Salary: $20.86-$25.47 hourly / $3,629-$4,430 monthly / Range:
DEFINITION: Under general supervision, performs skilled
electrical work in the maintenance, repair, and installation of new
electrical systems and equipment; and performs related duties as
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This class is distinguished from the
Building Maintenance Worker series by its specialized responsibility
for performing skilled electrical work in the maintenance of County
facilities and equipment. Incumbents in the Building Maintenance
Worker series perform more general maintenance duties and are
assigned only basic electrical tasks in assisting a Maintenance
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
1. Replaces and repairs wiring and power lines ranging from low
voltage up to 480 volts; replaces, repairs, and may install conduit,
junction boxes, switches, fuses and fuse panels, circuit breakers,
and other electrical control devices; repairs and may install light
fixtures; troubleshoots and repairs faulty circuits and equipment;
repairs electric motors; maintains and repairs pumping stations.
2. Plans electrical projects, including making estimates of time
needed and materials cost; may be assisted by Building Maintenance
Workers, General Relief workers, and/or inmates assigned as helpers
on specific projects.
1. One year of journey-level experience in the installation,
maintenance, and repair of electrical devices and systems; or,
2. equivalent combination of training, education, and experience
that would provide the required knowledge and abilities.
Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License may be
required for some positions in this class.
Knowledge of: practices, tools, equipment, and materials used in the
electrical trade; installation, operation, and maintenance of
electrical equipment, apparatus, and instruments; laws, codes,
rules, and standards pertaining to electrical construction and
maintenance; safe work practices related to the building trades and
Ability to: examine electrical problems, identify source of
problems, and determine method for repair; plan and organize work;
train others in basic electrical tasks; read, interpret, and work
from electrical plans and diagrams; work with limited supervision;
work cooperatively with others.
Desirable Qualification: Completion of an ICBO-approved apprentice
program for electricians.