Norfolk, VA
Jun 27, 2018
Aug 20, 2018
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Job Description: Sentara Norfolk General Hospital

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is the region's first Magnet Hospital. It is a 525-bed medical center, and home to the area's only Level I Trauma Center, Burn Trauma Unit and Nationally Ranked Heart Program. In addition to a first rate heart program, the hospital is home to Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance and several dedicated facilities and specialized services.

The Electrician is experienced in industrial or institutional wiring, preventative maintenance and has a strong background in troubleshooting and repair. This individual installs, maintains and repairs wiring systems, circuits, electrical fixtures and electrical equipment using schematics, diagrams, blueprints. Responsibilities include conducting operational tests of the electrical systems; following operational and departmental guidelines; and for meeting all regulatory and compliance requirements.

Education Level
High School Grad or Equivalent OR
Trade School Graduate

Required: Related - 5 years

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Required: Drivers License, Journeyman Electrician

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Required: Active Listening, Communication, Critical Thinking, Equipment Maintenance, Equipment Selection, Installation, Monitoring, Repairing, Service Orientation, Technology/Computer, Troubleshooting

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Sentara Benefits

Sentara employees strive to make our communities healthier places to live. We're setting the standard for medical excellence within a vibrant, creative, and highly productive workplace. For more information about our employee benefits, CLICK HERE!

Join our team, where we are committed to quality healthcare, improving health every day, and provide the opportunity for training, development, growth!

Some facilities require Master Electrician (MELE). 1 year post-secondary/vocational training in electrical theory, circuitry, codes, and troubleshooting with courses in blueprint reading mechanical drawing, mathematics, electrical theory, and electrical work. Familiarity with the National Electric Code (NEC) and the Statewide Building Code.