- 73,602.88 - 86,120.32 annually
- City Of Ottawa
Responsible for maintaining, trouble-shooting, repairing and modifying electrical systems and associated ancillary equipment for all facilities of the City of Ottawa. Employees are also responsible for the construction, assembly and installation of new electrical equipment as required for ongoing building operations.
Education & Experience
- Completion of Grade 12
- Completion of Journeyman Electrician (Maintenance & Construction) License and Certificate in the Province of Ontario achieved through 9,000 apprenticeship hours, and college certificate of Electrical Apprenticeship
- Electrical Safety Authority Master Electrician License (will allow 1 year to acquire)
Minimum five years of related experience in the installation and maintenance of a variety of electrical equipments such as switchgear, motors, transformers and controllers following acquisition of the Journeyman's Certificate.
*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.
Language, Certificates & Licenses
- Possession of an Ontario Provincial Journeyman Electrical Certificate in Construction and Maintenance is required and an ESA Master Electrician Certificate
- A valid Ontario unrestricted DZ class drivers licence (or provincial equivalent) with no more than 6 demerit points accumulated. Will allow up to 1 year to acquire.
A valid Ontario unrestricted "G" class driver’s license (or provincial equivalent) with no more than 6 demerit points accumulated.
English oral, reading, writing required
- Principles of electricity and the methods and techniques for wiring, repairing, inspecting, troubleshooting and maintaining electrical circuitry
- Preventive maintenance and operation procedures
- Maintenance and construction methods
- Electrical/mechanical procedures
- Ottawa Hydro procedures and protocols for working around high voltage electricity
- Ontario Hydro Electrical Code
- Occupational Health and Safety Act and City of Ottawa/departmental health and safety policies and procedures
- Fall Arrest Protection
- Asbestos and Asbestos Contained Materials procedures
- Must possess the training, experience and knowledge to organize the work and its performance
- Must be familiar with all applicable health and safety legislation, have knowledge of any potential or actual danger to health or safety in the work place, and have knowledge of appropriate actions to be taken in order to ensure the health and safety of staff in accordance with applicable legislation and city policies and procedures
Competencies & Skills
- Considerable degree of accuracy as hand tools and devices are used requiring a considerable degree of coordination
- Required to work according to the established standard procedures of the Ontario Electrical Code
- Ability to give and follow instructions
- Latitude for decision making within a general set of guidelines
- Deal effectively with multiple demands and conflicting priorities
- Work and communicate effectively with others
- Read and interpret engineering plans and documents
- Ability to prioritize work
- Ability to identify problems and develop solutions
- Plan, implement, control, complete and inspect projects as assigned with minimum supervision
- Work well under pressure
- Prepare written reports
- Self supervision
- Supervise employees