APTIM Low Voltage Electrician in Kingsbay, Georgia

Job Summary

The electrical journey-level position requires a well-rounded, highly trained, and experienced individual. With abilities usually acquired through a formal apprenticeship program and on-the-job experience. General duties include: installs, services, and repairs of electrical equipment in residential, commercial, and industrial environments. Replaces defective circuit breakers, switches, fuses, and other electrical wiring devices. Applies knowledge of electrical theory in analyzing and troubleshooting of electrical systems or equipment such as generators, transformers, switchboards, motors, motor controllers, circuit breakers, and conduit systems. Follows blueprints, drawings, or other relevant engineering specifications. Uses a variety of electrician's hand tools and testing and measurement instruments. Installs conduit using threading, cutting, and bending equipment and tools. May performs other related duties as assigned.

Strongly Preferred : AMMO-29 Certification (Electrical Explosive Safety for Naval Facilities)

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school graduate or equivalent.

  • Must possess at least oneof the following:

  • Certification from an accredited technical school's Electrical Maintenance level 2 program

  • Completion of an approved/certified apprenticeship program with a minimum of three (3) years working in the industrial electrical field

  • Minimum two (2) years verifiable experience as a journey-level Electrician in the field of commercial and industrial plant electrical maintenance working with systems of 600 VAC and below.

  • Must have proven ability to read and comprehend electrical blueprints and wiring schematics.

  • Must have knowledge of and be able to use electrical testing instruments

  • Must have a proven troubleshooting ability, using a systematic approach and the repair of AC and DC electrical control systems including motors, motor controls, transformers, switchgear, electrical panels, and other associated equipment.

  • Must have strong background in control wiring and troubleshooting and basic knowledge High school graduate or equivalent.

  • Must have proven ability to read and comprehend electrical blueprints and wiring schematics.

  • Must have knowledge of and be able to use electrical testing instruments

  • Must have a proven troubleshooting ability, using a systematic approach and the repair of AC and DC electrical control systems including motors, motor controls, transformers, switchgear, electrical panels, and other associated equipment.

  • Must have strong background in control wiring and troubleshooting and basic knowledge of solid-state circuitry (electronics) milli-volts, mill-amp components; be familiar with permissive circuits on both AC and DC circuits

  • Ability to read and interpret NEC ® Table 310.16 reproduced in the Ugly's manual wire size and conduit fill requirements and the ability to install as necessary

  • Ability to read and interpret electrical designs, prepare and report on electrical project status and complete as-builts.

  • Must be able to work at heights with mechanical lifting devices (i.e. man lifts) up to 300 feet.

  • Must be capable of obtaining license to operator mechanical lifting devices up to and including 132 feet.

  • Must be CPR certified.

  • Must have and wear at all times, hard-toed safety shoes which meet ASTM F2413-05 standards.

  • Must possess a valid state driver's license.

  • Must possess the standard tools of the trade.

  • Successful candidate will be subject to a government security investigation and must continually meet eligibility requirements for access to all areas of Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Physical Requirements (Activities performed during a typical day):

  • Walking: Frequent

  • Standing: Frequent

  • Climbing: Working up to 300 feet

  • Stooping/Bending: Frequent

  • Lifting: Up to 50 lbs.

  • Personal Protective Equipment will be required.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may make their request known by e-mailing HRQuestions@cbifederalservices.com or calling 855.343.5600 for assistance.