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Position Title: Electrician (1486)
Position Number: 1486 Open Date: 5/16/2013
Department: Facilities Management Close Date:  
Salary Range: $30.00 - $32.00/hour Band: Coordinator/Analyst
Work Hours per Week: 40 Position Type: Full-time Staff

The role of this position is to provide a safe, functional, clean, efficient and attractive living and learning environment. The Electrician is a skilled, licensed trade person responsible for evaluating, repairing and replacing a variety of electrical facility components, to ensure the equipment is fully operational and meets university standards. This position will be involved in corrective and preventive maintenance and minor alteration work and may oversee temporary labor and/or other trades persons or contractors as required. This position requires general supervision and often works independently.
Educational Requirements:
A high school diploma or its equivalent is required. A journeyman's electrical license is required. The completion of a formal apprenticeship program is preferred.
Minimum Requirements:
- 5 years of working journey level experience
- Basic computer skills/email usage
- Basic electrical troubleshooting skills
- Ability to read and use blueprints
- Ability to use meters/testing devices
- Use and knowledge of electrical codes 
Preferred Requirements:
- 2 years of service truck experience
- 2 years of controls service
- University experience
- CMMS experience
- Controls troubleshooting experience
- Microsoft Office skills
Additional Information:
All university trade positions are expected to perform duties other than those typically associated with core trade responsibilities as the needs of the university dictate. Facilities Management is a diverse team-oriented organization where employees actively support each other’s success. Collaboration and cooperation are expected from all employees. Successful FM employees are those who contribute to our ability to support each other and our customers. 

The ability to work on ladders, scaffolding and at heights of 40 feet or more, and lift 50 lbs is preferred.
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