Journeyman Electrician

Vacancy ID

BBBH1084065

Location

Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Job Type

Permanent

Job description

Our client, a major O&G company, is seeking a Journeyman Electrician to work within their facilities located in North Slope, Alaska.

Job overview:

The Journeyman will be responsible for performing the full range of journey-level electrical work, including installation and maintenance of industrial electrical systems. This position works with high and low voltage systems and performs all work in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC).

Day to day duties:

  • Review conduit drawings, schematics, and electrical drawings and specifications to determine work requirements.
  • Install repair and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic benders, knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Perform camp maintenance when required.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring.
  • Estimate cost, time and materials for electrical projects.
  • Maintain accurate inventory of electrical parts, equipment and related manuals.
  • Prepare reports and conduct safety audits.
  • Supervise and coordinate the work of apprentice electricians and other crew members.

Previous experience / education required:

  • Must be a High School graduate or have passed the General Educational Development exam.
  • Minimum of 4 years and/or 8,000 hours related experience along with an Electrician License.
  • Working knowledge of PLC's (programmable logic controls) and distributed control systems.
  • Experience in the O&G industry in the Arctic environment is preferred.