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Substation Technician


Job ID 2018-1549
Vancouver, WA
Category Field Technician
Overview
Electric Power Systems is a NETA Certified, Independent Electrical Testing & Engineering Organization. We specialize in commissioning, start up, and maintenance testing for Utility, Industrial, Transit, Data Centers, and Commercial Facilities. At Electric Power Systems, we are committed to promoting a culture of safety within our organization and along side all of our clients. Our dedication to providing safe and reliable services has made us a trusted industry leader since 1977.
EPS is one of the fastest growing companies in our industry. Apply today and be a part of a team that provides an exceptional level of service and talent.
Responsibilities
3+ years of hands on experience High, Medium and Low voltage testing of electrical power equipment.


  • Low Voltage =480v - 600 Volts


  • Medium Voltage =4160v-13800 Volts OR 12470 Medium Voltage


  • High Voltage =69kv - 750kV



Knowledge of the following equipment:


  • Circuit Breakers, LV/MV/HV


  • Transformers


  • Switchgear


  • Motors


  • PT's


  • CCVT's



Experience with the following test equipment:


  • Power Factor


  • Ductor


  • Megger


  • CT ration & saturation


  • Hi-Pot


  • Highly motivated self-starter with desire to learn


  • NETA certified a plus, but not required


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


  • Bachelors or Associates Degree in Electrical/Electronic technology, or Military experience preferred but not required.



Qualifications


  • Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen.


  • Complete a satisfactory criminal background check.


  • Able to work overtime and travel out of town for periods of time.


  • Able to climb ladders, stand for extended periods, able to lift 70 lbs.


  • Must have a valid driver's license and currently have and be able to maintain a good driving record.



EPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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