Under general supervision, to perform journey level work in installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring systems, lighting, equipment and airfield lighting systems; and to do other work as required.
Diagnose, maintain, and replace a wide variety of complex electrical equipment and systems. Maintain and repair airfield lighting regulators, rotating beacons and electronic control networks. Maintain and repair transformer banks, substations, high voltage switchgear, and power distribution systems. Maintain and repair ramp and street lighting, high mast lighting and obstruction lighting. Maintain and repair various types of airfield lighting and signage. Maintain and repair emergency generators and controls. Maintain and repair airfield lighting control systems. Perform cable high voltage cable splicing and use high voltage testing equipment. Maintains tools and equipment for the purpose of ensuring the availability of items in safe operating condition. Other duties as assigned.
Take all reasonable and necessary precautions to ensure personal health and safety, as well as that of co-workers and any other person(s).
Report immediately to management, all unsafe and unhealthy conditions.
Report immediately to management, all occurrences that cause injury or damage to any person or property.
Comply with TBI’s Environmental Safety and Health program and procedures.
Thorough knowledge of:
Principles and practices of installing, maintaining and repairing electrical systems and associated mechanical equipment.
Tools and equipment used in installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring systems and equipment.
NEMA specifications and requirements as related to the repair and installation of wiring systems and equipment.
Work at the journey level planning tasks, estimating costs and performing installation maintenance and repair on all types of electrical wiring systems and equipment operating with voltage levels up to and including 5,400 volts.
Diagnose malfunctions of electrical systems and controls and restore to specified operating standards.
Read and comprehend blueprints and schematic diagrams of circuitry.
Determine the scope and difficulty of a job based on an interpretation of oral and written instructions, schematic diagrams, sketches or blueprints.
Supervise helpers assigned to assist on various projects.
Learn and understand State and local laws, ordinances, codes and regulations pertaining to all aspects of electrical wiring systems and equipment installation and maintenance.
Learn and understand FAA Part 139 requirements and FAA Advisory Circular recommendations on the performance requirements, preventative maintenance and repair of airfield lighting systems.
Work with the hand tools, power tools and testing equipment characteristic of the trade.
Possession or ability to obtain before appointment a valid California Drivers’ License, Class III or higher.
California journeyman’s card or 4 years experience required.
2 years supervised hands-on experience on airfield lighting systems.
Completion of ADB airfield lighting school and/or AAAE airfield lighting ACE certification.
Obtain and maintain security clearance as required by the Airport Security Plan and TSA regulations.
About TBI Airport Management, Inc.
TBI Airport Management, Inc. and TBI US Operations, Inc.