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					                                 NORTHWEST POWER
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Job Title/Series/Grade: System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee, BB-3359
Job Announcement Number: 6718-09-DE
Duty Location: Throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Western Montana

Position Information: This is a permanent position with a full-time work schedule.

Anticipated Number of Positions To Be Filled: More than one (1) position will be filled

Opening Date: 06/24/09

Closing Date: 07/09/09

Salary range: **Trainee 5 - $35.69             Trainee 6 - $36.40          Trainee 7 - $37.12           Trainee 8 - $37.83
                Trainee 9 - $38.55             Trainee 10 - $39.26
*In addition to the wage rate, BPA currently pays a 3.16% differential per hour for each non-overtime hour worked. This differential is
separate from other premiums that are paid under the negotiated collective bargaining agreement. **An hourly pay increase will be
effective March 1, 2009, with the final pay rate to be determined this summer.

Organization: Transmission Services, Transmission Field Service - TF

Who May Be Considered:
Applications will be accepted from United States citizens.

"You must submit separate and complete application packages for each announcement for which you would like to be
considered". The agency is also announcing positions at the Journeyman level as System Protection Control Craftsman I
under Vacancy Announcement # 6719-09-DE.

Job Summary:
Bonneville Power Administration (best known as BPA) is headquartered in Portland, OR, and has been providing over a third of the
electricity consumed in the Pacific Northwest for more than 70 years. While we take pride in helping to “keep the lights on” we also fund
and manage one of the largest fish and wildlife programs in the world; invest in new renewable generating resources such as wind and
geothermal projects; and are proud to be a leading partner in promoting energy conservation and efficiency programs.

How are we able to accomplish so much? It‟s simple – our people! Not only is our work diverse but so are our employees who enjoy a
range of competitive benefits including flexible work schedules, generous leave, secure retirement, and much more. And the best part
of all, our employees know they make a difference every day providing a critical service to the public while they get to work, live, and
play in the great Pacific Northwest! You can learn more about BPA at www.bpa.gov.

Key Requirements:
      The System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee position is NOT an apprenticeship position. This is an Advanced
       Trainee position requiring journeyman level technician experience, performing preventive, corrective and emergency
       maintenance on electrical and electronic equipment. The System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee completes a
       training program that orients them to the specific electrical equipment and systems utilized in the Bonneville Power
       Administration.

        Technical Interviews will be required for all candidates determined qualified.

        Applicants must complete the attached “Certification of Geographic Availability Form” indicating which location(s) they
         wish to be considered for. The completed form must be returned with your application package.

        This position has a selective factor which will serve as a screen-out element. You must submit a complete copy of
         your Non-Employment driving record obtained from the Dept. of Motor Vehicles, covering the past three years and
         dated within the last 90 days. Failure to provide will result in a rating of not qualified. Applicants who do not possess a
         good driving record will receive no further consideration for this position (Details are provided in the „Qualifications‟ section of
         the announcement, below.) *Selectee will be required to submit an updated driving record prior to appointment.

        If selected, you will be required to pass a pre-appointment background investigation and physical examination.

        Your complete application package must include: a detailed resume/application that clearly supports your
         experience, education and/or training and provided you with the basic knowledge to perform the duties of this
         position as indicated by your answers and/or responses to the questions in the Supplemental Questionnaire. A
         completed supplemental questionnaire, DD-214 member 4 copy showing discharge status (if applicable), college
         transcripts (if applicable) and a complete Non-Employment driving record must be received no later than 11:59pm
         Pacific Time (PT) of the closing date to receive consideration for this position.
Major Duties: The System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee (SPC Craftsman Trainee) 5 through 10 works under the direct
supervision of a System Protection Control Craftsman or a System Protection Control Engineer. As a trainee, the incumbent performs
a variety of tasks designed to provide experience which will enhance the trainee's technical understanding and skill in the use of the
tools and equipment of the work. The System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee performs all duties in compliance with government
regulations, BPA safety rules, and the BPA-CPTC Collective Agreement.

The System Protection Control Craftsman Training Program is a formal program consisting of six steps of 6 months each. The program
starts at step 5 and ends at step 10. Trainees will be promoted to Craftsman after successfully passing the tenth step. In addition to
satisfactorily completing the on-the-job training portion of the program, trainees are required to satisfactorily complete a related training
course over the training period which will require about 8 hours each week of their own time. Failure to perform satisfactorily in either
phase of the training, as set forth in the SPC Craftsman Training Program Plan Supplementary, will be sufficient cause for removal from
the program.

