The Electrical Controls Technician manages maintenance and repair electricians and performs maintenance and repair work on all electrical building controls under general supervision of the Maintenance Engineers. Electrical Controls Technician also performs preventive maintenance and repair tasks on all equipment associated with building services. The Electrical Controls Technician provides coverage for emergency service on electrical systems as required for 24 hours per day, seven days per week (24/7) operation.
1. Required Education: Completion of vocational training from an accredited institute recognized as producing journeyman electrician is required.
2. Required Experience: Five years’ experience working with building, trade, construction, fire and safety codes and standards are required. Out of the five years’ work experience, two years’ work experience must be in the supervisory capacity.
3. Language Requirement: Level 2 (Limited Knowledge) Speaking/Reading English is required. (Language proficiency will be tested)
4. Skills and Abilities: Ability to use a variety of powered and non-powered hand tools of the electrical and mechanical trades. Must be able to use voltage and current measuring tools and data collections devices. Ability to read and understand electrical layout drawings, ladder logic and electrical schematic diagrams is required. Grade II driving license is also required.
5. Knowledge: Must have an excellent technical understanding of control systems, and a good knowledge of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Computer literacy is required. Knowledge of US building, trade, construction, fire and safety codes and standards is required. (written and skill test will be tested)