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Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Department
Category Mechanical Sub Category
Job Type Full-Time Job Status Sourcing
Salary Range Per Month Shift Morning
Minimum Education University Degree Title
Minimum Exerience No of Jobs 2
Duration Start Publishing 10/24/2013
Stop Publishing 11/29/2013 Country United States
State New York County
City New York

ELECTRICIANS perform journey-level installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical equipment, such as generators, motors, fire alarm systems, lighting circuits, automatic transfer switches, and DC traction breakers.

SUBSTATION OPERATOR MECHANICS perform equipment operations and electrical maintenance within the PATH Railroad Substations and Switching Stations. Typical tasks include the operation, maintenance and repair of 27kv and 15kv high-tension switches and circuit breakers, 480vac switchgear and circuit breakers, 650vdc distribution circuit breakers, signal high-tension breakers, and other associated power apparatus.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution.
  • Valid Driver’s License, a CDL is preferred.
  • Electrician applicants must have 3-5 years journey-level commercial electrical work experience and knowledge of state and local NEC electrical codes.
  • Substation applicants must have 3-5 years journey-level railroad electrical work experience and knowledge repairing high tension and high voltage electrical equipment.


How to Apply: candidates can view the full job description and apply by visiting our website at and typing in the keywords Electrician or Substation.

The deadline to apply is November 6, 2013.


Qualified candidates will be invited to take a written test in November 2013.

The Port Authority of NY & NJ/Port Authority Trans-Hudson is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Posted 10/24/2013 16:59:46