Electrician 3

Metro Health | Wyoming, MI

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Posted Date 9/17/2021

Electrician 3 - Master - Facilities Management * Days - 40hrs/wk (SIGN-ON BONUS ELIGIBLE)

Shift: Days

General Summary:

The Electrician 3 – Master provides maintenance and repair services, specializing in both low voltage and line voltage electrical work for Metro Health facilities under the direction and supervision of the Supervisor – Maintenance to ensure comfortable, efficient, continuous, and compliant facility operation.


  • High school or vocational school diploma or GED
  • Licensed with the State of Michigan as a Master Electrician and State of Michigan Contractor, or hold comparable licenses from another recognized organization and be able to obtain State of Michigan licenses within 6 months of employment.
  • Valid Michigan driver’s license without restriction affecting performance of job responsibilities.
  • Minimum of five years of demonstrated ability in healthcare engineering and maintenance or food processing licensed facility engineering and maintenance, or ten years of demonstrated ability in commercial building maintenance or construction. Will also consider service in Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) in electrical or related discipline.
  • Valid EPA Section 608 Universal Technician Certification, or have the required experience and knowledge and obtain certification within 1 year of employment.
  • Valid Boiler Operator’s License through a recognized independent licensing entity, municipality, state or federal agency, or have the required experience and knowledge and obtain certification within 2 years of employment.
  • MECH Senior Health Care Mechanic Certification or have the required experience and knowledge and obtain certification within 30 Months of employment.
  • Able to read and comprehend at an advanced level of understanding construction drawings and specifications, owner and operator manuals, etc. Able to write and draw advanced level construction drawings and specifications. Advanced understanding and maintain current understanding with all aspects of the National Electrical Code that apply to the facilities, maintain an advanced familiarity and understanding of all electrical equipment, installations and systems within the facilities and be capable of operating and maintaining emergency generator/power systems.
  • Able to verbally communicate fluently with individuals at all levels inside and outside the organization. Able to effectively communicate, read and construct written communications in English.
  • Able to work independently, in support of other technicians, and as a team. Able to prioritize, schedule and effectively conduct work.
  • Able to successfully mentor and train others.
  • Able to effectively use a computer, tablet, and other technology devices to conduct research on internal and external resources, utilize the department computerized maintenance management system, communicate via email and text messaging, receive and schedule calendar appointments, receive electronic training and receive and respond to alerts from multiple building and equipment management systems, etc.
  • Advanced troubleshooting skills and experience.
  • Intermediate familiarity and understanding of plumbing fixtures and systems, heating and cooling equipment and systems, and general carpentry and painting.
  • Able to work independently with minimal or no supervision.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  1. Utilize the department Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to both create and receive work requests, document time spent, parts used and ongoing status and completion information, etc. Creates new assets, revises equipment and location, develops and documents OEM preventative and repair procedures, etc.
  2. Utilize the department Building Automation System (BAS), Pneumatic Tube Transport System, as well as other automated equipment systems to view conditions, identify concerns, troubleshoot issues, respond to alarms, modify schedules, change values, and decommission as well as install replacement sensors, controllers and devices, etc. with appropriate coordination of the Automation Analyst.
  3. Accurately complete all required documentation including but not limited to the Infection Control Risk Assessment, Alternative Life Safety Measures, etc. for compliance with Metro Health policies and procedures and other authorities having jurisdiction including but not limited to Health Care Facilities Accreditation Program, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, State of Michigan, City of Wyoming, etc. Review evidence books and identify missing or incorrect documentation and take appropriate corrective action. Review evidence books and documentation against Health Care Facilities Accreditation Program, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and other applicable standards and take appropriate corrective action to ensure evidence books meet current standards.
  4. Inspect both visually and, through the use of technology, the grounds, buildings and equipment to assess condition and operation, level of preventative maintenance, and detect conditions needing maintenance and repair; prepares documentation, reports and work requests from inspections. Conduct root cause analysis of failure and develop solutions. Develop scope, prepare specifications, and other detail necessary to complete work for approval.
  5. Complete preventative maintenance and corrective work orders including investigating the requirements and troubleshooting the problem(s) to determine the most effective solution. This includes prioritizing, scheduling, communicating, requesting non-stock parts and documenting time spent, parts used and ongoing status and completion information. Using appropriate hand, power and specialty tools and maintaining a clean, neat and compliant work area:
    • Perform advanced electrical maintenance, testing, repair, replacement and installation with in-depth knowledge of the Michigan Electric Code (adopted NEC) at the skill level of an electrician master.
    • Perform intermediate plumbing maintenance, testing, repair, replacement and installation with awareness of the Michigan Plumbing Code (adopted IPC)
    • Perform intermediate heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration maintenance, testing, repair, replacement and installation with awareness of the Michigan Mechanical Code (adopted IMC)
    • Perform finish painting and maintenance painting of various surfaces, structures and equipment
    • Perform intermediate carpentry work
    • Reconfigure, install, move, positions, and remount modular offices and equipment
    • Perform intermediate equipment repair
  6. Accompany, assist, and coordinate vendors and contractors providing services within or upon Metro Health facilities. With approval researches vendor/contractor capabilities, develops specifications, obtains and analyzes quotes, schedules work and coordinates contract services.
  7. Certify participation, competency and hours to Apprenticeship or Journeyman Plumbing training requirements. Mentor and train all Facilities Management staff to improve their technical skill and knowledge as well as process and procedural skill and knowledge. Provides ‘first contact’ technical support and reviews quality of work-in-progress as well as completed work of Maintenance Electricians and others conducting electrical maintenance and provides feedback to staff as well as the Maintenance Supervisor.
  8. Review and develop effective processes, procedures and policies. Assist in development and planning of electrical building systems, engineering capital projects & initiatives. Independently manage projects being conducted by both staff and contracted service providers including development of specifications and requests for proposals, review of proposals and submittals, and management of scope, schedule and budget. Attend, participate, and lead where appropriate planning and coordination meetings as directed across a wide spectrum of project assignments.
  9. Monitor inventory and request both stock and non-stock parts, maintain parts rooms along with tool and equipment storage areas in a clean and organized manner. Work with purchasing coordinator to select and establish quality, grade, PAR level, etc. of inventory.
  10. Transport self/others to worksite, load/unload/pickup/deliver department stock/materials/tools/equipment, transport a variety of furniture/fixtures/equipment for other departments utilizing appropriate transport equipment including dollies, pallet jacks, hi-lo, motorized non-highway vehicles and motorized highway vehicles.
  11. Maintain regular and predictable attendance. Respond timely and report to work for call-in, call-back, and telephone and other electronic requests for information both on and off-shift as well as on and off-rotation. Attend mandatory meetings and training sessions whether they occur on/off-shift as well as on/off rotation. Work extended and flexible hours when required including evenings, nights, weekends and holidays to access restricted areas and respond to non-clinical emergency requests and department absence and call coverage.
  12. Performs other duties as assigned. These may include but are not limited to: Maintaining a current knowledge base of department processes, protocols and procedures, pursuing self-directed learning and continuing education opportunities, and participating on committees, task forces, and work groups as determined by management.

Requisition #: req4100

FTE status: 1

On-call: Yes

Weekends: Yes

Sign-On Bonus

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