$5281 and $5805 (flat-rated)


A Wastewater Treatment Electrician performs skilled electrical work in the installation, maintenance, overhaul, repair, and testing of power generating and distribution equipment, rotating equipment and their associated digital and analog controls including micro-processor based controls, devices and systems; utility protective relays and controls; fiber optic cable, terminations and devices; communications and signaling systems; standby and emergency power sources, and other electrical equipment found in wastewater collection and treatment facilities; and may serve as a lead worker for other employees engaged in this work.


1. Completion of a recognized apprenticeship as an electrician, electrical mechanic, or electrical repairer, which includes one year of full-time paid experience in the installation, maintenance, testing, or repair of industrial electrical equipment and controls, including power transformers of 4.16KV - 34.5KV, power circuit breakers, switchgear, and other high voltage equipment, or

2. Five years of full-time paid experience performing the work described in Requirement No. 1.

3. In addition to the regular City application form, each candidate is required to submit a typewritten Wastewater Treatment Electrician Application Supplement. Candidates who lack six months or less of the required experience may file for this examination. However, they cannot be appointed until the full experience requirement is met.


1. Candidates filing under Requirement No. 1 must submit an apprenticeship certificate.

2. Candidates filing under Requirement No. 2 must submit either a City of Los Angeles "Verification of Work Experience" form, which may be obtained online or from any of the locations listed on the opposite page, or a verification of work experience on company letterhead.


Each candidate must complete a regular City application and the Wastewater Treatment Electrician Application Supplement.

Applications and Supplements may be obtained on the internet at www.lacity.org/PER/

Applications must be received by TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2002.