I worked as both a journeyman and as a foreman in the I.B.E.W. for thirty years. my duties included all aspects of electrical work including but not limited to, running conduit, installing and wiring electrical panels and transformers, lighting, switchgear, generators, UPS units, PDU'S, fire alarm systems and motors.
As a foreman I oversaw commercial and Industrial projects from start to finish, including laying out of work, reading blue prints, coordinating with other building trades, attending weekly job meetings, submitting accurate time sheets and insuring jobs were completed in a Safe and timely manner.
Follow written MOP's to complete scheduled and emergency repairs and maintenance.
Send out Customer notifications of both starting of maintenance as well as notifications of successful completion of maintenance and repairs within the facility.
Upload completed MOP's to sharepoint upon completion of jobs.
Run monthly generator load bank and monthly Building load tests using both open and closed transition.
Monthly CRAC/CRAH PM's replacing drive belts, bearings and filter when needed.
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