Location: MA – Wilmington
- Demonstrate the habits of a safe and careful worker and become familiar with and practice all National Grid Safety Standards.
- Proficient in advanced splicing techniques, URD equipment, street light equipment, cable identification, rigging, pulling and racking.
- Assist in the training of lower classes and perform all tasks of lower classifications.
- Ability to perform the following duties:
- Build a 23kV PILC straight 3/C to 3/C straight splice, large sleeve lead-wiping use of steps, oil tapes. Read standards/charge out stock.
- Build a 15/23kV PILC trifurcating 3-1/C conductor to 3/C, large sleeve lead wiping of multiple joints with stress cones, oil tapes, stepping.
- Build 3/C PILC to 3-1/C solid dielectric heat shrink trifurcating splice. Ability to read/interpret manufacturer instructions of complex joints.
- Build a 15/23kV PILC half CTM splice. Ability to read instructions for CTM with an XLPE tap.
- Ability to properly break down paper and lead joints and construct a split sleeve for PILC joints.
- Build various splices for solid dielectric cables up to 35kV class, including heat shrink and cold shrink straight splices and terminators, H & Y pre-molded splices, and load break elbows.
- Review of all test equipment, prints and one-lines.
- Review of Tailboard Conference/Job Briefing and review of all safety equipment.
- Lead, plan and direct jobs as well as inspect and maintain tools and equipment.
- Trouble shooting skills with live voltage.
- Must have at least two years of experience in the utility or related industry as a rated first class splicer.
- Successful applicant must past the EEI CAST test and pre-employment proficiency qualification test.
- Capable of working well with others in a team environment and as an individual contributor.
- Must successfully complete all department tests and acquire licenses and certificates including, but not limited to, System Hoisting Certificate, Clearance and Control Test, Asbestos License, etc.
- Requires exposure to inclement weather, temperature extremes, high noise levels, vibrations, electrical current, fumes and odors.
- Become familiar with construction, operating and maintenance standards and procedures.
- May be required to handle substances considered hazardous under the U.S. Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Law or the Massachusetts Right to Know Law.
- May be required to work a reasonable amount of planned and emergency overtime, making available to supervisor an acceptable means of off-hour contact by telephone.
- Perform heavy work lifting and pulling over 100 pounds.
- Must be able to climb ladders, stairs, scaffolding, and use aerial bucket at construction sites.
- Must have and maintain a valid driver's license to operate vehicles associated with job duties and must pass a DOT physical. Must be able to obtain and retain a License (CDL) with proper endorsements to operate all applicable Company equipment; or if a current CDL holder, license must be in good standing.
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