INTERVIEW SELECTION PROCESS: The selection process may include one or more components to demonstrate applicants’ knowledge, skills and abilities in job related areas. These may include exercises such as practical demonstrations, written communications, oral interviews and/or competency assessments.
High school graduate or equivalent. A minimum of four years of formal electrical training and four years of journeyman-level experience in the repair of electrical assemblies and components are required. Basic computer skills are required and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). External hires will complete six months at the apprentice level. Demonstrated ability to perform the journeyman work will qualify the new hire for assignment to journeyman level. External hires will complete six months at the apprentice level. Demonstrated ability to perform the journeyman work will qualify the new hire for assignment to journeyman level. Internal hires will be governed by the terms of the current Labor Agreement.
THIS POSTING IS TO FILL THE CURRENT VACANCY AND TO ESTABLISH AN ELIGIBILITY LIST THIS TO FILL ANY FUTURE VACANCIES THAT MAY OCCUR IN THE NEXT 6 MONTHS
The following information only applies to internal applicants only:
Internal Candidates will have a record evaluation check to determine if they are eligible to continue in the interview process. Candidates will be automatically disqualified for interview consideration if their record evaluations for the rolling year backward at the time of review consist of:
A combined total of more than three (3) occurrences and/or lose outs (tardies)
Any instances of absence without leave (AWOL)
Any disciplinary actions
Any valid customer complaints
Employee has not successfully completed probationary period as a new hire
Notes: Record evaluation will be conducted based on the twelve months preceding the initial date of the posting. Candidates must remain in good standing once selected through the job screening and offer process. Failure to remain in good standing based on the criteria listed above will disqualify any candidate. Additional Requirements (Internal/External Candidates)
Repairs and maintains electrical assemblies and components required to supply electrical power to the rail system and MARTA facilities including large AC/DC power systems. Uses a variety of tools, machines, and test equipment included in a complete electrical repair unit. Performs electrical diagnosis. May perform duties as a member of a work team/group lead by a Journeyman Electrical Power Technician.
1. Performs electrical diagnosis; repairs and maintains electrical power supply systems; records data. Reads and interprets electrical schematics and prints and has general knowledge of Programmable Logic Control (PLC’s)..
2. Repairs and maintains assemblies and components, including motors, transformers, resistors, capacitors, coils, relays, and filters.
3. Uses a variety of tools, machines and test equipment included in a complete electrical repair unit such as volt-ohmmeters, ammeters, frequency meters, frequency counters, oscilloscopes, etc.
4. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Must possess, or be able to obtain within six months of employment, a Class “A” Commercial Drivers License. Must have no DUI’s in the previous five years and no more than three moving violations in the previous two years. Must complete all required certification such as CPR, On-Track-Equipment, Wayside Level 4 Flagging certification.
Note: MARTA is a Drug Free Workplace. Participation in MARTA’s Drug & Alcohol Program is a condition of employment. Failure to adhere to MARTA’s Drug & Alcohol Program will result in termination. Every MARTA employee is responsible for reading and observing the requirements of the Drug & Alcohol policy. This position has been identified as SAFETY SENSITIVE.
Number of Openings
RECRUITING OFFICER II
Both Internal and External
To apply for this job email your details to MARTA_Diversity@itsmarta.com