Experience: Journey level experience in the installation, connection, and maintenance of electrical equipment in high voltage transmission and distribution substations, switchyards and/or large power generating plants. Basic computer and key boarding skills. Knowledge of: Basic mathematics including multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, decimals, fractions, square roots, exponents, and basic algebra and trigonometry in order to compute calculations and understand electrical theory; hand and power tools such as drills and power saws in order to perform installations and preparations in electrical areas; electrical terminology and theory; appropriate use of English grammar in order to understand and comprehend instructions and communicate information; electrical safety rules and regulations; preventative maintenance on electrical equipment; electrical installations; switchgear; electrical rotating machinery, such as motors and generators; common and special tools used in electrical work; procedures to machine a variety of materials; and, sheet metal work, lay out and manufacture. Skill to: Comprehend and apply technical information in shop manuals and training texts; follow written and oral instructions for installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment; develop and maintain effective working relationships with all groups of individuals; complete forms, requisitions, reports, and document work performed; perform work at heights, in confined spaces, and use ladders in a safe manner; perform required math calculations, including algebra and trigonometry; distinguish colors; safely lift and carry up to 80 pounds of material and move heavy cylinders; use testing equipment such as ammeters, meggers, circuit breaker test sets, sweep frequency response analyzers (SFRA), AC Power Factor test sets (DOBLE) and voltammeters. In addition to the above: Understand electrical maintenance procedures, electric schematics, and wiring diagrams; perform repairs on high voltage power transformers and circuit breakers, motor control centers, switchgear, batteries, battery chargers, large generators, motors; troubleshoot electrical circuits and equipment using testing equipment, wiring diagrams, schematics, and vendor instruction manuals; use testing equipment such as ammeters, meggers, and voltammeters. Skilled in interacting with engineering and operations personnel; performing math calculations, including algebra and trigonometry; writing to complete forms, requisitions, and reports; reading and understanding electrical maintenance procedures, electric schematics, and wiring diagrams, performing repairs on transformers, motor control centers, switchgear, batteries, battery chargers, large generators, motors, cranes, motor operator valves, communication equipment, and air conditioning systems; troubleshooting electrical circuits and equipment using testing equipment, wiring diagrams, schematics, and vendor instruction manuals; using testing equipment, such as ammeter, SFRA, power factor Doble, ultrasonic/Vibration tests, computer based test equipment, TTR, breaker speed analyzer, transformer resistance tester, micro ohm tester, High Pot, meggers, and uses voltmeters; cutting machines, threading machines and grinders (air, electric, and surface).