General Electric Journeyman Electrician General in West Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Job Description Summary
Key Responsibilities/Essential Functions Include:
Perform a wide variety of electrical and/or electronic installations, troubleshooting, maintenance work on plant electrical systems and equipment (including Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and robotics) involved in production and testing to insure power, lighting and test reliability.
Install complex circuits and distribution centers in conformance with plans and codes. Install switches, panels, electronic devices and other gear necessary for central and subsidiary controls
Troubleshoot (i.e., determine source of problem and make corrections) electrical and electronic malfunctions repairing or replacing defective apparatus.
Work from wire diagrams, schematic drawings and codebook; complete Work Orders as required or directed
Use all required electrical and electronic measuring and test devices. Comply with prescribed safety precautions.
Work from general oral and/or written instructions to complete projects with little or no direction from others.
Requires a broad knowledge of applied trade practices and techniques.
Provide technical direction and lay out work for electricians of lower classifications.
The above statements reflect a general description of the major functions of the job and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the classifications.
Have completed State of Wisconsin indentured apprentice program as an Electrician.
Have and maintain a license to install, repair and maintain electrical wiring in the State of WI
Have demonstrated working knowledge of AC/DC theory at the level of application necessary to set up, operate, and repair electrical/electronic instrumentation and equipment (such knowledge will usually be obtained in advanced electrical/electronic college level courses).
Must be free of physical impairments, which would limit the individual’s ability to safely work from platforms and ladders; must not have acrophobia.
Able to discriminate visually to perform various checks*
Able to discriminate auditorially to perform noise checks*
Able to discriminate via sense of smell all necessary checks*
Bending motions from waist required*
Able to handle/lift/push/pull various assemblies*
Able to push/pull/lift 50 lbs on a repetitive basis without assistance*
Repetitive hand and wrist motion required*
Must be able to work in confined areas, cannot be claustrophobic*
Extended period of standing/sitting*
The above listed physical elements are generic to the overall job classification and may vary by individual job assignments.
Quality Specific Goals:
Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required
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