Urgent Need for Electrical Technician - 4 Week Assignment
EPSI associate should experience in utilities high voltage electrical distribution systems to complete the Utility Inventory Risk Assessment, electrical assignments, or data collection.
- EPSI associate will be available at least 40 hours per week, up to 10 hours per day, and work an alternate schedule that may include weekends.
- Should have experience with the Mobile Asset collection tool, the classifications of equipment, UNIFORMAT’s, location hierarchy, and label printers.
- Personal Protection Equipment: EPSI Associate should expect to work around energized equipment while collecting data and it is required that you have your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- The PPE required shall include Arc Rated long sleeve shirts and pants or coveralls of a minimum of 8 Calorie/cm2. (For complete listing; Reference UFC-3-560-01 change 4, chapter 4, 4-4.1.1 and 4-4.1.2).
- NAVFAC will provide an electrician to accompany EPSI Associate and/or client representative to access the energized equipment and assist in obtaining the specification data on the assets. EPSI Associate shall expect to operate the data collection unit, the input of all the required specification data, and print the asset barcodes. EPSI Associate is not allowed to open/touch any NAVFAC electrical distribution assets.
- There may be unplanned times when NAVFAC personnel are unavailable and the EPSI Associate shall perform any additional data collection that is possible and does not require opening equipment or facilities (example: overhead electrical distribution assets). If it is not possible to collect data when NAVFAC personnel are not available, the contractor will complete as much additional specification data through office research unless otherwise instructed by the client.
- The client will provide specific training on handheld devices and provide specific instructions on the process of collecting the required data and submitting the completed assignments.
- Other duties as assigned.