Polk County

 

Industrial Electrician I, II, III

Winter Haven, Florida

Winter Haven, FL

Order: 73294

Order Type : Direct Hire

CODE 1424, 1425, 1426

PG-P15, P17, P20

NON-EXEMPT

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN I, II, III

(Utilities Operations)

Pay Ranges:

Industrial Electrician I: $18.16/hr. - $27.10/hr. ($37,772.80 - $56,368.00/annually)

Industrial Electrician II: $19.61/hr. - $29.32/hr. ($40,788.80 - $60,985.60/annually)

Industrial Electrician III: $21.80/hr. - $32.58/hr. ($45,344.00 - $67,766.40/annually)

Shift: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (40 hours/week)

Location: 1011 Jim Keene Blvd Winter Haven, FL 33880

Health Benefits Package, Including Paid Holidays

*** This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement***

Must have the physical developmental and mental ability to perform job tasks, work efforts, responsibilities and duties of the job illustrated below:

ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES

Industrial Electrician I & II

The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Duties may vary based on area of assignment.

Performs electrical repairs and preventative maintenance on control system in a water and wastewater environment with multiple critical processes. Installs, troubleshoots and repairs controls and instrumentation as needed to upgrade and update obsolete equipment including incoming electrical services. Test motors, generators, lighting and power distribution systems. Troubleshoots and repairs motor controls.

Troubleshoots and repairs controls and electrical on heavy industrial equipment including drives, generators, up to 4,160 volt power distribution equipment. Maintains and troubleshoots large horsepower motors. Calibrates control equipment to factory specifications including flow meters, pressure transducers, temperature transducers, and vibration sensing equipment. Tests and performs preventative and predictive maintenance on motor control systems and AC/DC motors. Troubleshoots equipment using PLC controls using ladder logic diagrams using PLC controls and electrical run sheets. Uses technical manuals and prints to isolate and repair wastewater control systems. Maintains and updates an effective electrical maintenance PM program ensuring all equipment is maintained on a periodic schedule in a timely manner.

Calibrates and maintains instruments including, pH meters, CL2 analyzers, DO meters and other instruments using a 4-20ma control signal. Repairs and maintains an extensive lighting protection system in support of building maintenance. Install new conduit, boxes, and panels and pull wire to code as needed to support equipment upgrades.

Performs other related duties as required and assigned.

Industrial Electrician III

The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Duties may vary based on area of assignment.

Performs specialized electrical work associated with installation, programming, repairs and preventive maintenance on control systems in a major industrial plant environment, major building complex, water and wastewater facilities with multiple critical processes, off-site operations, and related facilities. Installs, programs, calibrates, trouble shoots, and/or repairs new and existing controls, instrumentation and electronic equipment as needed to upgrade and update obsolete equipment which may include variable frequency drives, flow meters, transducers, generators, transfer switches, programmable logic controls, integrated controls, motor control panels including incoming electrical services, branch circuits, sub-feeders, lift station panels, telemetry systems, or antennas at utility plants and related facilities. Tests motors, generators, lightning protection and power distribution systems. Troubleshoots and repairs variable frequency drives and other motor controls. Supervises other technicians in the repair and maintenance of processing equipment and/or building support systems.

Troubleshoots and repairs controls and electrical on heavy industrial equipment including drives, generators, up to 4,160 volt power distribution equipment. Maintains and troubleshoots large horsepower motors. Calibrates control equipment to factory specifications including flow meters, pressure transducers, temperature transducers, and vibration sensing equipment. Tests and performs preventative and predictive maintenance on motor control systems and AC/DC motors. Performs as lead electrical technician organizing and supervising technicians during upgrades and repairs of complex electrical systems. Plans jobs and assigns duties as needed.

Troubleshoots and writes ladder logic diagrams using PLC controls and electrical run sheets. Uses technical manuals and prints to isolate and repair wastewater control systems. Operates, maintains, updates and repairs sophisticated electrical power distribution controls. Operates telemetry computer to program monitor, and control lift stations.

Troubleshoots telemetry computer problems, lift stations; program lift station configuration; designs and builds electrical controls; builds screens and control logic assists the Scada Administrator on Scada operations and performance of Scada System, generates trend data and reports; modifies configuration of external hardware. Reviews, oversees, and inspects projects with electrical controls.

