The Walt Disney Company Electrician (2nd shift) in Bristol, Connecticut
Part of a team of electricians under the direction of a shift Supervisor utilizing an established work-order dispatch system. Responsible for maintaining all electrical equipment and related systems on a campus consisting of 1.4M Sq. Ft. including eighteen (18) buildings in two locations (Main Campus and North Campus).
Primary areas of attention are the technical facilities supporting “On-Air” operations including TV/Radio studios. Must have ability to work independently when needed, but should also have a proven track record of working well in a collaborative team environment. Ability to competently interface with external contractors, sub-contractors and consultants is necessary.
Install, repair and maintain all electrical equipment and systems for the Campus Broadcast Facilities, including emergency generators, dual-ended substations, and UPS systems, as well as, office buildings.
Work primarily indoors on main & branch circuit distribution, emergency power, UPS systems, motor controls, lighting, detection/monitoring equipment, and Fire Alarm systems.
Install power, data, voice and fiber optic cabling for office renovations and MAC (move, add, change) projects.
Maintain and operate a sophisticated electrical distribution system including diesel-driven emergency generators, paralleling switchgear, medium-voltage substations, main-tie-main distribution switchgear, redundant UPS systems, digital static transfer switches, and associated branch circuit distribution panels.
Perform Infrared Thermography testing and generate performance documentation reports.
Maintain updated electrical parts inventories.
First responder to general electrical and fire-alarm problems including equipment and distribution systems.
Assists in performing necessary commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance procedures (such as field verification of system functions to ensure the proper operation of building automation systems).
Assists in editing computer programs for building-automation system points (such as determining conversion patterns, defining point acronyms, and/or soliciting alarm specifications from operating personnel).
Assists in the implementation of energy conservation measures by utilizing and/or modifying the existing building automation-system features.
Coordinates contractor's personnel when needed for additions and modifications of building automation systems.
Prepares drawings and diagrams of system additions or revisions after installation.Performs other related duties as assigned.
Basic Qualifications :
Minimum 5 years of experience and a current state of CT—E2 Electrical License.
Experience with operating and maintaining all aspects of power distribution including Medium voltage distribution systems, 13.8 kV synchronizing switchgear, dual-ended substations and UPS systems is required.
A thorough understanding of emergency generators and Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) as related to high-reliability, mission-critical environment is required.
Minimum 2 years of experience working on fire alarm systems installations, or other low-voltage systems installations including structured cabling.
Qualified applicants will possess a working knowledge of physical plant safety programs and shall be able to demonstrate understanding of fire life safety procedures and requirements.
A thorough understanding of NFPA 70, 70E and 70B.
Preferred Qualifications :
Experience in mission-critical power systems in a Broadcast environment.
Can troubleshoot and repair building-automation-system field cabinets, including communications equipment, printed circuit boards, power supplies, electrical/electronic controls, sensors, and transducers.
Required Education :
- High School diploma or equivalent
Preferred Education :
Technical School certificate in a related field preferred
College degree in a related field is a plus
Industry accredited certificate in a related field is a plus
Additional Information :
Training for this position includes:
High Voltage Electrical Safety
Confined Space Entry
Fire Extinguisher Operation/Utilization
Spill Response Training
Flash Hazard Protection
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Job ID: 618506BR
Job Posting Company: Media Networks