Electrician - Maintenance A
Description: Determines routing of wires and conduits and determines location and method of installing such electrical units as switches, outlets, junction boxes, rectifiers, transformers and generators on electrical parts of all building facilities branch circuits feeding machine tools and other fixed equipment. Installations shall guided by trade practice, blueprints, wiring diagrams and state, municipal and underwriters' specifications, codes and ordinances. Determines advisability or need for repair or replacement with a new unit, best and safest method of restoring interrupted service and necessity and type of scaffolding to use. Computes wire gauge, power and load limit requirements when this information is not furnished using charts and handbooks considering such factors as amperage, load and distance to power supply.
Installs, tests, troubleshoots, and maintains such equipment as large three phase motors, transformer banks, welding generators, panels having several circuits involving interlocking switches, relays, and/or time controls, new safety devices, power panels, power sub-stations, and electrical units in electrically powered, mobile equipment. Uses precision measuring devices and instruments, to check or test circuits for overload and circuit amplitude. Does complete rebuilding and rewinding of motors and generators. Does repair and installation work on large cables such as splicing, tapping, and insulating a "T" high voltage tap in 500,000 circular mill wire. Troubleshoots on hot circuits. May be required to be certified under Federal, State, or Local Codes and Ordinances.
Installs, tests, repairs, troubleshoots and performs maintenance and repair of conventional electronic controls, devices any systems.
Performs mechanical operations necessary to the dismantling, disassembly, repair, assembly and installation of electrical units.
May assist the Electronics Electrician - Maintenance "A" and the Electrician Maintenance "A" - R & A as required.
May be required to operate electronic data entry, storage, processing, and/or retrieval equipment as a routine part of accomplishing their normal job assignments.
Please identify "basic qualifications" and "desired" skills for this position. The skills listed below will be displayed to all job seekers on the web. They will help you make and justify a selection decision. Recruiters will also use these skills to prepare search criteria when sourcing resumes. Basic qualifications are those that the candidate must absolutely possess in order to be selected for the position, and Desired Skills are those skills that would set a candidate apart from the others.
Performs installation, maintenance, and repairs on line manufacturing equipment. Locates and diagnoses failures, replaces defective components, and performs basic troubleshooting using standard electronic equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches, specifications, prints, manuals, and verbal and/or written instructions. May redesign basic optical, vacuum, electrical, electronic, or mechanical systems for incorporation on existing manufacturing equipment. May estimate labor and equipment costs and prepare requisitions as required. Maintains appropriate maintenance, inventory, and repair logs. Uses a variety of hand, power, and test tools and equipment. Perform analysis on Logistics Test and Evaluations as it pertains to Support Equipment. Enter data into the Logistics Management System. May be required to perform the role of test director for Reliability and Maintainability Demonstrations.
Desired Skills: Have a good understanding and operation of low and high voltage systems, substation, breakers, transformers, and associated equipment.
To use electricians' hand tools and electrical testing and measuring instruments. To use electrical shop power tools, equipment and accessories.
To understand and know electrical shop theory, practice and procedure including applicable specifications, codes and ordinances. To understand complex wiring and circuit diagrams and installation and construction blueprints. To use mathematics involving algebra. To use electrical handbooks and charts.
1.Must possess a thorough understanding and working level of knowledge on Aerospace Ground Support Equipment.
2.Must be able to read/intrepid engineering drawings, blueprints.
3.Possess a working level of knowledge on Maintenance Information Systems such as Electronic Maintenance Instructions, Aircraft Forms Documentation, and Supply Chain Management.
4.Must be knowledgeable of Tool Control, FOD, Supply, HAZMAT, Training, Quality, Security programs and Flight Line dispatch operations.
5.Must be able to conduct On-the-Job training as required on multiple pieces Ground Support Equipment.
6.Possess an ability to work in a diverse work culture environment.
7.Must have or be able to obtain a Secret Security Clearance.
8.Two way radio and flight line driving knowledge.
9.Service, pick up and delivery of support equipment to aircraft.
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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