Trainees may enter the program at step 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10. The length and content of the training program is based upon the step at
which the trainee is hired. The training program is adjusted according to the following schedule.

                                     Trainee 5 requires a three year training program
                                     Trainee 6 requires a two and a half year training program
                                     Trainee 7 requires a two year training program
                                     Trainee 8 requires a one and a half year training program
                                     Trainee 9 requires a one year training program
                                     Trainee 10 requires a one half year training program.

Work is performed under the supervision of an SPC Craftsman or SPC Engineer who outlines the assignments and the objectives,
suggests and discusses the work. The work is closely reviewed for conformance to instructions, accuracy, completeness and
appropriateness of any action taken. The trainee works independently on all aspects of work for which they are fully trained. The
Trainee is responsible for good work practices, learning the information required in each step and related training material, and for
completion of tasks in a manner which will insure personal safety and the safety of the crew. System Protection Control Craftsman
Trainees are accountable for government-owned, assigned personal property. They are also responsible for the proper use of tools,
vehicles, and other work equipment.

A SPC Craftsman Trainee must be able to work compatibly and effectively with workers of other crafts, engineers who test and
energize new equipment, and customers‟ and manufacturers‟ representatives. Since the work involves working in a team environment,
the ability to work cooperatively and harmoniously with others is essential.


Tasks: The SPC Craftsman Trainee, under direct supervision, performs preventive and corrective maintenance on protective relays,
revenue meters, telemetering schemes, substation control systems, and various kinds of substation monitoring equipment.

    1.   Uses test equipment to determine response of meters, relays, telemetering and other equipment. Follows accepted
         procedures to install, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment.

    2.   Arranges equipment outages with Operations and customer utilities.

    3.   Prepares data reports and keeps incidental records pertinent to the tests performed.

    4.   Uses technical documentation for maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.

    5.   Collects, scales, and annotates power system event and fault records.

    6.   Keeps test equipment in good safe working order.

    7.   Performs miscellaneous duties related to the maintenance of the power system.


WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed primarily indoors. Some work will involve travel to remote sites or substations, and may
be performed in adverse weather conditions which include extreme temperatures. The employee may be exposed to electrical hazards
of all voltages existing in the BPA system, and will be expected to work occasionally on substation equipment at heights 40 feet above
the ground. The work environment will occasionally include high noise levels or exposure to toxic or hazardous substances (i.e., acids,
solvents, PCB's, mercury, pesticides, etc.) that could, if precautions are not followed, pose a health risk. Proper respiratory and safety
equipment shall be worn when hazardous substances are being handled.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Incumbents must be physically and mentally able to efficiently perform the essential duties of the
position, with or without reasonable accommodation, without hazard to themselves or others.

    Essential Functions (those duties encompassed in a job which are indispensable and comprise the gist or substance of the job):

   Using test equipment, including computer, determines the response of protective relays, revenue meters, telemetering schemes,
    substation control systems, various kinds of substation monitoring and control equipment and performs preventive and corrective
    maintenance as needed.
    Uses technical documentation as required, for maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.

    Performs special assignments such as developing test programs, developing and assembling special test circuits, performing novel
     tests, and developing troubleshooting instructions.

    Completes associated documentation required of the above listed tasks.

    Drives approximately 25% of the time in all weather conditions.
                                                    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

                                    Physical Requirement needed to perform essential functions
             NR=not required; Rarely = 1% or less; Occasionally = 1-33%; Frequently = 34–65%; Continually = 66–100%
Climbing                  Occasionally        Able to climb ladders and work at heights averaging 5-7 feet, and on rare occasions up
                                              to 40 ft.

Balancing                   Occasionally        Requires good balance to climb ladders and stepstools. Balancing required on smooth
                                                and uneven surfaces in varied weather conditions.

Leg/Foot Use                Frequently          To operate vehicles and to climb ladders and stepstools.

Standing                    Frequently          Average of 1-2 hours uninterrupted, with a maximum of 4 hours while testing and
                                                looking at prints.
Sitting                     Frequently          To drive vehicles to and from work sites and while testing and repairing equipment;
                                                performs office work. Average of 3 hours.
Walking                     Occasionally        Walks on smooth or uneven surfaces. Average of 1 hour.

