Power systems technicians are responsible for performing acceptance, maintenance and operational tests of electrical power distribution systems for large data centers, industrial and commercial facilities, evaluating the results, troubleshooting, problem-solving and interfacing with facility owners.
Associate's degree in Electrical Power Technology or Industrial Electrical Power
Grade point average of at least 2.5
Applied mechanical skills
Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel software
Clean driving record
Strong attention to details
Performs acceptance and maintenance tests of large electrical power equipment, such as cables, circuit breakers, relays, transformers, automatic transfer switches, generators, isolation disconnects, etc.
Analyze test results and make recommendations to project engineer or facility owner.
Perform repairs to above listed equipment.
Performs the services at various locations in southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio. 95% local work, 5% travel.
Work schedule subject to customer requirements. Full-time and extended hours.
Apprenticeship completion mandatory. Classes beyond the Associate Degree at Oakland County Community College for the Apprenticeship program are on-line classes.
Must complete the Associate's degree program at OCCC. Must include Algebra and Trigonometry with a GP of 3.0 or higher.
Must complete International Electrical Testing Association Level Ill certification, when experience requirements are completed.