Bachelors degree preferred with specialized training in basic electricity and electric theory, national application standards and job-related experience -OR- knowledge equivalent to that acquired through completion of a two year technical school plus additional specialized training with 5 years qualifying experience.
Technically proficient within subject matter with experience of leading a team involved in transactional operational services.
Must have the ability to gain a good working knowledge of tools and systems within designated area.
Possesses working knowledge of electrical equipment such as transformers, circuit breakers, switches, instrument transformers, metering equipment, voltage regulation and power quality; OSHA standards, National Grid safety rules, Electric Operating Procedures, and best practice work methods.
Grid safety rules, EOPs, and best practice work methods.
Ability to work off-hours and on-call rotations sometimes requiring travel outside the division for emergency assignments.
Must qualify for Authorized Persons List to coordinate and initiate switching activities within the team.
Ability to accurately interpret maps, specification sheets, prints, schematics, diagrams and instructions information to construct, maintain and troubleshoot effectively.
Must qualify for National Grid's Clearance and Controls List.
Requires a thorough knowledge of all rules related to underground or overhead line construction including OSHA 1910.269.
A valid driver’s license.