Our Partner is looking for a highly skilled and motivated Field Service Technician interested in joining one of the nation's leading providers of medium and low voltage switchgear.
Field Service Technicians are responsible for ensuring the end to end safety, quality and performance of Company equipment across the US and Canada. This includes performing installations, preventative maintenance, and corrective maintenance.
The ideal candidate thinks critically, can work well in a team setting, and is a problem solver. In addition, the ideal candidate will:
Adhere to Company's current safety and quality standards
Complete all site documentation in in a timely manner; including but not limited to, weekly time sheets, Signed service and repair order, materials used and report writing.
Provide regular and clear communication regarding work schedule to Field Operations Scheduler and District Service Manager
Maintain flexible work hours, which will include over time and periodic weekend support
Be available to travel extensively
Comply with the Company's standard operating procedures, documentation processes, safety processes and protocols.
Coordinate with the Company's Project Management, customers, vendors, and labor support in a professional and customer-centric manner
Able to work in different roles from supporting the Manufacturing Department with in house fabrication, to overseeing small crews on installation projects.
Perform performance testing on the Company's equipment and components, including but not limited to; insulation testing (megger testing), Ductor, Hi Potential testing, torque tests and mechanical / functional testing.
Perform regular inspections of any issued vehicle or calibrated equipment/tools.
Two or more years as a shop and / or field electrical / breaker technician.
Exhibit basic knowledge of Electrical Industry manufacturing standards. Specific standards include sections of ANSI IEEE C37 applicable to the design and manufacture of breakers and switchgear.
Basic knowledge of the following: ANSI IEEE device function numbers; ampacities of electrical conductors in switchgear applications
Basic knowledge of electrical air and surface creepage clearance requirements.
Demonstrate basic knowledge in the design and manufacture of bus and structural modification projects.
Basic knowledge in writing accurate and complete test reports, project summaries and has the ability to explain basic anomalies found on a given project.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic electrical theory and control circuits i.e.: Ohm's Law; Basic AC and DC theory.
Basic familiarity with contactor and circuit breaker schematics (Preferred).
Basic understanding of hi potential testing (Preferred)
Basic understanding of low resistance testing (Preferred).
Ability to assist other senior level technicians with maintenance, repair, installation, upgrades and retro fills on the Company's switchgear and power control rooms
Provide support to services manufacturing group. May consist of construction, installation, wiring and testing.
Basic working knowledge of mechanical and electrical functional testing of circuit breakers and electrical switchgear (Preferred).
NICET Level 1 certification (Preferred).
HUET / Offshore Survival Training (Will be provided if the candidate is not currently certified).
NFPA 70E Trained (Preferred / Training can be provided).
OSHA 10 / 30 Trained (Preferred / Training can be provided).
Duties will include local and domestic travel, PCR installation, switchgear installation, PowlVac breakers, as well as trouble shooting, testing and repair of mentioned items.
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