Engineering Technician I (ESC) - ATS San Ramon
Requisition ID # 106303
Job Category : Maintenance / Construction / Operations
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Business Unit: Electric Operations
This is the entry-level position for engineering technical work. Work performed at this level will be assigned as required to prepare the employee for advancement to Engineering Technician II.
This position is represented by the Engineers & Scientists of California (ESC) subject to collective bargaining.
The position will involve partnership with a broader team of engineers and technicians supporting both field and laboratory projects and utilize ATS facilities to provide performance testing and field calibration services for a variety of PG&E stakeholders. Work may range from general test stand construction to supporting employees in a higher classification with instrument calibration and maintenance (at the laboratory or in the field).
Travel required: Frequency depends on assignment (up to 20%).
- Performs laboratory and field assignments including dielectric testing, maintenance and repairs, calibration, and investigation on a wide variety of material and equipment, under the supervision of an employee in a higher classification.
- Catalogs and maintains instruments.
- Associates Degree or equivalent experience with emphasis on the laboratory procedures, techniques, equipment, and materials involved.
- Ability to work in a field environment
- Current California Driver’s License and clean driving record
- Basic computer skills
- Basic mechanical skillset
- Ability to perform materials and parts runs
- Ability to support Project Lead Engineers and Technicians with laboratory operations and field assignments
- Ability to support other Technicians with laboratory and facility operations, maintenance, and clean up, including (but not limited to) the following:
- General HVAC service and repair
- Basic plumbing
- General instrumentation and calibration
- Running wires and cables
- Ability to support other Technicians with field assignments. Typically involves overnight, off site stays.
- Ability to accept and engage in cross-training as-needed