Lifting/Carrying            Occasionally        Lifts and carries test equipment. Average is 30-50 pounds with a maximum of 60-70
                                                pounds rarely.
Pushing/Pulling             Occasionally        Moves and positions equipment and materials with a force of 80 pounds. Additional
                                                exertion may be required when moving a cart loaded with test equipment over
                                                thresholds and occasionally uneven surfaces.
Twisting/Bending/           Frequently          Lifts, moves, carries, repositions, and operates test equipment and vehicles.
Stooping (knees, waist,
neck, wrist)
Handling/Grasping           Continually         Handles small, delicate components and tools involved in diagnostic testing, wiring,
                                                assembly, installation, and repair of equipment. Must be able to grasp/handle two
                                                separate items at two separate points.
Reaching                    Continually         Works with arms overhead while testing equipment, manipulating test leads, pulling
                                                devices in and out of relay panels.
Crouching                   Occasionally        May crouch while performing tests and accessing wiring in panels from floor up.

Kneeling/Crawling           Occasionally        Kneels to access and test equipment.

Fingering/Feeling           Frequently          Performs diagnostic testing, wiring, assembly, installation and repair of equipment
                                                requiring fine finger manipulation.
Other Physical
Requirements

                                                           USE OF SENSES
Talking                     Continually         Able to communicate with co-workers and to provide clear, accurate communication.

Hearing                     Continually         To receive directions from co-workers, listen for telephone. Ability to hear abnormal
                                                noises while troubleshooting.
Vision                      Continually         To safely operate equipment and use tools while testing equipment, doing installations
                                                or performing repairs, and reading electrical drawings. Requires good spatial
                                                ability/depth perception, night vision and sufficient color discrimination to distinguish
                                                color-coding or shade variations. Distant vision of at least 20/40.

Smell                       Continually         Able to detect various gases, fuels, exhausts, burning of electrical equipment, etc. Gas
                                                detectors are available.


                                                          MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Requires ability to perform effectively under stress for extended periods of time in hazardous situations, interact/communicate with
others; comprehend and follow directions; work both independently and as a team member; make decisions and judgments; maintain
flexibility in performing a variety of tasks, pay attention to detail, follow safety rules; operate vehicles and equipment safely; read and
comprehend manuals and blueprints, math/geometric skills, basic computer skills. Work may involve working alone and possibly in
isolated locations.
                                                          ENVIRONMENTAL
Work is performed primarily indoors with occasional travel to remote sites. Requires the ability to perform work outside in all weather
conditions. Frequent exposure to hazards typical of working around high voltage equipment. Occasional exposure to loud noises.
May at times work with various chemicals. MSDS are available. Required to wear various levels of PPE (hearing protection,
respiratory protection, hard hats, safety glasses; kneepads, if required, safety belts and harnesses, insulated rubber or leather gloves).

                                                    SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
Uses equipment such as cars, trucks, and communication equipment. Uses office equipment such as computers, telephones, copiers
and fax machines.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Persons filling System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee positions may be required to meet
       some or all of the following conditions:

    1.       Establish a residence in accordance with negotiated requirements that is within one hour or less commuting time under
             normal weather and road conditions, to the duty station headquarters.

    2.       Satisfactory completion of each trainee step and associated related training is mandatory for advancement to the next
             step. Failure of any two of the step examinations will result in removal from the trainee program.

    3.       Become familiar with and follow the safety practices of the BPA Accident Prevention Manual.

    4.       If exposed to health hazards, have periodic physical examinations as prescribed by competent medical authority at BPA
             expense. (Employees may work in close proximity to substances, such as acids, PCB's or pesticides, asbestos, mercury,
             etc., which may have effects on health unless prescribed handling procedures are followed.)

    5.       Possess a restricted electrical worker's permit or obtain one within 120 days after the requirement is established.

    6.       Possess a valid state driver's license. Possess a U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Authorization or obtain within 30 days
             after requirement is established and maintain continuously thereafter. Traffic citations indicating poor driving habits may
             disqualify applicants.

