B-Card Journeyman Electrician

Location
Chicago
Posted
Jul 12, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
About The Unit:

Unit Job Summary: Journeyman Electrician: Responsible for maintenance, repair, troubleshooting and minor installation of all types of electrical systems, devices and equipment. Performs duties throughout University buildings, property and facilities, in accordance with University standards and procedures. Maintain, repair, troubleshoot, and replace, including the performance of minor installations, electrical systems or equipment that operate in all campus voltage ranges, both alternating and direct current. Plan jobs as necessary, including task analysis, materials and tool lists and minor sketches, using either manual or computerized systems. Work from blue prints, manufacturers' manuals, electrical circuiting and wiring diagrams or other relevant documentation, as required. Helps introduce new employees to shop protocol, procedures and campus applications and equipment. Instructs apprentices where applicable. Requisitions materials and supplies using in-house procedures as needed. Keeps working area safe and clean. Uses computers to enter and access job-related information. Wears and/or uses appropriate safety equipment. Undertakes training related to job duties as deemed necessary by the University. Performs job-related duties as may be assigned.

Unit Education: High school diploma or GED required. Current valid driver's license required. Completion of an advanced job-related training programs or a job-related associates degree (AA) preferred.

Unit Experience: Experience sufficient to qualify as a journeyman electrician required. Minimum of five years actual work in the trade, including apprentice or vocational training required. Working knowledge of Chicago electrical code requirements required.

Unit Job Function Competencies: Demonstrated ability to access computer programs and use or learn basic computer operations related to position requirements required. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret documents required. Demonstrated ability to write routine reports required. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in English both orally or in writing required. Demonstrated ability to perform mathematical functions relevant to the position required. Demonstrated ability to problem solve required. Working knowledge of National Fire Protection (NFPA) code requirements preferred.