Minneapolis, Minnesota 55111
What: Utility Scale Power Plant
Location: Multiple sites throughout Minnesota
Start Date: July 2017
Standard Shift: 6 days; 9 hours daily Monday – Friday
Project Duration: First site schedule to finish October 2017; others schedule to finish December 2017
Compensation: Hourly + Per Diem – 7 Days a Week [if worked 5 days]
Position Summary: The Journeyman Electrician will work within a team to perform a variety of task as required to build a new utility PV systems including installation, quality control, keeping schedule, problem solving, completion of solar farm, and commissioning of solar farms. Top priority is accomplishing this in a safe and professional manner for employee, company and client have a successful experience.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Verify that applicable equipment and PV systems are installed according to contract documents, manufacturer recommendations and industry accepted best practices.
- Identify unsafe work or operating conditions and take proper action to neutralize hazards.
- Work as a solar farm crew member on an as needed basis with the Construction department.
- Cutting, bending, threading and running electrical conduit materials.
- Experience running rigid conduit preferred
- Must be able to bend offset, 3 points, 4 points saddles, 90' s etc.
- DC and AC testing included but not limited to polarity, open circuit voltage, grounding continuity, insulation resistance testing.
- * Conducting non-electrical duties at times to include PV Installations activities and more
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- Must hold current Minnesota Electrical License
- Be willing to take background and drug test
- Must have 4-5 yrs. experience as a commercial or industrial journeyman electrical with new construction
- 1+ years in Utility Scale Power Plant project experienced highly preferred
- Knowledge of National Electrical Code and standard design/construction practices
- Clear understanding of OSHA safe workplace practices and procedure
- Ability to read and understand electrical single-line and three-line diagrams
- Ability to complete tasks with minimal oversight
- Work is to be performed in the field hot and cold weather
- Must be able to comply with all safety standards and procedures. PPE personal protective equipment is required (including but not limited to; hard hat, steel toed shoes, rubber insulated gloves, safety glasses, hearing protection, vest)
- Must have the ability to sit, stoop, kneel, bend, stand, or walk short distances for 8-10 hours a day.
- Must be able to lift, push, or pull up to 50 pounds on an occasional basis.