We currently have an opening for a Maintenance Electrician with our Facilities department.
Reporting to the Director of Facilities Operations, the Maintenance Electrician is primarily responsible for performing electrical and HVAC maintenance, general maintenance, and other associated functions as assigned. The Maintenance Electrician is responsible for supporting the Facility Preventative Maintenance Program as it relates to electrical systems and components.
The Maintenance Electrician also assists with maintenance of buildings, areas, and vehicles, including emergency systems testing, repair items, building systems inspection, and other specific tasks as assigned: more extensive maintenance and repair functions may be required during academic breaks and between semesters in all campus buildings.
Essential qualifications include; three to five years of experience as an electrician and a Master Electrician’s license valid in the State of Vermont, or ability to become licensed within six months of hire. Ability to read blueprints, specifications, and construction documents and complete office procedures and administrative reporting procedures in an organized and timely manner is required. Solid computer skills, including the ability to use standard administrative software, databases, and mechanical system control interface software is necessary. Ability to learn and complete routine maintenance functions with minimal direct supervision and learn and practice a variety of safety procedures, such as lockout procedures, tool and machinery operation is required. Must have initiative, energy, and willingness to learn and assume new challenges. The ability to work with other Facilities Department staff in a team-oriented environment, including strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to function as a team member in a fast-paced work environment is essential. A valid driver’s license is also required, and proof of automobile insurance coverage. As this position may involve unpredictable call-ins by administrative staff, the ability to be contacted on very short notice during off-hours is also necessary.