At a senior level, performs journey-level electrical work, including maintenance, inspection, repair, testing, adjustment, installation, and/or removal of electrical power generation, transmission, distribution, and/or control equipment such as motor control systems and interlocks, high voltage switchgear and protective relays. Handles complex electrical issues. This position utilizes in-depth knowledge of best practices and experience in own discipline to provide and improve services. Takes a new perspective to solve complex problems. Works independently and receives minimal guidance. Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience; may direct the work of other staff members.
This general overview only includes essential functions of the job and does not imply that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instruction and to perform any other job-related duties requested by supervisor or management.
Four or more years of experience in maintenance and/or construction of electrical power generation, transmission, distribution, substation and control equipment, and/or other types of electrical equipment, including experience reading blueprints. A degree(s) in electrical power theory, electronics, instrumentation, controls, industrial maintenance or relevant field may be substituted per LCRA guidelines for certain years of experience.
Successful completion through Level III of the electrician curriculum of the Power Plants’ Craft Qualification Program substitutes for four years of experience.
Driver’s license required for incumbents assigned to the dam & hydro function.
Class A Texas commercial driver’s license or equivalent from another state required for incumbents with heavy equipment operation and transportation responsibilities.
Home base is FPP, but subject to working at all generation facilities