Electrical Supervisor Craven County Schools Facility Support Service’s New Bern
Craven County Schools Facility Support Service’s
Short Description :
State requirements as directed by the An employee in this class supervises the construction, installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, equipment, and fixtures in small to medium size school systems Considerable knowledge of the design, installation, ,…
Full Description :
Electrician Supervisor I
Salary Grade 66
Nature of Work
An employee in this class supervises the construction, installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, equipment, and fixtures in small to medium size school systems. Work involves organizing and planning the work of the electricians and assisting in the administration of procedures as they relate to the day to day operation and maintenance of the electrical systems. The employee is expected to resolve most problems. Blueprints may accompany large installation jobs; however, the employee is expected to draw complementary sketches, supervise, and carry work to completion. Errors could produce serious consequences, including loss of human life and facilities. Work is performed under general supervision. The employee supervises groups of electrical workers.
Illustrative Examples of work
Plans and designs proposed secondary electrical installations from blueprints, sketches, or diagrams. Determines the type, size, and quality of wires, panel boards, switch boxes, and other equipment necessary to perform assigned job.
Requisitions materials as needed.
Draws sketches for electricians to follow in repair and/or installation jobs.
Supervises the maintenance, repair, testing, and installation of electrical equipment in existing building.
Makes inspections to diagnose electrical trouble and assigns and supervises corrective tasks.
Diagnoses equipment trouble and initiates corrective measures.
Assigns work to other employees in this class
Provides training for remediation and new techniques
Submits a cost estimate for the amount of materials and labor necessary for a particular job.
Reviews work of outside contractors for adherence to plans and specifications.
Recommends persons to be hired, disciplined, discharged, or promoted.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of the standard practices, materials, and processes of electrical trade.
Considerable knowledge of the design, installation, and maintenance of electrical instruments, apparatus, and equipment.
Skill in the use and care of tools and equipment necessary for electrical work.
Ability to understand and work from blueprints, schematics, sketches, and oral instructions.
Ability to plan work and develop designs from sketches and oral instructions.
Ability to plan and supervise the work of others.
Ability to follow oral or written instructions.
Ability to estimate and procure materials and labor.
Skill in effective oral and written communication.
Suggested Training and Experience
Considerable experience in performing full range of task associated with electrical work.
This employee must hold an electrician’s license based on State requirements as directed by the North Carolina Board of Electrical Examiners.