Experience: A minimum of three years as a Station Wire Apprentice/Technician. Electrical Utility experience preferred.
Education and/or training: Successful completion of a three-year approved Station Wire Apprentice course. Demonstration of continuing education preferred.
Oregon driver license: Yes Type: Class A CDL, or the ability to obtain within three months.
Professional license or registration: None
Post-offer background check required: Yes
Post-offer drug test required: Yes
Post-offer physical / functional test required: Yes
Safety Sensitive Position: Yes
Next step in normal progression: None
Apprenticeship or other education/training required as a condition of employment, progression or advancement: Must maintain proficiency in basic math and electric principles taught during apprenticeship, and continue to learn and stay current with new equipment, materials and procedures in the industry. Must obtain a First Aid/CPR card, and Crane Operators card. Must obtain an Oregon Class A commercial driver license with tank and air brakes endorsement within 12 months.
Supervisory responsibility: None
Titles directly supervised by this position: None
Supervision exercised over this position: Direct
Supervised by: Station Wire Crew Leader, Station Wire Crew Leader II and Electric T&D Apparatus Supervisor.
Type and frequency of personal contact required (general public, organizations, and EWEB employees): Daily personal contact with EWEB employees and the general public.
Equipment, tools, machines, motor vehicles, etc., operated on the job: Hydraulically operated crane trucks and winch, bucket truck, test equipment used in substation construction and maintenance, generator, battery tester, hi-pot, TTR, Microhm, vacuum pump and other tools.
Work Schedule: 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week or 10 hours per day, 40 hours per week, Shift: Monday-Friday, Days, Other: After-hours emergency call-out and On-Call as required.
Physical activities (exertion, environmental conditions, risks, safety, etc.): Work outdoors in all types of weather; handles and operates high voltage equipment. Occasionally work in confined areas or off elevated structures.