Vigor Industrial Marine Electrician - Journey Level in Ketchikan, Alaska

Vigor Values Vigor expects all employees to enhance the atmosphere in which they work by living the Vigor Values every day. Truth: We seek the truth, and we speak the truth Responsibility: We act on what we know is right Evolution: We seek mastery, and adapt to a changing world Love: We care about the people we work with, and the world we live in Vigor Alaska operates the Ketchikan Shipyard on behalf of the City of Ketchikan, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority and on behalf of our customers. We offer top-notch and expanding facilities in southern southeastern Alaska, in our state s fifth largest city along the famed Inside Passage. Our experience, like the waters around us, runs deep. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Successfully performs work individually, as a member of a single craft, or a multi-craft work crew. Complies with all craft and shipyard safety and environmental measures. Consistently exceeds Journeyman standards. Troubleshoots advanced electrical systems and circuits. (e.g. multiple function systems) Coordinates with different crafts to complete assigned tasks. Responsible for doing some of his/her own planning. Tests equipment. Proper care and safe use of hand and power tools. Works from ship specifications, work orders and applicable working drawings and blueprints. Researches and suggests written comprehensive condition found reports (CFRs). Responsible for being conversant in ABS and Coast Guard regulations. ESSENTIAL SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Incumbent performs similar work in all areas of the Yard as the need arises. ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND/OR KNOWLEDGE: Communicates effectively, work independently or in a group. Ability to do basic math, i.e. add, subtract, divide and multiply. Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English. Advanced knowledge of AC and DC electrical theory. Power generation, control and distribution. Trouble shooting electrical equipment. Use of test equipment. Blueprint reading and advanced layout. Electric motors and controls. Grounding and bonding. Cable identification, size requirements and ampacity limits or where to find the information. Fabrication and installation of packing tubes, multiple cable transits, collars, conduit, and raceways. Conduit bending. Interior communications and alarms. Ability to reason and find solutions. ESSENTIAL EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or GED preferred. 4 years relevant work experience. Proven skills, work history and/or applicable education will be considered in lieu of work experience. Journey Level 1 Ship Repair Some knowledge of several skills with more advanced knowledge of 1 primary skill and possess at least 1 certification (hours in skilled trade & demonstrated proficiency). Requires general supervision during performance of primary skill, but is able to perform job duties of A-1 through A-3 with little or no supervision. ESSENTIAL CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: None required. ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sitting, Standing, Walking, Crouching, Kneeling/Crawling, Stooping, Twisting, Climbing, Balancing Leg/Foot Use (To repetitively operate machine controls), Reaching, Handling/Grasping, Fingering/Feeling, Pushing/Pulling, Lifting/Carrying, and other similar physical demands. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. ESSENTIAL USE OF SENSES Talking, Hearing, Vision Near Acuity (clarity of vision at 20 inches or less),Far Acuity (clarity of vision at 20 feet or more), Depth Perception (three-dimensional vision to judge distance/ spatial relationships), Color Vision (if required to distinguish colors for job performance or safety), Field of