Master Electrician

Application Deadline: 2022-06-30
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Job Summary
Performs electrical work in construction, installing, maintaining, and repairing various electrical wiring systems, electrical controls, and electrical machinery and equipment. Also coordinates with other Brown County electricians to assist with county-wide building electrical work.

Essential Duties
Performs electrical work associated with traffic signals in accordance to the MUTC Standards, including installing, testing, and calibrating control units.

Maintains and repairs electrical power and lighting lines such as plugs, outlets, switches, wiring, and other related electrical devices.

Provides maintenance inspection and repair on generators and transformers; tests building generators and transfer switches and oversees an annual load test.

Assists other County electricians in performance of electrical duties at various County sites, as required.

Works with contractors and builders in the proper installation of new electrical systems; assists with updating electrical prints for new and existing facilities; inspects County work done by outside electrical contractors.

Establishes safety procedures for troubleshooting high voltage electrical work, as required.

Establishes a preventative electrical maintenance program.

Installs and maintains heating equipment, air conditioners, and ventilating systems.

Installs, operates and maintains County surveillance systems including cameras, network cabling, infrastructure and network IT equipment.

Operates standard electrical test equipment and other related electrical equipment.

Designs and performs layout for plans on the job site, as needed.

Installs electrical systems and service, including minor remodeling.

Maintains electrical equipment on HVAC.

Repairs electrical power and lighting circuits.

Performs testing of lighting fixtures and other related electrical devices.

Complies with the National Electrical Code, State Code, and Local Code.

Participates in meetings, training, and seminars (may travel occasionally).

Establishes record keeping system for all repairs performed on Brown County Highways and Facilities.

Researches and advises the Highway Commissioner and supervisors regarding energy efficient solutions.

Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Materials and Equipment Used:

Power Tools; Bender; Hand Tools; Boom Truck; Testing Equipment (Digital Voltmeter, Megger, Fusion Splicer, Infrared Camera, Circuit/Cable Tracer and Optical Power Meter)

General Office Equipment and Laptop / Computer

Minimum Qualifications Required
Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent, plus four to six years electrical apprenticeship or experience as a Master electrician; or any combination of education, training, and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Licenses and Certifications:

State of Wisconsin Masters Electrician Certification

Must pass code examination

Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of methods, materials and tools used in the installation, maintenance, repair and testing of all electrical equipment and systems, both current and future.

Knowledge of the provisions of the National Electrical Code, federal, state, and local safety regulations.

Knowledge of heating and/or cooling systems.

Knowledge of gas and oil-fired boilers, steam, water, electrical, and combinations.

Ability to work the daily required hours of the position; including being available for emergency call-in for power failures, signal knock downs, and general maintenance.

Ability to set up daily/weekly work schedule and prioritize jobs.

Ability to lift 75 pounds with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 40 pounds.

Intermittent standing, walking, and driving.

Ability to communicate both orally and written in a clear manner.

Ability to follow and understand complex oral and written instructions.

Ability to withstand temperature changes in the work environment.

Ability to work at various heights on buildings, aerial lifts, and ladders.

Ability to define problems and establish valid conclusions.

Ability to design layouts of electrical systems for new replacement equipment.

Ability to diagnose and correct electrical power, communications, lighting failures, and heating & air conditioning equipment.

Ability to read and interpret blueprints and other technical specifications.

Ability to repair and test electrical equipment and systems.

Deadline Note:

WCA President & CEO Mark O'Connell received Racine County Executive @jdelagrave “Community Impact Award” last night for his close working relationship with the county on a variety of projects impacting not only Racine County but also all of Wisconsin. @NACoTweets

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