Location for this position is OCONUS in countries located within the CENTCOM AOR and may require work in austere environments and to work in potentially dangerous areas, including war zones, under working conditions inherent in a dangerous environment.
Must have in-depth work experience and understanding of NFPA 70 National Electric Code (NEC), and the British Standard 7671, or other internationally recognized electrical regulations, standards, accepted industry practices adopted by the host country, USG, and DoD / USACE.
Must be able to apply technical standards to new construction, renovations and upgrade existing structures not installed per western building standards.
Must be fluent with proper installation techniques and display highest level of workmanship. Responsible for supervising journeyman crews made up of a diverse subcontract workforce and responsible for training and providing instruction, and oversight on proper installation methods, standards, regulations, and workmanship.
Knowledgeable of AC theory, VFDs, electrical motors and starters, transformers, step-down stations, residual current devices (RCD), and overcurrent protective devices.
Thorough understanding of the safe operation and application of instruments provided for circuit analysis and testing, including power analyzers, ground rod resistance meters, ground fault loop impedance testers, residual current device testers, and similar test equipment used to properly assess ground-earth faults and grounding and bonding install applications comply to the proper codes.
coordination of movement of materials and equipment to work locations; establish the work site; repair or replace / install a broad range of electrical equipment and systems in support of base construction and maintenance activities.
Observes and follows all safety rules and procedures (Lock-out / Tag-out), including wearing required PPE and other personal safety equipment and fall protection, as required for each individual task.