City of Chandler Salary Plan - 2012-13
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OT Status Legend:
Non-Exempt = Hourly Position
Exempt = Salaried Position
Excellence is the responsibility of everyone at the City of Chandler. We lead by
our core values in constant pursuit of excellence:
*Commitment – Dedicate oneself to consistent and excellent public service
*Innovation – Implement unique, creative and cost-effective solutions
*Communication – Communicate in a positive, honest and productive manner
*Integrity - Adherence to high ethical standards
*Diversity – Promote inclusiveness
and impartiality throughout the organization
*Personal Responsibility – Take initiative to achieve excellence and
*Respect – Demonstrate a high regard
*Teamwork – Promote cooperative efforts, open communication and trust
All City employees are expected to conduct themselves in a way consistent with the
Pay Grade: L21 FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Job Group: Labor & Trades (L) Class Code: E040
Effective Date: 7/01 Revision Date: 8/03, 7/05, 6/07, 1/10
The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform installation, maintenance, modification and repair of electrical systems, energy management and related systems. Electricians install equipment and perform wiring up to 480 volt, 3-phase electricity and 277-volt lighting circuits. An employee in this class may be assigned to other duties in the Community Services Department. This class is subject to emergency call-out and must be able to work overtime including nights and weekends and stand-by as required.
Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Employees are responsible for all other duties as assigned.
Performs installation, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of low-voltage and medium 3-phase voltage equipment and switch gear, other electrical systems and components;
Performs installation, maintenance, modification and repair work on electrical and energy management systems;
Locates, plans, and carries out repair of system and component failures;
Designs and plans layouts for energy management systems, equipment, electrical fixtures, and control equipment;
Prepares installation and repair cost estimates;
Orders and purchases required supplies and materials;
Maintains work records, maintenance and repair logs, vehicle inspection forms, daily work logs, and other documentation;;
Selects facilities and areas for lighting system upgrades;
May participate on City Safety and/or Electrical Safety Committees;
Oversees and inspects work of contractors to ensure quality and compliance with terms of contracts;
Performs general cleaning/maintenance tasks necessary to keep vehicles, equipment, and tools in operable condition, which may include inspecting equipment, checking fluid levels, replacing fluids, greasing equipment, replacing parts, washing/cleaning equipment, or cleaning shop/work areas; monitors equipment operations to maintain efficiency and safety;
Performs all work duties and activities in accordance City policies, and procedures;
Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activities, conditions and faulty equipment. Follows City-wide safety policy and practices and adheres to responsibilities concerning safety prevention, reporting and monitoring as outlined in the City's Safety Handbook.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Principles, practices, methods, materials, and tools used in maintenance, installation, repair, and modification of electrical systems;
Principles and operation of electrical, electronic, and computer control systems;
Design and installation of electrical conduit, cable, wire, switch, and pole line systems;
Special tools and equipment required for electrical system maintenance, repair, testing and installation, including but not limited to voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, and locating equipment;
Applicable Federal, State, municipal, and industry installation and repair codes;
Confined spaces entry procedures;
NFPA 70E ARC Flash/Blast and electrical workplace safety;
Traffic laws involved in vehicle and equipment operation;
Federal, State and County OSHA regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices.
Follow written and oral instructions;
Read and interpret technical specifications and operational manuals, blueprints, and diagrams;
Operate power equipment;
Operate hand tools;
Lay out conduit runs and make conduit bends with manual and power bending equipment;
Operate a motor vehicle;
Perform basic mathematical calculations in order to calculate quantities, trends, times, distances, measures and weights;
Prepare reports and maintain system performance records;
Operate a personal computer and related software and demonstrate proficiency to prepare work orders, documents, e-mail and timesheets;
Communicate effectively with the public, contractors and other employees.
The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Superintendent.
May direct daily operational work of other staff.
High school diploma or GED equivalency; and
Completion of a two year electrical apprenticeship program; and
Three years experience as a journey level electrician; and
Valid Arizona Driver's License; or
Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work.
Five years experience as a journey level electrician;
Valid Arizona Commercial Driver's License Class B;
The primary duties of this class may be performed in an indoor and outdoor environment that may include working in adverse weather conditions, confined spaces, and hazards involving low to medium voltage electrical systems (up to 480v) and use of power tools and equipment.
Essential Physical Abilities:
Sufficient clarity of hearing, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to discern verbal instructions;
Sufficient visual acuity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to perceive and discriminate colors or shades of colors, comprehend written work instructions and work orders, technical manuals and related diagrams, and move through unfamiliar buildings and work sites;
Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to operate a variety of power and hand tools and to make adjustments to equipment;
Sufficient strength to lift and carry objects up to 50 pounds for varying distances;
Sufficient body flexibility, mobility, stamina, and balance to perform maintenance and repair operations that require bending, stooping, kneeling, stretching, and other physical exertions working in confined spaces, climbing and working on ladders and power lifts up to 100 ft high, on building roofs and towers.