Knowledge of standby generators, station batteries, automatic transfer switches and other components of an emergency electrical system. Possess the ability to read and comprehend control schematics and single-line electrical drawings. Possess the ability to read and comprehend electrical construction drawings. Knowledgeable of the National Electric Code, to include Article 517 (Health Care Section) Knowledgeable of substations and medium-voltage electrical systems. Knowledgeable of and able to perform repairs to nurse call system(s). Basic knowledge of fire-sprinkler and fire-alarm systems, and fire pump.Ability to research electrical system as needed to assist with shutdowns and tie-in of new equipment.Inspect, test and / or replace defective electrical devices / components. Ability to troubleshoot and repair motor control circuits quickly and efficiently. Ability to troubleshoot, repair and / or replace motors. Ability to coordinate, manage and perform assigned preventive maintenance tasks. Demonstrate initiative and possesses the ability to work independently. Ability to follow written and oral instructions. Perform other duties as assigned.
Maintains accurate logs on all equipment in hospital and provides for a safe working environment. Maintains and repairs equipment including, but not limited to, mechanical, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, plant maintenance, and medical gas systems. Maintains the building and its related systems. Certified and/or licensed in a specific trade that is directly related to healthcare engineering.
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