NETA / Electrical - Field Service Tech
Oshkosh, WI 54904
$58-$80K (Final Rate per certs & experience)
Generous benefits package: medical, dental, and 401k
Full time, long term, with stability.
Some travel involved, typically around 50% (est. 130 days +- annual) ** SEE TRAVEL PARAMETERS BELOW
We're seeking a skilled Electrical Technician to fill an open position in our field service and engineering division. This position operates out of the OSHKOSH WISCONSIN location.
We need a self-directed professional, competent decision-maker, and effective communicator.
We offer a generous benefits package: medical, dental, and 401k
** NETA level II or level III certification is preferred, and will command upper tier wages
Neta II - $58-68K
Neta III - $66-80K Annual
- Read and understand electrical drawings
- Conducting power system studies: Short Circuit, Arc Flash and Load Flow Analysis
- Performing testing, maintenance, inspection and repair of low, medium, and high voltage electrical distribution equipment. (includes start up, and commissioning)
- Automatic Transfer Switches, Circuit breakers, Conductors, Relays Starters, Switch-gears, Transformers
Operate an infrared thermography camera, and diagnose equipment accordingly
Write complete, detailed electronic reports promptly after project completion.
Education & Experience
Technical school graduate and or engineering degree
Minimum of 5 years of experience testing and evaluating low/med/ high voltage electrical power systems
Certified as a NETA or NICET technician, or equivalent Utility, manufacturer or other technical training
Other Required Skills
Strong computer skills: including proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite
Effective written and oral communication skills to maintain relationships with managers and clients.
Willingness to travel.
Strong understanding of NETA Acceptance and Maintenance Testing Specifications, NFPA70B and Industry Codes & Standards.
Training in OSHA Electrical Safety and NFPA70E safety guidelines.
Current knowledge of NEC, NFPA-70E, Electrical Classifications, IEEE/ANSI and other applicable design standards and guidelines.
Local work There are a good number of local and out of area jobs that they may have to travel 1-2 hours to get to. The employee is home at the end of the day.
Out of town work There are "out of area" jobs that require over-night boarding, with workers returning home for the weekend. (nearly all weekends)
Compensation - ALL travel to and from all job sites is paid at the normal/overtime hourly rate.
Out of Town Travel
Company pays all boarding expense, and a $35.00 daily meal reimbursement (reimbursement, not per diem)
An attempt is made to get workers home every weekend; there may be rare exceptions, but workers are typically home every weekend
An attempt is made to schedule work so there no back-to-back, consecutive "Out of Town" weeks. If a couple weeks of out of town work is required, a couple weeks of consecutive local work is scheduled.
If interested, contact us NOW!
515-225-4355 or... Dsmjobs@worksourcestaff.Com