Electrician, Maintenance - Able to Obtain Secret Clearance
- Job Category: Installation, Maintenance & Repair
- Travel: Yes, 75 % of the Time
- Clearance: Able to Obtain Secret
- Shift: Evening Job
- Req ID: TRU01203
From requirements and design to operations, logistics and support, customers come to Truestone, an Akima Company , because we’ve earned their trust at every stage of the lifecycle for complex systems and networks. Our personnel enjoy competitive benefits packages and challenging roles in work environments committed to innovation, diversity and opportunity for career growth. As an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), 100% of our company’s profits go back to our more than 14,000 Iñupiat shareholders that have resided near and above the Arctic Circle for more than 10,000 years. Our business helps support their way of life and contributes to the survival of a culture that has thrived in a challenging environment.
Installs and tests a variety of electrical lines and circuits to components, devices, and fixtures in military shelters and vans, e.g., distribution boxes, monitoring panels, time and temperature relays, pressure and motor switches, lighting, fans, receptacles, etc.
Installs wire mold, raceways and/or conduits and fittings, replaces or installs wires by pulling wire through wire mold or conduit and connecting to electric fixtures or components, etc.
Disassembles, repairs, troubleshoots, and/or replaces wire mold, wires, and electrical components and devices.
Builds or fabricates and wires phase meter boxes, power distribution boxes, and other meter boxes, as needed.
Performs disassembly and assembly work in a number of shelters and vans.
Disassembly work includes removing various types of radio equipment, teletype equipment, etc., from racks; unscrewing, removing and tagging the racks; removing raceways, lights, and/or cable if required; replacing rusted bolts; preparing inside shelter for painting by taping and masking areas identified for painting; removing rotted wire, etc.
Assembly work involves installing lights; replacing nuts and bolts; installing equipment racks; etc. Participates as a member of a team in the repair and installation of equipment both in-house and on TDY assignments.
Work involves frequent standing, stooping, climbing, bending and kneeling, and occasionally in cramped and awkward positions within shelters and vans. Work is usually performed inside well lighted, adequately heated and ventilated areas.
Occasionally works outside in inclement weather and when on TDY assignments.
Required to wear safety clothing and equipment appropriate for the position.
Required to lift and handle objects weighing up to 40 pounds; often lifts and moves heavier objects with the assistance of other workers, lifting devices, and aids such as movable tables and jacks. Required to use ladders in the performance of duties.
May involve high voltage work.
Work in vans/shelters may be dusty.
Subject to cuts, bruises, scrapes, sprains.
Must be able troubleshoot, disassemble, repair electrical components and perform overhaul of vans and shelters, repair and install equipment into systems.
Must be able to test a variety of electrical lines and circuits, perform overhaul of distribution boxes, motor controls, lighting, fans and receptacles.
Must be able to install wire mold, raceways, and conduit in shelters and vans.
Must be able to solder, use hand and power tools
Must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions, as well as the ability to read, understand and interpret drawings, schematics, and blueprints and fabricate and repair electronic components in accordance with drawings, standard work documents, technical reference orders, technical manuals, technical orders, etc.
Must have knowledge of the National Electrical Code.
Must have basic knowledge of Electronics Theory and applications
Must be able to fabricate and overhaul cable assemblies, switch boxes and power distribution boxes (Electrical and Electronics).
Must be able to use common hand tools such as wire cutters, strippers, crimpers, and heat guns.
Must be able to follow both written and oral instructions.
Must be able to work on Power Systems.
Must be a US Citizen able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.