NOTE REGARDING SALARY RANGES FOR 2018: Starting pay will vary depending upon education and experience. Salary: Service Mechanic D - $21.90 - $22.95; Service Mechanic C - $23.97 to $27.00; Service Mechanic B - $28.12 to $31.98; Service Mechanic A - $32.43 to $45.43.
This is an entry level apprentice position. The duties are to assist in performing service work involved with the installation, rearrangement, maintenance, operation, removal and inspection of electrical transmission and distribution facilities, drive and operate line trucks and associated auxiliary equipment.
Assist in responding to trouble calls, investigate, correct, and clear trouble, and provide assistance to construction and repair crews, as required. The following list sets forth the principal duties required for the job. All items apply to overhead and underground, as applicable.
This list is not intended to limit assignment of work or the degree of supervision under all operating conditions. Employee may perform miscellaneous, related, and incidental work in addition to that specifically outlined below. Perform duties in accordance with the Company's safety rules, regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices.
During the first six months in this classification, the employee must demonstrate the ability to operate Company equipment, climb poles and structures, and work on de-energized conductors and equipment.
Also, under immediate supervision of a higher classification, may work secondary voltage up to 260 volts. After six months in this classification, under general supervision may work on conductors and equipment energized up to 260 volts, and may also work higher secondary voltages under immediate supervision of a higher classification.
May assist with the installation and removal of structures within close proximity of energized primary conductors, under immediate supervision. Assemble, install, maintain, remove and inspect conductors, fixtures and other associated equipment on de-energized overhead and underground facilities, and erect equipment mountings such as regulator and transformer platforms. Climb poles and structures and work from bucket trucks or on ladders and demonstrate evidence of being at ease above the ground in performance of work.
Operate mechanized equipment required to install, remove or maintain overhead and underground transmission and distribution facilities. Become familiar with the use and care of insulating rubber gloves, sleeves and other personal protective equipment.
Assist with loading, unloading, handling, maintaining, installing and removing poles, towers and structures.
Operate portable power tools, generators, pumps and tamps. Install, maintain, read and remove single-phase meters and associated equipment. Test meter bases for voltage, backfeed, grounds and proper connections.
Install, maintain, and remove services, secondary cable, and associated equipment. Install, maintain and remove dusk-to-dawn and street light equipment. Set and remove barricades, flags, signs and flares; direct pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
Load, unload and store materials, tools and equipment.
Assist with the installation, removal and maintenance of underground facilities. Maintain tools, equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition.
Become familiar with electronic devices to maintain records and submit reports, and job aid programs as required. Attend and participate in training as assigned and assist in the training of other employees. Perform similar or less skilled work.
Report irregularities and abnormal conditions. Assist employees of equal or higher classification.
American Electic Power