Maintains and updates an effective electrical maintenance PM program ensuring all equipment is maintained on a periodic schedule in a timely manner. Calibrates and maintains instruments including, pH meters, CL2 analyzers, DO meters and other instruments using a 4-20ma control signal. Repairs and maintains an extensive lighting protection system in support of building maintenance. Install new conduit, boxes, and panels and pull wire to code as needed to support equipment upgrades.

Performs other related duties as required and assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS

Industrial Electrician I & II

Ability to read and understand construction and electrical blue prints and schematics. Ability to work from technical sketches and blue prints.

Ability to see colors, ambulate independently, bend, stoop, sit, drive from work site to provide plant maintenance inspections and to lift up to forty (40) pounds. Ability to speak in a manner that can be understood and make written notations/prepare reports/perform mathematical tasks. Ability to work with and around various chemicals. Ability to perform tasks that require eye and hand coordination. Ability to use multi-hand and/or foot controls. Ability to plan and work from oral and written instructions. Based on area of assignment, must have the ability to conform to confined space entry procedures and use of safety equipment including respirator equipment per Polk County requirements.

Must use electronic test equipment for measuring equipment parameters, i.e., voltage, current, resistance and frequency meters. Operational experience in the use of vibration and infrared sensing equipment for the detection of equipment faults. Use of Meggers and Direct Reading Earth Testers to measure ground to electrode resistance.

Industrial Electrician III

Ability to read and understand construction and electrical blue prints and schematics. Ability to work from technical sketches and blue prints. Ability to see colors, ambulate independently, bend, stoop, sit, drive from work site to provide plant maintenance inspections and to lift up to forty (40) pounds. Ability to speak in a manner that can be understood and make written notations/prepare reports/perform mathematical tasks. Ability to work with and around various chemicals. Ability to perform tasks that require eye and hand coordination. Ability to use multi-hand and/or foot controls. Ability to plan and work from oral and written instructions. Based on area of assignment, must have the ability to conform to confined space entry procedures and use of safety equipment including respirator equipment per Polk County requirements.

Must use electronic test equipment for measuring equipment parameters, i.e., voltage, current, resistance and frequency meters. Operational experience in the use of vibration and infrared sensing equipment for the detection of equipment faults. Use of Meggers and Direct Reading Earth Testers to measure ground to electrode resistance, oscilloscopes, function generators and electronic test equipment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Industrial Electrician I & II

High School diploma or equivalent and five (5) years of electrical experience in industrial motor controls, including PLC programming knowledge and experience maintaining electronics instruments in accordance with technical specifications, experience with test meters for measuring current, voltage and resistance and have worked from wiring schematics and prints to accomplish repairs. Must be familiar with and utilize the NEC 70 and 780 standards. Must be able to determine problems commonly associated with motors, generators, and service.

Must have a valid drivers license and be able to secure a valid Florida drivers license at the time of employment within this classification.

A comparable amount of related training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.

Industrial Electrician III

High School diploma or equivalent and ten (10) years of electrical experience in industrial motor controls. Extensive PLC programming knowledge and experience maintaining electronics instruments in accordance with technical specifications, experience with test meters for measuring current, voltage and resistance and have worked from wiring schematics and prints to accomplish repairs; or an equivalent combination of relevant education or experience. Must be familiar with and utilize the NEC 70 and 780 standards. Must be able to determine problems commonly associated with motors, generators, and service.

Must have a valid drivers license and be able to secure a valid Florida drivers license at the time of employment within this classification.

A comparable amount of related training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications with the exception of the required licenses/certifications

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Industrial Electrician I

Must have home telephone at the time of employment as employee is subject to standby and/or call out for emergencies. Employee will assist with any necessary emergency work.

Industrial Electrician II

Must possess a Journeyman Electrician License.

Must have home telephone at the time of employment as employee is subject to standby and/or call out for emergencies. Employee will assist with any necessary emergency work.

Industrial Electrician III

Must possess a Masters Electrician License.

Must have home telephone at the time of employment as employee is subject to standby and/or call out for emergencies. Employee will assist with supervision and participation in any necessary emergency work.

SPECIAL PREFERENCES

Industrial Electrician I, II, III

  • Experience in water and wastewater operations and processes.

  • Working knowledge needed to maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

  • Experience in electronic troubleshooting methods and soldering skills.

  • Familiarity with large motor drives and controls.

  • Experience maintaining control systems.

  • Experience with 4,160v (or higher) distribution systems.

  • Familiarity with and ability to utilize local Polk County codes.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

This position may be required to report for work when a declaration of emergency has been declared in Polk County.

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