Person assigned to this classification will work under general direction to perform the full range of skilled and complex tasks to ensure the electrically controlled operated equipment and systems function properly. This includes electrical construction, installation, maintenance and repair of casino facilities, modelers, and parking lot lighting.
Working with or around high voltage (480- 208 volts, 3 phrase system) distribution and/or control systems, large motors, and pumps.
Assist the Facilities department in the maintenance, repair, cleaning, and safety of all guest and employee areas as well as parking lot, grounds, and adjacent lots to include any off property site used by the company.
Perform journey level electrical work as required to maintain, install, or repair all casino electrical systems.
Perform skilled electrical installation, maintenance, and repair work involving casino facilities, buildings, and parking lot/building lighting systems.
Perform preventive maintenance on parking lot/building lighting, electrical systems, motors, and equipment, which includes the safe operation of an aerial equipment and large construction equipment.
Inspect newly installed electrical equipment and lighting to ensure safe operation as well as code compliance.
Maintain accurate records of work performed, materials used, and associated costs.
Repair or replace defective or worn electrical parts, components, and controlling software in electrical systems and devices, electrical motors, generators, pumps, heating and air conditioners, lighting systems, and other fixtures and equipment.
Perform associated work including digging, trenching, occasional concrete finishing and removal, lifting electrical equipment, conduit, and pipe. Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment to determine the nature of the problem; repair small and large electrical appliances; repair electronic components of electrical equipment as required for continued operation; make emergency electrical repairs to parking lot lighting, generators and pumps, as required.
Keep supervisor informed of potential problems or unusual events.
Knowledge of: Methods, materials, tools, equipment, and procedures used in the installation, maintenance, repair, replacement, and alteration of electrical equipment; components and parts used in modern electrical wiring systems such as pumps, motors, controls, and lighting; basic principles and components found in electronic control and micro processing devices; occupational hazards, and safety precautions necessary in electrical work.
Ability to work independently and make sound decisions regarding work methods and tools;
Read, interpret, apply, and enforce applicable codes and standards as related to electrical installation.
Apply State, Federal, and local safety regulations and codes to electrical work.
Work safely both independently and as a crew member on high voltages up to 600 volts A.C.
Work safely near energized Edison primary and secondary lines with voltages up to 4160 A.C.
Provide technical assistance and work direction to other staff members.
Prepare and maintain records, reports, and work estimates.
Perform work at heights, in emergencies, and hazardous situations.
Must be physically present to work a regular, reliable, and predictable work schedule in accordance with business demands, and maintain a consistent and regular attendance record.
Perform special projects and other responsibilities, tasks, or duties as requested.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform job duties, demonstrate excellent work habits, deliver superior service to internal and external guests, exhibit the highest degree of professionalism, ethics, and integrity, and comply with all governing policies and procedures.
Employ positive communication skills and exercise professional interpersonal abilities (tact, diplomacy, and respect) with guests and co-workers at all times.
Maintain a high degree of professionalism in the workplace, including appearance, communication, attendance, reliability, and teamwork.
Maintain a high level of organization, including an orderly and neat work area and excellent time management skills, leading to the highest levels of productivity.
Demonstrate a desire to succeed and willingness to help others succeed.
Understand the role and responsibilities of the position and demonstrate proficiency in the position requirements.
Demonstrate support and comply with all Safety program elements including: adherence to policies, exercise of safe work practices, participation in training, use of protective equipment, and reporting all safety concerns, hazards, and non-compliant practices.
Participate in open communication and provide feedback to management regarding operations, staffing, personal development, and operational productivity.
Serve as a contributing Team Member of the Soboba Band of Luiseo Indians enhancing the Casino's operations in all its business endeavors.
Education / Qualifications
Must be 21 years of age, or older.
High School diploma or equivalent, required.
Must be able to lift 30 pounds.
Sufficient experience as a journey level electrician in a municipal, commercial, or industrial environment to demonstrate possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above.
Understand and interpret written and oral instructions; comprehend and make inferences from written material; read and interpret blueprints, wiring diagrams, and work orders.
Basic understanding of overhead line construction, National Electric Code, Federal and State Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards is, required.
Must be able to provide evidence of eligibility to work in the United States of America.
Soboba Casino Resort Benefits
Full-time team members are eligible to participate in a variety of group health and wellness benefits upon timely submission of appropriate enrollment forms. Coverage effective dates vary by plan and additional information will be provided to you during New Hire Orientation. Benefit offerings may change from time-to-time, but presently, Soboba Casino resort offers the following:
Basic Life Insurance employer paid ($20,000) with the option to purchase Supplemental Life Insurance
Medical, Dental & Vision paid for the employee
Employee Assistance Program
Wellness Program (Annual Health Fair, Wellness Education, and Incentive Programs)
Paid Time Off
Soboba Casino Resort Team member Recognition including, but not limited to:
Reward and Recognition Program (Quarterly, and Annually)
Team member Incentives
Free Team member meal