Conducts building maintenance by installing and removing conduit, wire, light switches, and receptacles; installing, replacing, and repairing lighting equipment; installing power supplies to upgrade power needs; installing and removing power poles for pod walls and special equipment; resetting breakers; tracing electrical short causes; resolving customer complaints; disposing of and recycling old bulbs and ballasts; and replacing and installing motion sensors.
Provides construction and office remodeling support by ordering project materials (for example, light fixtures, wires, bulbs, switches, receptacles); unloading and storing equipment; transporting equipment between facilities; assisting with special projects (for example, HVAC, plumbing, grounds keeping , snow removal, custodial duties, pest control, carpentry); reading blueprints and plans to maintain equipment standardization; interacting with city officials to ensure code compliance; determining meter placement; relocating power needs to assist in new designs; identifying and marking junction boxes; and ensuring contractors and associates follow Walmart standards and safety requirements for installations on circuit loads, panel set ups, and lighting grids.
Sets up power needs for special events by adding generators and transformers; setting up and monitoring call centers, testing areas, and meeting areas; ensuring generator backup on Facilities while main switchgear is being replaced or maintained; and ensuring systems (for example, phone, cameras, badge readers, freezers) are online while performing appliance and power need upgrades.
Performs electrical maintenance by maintaining and balancing building electrical load; evaluating power needs and maximum load for panels; observing signs of equipment wear and tear; determining system replacement needs; checking panels for overloads and power surges; and inspecting and testing electrical equipment circuits and wiring for safety and functionality.
Must have valid driver’s license and active state-issued Journeyman card.
Basic computer skills; proficient with MS Office etc. The work load is Ticket system driven.
Core hours are 7am-3:30pm M-F and will include 1 week on-call hours. Therefore, must be flexible to work varying shifts as required.
Will support 34 different Home Office buildings on campus located in both Bentonville and Rogers, AR (and surrounding areas).
A Service Vehicle will be provided for use during working hours.
All tools are provided in addition to uniforms and/or a jean and boot allowance.
Minimum Qualifications...Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Minimum Qualifications: Active Journeyman Electrical license.
Preferred Qualifications...Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Drivers License - License