Electrical Mechanic B
Duties: Under direct supervision as a member of a field crew to perform electrical and mechanical work requiring the lesser skills involved in the installation, removal, dismantling, maintenance, alteration and wiring of electrical equipment; and to perform related work as assigned. Typical examples of the duties are:
1. To assist a man of higher grade in installing, dismantling, repairing and maintaining electrical and associated equipment at generating stations, substations, distribution centers, electric service stations, and network vaults.
2. As directed to do bending, fitting, and installing copper or aluminum conductors and steel supports; cutting and threading pipe; fitting and making conductor connections; pulling and fireproofing cable; and erecting platforms, scaffolds, and barricades. To clean and blow out, lubricate, and make minor adjustments and repairs to equipment; and to operate oil-handling equipment.
3. As instructed to wire building light and power circuits, to do minor control wiring, and to operate winch and boom equipment.
4. To perform building alteration and repair work such as making concrete or other patches, drilling holes in metal, slate, or other materials, performing rough carpentry, and to do cutting and brazing work.
5. Not eligible for upgrading to a higher classification.