April 20, 2021

Solar Electrician

Confidential Western Massachusetts, Massachusetts

Borrego is seeking a Solar Electrician to join our growing team! POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO: -Demonstrate integrity, strong initiative, work ethic, as well as a focus on safety and quality of work on a continuous basis -Supervise, lead, and train any Solar Technician I or Solar Technician II team member assigned to work with the Solar Electrician -Perform Preventive Maintenance on solar and battery installations in accordance with Borrego, customer, and OEM standards -Perform Corrective Maintenance on solar and battery installations in accordance with Borrego, customer, and OEM standards, ensuring that the root cause has been identified and corrected -Ensure that work being performed in the area meets or exceeds Borrego Solar O&M; standards -Complete assigned tasks safely, correctly, and within the allotted time -Ensure all PPE, tools, and equipment assigned to the employee are accounted for, maintained in good condition, repaired or replaced as required -Interface with SCADA/DAS systems to understand onsite issue with the ability to communicate to both management and customers -Correctly document all work in a Service Visit and Case within Borrego Solar’s CMMS. Correct documentation includes proper grammar and spelling, photography, thermal photography, and completion of checklists -Provide technical support for customer issues as requested -Perform other duties and responsibilities as may be determined by the Area Supervisor or Regional Manager SAFETY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Safety is a core value in Borrego Solar and the Solar Electrician must: -Read, understand and sign all safety procedures -Attend weekly safety meetings -Receive, inspect, and maintain all required PPE -Complete all required safety training -Ensure every safety incident known to the employee is reported timely and accurately -Ensure every safety incident involving the employee is fully investigated, documented and corrective actions are implemented REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE -High school diploma or equivalent -State or Local Electrical license required -Ability to communicate in English, both oral and written -Excellent organizational and leadership skills -Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities -Basic computer operation skills and familiarity with internet based program navigation and SalesForce systems -Proven experience understanding and implementing OSHA regulations -Ability to read, interpret and understand basic drawings and schematics -Knowledge and understanding of solar plant construction and comprehension of how onsite equipment interacts with the overall plant -Knowledge of and ability to troubleshoot and repair SCADA/DAS systems which are used to monitor and report onsite performance -Knowledge of and ability to perform IV Curve tracing, determine if an issue exists and repair it -Knowledge of and ability to troubleshoot and repair major solar plant components (e.g. central and string inverters, transformers, combiner and re-combiner boxes, switch gears, PV modules, etc.) OUR MISSION Our mission is “to solve the world’s energy problems by accelerating the adoption of renewable energy.” To date we have developed and built more than 640 Megawatts of solar while maintaining a reputation for quality, deep staff expertise, and a focus on building long-term relationships based on trust and transparency. Our 5-year goal is to be the leading solar and energy storage provider in the United States.

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