    7.       As circumstances dictate, or as required by management, possess or obtain standard clearance certification.

    8.       Obtain within 1 year after appointment, and maintain continuously thereafter, a valid First Aid card, CPR card, or
             appropriate training.

    9.       Operate motor vehicles, including 1-1/2 ton pickups, sedans, van type trucks, forklifts, and 4x4's. Be certified to operate
             specialized equipment if assigned to use.

    10.      Subject to call for emergency work at any time.

    11.      Be able to wear protective apparel such as respirators when required for worker safety.

    12.      The position at Ashe (Richland) requires unescorted access to a nuclear facility under the jurisdiction of the Nuclear
             Regulatory Commission. Final employee selection is subject to successfully completing a background investigation,
             medical and/or psychological evaluation and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing administered by the nuclear facility
             management. This position is also subject to random drug and alcohol testing by the nuclear facility management.

    13.      The position at Ashe (Richland) will be required to take annual radiation training and pass a written exam.

QUALIFICATIONS:
SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTOR (SCREEN-OUT ELEMENT): Applicants must submit a copy of their complete Non-
Employment driving record (obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles, covering the past 3 years and dated within the
last 90 days). Candidates with a poor driving record and/or revocation of license will be immediately disqualified from consideration
(see definition of disqualifying driving records, below*). Failure to submit driving record will result in a rating of not qualified. If
selected, you will be required to maintain a valid state driver’s license.

*Disqualifying Driving Records: Within the past three years, any of the following conditions disqualify an applicant for a U.S.
Government Motor Vehicle Authorization:
A. Conviction for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.
B. Conviction for leaving the scene of an accident without making his or her identity known.
C. Driver’s license suspended, revoked or canceled.
D. Any recurrent record of auto accidents/incidents, traffic violations, or arrests, which demonstrate that the applicant does not have an
adequate sense of responsibility. This may be shown by any of the following:
             -    Auto Accidents/Incidents
             -    Traffic Arrests
             -    Conviction for fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer.
             -    Conviction for a felony involving the use of a motor vehicle.
             -    Two or more accidents in which the applicant was at fault.
             -    Two or more excessive speeding violations (15 miles per hour or more over the posted limit).
             -    Four or more moving or traffic violations (including speeding).
How Will You Be Evaluated:
BASIS OF RATING: In addition to meeting the Selective Placement Factor above, you must also meet the following
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years experience performing preventative, corrective, and
emergency maintenance on an electrical power system.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: The System Protection Control (SPC) Craftsman Trainee is an advanced trainee position, requiring
experience, at the journeyman technician level, performing preventive, corrective and emergency maintenance on electrical and
electronic equipment. The Craftsman Trainee completes a training program that orients them to the specific electrical equipment and
systems utilized in the Bonneville Power Administration.

Specialized Experience may be substituted by or combining education completed with experience gained. Acceptable education
for substitution is: associate degree in electrical or electronic engineering technology, military electrical/electronics training schools,
electrical or electronic technical/trade school, electrical/electronic technical or correspondence training, on-the-job training, or
successful completion of an accredited electrical apprenticeship or meter relaying apprenticeship.

NOTE: You must submit a copy of college transcripts or training certificates with your application if substituting education for
specialized experience, institutional logos must appear on the documents. Applicants DD-214 (Member 4 Copy) may suffice for proof
of military training completed.

Education obtained outside the United States: If your education has been obtained outside the U.S, you must submit proof with your
application that your transcripts have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign educational
credentials and have been deemed at least equivalent to that gained in conventional U.S education institutions.

Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of experience, education, training, supervisory appraisal, and/or potential on the following
elements to determine those who are minimally qualified and those who are best qualified. The trainee will normally study and enter
into a program of systematic work experience on major categories of system protection maintenance equipment as outlined in the
“Training Standards” for each step or period under the Craftsmen.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE ATTACHED SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE FOR: SYSTEM PROTECTION
CONTROL CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE, BB-3359. Failure to submit the Attached supplemental will result in a determination of not
qualified.

JOB ELEMENTS:

Element 1. ABILITY TO DO THE WORK OF A SYSTEM PROTECTION CRAFTSMAN WITHOUT MORE THAN NORMAL
SUPERVISION. SCREEN-OUT: (Failure to meet this requirement will result in a rating of not qualified.)

Element 2. Knowledge of Electrical and Electronic Equipment.

