Operational Technical Services (OTS) is one of the fastest growing private water and wastewater utility staffing providers in the country. We provide certified water treatment, distribution, wastewater treatment, collections, engineering, laboratory, water quality, maintenance, and training professionals to municipalities, special districts, and private utilities throughout the country. OTS offers temporary, temp to hire, direct hire and emergency on-call opportunities including great benefits.
Operational Technical Services, (OTS), is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colors, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
LOCATION: Central Valley
POSITION: Electrician Supervisor
CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED: No certifications required
JOB SUMMARY: The Electrician Supervisor will plan, schedule, obtain materials for, supervise, and inspect the maintenance, repair, operation, and alterations of electrical systems of City buildings, pumping stations, treatment facilities, and equipment. This position may occasionally perform or assist with more complicated and/or difficult tasks.
SCHEDULE: TBD Based off company needs. Must be able to work standby, holidays, weekends and overtime as required.
SALARY: Ranges from $32.55 to $54.00 based off of experience + Benefits
- Supervise and participate in the installation, maintenance, and repair of police and fire communications systems and equipment, including the repair and replacement of defective underground cables on these systems
- Supervise electrical motor work including the installation and lubrication of bearings, replacement of brushes and riggings, repairing controls, switches, and overload relays.
- Plan, organize, coordinate, and supervise the work of electricians, craft workers and other personnel assigned
- Provide technical assistance and recommendations for electrical maintenance, repair, and alteration of City-owned and leased facilities, including but not limited to service panels, load centers, generators, motor's and required controls, lighting systems, and other electrical systems, equipment, and material
- Plan, organize, and supervise electrical testing, preventive and corrective maintenance at City facilities including water treatment plants (potable and wastewater), storm and sewer lift stations, reservoirs, and booster stations. Equipment at these facilities consists of motors that operate with motor circuit voltages up to 4,160 volts and power transformers with primary circuit voltages of up to 21,000 volts
- Anticipate the need for materials needed by subordinates and order when required; reorder and keep needed supplies in stock
- Check time sheets, mileage sheets, and work reports prepared and submitted by electricians
- Operate equipment, used in the construction, alteration, and repair of electrical equipment and parts
- Develop preventative maintenance schedules and replacement programs
- Prepare and/or obtain estimates for contract maintenance and assigned projects; schedule and inspect performance of the work for both in-house and contract services
- Develop safety standards and procedures complying with CAL-OSHA and other authorities
- Develop, supervise, and implement work plans and work schedules for work units
- Collect, maintain, monitor, and utilize a variety of records and information using written and computerized management information systems related to the work and work units assigned
- Monitor and provide a variety of reports to track costs, quantities, performance, productivity, work plans and assignments, predictive and preventative maintenance schedules, and associated budgets for work and work units assigned
- Coordinate and supervise emergency repairs
- Develop and maintain records, drawings, and manuals
- Develop operating instructions, safety, and maintenance procedures
- Establish and conduct training programs
- Evaluate and make recommendations concerning supplies and equipment offered by vendors for possible use in the City
- Maintain status of electrical maintenance tasks and projects
- Schedule and coordinate work with other sections and divisions
- Review project documents prior to construction
- Performs other duties as assigned by direct supervisor
ESSENTIAL JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
- Equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade
- Ability to communicate clearly in English (verbally and written)
- Valid Driver’s License
- Minimum of three year of experience comparable to a journeyman level electrician with at least six months of supervisor experience
SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
- Employee frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. Employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl
- Employee must regularly lift and or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and or move up to 50 pounds