Electrician High Voltage #101832University of Maryland
Electrician High Voltage Position #101832
University of Maryland
Performs specified electrical work including, but not limited to, installation, maintenance and repairs of transformers, generators, circuit breakers, conduits, switches, overhead equipment, motor control equipment, lighting systems, distribution panels, branch circuits and switchgear under 600 volts.
Four years progressively responsible experience in the electrical trade, two years of which must have been in the installation and repair of high tension (13,000 volts and up) service switch gear and controlling wiring, or motors and motor circuitry of 30 horsepower or more.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Comprehensive knowledge of and skill in the theory, principles, methods and techniques used in the installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical systems, equipment, and apparatus including
- Underwriters Rules for electrical wiring and installation of electrical equipment.
- Thorough knowledge of and skill in basic mathematics including area, volume, weights, and the practical application of fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions; of OSHA and MOSH regulations and National Electric Codes (and NEPA, DOE, ANSI) related to the electrical trade and working with high tension lines and equipment.
- Working knowledge of the principles and theories of electronics.
- Skill in the use and maintenance of the tools and equipment of the electrical trade including testing equipment such as ohmmeters, battery and buzzer and oscilloscopes.
- Skill in and ability to work with high tension lines and equipment.
- Ability to read, interpret, and work from blueprints, drawings, and specifications; to prepare sketches and schematic drawings; to prepare summaries and reports; to use a computer for basic business functions; and to communicate effectively and follow directions.
UM offers a competitive benefits package.
The University of Maryland is an EOE/AA Employer Minorities, Women, Protected Veterans and individuals with disabilities are Encouraged to Apply.