Element 3. Knowledge of Electrical and Electronic Communication Theory.

Element 4. Ability to Use/Maintain Instruments and Hand Tools.

Element 5. Ability to Use Electrical Drawings and Documentation.


VETERANS PREFERENCE: Five-point preference is given to those honorably separated veterans (this means an honorable or
general discharge) who served on active duty (not active duty for training) in the Armed Forces: during any war (this means a war
declared by Congress, the last of which was World War II); during the period April 28, 1952, through July 1, 1955; for more than 180
consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, and before October 15, 1976; during the Gulf War period
beginning August 2, 1990, and ending January 2, 1992; or for more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred during the
period beginning September 11, 2001, and ending on the date prescribed by Presidential proclamation or by law as the last day of
Operation Iraqi Freedom; or in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized, such as El Salvador,
Lebanon, Granada, Panama, Southwest Asia, Somalia, and Haiti. You must submit a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4 copy of your
discharge papers) with your application. You may be entitled to a 10-point veteran's preference if you are a disabled veteran or Purple
Heart recipient or you are the widow, widower, or mother of a deceased veteran. You must submit a Standard Form 15 (SF-15) and
documented proof of your claim to receive 10 pt. preference.

CAREER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/INTERAGENCY CAREER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
(CTAP/ICTAP): Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP)
or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be well qualified for the position to receive consideration for
special priority selection. See Basis for Rating for definition of "well qualified". Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP eligibility must
submit proof that they meet the requirements of 5 CFR 330.605 (a) for CTAP and 5 CFR 330.704 for ICTAP. This includes a copy of
the agency notice, a copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade
level, and duty location. Please annotate your application to reflect that you are applying as a CTAP or ICTAP eligible. NOTE: For
CTAP/ICTAP, well qualified for non-status applicants means an applicant who scores 85 points or higher prior to the addition of
veteran's preference, if applicable. For additional information please refer to http://www.opm.gov/.
BENEFITS:
You may participate in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, with costs shared with your employer. More info:
http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#FEHB.

Life insurance coverage is provided. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#life

Long-Term Care Insurance is offered and carries into your retirement. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#ltci

New employees are automatically covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). If you are transferring from another
agency and covered by CSRS, you may continue in this program. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#retr

You will earn annual vacation leave. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#VACA

You will earn sick leave. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#SKLV

You will be paid for federal holidays that fall within your regularly scheduled tour of duty. More info:
http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#HOLI

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your application with your completed supplemental questionnaire, complete Non-Employment driving record obtained from the
Dept. of Motor Vehicles. It must be received with the application prior to the closing date of the announcement.

Your application package should include the following:

1.  Your resume, or other application, that fully describes your education and experience.
2.  Completed Supplemental Questionnaire for System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee. (Required – Failure to
    complete and submit the Attached supplemental questionnaire will result in a rating of not qualified and your application
    will not receive any further consideration).
3. Copy of your complete Non-Employment driving record dated within the last three months and covering the last 3 years
    obtained from the Dept. of Motor Vehicles. (Required – Failure to provide will result in a determination of not qualified
    and your application will not receive any further consideration).
4. Geographic Availability Sheet (attached)
5. College Transcripts (Required - if substituting education for specialized experience, institutional logos must appear on
    the documents).
6. If you are applying as a reinstatement or status candidate from another Federal agency, please include a copy of your
    most recent Standard Form (SF)-50, Notification of Personnel Action.
7. If you are applying for consideration as a 30% or more disabled veteran, you must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4),
    Standard Form 15 (Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference), and documented proof of claim as specified on the SF-15.
8. If you are applying for consideration as a VEOA, you must be either a preference eligible or have substantially completed an initial
    3-year term of active duty military service. You must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4).
9. If you are applying for Veteran‟s Recruitment Appointment (VRA) you must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4). For more
    information on VRA, see website www.usajobs.opm.gov or www.va.gov.
10. All non-BPA applicants are encouraged to complete and submit, BPA Form F3330-11e, Applicant Disability, Race/National Origin
    and Gender Identification form (attached).

