource Utilization
- The ability to effectively use the available resources, including equipment and personnel to meet objectives.
- Oral Comprehension and Expression
- The ability to speak with and listen to others, and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
- Written Comprehension and Expression
- The ability to write and read, speak and listen to, and understand information and ideas presented through written words and sentences.
- Careful about details, concise and thorough in performance.
- Numerical Ability
- Utilize basic calculations effectively, mathematical reasoning and formulas to solve problems based on numerical data.
- Respirator Fit Testing
- Activities often require considerable use and coordination of the arms, hands, fingers, and legs, such as in the physical handling of equipment and or materials
- Must be able to move or handle materials generally weighing up to 50 pounds if needed
- Requires stamina to physical exertion over long periods of time
- Must be able to move or handle equipment and materials generally weighing up to 100 pounds
- Subject to random Drug Testing
- Wear PPE in field environment
- Respect for Others
- Willing to treat other people politely and professionally, even if they disagree with the other person’s point of view.
- Infectious Enthusiasm
- Approach every situation, positive or negative, as a challenge and an opportunity.
- Commitment to the Job
- A willingness to do whatever it takes to fulfill the duties of their positions and via the development of new ideas to make the company even better.
- Innovative Ideas
- Think outside of the box and innovate new ways to accomplish existing tasks and approach goals.
- Assisting clients and customers with their needs or helping co-workers accomplish overall company goals.
- Acts with Integrity
- Follow your moral or ethical convictions and doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.
- Attention to Detail
- Achieves thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task. Provides accurate, consistent numbers on all paperwork.
- Electrician Diploma or equivalent certification
- 5 years relevant experience preferred
- OSHA 10 Hour Training
- Valid US Driver’s License
- Travel frequently
- Indoors, industrial environment
- Moving mechanical parts
- Fumes or airborne particles
- Exposed to high temperatures
- Risk of electrical shock and vibration
- Loud noise levels
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