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Electrician Supervisor

Job Description

TITLE: Electrician Supervisor

JOB CODE: 5206



EEO6 CODE: 6 = Skilled Crafts

GRADE: Pay Grade 11

PAY PLAN: Annually
minimum 38,892.00
midpoint 50,562.00
maximum 62,232.00

PURPOSE: To provide skilled planning and supervision in installation, construction, maintenance and service of electrical systems. Responsible for planning, assigning duties and supervising the performance of assigned electrical and related duties.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assigns specific jobs, outlines and explains work to be done and inspects completed work.  Supervises maintenance and repair of electric lines, motors, generators, transformers, fittings and fixtures.  Supervises in trouble-shooting of electrical control panels, motor starters, clock and bell systems and other existing electrical equipment.  Plans, assigns, supervise and inspect electrical construction work.  Estimates material and labor costs for department records.  Keeps inventory and orders materials for all electrical jobs.  Consults with Superintendent of Buildings concerning all aspects of electrical work on the campus.  Performs related duties as assigned.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: REPORTS TO: Review of operational effectiveness with specific instructions from Superintendent of Buildings. SUPERVISION: N/A SUPERVISION-OTHER: General Supervision to Electrician Leader and Electricians.


REQUIRED EDUCATION-OTHER: High school graduate or equivalent.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / COMPETENCIES-OTHER: REQUIRED EXPERIENCES/COMPETENCIES: Seven years of skilled/journey-level or with three years of skilled/master level experience including two years in a supervisory capacity. Journeyman electrical license or ability to obtain license within first year of employment required. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Use of all hand tools common to electrical trades, use and knowledge of function of all types of electrical equipment. Must be accurate in the use of tools, layout of jobs and recording of statistics for department records. Working conditions are considered acceptable, but occasionally involve exposure to weather elements and high voltage electrical equipment. Alertness and careful attention is required to avoid injury to self and to others.  Safety precautions are extremely important around high voltage.  Specific job requirements or physical location of positions allocated to this classification render the position security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Section 51.215 Texas Education Code.