REQUIRED INFORMATION ON RESUME*:
1. Announcement number, title, and grade of the position for which you are applying.
2. Your full name, mailing address, and day and evening telephone number.
3. Your e-mail address (please provide if available – failure to provide will not effect the processing of your application.)
4. Country of citizenship.
5. High school attended which includes name of high school, location (city/state), and date of diploma or GED.
6. Work experience (Paid and non-paid experience related to the job for which you are applying. Include job title (YOU MUST
   INCLUDE SERIES AND GRADE IF FEDERAL JOB), duties and accomplishments, employer's name and address, supervisor's
   name and phone number, starting and ending dates (including month and year), salary, hours worked per week, salary).
7. Indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.
8. A list of other job related training, skills (for example, languages, tools, machinery, typing speed, etc.), certificates and licenses,
   honor societies, awards, professional membership, publications, leadership activities, performance awards, etc.

**Please note that if your resume or application does not provide all of the information requested as required in the vacancy
announcement, you will lose consideration.

FORMS AVAILABILITY: All application materials may be obtained from all Bonneville Power Administration Human Resources offices
            th
at 905 NE 11 Avenue, Portland, OR 97232, or by calling 503-230-3810, or 1-877-975-4272. You may also download a copy of this
announcement, including all forms from our website at http://www.jobs.bpa.gov

If you have questions, you may call the Employment Center at 503-230-3810, or 1-877-975-4272.

Applicants should retain a copy of their application as BPA does not return applications or provide copies.
WHERE TO APPLY:
If mailing your application, please send to the following address: Bonneville Power Administration, ATTN: Human Resources,
Employment Center – NHR-1, PO Box 3621, Portland, OR, 97208-3621. If applications are delivered in person, they can be delivered
to: Bonneville Power Administration, Human Resources, Employment Center, NHQ-1, 905 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232.
Please note that if you do not currently have a building access pass, and you are hand delivering your application, you will
not be able to gain access into the building after 6 p.m.


RECEIPT OF APPLICATION:
Your complete application must be received no later than 11:59p.m. Pacific Time (PT) of the closing date to be accepted. Applications
submitted by fax or e-mail must be time/date stamped or electronically postmarked at point of origin no later than 11:59p.m. PT.

Applicants will be notified of receipt of their application package.


FAX APPLICATIONS:
Faxed applications should be sent to 503-230-3149. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials transmit
successfully.

EMAIL APPLICATIONS:
Applications should be sent as email attachments to: jobs@bpa.gov. The Announcement Number must be included in the subject line
of the email. Required forms may be sent as email attachments, may be faxed, or sent as hard copy. Application materials provided by
different means must be cross–referenced so they may be combined at BPA. Applicants who apply by email will receive an email
confirmation. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials are formatted in a manner that will transmit successfully.


What to Expect Next:
You will receive notification that we have received your application. This notification will also explain our process in more detail.
You may check the status of closed vacancy announcements on our website at:
http://www.jobs.bpa.gov/Job_Search/index.aspx

EEO Policy Statement
The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political
affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor.

Reasonable Accommodation
Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring
reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations
on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

Veterans Information
Veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces and were separated under honorable conditions may be eligible for
veterans‟ preference. For service beginning after October 15, 1976, the veteran must have served the required length of time and have
a Campaign Badge, Expeditionary Medal, a service-connected disability, or have served in the Gulf War between August 2, 1990, and
January 2, 1992.

The Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) gives veterans access to job vacancies that might otherwise be closed to them. The
law allows eligible veterans to compete for vacancies advertised under agency‟s promotion procedures when the agency is seeking
applications from outside of its own workforce.

To claim veterans‟ preference, veterans should be ready to provide a copy of their DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from
Active Duty, or other proof. Veterans with service connected disability and others claiming 10 point preference will need to submit Form
SF-15, Application for 10-point Veterans‟ Preference.

For more specifics on all veterans employment issues such as Veterans preference or special appointing authorities see the VetGuide.

Legal and Regulatory Guidance
Privacy Act - Privacy Act Notice (PL 93-579): The information requested here is used to determine qualifications for employment and is
authorized under Title 5 U.S.C. 3302 and 3361.

Signature - Before you are hired, you will be required to sign and certify the accuracy of the information in your application.

False Statements - If you make a false statement in any part of your application, you may not be hired; you may be fired after you begin
work; or you may be subject to fine, imprisonment, or other disciplinary action.

