- Conduct inspections, maintenance, and repairs on generator systems, transfer switches, load banks and affiliated system components.
- Perform diagnostic checks and troubleshoot electrical distribution systems to ensure proper phase rotation.
- Inspect conductors for excessive heating from overloading conditions, insulation degrading and/or excessive harmonics heating influence, torque of connections, and compliance with the NFPA 70 and NFPA 70E specifications and requirements for grounding, bonding, and sizing/insulation of conductors.
- Identify, repair, and/or document any deficiencies with existing equipment.
- Learns new maintenance requirements for new or existing electrical systems and applies new requirements to existing Maintenance Procedures.
- Operates and maintains test equipment to high standards. Assures test equipment calibration requirements are maintained.
- Provide a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on guidance to ensure proper PM and repair of designated equipment and systems to local site personnel as directed.
- Perform a limited electrical diagnostic and troubleshooting survey of site power generation electrical systems.
- Assist the client in planning work, obtaining material product data, scheduling shipments, coordinating logistics, and identifying requirements to minimize impact on local operations.
- Collect identifiable information for purposes of equipment inventory.
- Work safely at all times. Adhere to all applicable safety policies. Comply with all company policies, procedures and standards.
- Position requires up to 100% travel worldwide.
- Must be able to obtain/maintain orpossess a Top Secret Clearance.
- Must have the physical ability to travel overseas.
- Must be able to pass a physical examination for duty.
- Must be able to work on ladders, access rooftops and other hard to reach areas, and be able to lift and carry materials and tools in excess of 25 lbs.
- Must be familiar with the requirements outlined by NFPA 70 (E), EGSA, AEE, OSHA and other safety regulations.
- Must hold a valid Journeyman electric license/certification at a State level.
- Have a minimum of five (5) years practical experience (to have been completed within the last 8 years) after license issuance in the rehabilitation, troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of electrical generating and power transfer equipment.
- Be a graduate of a State approved/accredited or military program that provides formal training in electrical generating power transfer equipment and diesel engines.
- Have five (5) years’ experience (to have been completed within the last 8 years) in rehabilitation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of electrical generating and power transfer equipment.
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