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The primary responsibility of the Licensed Electrician is to provide operational reliability of all facility electrical systems and equipment. This includes but is not limited to the inspection, troubleshooting, repair, demolition, and installation of commercial and industrial electrical fixtures, and general maintenance. Participates in electrical shut downs from multiple perspectives as required. In addition the electrical foreman performs in a supervisory role of other electricians. This position requires the maintenance of tools and work areas in order to reflect a professional appearance. This position necessitates effective communication with medical staff, patients, families and the general public.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
· Installation, troubleshooting, repair or demolition of commercial and/or industrial electrical fixtures and associated controls in a hospital setting on both normal and emergency power. This includes emergency generators and associated transfer devices. Additionally contact and coordination with contractors is required.
· Installs, repairs, replaces, and tests electrical circuits to supply electrical power for lighting and equipment operation. This includes all life safety, critical, equipment and normal power circuits.
· Performs fitting and connecting of electrical installations including wire pulling and termination using proper industry building methods.
· Maintains current knowledge of systems used in job, including codes and standards.
· Uses time effectively while performing all duties under minimal supervision.
· May be required to work other than scheduled hours.
· High School or GED Equivalency Diploma
· Thorough knowledge of electrical, mechanical and various building systems.
· Maintains current Master Electrical License issued by the State of Texas
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