General Dynamics - Bath Iron Works

Maintenance Electric & HVAC (Grades 7-9)

Location US-ME-Bath
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Job Description

The pay range for this position ranges from $23.82/hr - $26.28/hr

This is a experienced level position to work in the Maintenance Electric and HVAC Trade. Applicants will be assigned any M21 trade function with limited assistance from a more experienced M21, including (but not limited to):

- Perform electrical hook-ups, repairs, and operational testing of Manufacturing Machinery and Plant Electrical Distribution Systems throughout BIW Facilities
- Work will be performed within National Electrical Code and BIW safety guidelines.

Required/Preferred Education/Training


– High School Diploma or GED.
 – Minimum 1 year Technical or Vocational training in electrical trade.

– Universal Refrigeration license preferred
–  NFPA 70E certification
 – Licensed Journeyman or Master
 – Control System Certification (ISA or equivalent)

Required/Preferred Experience


- Must meet M21 Physical task analysis
 - Must be able to work at Heights and in Confined spaces
 - Minimum of 3 years prior experience performing industrial/commercial installations, motor control wiring, and power hook-up within NEC requirements
 - must be able to understand and read controls electrical schematics and one-line diagrams of Power Distribution Systems.
 - Demonstrated ability to work with a digital/analog test equipment i.e.., Oscilloscopes, Data logging testing equipment and other electrical/electronic test equipment.
 - Demonstrated and clear understanding of the National Electrical Code through five years of practical application
 - Ability to troubleshoot motor controls, power panels, transformers, lighting systems, and grounding



- must be able to troubleshoot and repair of CNC equipment

- Demonstrated Knowledge of PLC's and VFD's
- Demonstrated knowledge of PLC programming in Ladder Logic and Function Block, with laptop computer
-  Working/ Demonstrated knowledge of Medium Voltage terminations and troubleshooting.
– Previous experience troubleshooting AC/DC crane controls
– Working/ Demonstrated knowledge of HVAC equipment repair and troubleshooting preferred


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