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  • Electrician I/II
    Facilities Maintenance Zone 3
    Auburn University

    Job Summary
    Level I:
    Under close supervision, provides basic level skills and expertise regarding a wide array of building electrical systems and their associated components to accomplish routine maintenance, repair, and installation tasks.

    Level II:
    Under general supervision, provides journeyman level skills and expertise regarding a wide array of building electrical systems and their associated components to accomplish complex maintenance, repair, and installation tasks.

    Essential Functions
    Level I:
    1. Performs routine repairs on electrical system components. Tests and checks electrical circuits,
    equipment, and appliances using appropriate testing instruments. Replaces faulty switches, sockets, wiring, and other common 120V electrical systems components such as lighting fixtures, tubes, ballasts, receptacles, switches, circuit breakers, and occupancy sensor relays.
    2. Performs the installation of basic electrical system components, to include switches, outlets, lights, fans, appliances, circuit breakers, and associated wiring.
    3. Assists in the execution of larger and more complex repair and installation projects involving service panels, feeders, branch circuits and specialized electrical systems such as lighting controls, generators, emergency and standby power systems, fire alarms, and motor controls.
    4. Ensures all work is performed in accordance with the National Electric Code.
    5. May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification
    Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel”.
    6. May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an on- call period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within fortyfive minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.

    Level II:
    1. Performs routine and moderately complex maintenance and repairs on all building internal electrical systems and building controls, to include 120V internal building power distribution systems, fluorescent and specialty lighting systems, service panels, feeders, branch circuits and specialized electrical systems such as lighting controls, generators, emergency and standby power systems, fire alarms, motor controls, generators, pumps, fans, air conditioning equipment, heating equipment, and laboratory equipment. Work involves voltages up to 480 volts and three phase power. Trouble shoots, assesses, and diagnoses systems problems and executes repairs as needed.
    2. Performs routine and moderately complex maintenance and repairs on all external building
    electrical power supply systems and controls, to include building electrical service feeders and associated electrical service panels, breakers, disconnects, and switches. Troubleshoots, assesses, and diagnoses system problems and executes repairs as needed.
    3. Performs routine and moderately complex installations of electrical equipment and power systems to include electrical service panels, interior electrical distribution systems, lighting systems, motors, generators, pumps, fans, air conditioning equipment, heating equipment, and laboratory equipment. Work involves voltages up to 480 volts and three phase power.
    4. May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification
    Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel”.
    5. May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an on- call period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within fortyfive minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.
 


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