• Master Electrician

    Job Locations US-ME-Brunswick
    Job ID
    2018-2385
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Category
    Facilities/Maintenance
    Unit
    Facilities Management
    Shift
    Days
    Hours per Week
    40
  • Overview

    The Master Electrician is responsible for the safe and reliable operation, installation, maintenance and repair of the electrical system, equipment, conductors, fixtures and devices. Working under the direction of the Facilities Supervisor, the Plant Electrician performs work in a safe, neat, workman like manner with special attention paid to the patient and customer relations.

    Responsibilities

    • Maintains parts inventory
    • Maintains lighting throughout the facility
    • Check generator set(s) and transfer switches weekly, records operation parameters.  Notes and reports any trends or out of limits conditions.
    • Regularly inspects electrical equipment, motor control centers and communication equipment for proper operating conditions.
    • Performs electrical leakage test and incoming inspection on newly purchased electrical equipment, logs model and serial number and assigns control number  in the absence of the Bio-Medical Technician.
    • Makes daily rounds of electrical equipment spaces to assure cleanliness and proper operation.  Reports out of limits conditions to the Facilities Supervisor.
    • Organize and schedule and document testing of the Life Safety Systems.
    • Maintains blueprints, panel schedules, operations manuals and other documentation, and participates in the budget process.

     

    Qualifications

    • High school education required
    • Post secondary education in Electrical Technology preferred
    • 3-5 years experience in the electrical trade
    • Valid Maine Master Electrician's license required
    • Valid Maine Driver license required
    • Valid Maine Boilers Operators license required for on call
    • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills

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