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Install, maintain and repair electrical appliances, systems, facilities, and related electronical controls and devices.
- Install, maintain and repair electrical equipment and circuitssuch - Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. as wire, conduit, switches, outlets, junction boxes, transformers, motors, and generators in facilities such as washers, dryers, ranges, timing devices, steam and electricheating units, exhaust systems, smoke detectors, fire alarms, clock and bell systems, electrical surgical units, hypothermal units, humidifiers, suction machines, electrical beds, thermostats and electrical systems of furnaces and boilers. - Isolate and correct malfunctions in equipment and circuits of a routine recurring nature; use voltmeter, ammeters, and circuit analyzers. - Cut, thread, bend, and install conduit. - Disassemble, clean, repair, and reassemble electrical motors and related equipment following established procedures. - Test, maintain, and repair all emergency electrical equipment. - Operate and maintain all projection equipment. - Follow a predetermined schedule of preventive maintenance on equipment and circuits to check for proper operation, loose connections, overheating, leaking, insulation, arcing, deterioration, cleanliness, vibration, alignment, and lubrication.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
WORK WITH BLUEPRINTS WORK WITH SCHEMATICS WORK WITH SKETCHES ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL REPAIR
Work requires an educational background normally equivalent to high school with course work in skilled crafts or trades and training in electrical systems, schematics and relevant national, state and local codes.
Work requires 3 years of technical experience in working with: schematics and drawings; bending and installing conduit; and the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, fixtures and equipment.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
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