Responsible for ensuring daily infrastructure of hospital electrical system is maintained and functional. Service all electrical panels and distribution boards, check building electrical system, high and low voltage power system, trouble shoots motors and controls. Records and documents all tests pertaining to the electrical system of the hospital. Assists other trades as needed.
- Service all electrical panels and distribution boards, check building electrical system, high and low voltage power system, trouble shoots motors and controls.
- Records and documents all tests pertaining to the electrical system of the hospital.
- Performs annual inspection of all electrical outlets in the facility and documents log sheets, performs repairs as needed.
- Oversee all electrical projects and coordinates with vendors shut-downs and electrical services.
- Works in-conjunction of the plant operators in maintaining the generators and ATS units, ensures proper documentation and operation,
- In-service all staff at least 3 times a year in the proper performance of electrical related work and documents attendance.
- Prepares itemized electrical parts lists and assists in procurement and repairs to comply with the safety standards of the facility.
- Ensures all work done in the facility complies with the industry standards and local state and other regulatory agencies.
- Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
- Able to repair minor items without supervision, patch & paint, minor leaks, and all other facility related items.
- Plumbing- Understanding of repairing faucet leaks; replace leaking fittings, as couplings and traps; replace angle stops, faucets and shower heads; replace fixtures; snake drain-sink, shower, tub, toilet, floor; clear roof drains; locate shut-off valves.
- Electrical- Understanding of change light bulbs; change ballasts; replace light switches; replace receptacles; knowledge of electrical panels; knowledge of clock system; replace motors; install new circuitry as needed.
- HVAC- Basic understanding of air conditioning systems, air side; water side; knowledge of induction unit systems-valving, adjustments, cleaning; adjust thermostats; check temperatures on hot and cold decks; replace gauges; change filter media; change fan belts; replace bearings; remove and reinstall heat exchangers.
- Bio-Medical- Troubleshoot nurse call system, including reset of power supply and patient stations; troubleshoot television controls; use of safety tester.
- Beds- Knowledge of bed operation; switches; and breaks.
- Tube System- Knowledge of software and commands; able to troubleshoot and call server as needed.
- Fire Protection System- understands the system operations, able to troubleshoot and explain or contact vendor for service.
- Availability to work if facility requests.
- Overhead paging
- Fire Pump operation and maintenance.
- Medical gas alarm system and troubleshooting.
- Knowledge of isolation room monitors controls and wiring.
- Assists other staff with their tasks in other trades, plumbing, HVAC etc. Provides information to other staff pertaining to safe working practices in the electrical field.
- Train other staff and be a resource.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- High school or equivalent
- 5 years Experience as a journeyman.
- Organization/time management skills.
- Able to function independently and as a member of a team.
- Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Specialized/technical training Graduate of an accredited Electrician trade school program
- Experience in a hospital healthcare setting
- Certified Electrician (CA DIR) State Contractors License.
- Fire Life Safety Training (LA City) If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire and maintained by renewal before expiration date. (Required within LA City only)
The hourly rate range for this position is $36.50 – $62.05. When extending an offer of employment, the University of Southern California considers factors such as (but not limited to) the scope and responsibilities of the position, the candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, federal, state, and local laws, contractual stipulations, grant funding, as well as external market and organizational considerations.
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