Lockheed Martin Electrician - Maintenance B in Fort Worth, Texas
WORKED PERFORMED: Installs conduit, junction boxes, plugs, switches and lighting fixtures following verbal instructions, sketches, diagrams and trade practice. Pulls wire. Installs, tests, troubleshoots and maintains such equipment as public address and recording systems, buzzer systems, sirens, warning horns, electrical door locking devices, single phase motors, machine transformers and small generators such as auxiliaries and those with less than 150 amp output. Winds and tapes coils armatures and fields.Troubleshoots on the plant electrical system by performing such operations as resetting breakers and replacing buss fuses. Troubleshoots and repairs motors of such electrical equipment as buffers and grinders.Does mechanical operations necessary to the dismantling, disassembly, repair and installation of electrical units. Inspects batteries (excludes F-16 aircraft batteries) for defects, damage and functional condition. Determines extent of damage, if any, and decides on corrective action. Checks functional conditions of batteries during charging process. Equalizes gravity readings in all cells after final charge. Diagnoses and corrects trouble caused by battery or connections on electrically powered trucks. Repairs batteries by disassembling, replacing cells, mending leaks and cracks, reassembling, lead, burning, charging and testing. Services batteries on various single and multiple battery powered units throughout the plant. Replaces light bulbs, plugs, light fuses and extension cords. Oils and greases electric motors and generators according to maintenance schedule or instructions. Repairs such items as sockets, switches, plates, junction boxes and/or makes up new extension cords. Is competent to and may be required to be licensed under Federal, State Laws or Local ordinances.STANDARD FACTORY JOB DESCRIPTION ELECTRICIAN - MAINTENANCE "B" Assists Electrician - Maintenance "A" and Electronic Electrician - Maintenance "A" as required.May be required to operate electronic data entry, storage, processing, and/or retrieval equipment as a routine part of accomplishing their normal job assignments. TYPICAL MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Materials worked on: Electric motors, generators, recording instruments, power panels, controls and other electrical equipment. Materials worked with: Wire, tape, solder, conduit, tubing, insulators, fuses, switches, relays, screws, bolts, lubricants, insulating varnishes, lighting fixtures, and other electrical repair and replacement parts and supplies.Tools used: Hand tools, soldering irons, wire strippers, blow torch, chain tongs, ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, ohmmeters.Equipment used: Power tools as drill presses and saws, pipe benders and threaders, soldering furnaces, coil winding and forming machines, block and tackle, scaffolding, ladders, safety belts.
Basic Qualifications To use electricians; hand tools and electrical testing and measuring instruments. To use electrical shop power tools, equipment and accessories.
To use electrical shop practice and procedure including applicable specifications, codes and ordinances. To use simple wiring and circuit diagrams and sketches. To use electrical handbooks and charts. To use arithmetic involving addition and subtraction of decimals and fractions.
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Job Location(s): Fort Worth Texas