Bethel, North Carolina
- Recognizes safety hazards and follows safety guidelines for personal protection, and protection of fellow team members within OSHA guidelines.
- Apply knowledge to daily tasks under the supervision of the Lead Solar Electrician.
- Repair, test, troubleshoot, inspect, install transformers, hook up inverters, knowledge of breakers, and understanding of SCADA equipment.
- DC and AC testing including, but not limited to polarity, open circuit voltage, grounding continuity, and insulation resistance testing.
- Ensures the vehicle, tooling, electronics, software, and company property issued are accounted for.
- Must perform preventative and corrective maintenance on solar site equipment and wiring under the supervision of the Lead Solar Electrician.
- Ability to operate test equipment, such as: voltmeters, meggers, and amp meters.
- Must understand the electrical work up to 600/1000 VDC and 480 VAC.
- Work as a solar farm team crew member and have the ability to help the mechanical and/or other departments as needed.
- Ability to perform terminations and regular electrical hookup in regards to PV Solar.
- Ability to work in extreme outdoor environments (example: hot sun, cold, wet weather, mud, etc.).
- Ability to work in various positions, including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time.
- Be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks.
- Be able to lift 50 pounds of weight safely without assistance throughout assigned workday.