315 Bonair Siding
Industry: Light Industrial
Job Number: 16167
Bayside Solutions is seeking an Electrician Maintenance to be part of our Client’ s team in the Palo Alto area. This is an opportunity to work with one of the world’ s premier research institutions. They seek people committed to excellence and driven to make the world a better place. If this sounds like you, you’ ve come to the right place.
Our Company Bio: Bayside Solutions was founded in 2001, and was recognized as one of the fastest growing professional staffing companies in Northern California. The numbers tell the story: We have close to a 100% client retention rate, 700% growth in four plus years and over 95% repeat business. Our dedication to building partnership relationships with both our clients and our recruits is the key to our phenomenal success.
You can find additional information on our company website at www.baysidesolutions.com.
The Electrician Job Family includes positions in which the major duties involve the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and equipment and if permitted, new construction and remodels. Employees in this job family perform journey level work concerned with the proper technical installation, operation and maintenance of electrical systems in university buildings, fire alarm and street lighting systems, communications systems, etc. Assignments may involve work on overhead lines, high voltage cables and other situations with some hazard.
- Working under general supervision, these employees perform journey level work involved with the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment, new construction and remodels
- They may work alone or as part of a crew depending on the work assignment.
- Assignments are normally received in the form of work orders, blueprints, sketches, or verbal instructions
- Routine work is performed independently and is inspected in progress and upon completion for compliance with specifications
- Perform electrical preventative maintenance on all electrical equipment from distribution panels to receptacles and loads. Troubleshoot and repair faulty electrical distribution equipment
- Maintain light and power circuits, control circuits, electric motors of various sizes and types, lighting fixtures, transformers, communications systems, standby battery power circuits and equipment, making repairs as necessary
- Test as necessary for short circuits, grounds, and other electrical disorders and take corrective measures as indicated
- Perform configuration management, trace and label electrical systems, red line prints, and document findings for engineering and draftspersons
- Plan layouts and install conduits, circuits, wires, cables, pull boxes, transformers, switches, lighting fixtures and other related equipment required in making additions, extensions, or alterations in electrical systems, or in new construction
- Repair and replace defective parts in motors, generators, pumps, storage batteries, switchboards, controllers, switches, and other related equipment
- Calibrate and align Instrumentation and meters for optimal performance.
- Splice multiple conductor cables used in 600V and below electrical power distribution systems; troubleshoot and repair faulty or failed splices; testconductors for dielectric strength and continuity; cleans, and splice corresponding conductors, and connections.
Adhere to safety rules
Education & Experience Required:
- This skill level is generally associated with 4 years of experience in the trade
Journey level knowledge equivalent to four years completion in an approved electrician apprenticeship program or a combination of equivalent education and work experience
- Ability to use computers and other electronic devices and learn departmental programs for planning, scheduling and documenting work
- Compliance with, federal, state and local electrical and work safety standards
- Ability to create and read wiring diagrams, single-line and three-line diagrams
- Working knowledge of the theory of operations of various types of communications systems, motors, illumination systems, power systems, heating appliances and other electrical equipment
- Must have knowledge of NFPA and CAL-OSHA standards on electrical and work safety procedures.
- Experience in electrical construction and the installation, maintenance, and operations of a wide variety of electrical equipment such as that described above
- Must have ability to use a variety of tools and instruments such as hand tools of the trade: voltmeter, ohmmeter, current meter, motor analyzer, megger, circuit tracing equipment, hydraulic bending equipment, motorized cable pulling equipment, etc
- Demonstrated ability to follow written and/or oral instructions