University of Utah Electrician in Salt Lake City, Utah
Open Date 04/21/2017
Requisition Number PRN14064B
Job Title Electrician
Working Title Electrician
Job Grade D
FLSA Code Nonexempt
Patient Care Job Code? No
Standard Hours per Week 40
Full Time or Part Time? Full Time
Work Schedule Summary
VP Area President
Department 01743 - TECHNICAL RESOURCES
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range 18.00 to 22.00
NOTE: May close at anytime.
Open Until Filled
NOTE: May close at anytime. Yes
Performs journeyman or master electrician level electrical work by exercising the acquired and developed skills and knowledge pertaining to the installation, alteration, maintenance, new construction, inspection and repair of electrical distribution systems (including primary and secondary wiring) and of clinical, laboratory and research electrical devices and equipment, emergency power generation systems and other common electrical items used in the University community.
Applies analytical and manual skills in inspecting, maintaining, installing, troubleshooting, calibrating, safety testing and repairing motors, generators, chargers, transformers, high voltage electrical systems and a variety of clinical, laboratory and research equipment including their component parts to ensure maximum and efficient operation.
Installs new systems and repairs existing wiring systems, electrical conduit, communications systems and related University-owned equipment by adhering to necessary procedures that would ensure conformity with blueprints,OSHAspecifications,JCAHandNFPArequirements, national and local electrical codes and requirements of other specialized codes and regulating agencies such asNCCLS,AAMIandCAP.
Maintains a variety of small electrical devices by repairing or replacing items such as hardware, lamps, fuses, sockets, ballasts, dropping resistors, contacts, coils, switches, timers, bearings, brushes, cords, and plugs as a matter of preventive maintenance and safety considerations.
Uses a wide variety of machines, electrical hand tools and test equipment commonly used by electricians such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, voltmeters, cable pullers, hirangers, relay testing equipment, stroboscopes, current leakage and safety test equipment, high voltage equipment, conduit benders, volt-amp recording meters, power factor meters, peak demand and watt-hour meters, drante surge and spike detectors and frequency drive testing equipment.
Responsible for maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of the latest national and local electrical codes and if applicable all regulating bodies having responsibility for health care facilities.
Works with other trades in electrically related problems such as elevator repair, electric bed repair, fire alarm system maintenance and electrical aspects of electronic equipment.
Responsible for maintaining and periodically updating equipment history log sheets and P.M. order sheets to meet requirement of history and legality for all equipment items.
May be responsible for training apprentice electricians through “on-the-job” training.
Incumbents operate with very little direct supervision. Independent judgment is used in choosing materials, tools and procedures in finishing assigned tasks.
Problems encountered in this position may include working with antiquated electrical systems; high voltage primary power sources and maintaining the miles of working and electrical panel boards on campus.
A working knowledge of the hazards and the applicable safety precautions for service of clinical electrical items are important aspects of this job. Unlike typical electrical work, the incumbent may work on circuits that are kept active and functioning due to the unique requirements of the University community (health care facility and research activities). In addition, the electrical safety requirements for individual pieces of equipment must always be foremost in the mind of the person performing the inspection, repair, calibration or test of clinically applied items. Initiative and independent judgment must be exercised in completing assignments according to blueprints, electrical codes and safety requirements.
The incumbent is subject to call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to respond to emergencies that involve the campus distribution system.
Journeyman electrician’s license from the State of Utah; experience with electric manholes and underground power distribution systems; proficiency in the use of the various types of electrical test equipment used in the Electric Shop; demonstrated customer service skills; and oral and written communications skills required. A working knowledge of cable splicing and substation maintenance (with its various high voltage switchgear) is preferred.
The journeyman license is obtained through the successful passing of a comprehensive examination after the completion of a 4 year 8,000+ hour accredited apprenticeship program (this program involves two years of class time and two years of practical experience) or the equivalency of 6 years of practical related experience.
Type Benefited Staff
Special Instructions Summary
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This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check and/or drug screen.