CLAS­SI­FI­CA­TION: Electrician

DEPART­MENT: Main­te­nance

SUPER­VI­SOR: Main­te­nance Manager

EFFEC­TIVE DATE: Octo­ber 12023

PAY LEV­EL: 160 ($43,581.60 — $81,568.42)


DEF­I­N­I­TION: Air­port main­te­nance work­er per­form­ing skilled elec­tri­cian work in the main­te­nance and repair of the air­port ter­mi­nal build­ing, air­field, and oth­er air­port build­ings. Works close­ly with depart­ment man­age­ment to ensure a safe, effi­cient, and pas­sen­ger friend­ly air­port envi­ron­ment. Over­sees and man­ages the elec­tri­cal main­te­nance pro­gram for all Air­port owned facil­i­ties. Respon­si­ble for the main­te­nance, instal­la­tion, and repairs of all elec­tri­cal sys­tems through­out Air­port facil­i­ties. Trains main­te­nance staff on elec­tri­cal safe­ty and arc flash pro­ce­dures, prop­er elec­tri­cal trou­bleshoot­ing tech­niques, and elec­tri­cal tool usage. Work inde­pen­dent­ly, but under gen­er­al supervision.

EXAM­PLES OF DUTIES: Per­form jour­ney­man-lev­el elec­tri­cal work on all Air­port elec­tri­cal sys­tems and relat­ed com­po­nents. Over­sees and per­forms main­te­nance and repair on all air­field light­ing vault and elec­tri­cal sys­tems and equip­ment at all Air­port owned facil­i­ties. Per­forms main­te­nance and repair work on high volt­age air­field light­ing cir­cuits. Work includes nor­mal main­te­nance such as bulb change out, clean­ing, trans­former replace­ment and lens replace­ment, as well as emer­gency fault locat­ing and repair to include pulling and repair­ing air­field pow­er and con­trol cables. Per­forms main­te­nance and repairs on con­stant cur­rent reg­u­la­tors and their asso­ci­at­ed mon­i­tor­ing sys­tems. Respon­si­ble for test­ing and main­tain­ing unin­ter­rupt­ible pow­er sup­ply, emer­gency back­up gen­er­a­tors, dis­tri­b­u­tion switchgear, light­ing and con­trols, motor con­trol cen­ters, pow­er mon­i­tor­ing equip­ment, and infrared test­ing on all pow­er dis­tri­b­u­tion equip­ment. Uti­lizes Air­port pur­chas­ing pro­ce­dures to acquire mate­ri­als and sup­plies as need­ed. Makes bud­get rec­om­men­da­tions for upgrades and design improvements.

Works with staff on air­field light­ing and trains them on safe­ty and main­te­nance of the light­ing sys­tems. Trou­bleshoots and repairs the main elec­tri­cal sys­tem, main­tain tests and gen­er­al up-keep of the gen­er­a­tor sys­tem for air­field light­ing and record keep­ing. Works with staff on updates and upgrades need­ed for air­field light­ing. Under­stands and works with a 3‑phase input pow­er with regulators.

Con­ducts elec­tri­cal sys­tems inspec­tions and keeps inspec­tion records for all NFPA reg­u­lat­ed codes.

Per­forms oth­er duties as assigned. Noth­ing in this job descrip­tion restricts man­age­men­t’s right to assign or reas­sign duties and respon­si­bil­i­ties to this posi­tion at any time.

QUAL­I­FI­CA­TIONS: Grad­u­a­tion from an accred­it­ed high school or pos­ses­sion of an accept­able equiv­a­len­cy diplo­ma. Five (5) years’ expe­ri­ence in commercial/​industrial elec­tri­cal work. Edu­ca­tion from an accred­it­ed col­lege, uni­ver­si­ty, or tech­ni­cal school in an elec­tri­cal field can be sub­sti­tut­ed on a one year for one year basis for required expe­ri­ence. Pos­ses­sion of a valid Elec­tri­cian License pre­ferred. Must pos­sess a valid Flori­da driver’s license. CDL high­ly desirable.

WORK­ING ENVI­RON­MENT: Both indoor and out­door work­ing envi­ron­ment with expo­sure to dust and pollen; sub­ject to a vari­ety of extreme weath­er con­di­tions; expo­sure to con­stant noise as well as fumes and odors; sus­cep­ti­ble to mechan­i­cal, chem­i­cal, elec­tri­cal, as well as oth­er safe­ty haz­ards asso­ci­at­ed with the repair, main­te­nance and oper­a­tion of an airport.

MIS­CEL­LA­NEOUS REQUIRE­MENTS: Must pass pre-employ­ment drug test­ing as well as peri­od­ic test­ing in accor­dance with air­port pol­i­cy; must pass a 10-year, fin­ger­print-based, crim­i­nal his­to­ry records check as required by the Trans­porta­tion Secu­ri­ty Admin­is­tra­tion. Sched­ule may require shift-work to include evenings, week­ends, and hol­i­days to meet the needs of the air­port. Sub­ject to emer­gency call-out.