Bethel University

  • Master Electrician

    Posted Date 1 month ago(6/15/2018 10:43 AM)
    ID
    2018-1219
    Position Number
    TRF004
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Facilities Management
    Type
    Full-Time
    FLSA Status
    Non-Exempt
    Months per year
    12
    Benefit Eligible
    Benefit Eligible
  • Job Summary

    Maintain the electrical and lighting systems throughout the college campus to provide safe, efficient and comfortable environment for students, staff and guests. Insures diagnosis and correction of problems and issues as they occur.

    Responsibilities

    • Repair, Install and troubleshoot maintenance equipment on the campus. 
    • Work on electrical projects. 
    • Maintain Life Safety equipment, campus stand-by generation systems,fire alarm panels. 
    • Repair and replace lights and keep inventory up to date. 
    • Work with electrical vendors and contractors. 
    • Master Electricians License will be required to be Master of record for Bethel University. 
    • Assist/support other departments within Facilities Management as needed.

    Required Skills

    • Master “A” Electricians license- State of Minnesota
    • Must be aware of the dangers associated with electrical work and understand steps to ensure the safety of self and others.
    • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
    • Must possess strong organizational skills and be capable of working independently and as a team member in varied situations.

     

    Required Experience

    5 years of experience with Electrical systems in a School / Institutional setting.

    Required Education

    High School Degree, or equivalent, required

    Additional Information

    • Must be able to work outside in very cold and hot conditions. Be able to work on roofs, ladders, and on lifts. Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
    • Complies with environmental health and safety requirements and procedures as outlined in University and State policies and directives.
    • This position is considered essential personnel and must be available outside of normal work hours if needed to support contingency operations such as snow removal or support of special events.
    • Summer maintenance work presents unique demands on the department and vacation opportunities are normally limited during Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends due to graduation and welcome week events. Also, vacations are normally limited beginning the first full week of August through Labor Day due to the wrap-up of summer projects and preparation for the start of the school year.
    • 40 hours week/12 months

     

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