System Analyst

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Job Description

Lead, DC Power Technician

Cleveland, OH

6 months 

Responsibilities :

Lead and install DC Power installations (Charger, UPS, and Battery) being performed by Telecom personnel according to customer and manufacturer specifications.

Lead and install DC power plant upgrades and replacements related to primary and secondary distribution equipment including PBD's, BDFB's, BDCBB's, inverters &converters.

Read and interpret detailed specifications and install battery plants (24VDC, 48VDC, 130VDC and UPS).

Assure work standards while installing ironwork and cable rack with knowledge of zone 4 environment requirements.

Lead teams running, lacing, and crimping lugs for power cable and all other duties associated with the installation and maintenance of DC power.

Troubleshoot, test and inspect all types of DC (Charger, UPS, and Battery) systems.

Perform work related tasks according to company guidelines for scheduled maintenance.

Establish or adjust work procedures to meet production schedules and product specifications.

Assure work standards by training, coaching and developing personnel to increase morale and maintain a safe, healthy and productive work environment.

Coordinate man-power requirements by increasing or decreasing personnel and overtime to meet changing conditions.

Estimate, requisition, and inspect materials.

Perform activities of personnel supervised.

Interpret company policies to personnel and enforce safety regulations in adherence to OSHA safety standards.

Qualifications :

Maintain awareness of new and emerging technologies and their potential application on client engagements.

Experience leading teams installing, replacing and maintaining battery plants (VRLA, Wet Cells, NiCADs & alternative battery systems).

Experience with BDFB/BDCBB installations and Battery growth installs.

Ability to lead a team's daily operations without direct supervision

Operate in a safe manner in accordance with published safety guidelines.

Ability to suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, or work crew.

Ability to evaluate site conditions to include environmental temperature and general operating conditions without supervision.

Ability to recommend measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, and quality of product.

Ability to read and interpret electrical line diagrams and blueprints.

Solid foundation of OHM's law and electronic theory.

Thorough working knowledge of equipment used in the maintenance and testing of batteries and UPS systems, including but not limited to cellcorder, MK4,digital/mechanical hydrometers, DVM and accessories, DLRO, load test equipment and O-Scopes.

Excellent working knowledge of electricity UPS theory and the electro-chemical theory of batteries.

Education and Experience Required:

High school diploma.

Associates or Bachelor's degree in electrical field or engineering preferred or military equivalent.

Minimum of 5 years experience in hands-on UPS and DC battery services installing -48V and +24V standalone power systems

Work experience in ISO/TL 9000 certified operations.