Working Foreman-Field Electrician

Company Name:
Northeast Utilities
Job Description: AS STATED IN NUP 64, NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR A SYSTEM JOB POSTING. IN ADDITION, EMPLOYEES NEED TO INFORM THEIR SUPERVISOR WHEN APPLYING FOR A POSTED JOB. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: An Associate's degree in Industrial Electricity, Electronics, Engineering or equivalent experience working as a Field Electrician I for a minimum of 24 months is required. Individual must be able to perform the duties of a Field Electrician I. Other requirements include: an understanding of and ability to apply electrical theory; the ability to perform math functions, operate test equipment, interpret electrical drawings and technical manuals; and utilize computer systems and power and hand tools. Individual must also have the ability to communicate effectively, follow instructions, and train and instruct others. A valid motor vehicle operator's license and a proven safe driving record are required. Applicant may be required to successfully complete the EEI CAST aptitude test. Qualified candidates must submit a resume with their application. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: The individual will supervise, plan, schedule, and perform the operation, testing, repair, and maintenance of electrical equipment on distribution lines, in substations and associated facilities. The individual will also be responsible for training and instructing personnel in proper methods and practices; reviewing substation inspection data and initiating corrective action; maintaining stock of parts needed for maintenance of equipment; planning and directing switching on the system; interpreting and implementing company policy, practices and safety rules in the supervision of employees and resolution of personnel problems; and interviewing applicants and recommending hiring or transfer; appraising subordinates and recommending promotions, demotions and discipline.

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