High Voltage Electrician - San Diego

Opening HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICIAN CONTRACTOR SUPPORT (HVECS) San Diego Location San Diego CA Hours Monday-Friday 40 hours per week Pay TBD (1) Year Project with option to renew Benefits Direct Deposit Medical Dental Vision Minimum Requirements Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and at least 5 years of experience in the field. The HVECS shall have a strong knowledge and skill in the high voltage electricity trade and have obtained a minimum Level III Electrical Testing Technician (ETT) certification or equivalent proof of a four (4) year electrician apprenticeship program or 8 000 hours of electrical type training equivalent to such a program administered by an electric utility. Requires knowledge of electrical theory formulas and the mathematical skill in order to derive voltage current and power related formulas. Mathematics is required to help compute voltage current amps and other power related requirements. Employee must be able to read interpret standard construction blueprint and operating manuals. Has a basic knowledge of how the work relates to other trades. Is capable of using all electrical trade related tools and equipment. The HVECS shall also have the ability to drive a motorized vehicle and possess a valid California C driver s license and a Class B commercial license for operation of Overhead maintenance vehicle Boom truck and Digger Derrick Experience Requirements The HVECS shall have experience as a journeymen in overhead & underground distribution construction substations switchyards maintenance and repair (including splicing and termination of medium voltage cable 2400Vac to 69Kvac and DC voltages from 12Vdc to 300Vdc) troubleshooting using three-line single print and protection drawings experience in low voltage systems including but not limited to maintenance troubleshooting and repairing power breakers ability to maintain troubleshoot repair Utility Connected Photovoltaic Systems including both grounded and ungrounded and inverters. Experience to include installation maintenance and troubleshooting and repairing equipment in high voltage switchyards substations and power operations centers. Participation in special projects such as pre-commissioning checkout of new substations stage additions or substation inspections and commissioning preparation. HVECS shall have experience providing technical guidance and training to apprentice and other craft employees with the knowledge and skillsets below Knowledge of commonly used high voltage electric power- generating and distribution equipment such as generators transformers switches circuit breakers recording instruments and control systems Considered a Qualified Person which is one who has received training in and has demonstrated skills and knowledge in the construction and operation of electric equipment and installations and hazards involved Skill to replace and adjust mechanical contacts and tripping and time-delay intervals of circuit breakers and relays using feeler gages dressing tools and timing devices or to program electronic relays timers and trips using microprocessor programming equipment Skill to plan and carry through the troubleshooting and repair of high voltage generating controlling and distribution systems such as repairing switch gear installing and hooking up transformers locating defects in cables or selecting materials to make installations or repairs Skill to read and understand circuit diagrams of interconnects such as the generators buses switches and circuit breakers in a power-generating facility or the feeders substations transformers and interconnections of a distribution system in order to diagnose problems in the electrical system. In some installations they have skill to read electronic schematics in order to diagnose problems in the electronic control circuitry Skill in the use of test equipment such as oscilloscopes power quality meters insulation resistance tester high potential tester phase sticks phase rotation meters digital test equipment other electrical test equipment and cable locating and fault finding equipment Skill to diagnose and determine corrective action for electric power-controlling equipment such as switch gear transformer banks and circuit breakers in substations and power-generating facilities Skill to read circuit diagrams and perform troubleshooting layout and complete installation modification and repair on high voltage distribution systems such as repairing switchgear installing transformers and locating defects in cables Skill to splice wires cables by removing insulation scraping clean twisting together and soldering or connecting conductors with mechanical connectors splicing clamps and tape. Skill to form and seal various types of cable joints such as straight bridge cap sleeve vertical disc or knuckle joints. May splice lead covered cable Working knowledge of electronics to troubleshoot and replace circuit boards in the controls of equipment such as electronic circuit re-closers and other similar devices Skill in the use of hot-line tools and protective equipment such as wire tongs wire tong supports insulated tension links tie sticks insulated Skill in pole climbing to 50 with required equipment desirable Skill in installing and repair poles cross arms insulators guy wires and anchors to support power lines install over transformers and lighting arrestors switches fuses Major Duties The HVECS shall be skilled and knowledgeable in maintaining repairing trouble-shooting monitoring installing and operating high voltage electrical systems including but not limited to transformers switching stations distribution and transmission lines circuit breakers substations control panels and building systems. The HVECS shall be capable of using all tools and equipment applicable to the high voltage electrician trade. The HVECS shall have working knowledge relating to working high voltage systems and able to become a qualified person per NESC NEC NFPA 70E. Comply with safe clearance procedures and safety rules and regulations The HVECS shall work alone or with other workers to perform simple or complex tasks while following appropriate and safe procedures. The HVECS shall perform outages and support construction activities as necessary. Visual and sensory perception along with hand-eye coordination is required to operate equipment detect deficiencies and make repairs diagnose problems and make installment of devices equipment parts etc. The HVECS shall have a good familiarity of NAVFAC SW Safety and Health Requirement manual instructions agency equipment regulations and directives. The HVECS shall have knowledge in new construction and maintenance of distribution systems Sub Station maintenance including medium voltage (5kv-69kv) breakers air sf6 gas oil and vacuum switches Load Tap Changing Power Transformers protective relays (mechanical and analog & digital data processors) and control battery systems (24Vdc to 128Vdc) To apply Please submit an employment application by email to info(at)hpcemployment.com or by fax to (310) 756-1562. An application can be obtained from our website at www.hpcemployment.com



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