Electrical Maintenance Mechanic I
Electrical Maintenance Mechanic I Requisition #: 183288 Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins Health System, Baltimore, MD Category: Support Services (Services/Trades) Work Shift: Day Shift Work Week: Full Time (40 hours) Weekend Work Required: Yes Date Posted: April 9, 2019 Johns Hopkins employs more than 20,000 people annually across our health system. When joining Johns Hopkins, you become part of a diverse organization dedicated to its patients, their families, and the community we serve, as well as our employees. Performs maintenance, installation and repair work on electrical/pneumatic equipment, systems and components. This work is performed under general supervision and using the tools and techniques of electrical technology. High School diploma or equivalent required. Electrical Journeyman's Certificate approved/accepted by local or state government. 5 years related work experience. Knowledge of safety rules, procedures and practices, including the proper use of safety equipment as defined by OSHA and industry standards. All types of tools and equipment normally used in the electrical trade, including specialized equipment such as relay test set, infrared camera, breaker test set; powered bench and hand tools (such as drills, grinders, compressed air) as well as non-powered hand tools. Day Shift, 40 hours, Full Time, 7:00 am - 3:30 pm Johns Hopkins is a Smoke - Free campus. Johns Hopkins is a smoke free campus Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age national origin, disability, protected veteran status and or any other status protected by federal, state or local law.Company Description:Patients are the focus of everything we do at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. From our beginnings in 1889 to the opening of our most advanced patient facilities in 2012, our mission to advance patient care, education, and research, continues to change the course of modern medicine.