Engineer in Training
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
 Keystone Heights, FL

Engineerin Training

Department:E & O – Engineering Services

Location:Keystone Heights – Engineering/Operations

Classification:Exempt

Posting Date:July 5, 2019

Classification Summary:

Positions allocated to the class of Engineer in Training are assigned entry-level professional work in the field of engineering associated with systems design or operational engineering functions.  Primary responsibilities include minor project engineering and/or portions of major projects and assisting and developing particular phases of major projects in both systems and operations fields.  Responsibilities may also include performing highly complex technical assignments, making and checking engineering computations, conducting studies resulting in estimates and surveys which will result in statistical reports included in the design of project specifications.

Work is normally performed under the direct supervision of a Senior Engineer or assigned Division Manager.  Direct supervision is exercised over this position to assure accomplishment of agreed upon results of assigned responsibilities.

Essential Job Functions (shown on performance appraisal):

(Note:  These job functions are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed in positions allocated to this class.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.  All employees are expected to demonstrate cooperation in working with others, deal effectively with members and practice safety consciousness.)

1.    Engineering Design.  Perform engineering computations and studies, make estimates, surveys, inventories, measurements, and similar work.

2.    Project Engineering.  Handle minor project engineering and/or portions of major projects and assisting in developing particular phases of major projects.

3.    Project Preparation.  Prepare statistics, reports, minor design and project specifications.

4. Communication.  Contact manufacturers' representatives and assume minor supervisory responsibility for construction projects in the field as directed.

5.   Operation of Equipment.  Operate assigned vehicle in a safe and efficient manner and keep   the vehicle clean and orderly, while coordinating any necessary repairs or maintenance items with Fleet Services.Comply with all traffic laws and related safety rules and safe work practices in the Cooperative Safety Manual and be able to perform CPR and first aid.

6.    Other Duties.   Perform other such duties as assigned by the supervisor.

7.    Promote Safety.  Practice safe work habits in the performance of all job duties and be familiar with and adhere to those portions of the Cooperative Safety Manual that pertain to his/her job and work area.

Minimum Training and Experience:

This position requires graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering in electrical, mechanical, industrial, civil, chemical or nuclear.

Individuals in this position must maintain a valid State of Florida driver's license.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

This position requires the knowledge and ability to deal with the general public, contractors and consulting engineers using effective communication skills and judgement necessary for on the spot decisions.

The physical demands of this position require exposure to adverse elements and the normal hazards associated with working in the field such as opening gates, walking over rough terrain, heavy woods and brush, bad dogs and climbing fences.

FLSA

Exempt

12/2018


JOB ANALYSIS FORM

for

ENGINEERIN TRAINING

This form is used to determine the essential function and physical requirements of each

job class for recruitment purposes to comply with the American With Disabilities Act.


Tools, Equipment, Vehicles, or Machinery Used:

Work Conditions:

Work is Performed:

Indoors

Outdoors

Both

X

Exposure To:

Cold

Heat

Wet/Humid

Noise/Vibration

Hazards

Dust

Fumes

X

X

X

X

Communication Requirements:

Hearing:

Yes

No

Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication.

X

Ability to make fine discriminations in sound, such as when making fine adjustments on machine parts.

X

Talking:

Yes

No

Ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.

X

Ability to convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers.

X

Ability to speak loudly, such as when speaking over loud machinery.

X

No speaking is required.

X

Visual Requirements:

Yes

No

Field of vision requires the normal ability, such as working with figures, on computer terminals or reading.

X

Field of vision requires the ability to see small or detailed items, such as working on machines.

X

Field of vision requires the ability to operate equipment, such as trucks, forklifts, cranes.

X

Repetitive Motions:

Yes

No

Substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands and/or fingers, such as keyboarding or handwriting.

X

Physical Requirements of the Job:

Note: - In terms of an 8-hour workday, “Occasionally“ equals 1% to 33% of the time, “Frequently“ means 34% to 66% of the time, and “Continuously“ means 67% to 100% of the time.

Employee Must Lift & Carry:

Never

Occasionally

Frequently

Continuously

Up to 5 lbs

X

6 to 10 lbs

X

11 to 20 lbs

X

21 to 25 lbs

X

26 to 50 lbs

X

51 to 100 lbs

X

Employee is Required To:

Never

Occasionally

Frequently

Continuously

Bend

X

Squat

X

Crawl

X

Climb

X

Reach Above Shoulder Level

X

Reach Below Shoulder Level

X

Employee Must Use Hands for Repetitive Action:

Simple Grasping

Pushing

Pulling

Fingering

Yes:

X

X

No:

X

X

Definitions:

  1. Simple Grasping- Apply pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
  2. Pushing-Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or outward.
  3. Pulling-Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion.
  4. Fingering-Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand or arm as in handling.

Employee Must Use Feet for Repetitive Action:

Right

Left

Yes:

X

X

No: