* Service, inspect, repair and replace light fixtures, motors, motor starters/controllers, heaters, relays, breakers, fuses and wiring. * Install conduit, new service, electrical outlets and circuits of various voltages. * Run data and communication lines. * Maintain the fire alarm and master clock systems. * Insure proper operation of parking lot lighting. * Perform troubleshooting techniques on various specialized equipment. * Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on assigned electrical and mechanical equipment and systems, such as emergency generators, automatic doors, electrical switchgear and panels, and fire alarm systems. * Assist the HVAC technician with scheduled maintenance and repair of HVAC equipment. * Assist other facilities workers in performing scheduled maintenance and repair on mechanical and electrical equipment of the buildings and grounds. * Work independently on performing routine electrical tasks, such as monthly monitoring of emergency generator, emergency lighting, electrical meter readings, exterior and interior lighting schedules, etc. * Assist maintenance crew as needed on various tasks, such as service of pool cars, painting of light poles, moving furniture, construction/renovation projects and campus beautification projects. * Supervise outside contractors with electrical projects to insure appropriate work standards and safety practices are in place. * Create and maintain inventory of electrical materials and supplies. * Serve as âessential personnelâ in removing snow, ice and/or debris from parking lots, roads, drives and sidewalks, as needed. * Perform other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 151798
About New River Community College
New River Community College (NRCC) is a comprehensive community college located in the New River Valley of Virginia. At NRCC you can prepare for the future with any of our various occupational programs or college transfer courses. NRCC faculty members are well known not just for their academic background, but also for their capacity to work closely and effectively with students. You'll find that they have a genuine interest in your success. They also have excellent academic credentials. All faculty who teach college transfer courses have doctorates or master's degrees, while those in occupational programs have a diverse background which combines academics with practical on-the-job experience. In recent years individual professors and college programs have received state and national awards for their quality.