Electrician Leader (High Voltage), WL-2805-10
1. Ability to lead. (This is the screen-out element. Applicants who are not rated satisfactory on
the screen-out element will not be rated on the remaining elements.)
Definition: Ability to lead a team.
1a. Please indicate the types of leadership
experience you have had in trades work.
Check all that apply.
had no leadership experience.
Provided technical leadership (for example, in work methods, procedures, etc.)
lead task or project teams in work lasting up to 1 month.
lead teams in work lasting longer than 1 month.
held a lead position as leader of a landscape installation and/or maintenance
Other leadership experience not covered above (Please describe):
2. Knowledge of electrical equipment.
Definition: Ability to work with electrical equipment
such as wiring, motors, control equipment, communications equipment, etc.
2a. List the types of electrical equipment you
have worked with, and the type of machinery on which youve used this
2b. Describe your experience performing a difficult electrical installation, repair and/or replacement.
3. Theory and instruments (electrical,
electronic) used in shop and trade practices.
Definition: Knowledge of electrical and electronic theory
and instruments used in shop and trade practices.
3a. Give an example of laying out, setting up and
performing a job dependent on electrical and/or electronic theory and instruments. Describe the objective, your role and independence, obstacles (if any) and the end result.
3b. Choose the alphabet that best describes your knowledge of each of the following electrical theories.
A. Able to train others
B. Some knowledge
C. No knowledge
__ Ohm's Law
__ alternating current
__ power factor
__ line loading
__ dielectric properties
__ conductive properties
__ National Electrical Safety Code
3c. Choose the alphabet the best describes your experience using each type of equipment listed below.
A. Able to use under close supervision
B. Able to use under general supervision
C. Able to use independently, only needing assistance for unusual problems
D. Able to use independently
E. Able to provide guidance to others
__ electron tubes
__ test lights
__ frequency meter
__ polarity testers
__ power factor meters
__ voltage testers
__ tone detector
4. Technical practices (theoretical, precise,
Defintion: Knowledge of technical practices in order to
select tools, and to decide on the methods and techniques to use to carry out
4a. Describe a situation in which you have had to
modify equipment or systems in order to complete the job.
4b. In the situations described above, did you
perfom the duties:
__contributes ideas based on knowledge
__puts new ideas into practice
4c. Check the statement that best describes your
__follows standard shop practices
__contributes ideas based on knowledge.
__puts new ideas into practice.
5. Ability to use electrical drawings.
Definition: Ability to use electrical drawings and wiring
5a. List the most complex job you had to perform
to interpret circuit diagrams and electrical blueprints.
5b. Using the guide below, choose the alphabet that best describes your level of independence using the following instructions:
A. Not able to read and interpret; unable to use
B. Able to read and interpret under close supervisory guidance
C. Able to read and interpret, however may require some assistance
D. Able to read and interpret on my own, independently, without supervision
__ building codes
__ electrical components and symbols
__ simple circuit diagrams
__ building plans
__ assemble drawings showing how parts fit together
__ drawings with different trade symbols
__ engineering drawings
__ circuit diagrams for internal and external connections of complicated electrical equipment
__ work orders
__ schematics and block diagrams
__ wiring diagrams
__ technical manuals
__ manufacturers' specifications
5c. Check the statement that best reflects your
training and experience. (Please check only one)
__ plan and layout electrical systems from building plans, blueprints, and
plan and layout less complex repair work from work orders or sketches
check design and layout sketches of others
6. Ability to use and maintain handtools (electrical
Definition: Ability to use and maintain handtools in
6a. List the most complex tools and equipment
that you use and maintain.
6b. Check the statement that best describes your
level of independence.
__ instructs others in the use and maintenance of tools and equipment.
___ability to use and maintain tools and equipment common to electrical work using
own judgment and
___ability to use tools common to electrical work under close supervision.
7. Troubleshooting (electrical).
Defintion: Skill in troubleshooting (electrical) to
locate defects or problems.
7a. Describe troubles you have diagnosed in your
job as an electrician and explain how you were able to solve those problems.
7b. Check the statement that best describes your
training and experience.
__ troubleshooting with the assistance of a supervisor.
__ troubleshooting using own knowledge, skills and abilities to locate
__ consulted by others in difficult troubleshooting situations.
I certify that all of the
preceding statements on this SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE are correct and true to
the best of my knowledge.
Signature & Date