What it’s like to be a Water Facilities Technician – Electrical
A water facilities electrical technician at Clark Public Utilities installs, repairs and maintains electrical systems, control equipment and electronic components of the water/waste water facilities. They repair circuit boards, respond to emergencies related to electrical problems and develop electric wiring schematics for new and existing waste water facilities.
They diagnose malfunctioning electrical equipment such as transformers, motors, and motor control components and replace damaged or broken wires and cables. They help test and calibrate electrical control equipment, replace faulty electrical components such as relays, switches, and motors, and sensing devices.
Education: High school degree, completion of an approved electrician apprenticeship program and certified as a Journeyman Electrician with General Classification.
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