Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist I or II)

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This is a job posting from company – Johnson County

Employment TypeFull Time

Work Hours: 8

Salary: $20 To $30/An Hour

Location: Kansas, USA

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A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways. We challenge ourselves to be a different kind of government because we care deeply about our community and each other. Johnson County Wastewater is looking for qualified candidates to fill the position of Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist I or II depending on qualifications). This position works in a team environment to support the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment facility as well as the off site pump stations. They will also support the electrical maintenance and install needs at other locations as needed. The primary work schedule is Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, but call back for emergency and overtime is required. Position will be open until filled.

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SIGN-ON BONUS – The Industrial Electrician hired on or after February 1, 2022, are eligible for a $1,000 sign-on bonus to be paid in two increments. Employee will receive $500 after successful completion of New Employee Orientation. The employee must be employed when the incentive is paid, and it will be paid on the first pay date following the pay period in which it was earned. Employee will receive $500 after successful completion of their first six months of employment. Employee must be employed when bonus is paid, and it will be paid on the first pay date following the pay period in which it was earned.

Job duties may include the following:

Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist I) – JC 15.16

Uses specialized skills to perform technical work in one or more skilled trades (HVAC, Building Automation, Electrical, Plumbing) on a variety of maintenance or project related tasks; diagnosis and troubleshoots, designs, and proposes corrective measures to complex systems; tests, calibrates, repairs, replaces and constructs various commercial building systems to include HVAC systems and components, building automation systems, make-up air units, air handling equipment, air conditioning/cooling/heating equipment, electrical service and distribution systems (high and low voltage) and terminal devices, or plumbing distribution and terminal devices; serves as subject matter expert in particular skilled trade.

Provides subject matter expertise on routine, technical trades work; works with department staff in the design/modification of new and existing systems; repairs and ensures test/telemetry equipment is reliability; sets up, completes simple programming and repairs PLCs and single loop controllers.

Oversees repairs to equipment such as exhaust hoods, ovens, dishwashers, disposals steamers; pumps, motors, and similar equipment; escorts vendors performing contracted services within secure areas; uses specialized skill set to inspect and assess the quality of work performed and provides feedback and guidance regarding quality expectations and deficiencies to ensure contractors accomplish defined bid specifications.

Performs various tasks requiring equipment, vehicle, and tool operation; uses a variety of small and large tools and operates a variety of light and medium duty equipment and attachments including: tractors, trucks, scissor lifts, boom truck, and snow removal equipment.

Coordinates training and safety requirements for their specialized skill set; ensures safety standards are met; shares knowledge, explains duties, and helps others acquire higher skill level; Completes paperwork, work orders, timesheets, and equipment logs using computerized system; follows purchasing card guidelines.

Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist II) JC 16.17

Ensures electrical systems, building electrical, and equipment perform most efficiently; continuously updates and adjusts systems, buildings, and equipment to achieve maximum proficiency; uses highly technical skills to solve complex issues; provides subject matter expertise working with department staff in the design/modification of new and existing systems; completes projects using technical skilled trades; determines project scope, completes estimated costs of projects, orders supplies, and determines staffing needed to complete project.

Uses specialized skills to perform highly technical work in one or more skilled trades (Electrical, Waste Water equipment Automation and Plant Power supply gear) on a variety of maintenance or project related tasks. Needs to be a qualified Electrician Journeyman, working under minimal supervision. Be responsible for planning, layout, installation, repair, and preventative maintenance of complicated electrical equipment circuits, troubleshoot technical control systems.

Provides subject matter expertise on non-routine, highly technical trades work; works with department staff in the design/modification of new and existing systems; repairs and ensures test/telemetry equipment is reliable; designs, sets up, completes complex programming and repairs to PLCs, Drives, and single loop controllers; escorts vendors performing contracted services within secure areas; uses specialized skill set to inspect and assess the quality of work performed and provides feedback and guidance regarding quality expectations and deficiencies to ensure contractors accomplish defined bid specifications; uses specialized skill set to minimize contracted services.

Performs various tasks requiring equipment, vehicle, and tool operation; uses a variety of small and large tools and operates a variety of light and medium duty equipment and attachments including: tractors, fork trucks, scissor lifts, etc.

Coordinates training and safety requirements for their specialized skill set; ensures safety standards are met; shares knowledge, explains duties, and helps others acquire higher skill level; Completes paperwork, work orders, timesheets, and equipment logs using computerized system; follows purchasing card guidelines.

Job Requirements

Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist I) – JC 15.16

High school diploma or equivalent and three (3) years in specialized trade (HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, or Building Automation) performing at the journey/equivalent level or above are required. One (1) additional year of related experience may substitute for education. Universal Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification or equivalent is required for HVAC specialty. Must pass a thorough criminal history screening and have a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.

Vo-Tech or Associate’s degree in HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, or Building Automation and Universal Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification or equivalent are preferred. Experience may be substituted for education.

Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Specialist II) JC 16.17

High school diploma or equivalent and five years of electrical experience performing at the journey/equivalent level or above or two years performing at a masters/equivalent level are required. One additional year of related experience may substitute for education. Must pass a thorough criminal history screening and have a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. This position requires excessive standing and walking, lifting of 50 pounds, physical abilities including mobility, agility, strength, dexterity, balance, coordination, and endurance, as well as exposure to extreme temperatures, fumes, chemicals, heights, and loud noises.

Vo-Tech or Associate’s degree in Electrical Theory, Controls, and Automation is preferred. Experience may be substituted for education.

Johnson County Government requires reference/background screening for all positions. Specified criteria may vary by Department/Agency.

Physical, Environmental, and Special Working Conditions (BOTH POSITIONS):
Excessive standing and/or walking: 60%
Exposure to extreme temperatures, fumes and/or chemicals, heights, and loud noises.
Lifting weight: 50 lbs.
On call/stand-by work required.
Weather essential: Department Essential
Uniform Required
Wearing of goggles, boots, gloves and other PPE as required.
Position is required to respond to requests for emergency and afterhours work which will require work when the facility is closed (e.g. holiday, weekends, nights). This work will require overtime as needed.
Physical abilities, including mobility, agility, strength, dexterity, balance, coordination, and /or endurance.
All County employees may be called upon to assist other departments/agencies in a declared emergency situation.

Driving Status

Primary (25% or more)

Category

Facilities, Trade, and Custodial


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