NETA Field Service Technician/Engineer-Electrical Testing
NETA Field Service Technician/Engineer-Electrical Testing/Maintenance
Our client is seeking qualified professionals to increase their field service group. They understand that making a job a career is more than just day-to-day responsibilities; it's the support you get. They offer a variety of benefits including medical, dental, and 401k. Our client is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
Education & Experience: Technical school graduate and or engineering degree Minimum of 3 - 5 years experience testing and evaluating low, medium and high voltage electrical power systems Certified as a NETA or NICET technicians, or equivalent Utility, manufacturer or other technical training
Job Responsibilities: Read and understand electrical one line drawings Perform all aspects of testing and maintenance of electrical power distribution systems including start up and commissioning. Inspect, Test, Maintain, Troubleshoot and Repair the following low, medium, and high voltage electrical distribution equipment: - Automatic Transfer Switches - Circuit breakers - Conductors - Relays - Starters - Switchgears - Transformers Perform power system studies such as Short Circuit & Coordination, Arc Flash and Load Flow Operate an infrared thermography camera, and diagnose equipment accordingly Write complete, detailed electronic reports promptly after project completion.
Other Required Skills: Strong computer skills: including proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite Effective written and oral communication skills to maintain relationships with managers and clients.
Required Training: Certified NETA III or higher Strong understanding of NETA Acceptance and Maintenance Testing Specifications, NFPA70B and Industry Codes & Standards. Training in OSHA Electrical Safety and NFPA70E safety guidelines. Current knowledge of NEC, NFPA-70E, Electrical Classifications, IEEE/ANSI and other applicable design standards and guidelines.