State of Nebraska Electrician - LCC in Lincoln Correctional Center (LCC), Nebraska

Electrician - LCC


$16.79 Hourly


Lincoln Correctional Center (LCC), NE

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Correctional Services, Department of

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For more information, contact 402-479-6171. For Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations, please contact ADA Coordinator Lisa Mathews at 402-479-5812, or

Job location is 3216 West Van Dorn Street.

Examples of Work

Maintain, repair and install electrical wiring, fixtures and equipment. Read and interpret blueprints, drawings and layouts. Coordinate electrical maintenance with the other maintenance divisions. Follow electrical codes. Maintain inventory on electrical equipment and material. Schedule and assign inmate workers. Estimate time, cost of jobs and requisition supplies. Perform installation of conduits, switches, outlets, lights, etc. Assists in budget preparation as it relates to electrical needs.

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a Nebraska Journeyman Electrical license OR Electrical Contractor license or eligibility to become licensed in Nebraska.

PREFERRED: Apprentice license, Journeyman Electrical license, Electrical Contractor license or eligibility to become licensed in Nebraska within 6 months of employment. Experience or training in electronics.

OTHER: Applicants passing the interview must also pass a background security check. Applicants accepting a job offer must pass the following pre-employment exams in this order: the medical exam, and at a randomly announced time, pass a drug test. Once at the Staff Training Academy, must successfully complete the fully paid NE Corrections Training Program.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and layouts. Knowledge of computers including Windows 2010. Knowledge of national, state and city electrical codes. Knowledge of: the principles of electricity, to include computation and measurement of common properties such as resistance, inductance, capacitance, voltage, and current; all types of electrical systems; the qualities and adaptability of various electrical materials; local, state, and federal electrical codes; materials and equipment costs; the methods, practices, materials, and tools of the electrical trade; the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the electrical trade; preventative maintenance on electrical systems and equipment. Skill in: installation and maintenance of electrical systems. Ability to: read and interpret electric schematic and one-line diagrams; analyze all safety requirements applying to installation and maintenance of electric supply overhead and underground lines; make accurate estimates of time, cost, and materials required to complete a work order; requisition materials, supplies, and equipment needed for electrical jobs; effectively work with all electrical materials and equipment; perform skilled electrical work; use/operate and care for the tools and equipment used in the electrical trade; understand and follow instructions.