Electrical Journeyman-The primary job responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to, assisting the Chief Engineer and Electrical Administrator in performing maintenance, repair, and installation for the utilization and distribution of electrical energy. Specific duties include installation of various electrical panel controls and monitoring systems, installation of lighting and lighting control, maintaining fire alarm systems and performing semi-annual testing. Install, maintain, and troubleshoot level controls using multi-meter Amp Meters, Megameters, and Volt Meters. Troubleshoot and maintain 4-20 control, pressure control, temperature control, and pneumatic control. Maintain MCC and Lockout/Tagout. Maintain machinery electrical systems on Baader equipment, x-ray machines, and conveyors. Identify and comply to NEC requirements and required work clearance to ensure safe work practices under OSHA and WSI regulations. Assist IT department in data cables and timeclocks. Other duties as assigned. This position reports directly to the Chief Engineer and takes direction from the Electrical Administrator. Must hold a current Alaska State, Electrical Journey Worker (JW) License. Previous experience and working knowledge within the plant industrial maintenance environment is preferred. STARTING WAGE: DOE - STATUS: Non-Exempt Regular - Housing, Meals, Transportation to/from Point of Hire - Medical, PTO, and 401(k) benefits upon eligibility. WSI has a zero tolerance Drug and Alcohol Policy

Qualified applicants must successfully pass a post-offer conditional Drug Screen. Must be able to read, write, and speak English, and possess the ability to follow both verbal and written instructions. Must possess and provide a copy of a current Alaska, or reciprocal State, Journeyman card. If applicant has a reciprocal State licenses, then an Alaska Journeyman License must be obtained within a short time from date of hire, to be determined upon hire date. Must have knowledge of all State and Federal regulations regarding electrical, and be willing to ensure compliance to those and WSI's policies and procedures. Must be willing to work closely with the Safety Department, and have the ability to recognize, correct and report safety hazards. Must have verifiable work experience as a Journeyman Electrician, with experience as a mechanical electrician preferred. References will be checked. Must be able to read and understand complex control schematics, and have basic computer skills to research and order materials. Must provide own tools, including meters, metric and standard nut drivers, and combination wrench. Applicants must be willing to relocate, and live and work in a multi-cultural team environment.

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