As soon as possible
High school graduation with related shop courses preferred
Up to one month’s on-the-job training to learn location of equipment, supplies and hospital layout. Working knowledge of related sections of public building and safety codes
Must possess a valid California’s driver’s license with a clean DMV record
Working knowledge and training in electrical systems, schematics and relevant national, state and local codes.
Three to five years technical experience in working with: schematics and drawings; bending and installing conduit; and the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, fixtures and equipment.
Requires California Licensure or certification.
Install, maintain and repair electrical appliances, systems, facilities and related electrical controls and devices. Helps maintains buildings, grounds and equipment, as well as utilities and their use; attends maintenance and engineering activities with other departments, attends staff meetings, as well as safety and other meetings, as directed by the Director of Plant Operations.
Lifting Requirements: Work is medium. Lifts, carries, pushes or pulls a variety of materials (weighing up to 50 pounds) such as: cables, conduits, fixtures and testing equipment. When weights are heavier, are assisted by other crew members or uses mechanical equipment. Climbs, balances, stoops, kneels, and crouches to gain access to equipment, fingers small parts such as contacts and ends of wires when making connections. Reaches for and handles a variety of hand tools and meters. Near-visual acuity when reading blueprints and inspecting small parts. Depth perception, field of vision, and color vision are needed in making connections, soldering, welding and splicing wires. Works inside and outside, is exposed to hazards of electrical shocks and burns from heated equipment as well as falls from ladders or scaffolds, and noise from machinery.