Journeyman Electrician – Military Veterans
  • Aim World Services
  • 27/04/2023
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Kuwait City
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Aim World Services


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MILITARY VETERANS Journeyman Elctrician  Kuwait NACI 6 days x 12 hr shift (72 hours per week) CRC (Unpaid time) 1 Year Contract (Possible Extension beyond initial contract) Vacation (once you receive your Kuwait Visa 18) Sick (once you receive your Kuwait Visa 18) Company Paid housing and transportation Overview The Electrician Journeyman installs, inspects, troubleshoots, repairs, operates and maintainselectrical systems and components of electrical power distribution and generatingequipment. Performs operations and maintenance duties to maintain power totelecommunications equipment and maintains the facility’s physical electrical distributionsystem in good repair. Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor and functions under hisgeneral direction. Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.Program OMDAC – SWACAResponsibilities Troubleshoots and repairs wire circuits including electrical equipment such as distributionpanels, transformers, motor control circuits for motors and control devices for variouselectrical devices and supporting electrical wiring distribution systems. Connects electrical distribution systems for remote locations to on-site electrical generatingequipment such as diesel generator sets and electrical distribution switchgear to includeinstallation of panel boards, branch circuits, breakers, switches, conduit, and wiring. Provides technical support functions to UPS, Generators, and HVACs. Responsible for inspection and maintenance of all electrical systems to include electricalappliances and outlets (to include GFI circuits, emergency lighting, and central fire alarmsystems). Performs start/run operational inspections on generator sets and full load/facility load tests,routine operational checks of all electrical switch-gear, power cabling, and transformers. Installs or repairs any of a variety of electrical equipment such as generators, transformers,facility UPSs, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers, motors, heating units, conduitsystems, or other transmission equipment; working from blueprints, drawings, layouts, orother specifications. Diagnose trouble in the electrical system or equipment, working standard computationsrelating to load requirements of wiring or electrical equipment, and using a variety ofelectrician’s hand tools and measuring and testing instruments. Working knowledge of Exterior Secondary Power Distribution, Interior Secondary PowerDistribution, Interior, Exterior, Perimeter and Area Lighting, Access Control System,Lightning Protection System, Grounding Systems. Knowledge of MIL Standards and DOD customers is required. Must have excellentcommunications skills. Experience with generator produced power and switching systems producing up to v. Familiarity with the British electrical code and connectors. Familiarity with Facility UPSs and smaller, rack mountable UPSs. Familiarity with HVAC electrical systems Performs other duties as required. Qualifications Education/Certifications: One year related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degree is required. High school education or equivalent. Experience At least 5-7 years work experience in the electrical wiring industry, which shall include experience in planning, laying out, and installing electrical distribution systems in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC), and shall have been under the direct supervision of a qualifying electrician for a licensed electrical contractor. Electrical work experience shall include electrical installation in commercial and industrial categories. No more than 75% of the experience may be in any one category. Management/supervisory experience desired. Working knowledge of electrical systems including secondary distribution and interior systems to start with and include the facility service entrance conductors beginning at the low voltage side of the transformer. Hands on experience of accepted trade practices which involve electrical circuits, power cables, controls, motors, bending of conduit, etc. Hands on experience of tools, test equipment, and materials involved in electrical work, and the ability to read blue prints, produce basic single line diagrams and rough shop drawings. Certifications Accredited professional trade school or successful completion of apprenticeship program. Possess a State Journeyman Electrician card. Working Environment Work is in an operational environment in Southwest Asia. May be required to work an uncommon tour of duty and extended hours including nights, weekends and holidays. Duty location is subject to both extreme hot and cold weather conditions. Must be able to meet physical fitness requirements to be deemed fit for duty and will be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e.g., helmet, body armor, fire-retardent clothing, hard hats, etc)). Estimated travel within theater is 60%. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.

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