Selective Service - If you are a male applicant born after December 31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the
Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law.
                                    BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION
                                       SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE
                              SYSTEM PROCTECTION CONTROL (SPC) CRAFTSMAN
                                                  and
                           SYSTEM PROTECTION CONTROL (SPC) CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE




Name                                                       US Citizenship Status         Announcement Number


Street Address/P.O. Box


City/State                                                         Zip Code


Telephone (Day)             Evening (Cellular)                 Electronic-mail address



                                              PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION

The Bonneville Power Administration is authorized to rate applicants for Federal jobs under the provisions of Title 5,
United States Code, chapter 11, sections 1104, 1302, 3301, and 3304.

The information you provide will be used to determine your qualifications for these positions. If you do not complete the
information listed, we will be unable to rate your application, and you will not be considered for these positions.


                                                    CERTIFICATION STATEMENT
             I certify that the information provided in this supplemental questionnaire is true and correct to
             the best of my knowledge.




             Signature                                                           Date
                                                          APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

Instructions

You must have sufficient knowledge, skills and meet the screen-out question(s) identified in this questionnaire to be
determined qualified for either position. Eligibility will be determined by the relevance, scope, and quality of experience
and training, regardless of where/how acquired.

There are five (5) Elements to this questionnaire; applicants must complete all Five (5) Elements to receive full
consideration. Follow all instructions carefully; not responding to an element or leaving blanks will result in a possible
rating of not qualified and you may not receive further consideration for this position. Note: If duplicate/multiple
application materials are submitted we will consider the most recent submission to be the one of record.

Your complete application package must include: a detailed resume/application that clearly supports your
experience, education and/or training and provided you with the basic knowledge to perform the duties of this
position as indicated by your answers and/or responses to the questions in the Supplemental Questionnaire. If a
determination is made that you have responded to the questions at a higher level than is supported by your description of
experience, education and/or training completed, you will be rated as not qualified.

The supplemental questionnaire is lengthy and you may have a tendency to rush through it. It is in your best interest to
take your time, be accurate and detailed in your responses. Short descriptive answers will be adequate, but they must
include all the requested information. Do not use “ditto” marks. You may attach separate sheets if additional space is
needed to provide full responses to the question. Narrative responses will be evaluated based on the depth of individual
involvement, level of responsibility, complexity of the task, degree of difficulty. Be sure to describe in complete detail how,
when and where you gained your experience.
                                                      APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Occasionally, System Protection Control (SPC) Craftsman and Craftsman Trainees might have to work under other than
normal conditions. Please indicate whether you WILL or WILL NOT work under such conditions. (Failure to respond to
each of the following statements will result in a determination of not qualified and your application will not
receive any further consideration for this position.)


            WILL
 WILL
            NOT
                      Work under varying climatic conditions

                      Work at and travel to remote locations (may be alone)

                      Work with a team or crew

                      Work around high voltage

                      Work subject to emergency call-outs

                      Work above ground (heights above 40 feet)

                      Work around high noise levels

                      Work with respirator or full face mask

                      Work around moving machinery

                      Lift and carry equipment and instruments weighing up to 50 lbs

                      Work around toxic or hazardous materials
                                                       APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 1       ABILITY TO DO THE WORK OF A SYSTEM PROTECTION CONTROL (SPC)
                CRAFTSMAN or SYSTEM PROTECTION CONTROL CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE without
                more than normal supervision. (SCREEN-OUT Element: Failure to meet this
                requirement will result in a rating of not qualified.)



Provide written response to each of the following questions for Element 1. (You may insert additional pages if
more room is needed to provide your detailed response to this statement.)




   A. What are the most complex kinds of electrical equipment you have operated, overhauled, tested, repaired, or
      installed?




   B. Describe a situation, within the last five years of your work, in which you had to use mathematics and electrical
      theory to solve a complex problem.




   C. Describe your use of a personal computer on the job, at home, or school. Discuss the various software programs
      you routinely use including specialized work applications.
                                                       APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 2      KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.

INSTRUCTIONS: Using the following chart, check each box (in the right-hand column) that
        describes all of the activities you have performed on each piece of equipment listed. Provide narrative comments
       to completely describe how you gained your experience. Be sure to include specific brand names and test types
       you have used. (If additional space is needed to fully describe your experience(s), you may attach additional
       sheets of paper or insert additional space for your response to each statement.)

         A INSTALLATION - Mounting and connecting external wiring.
         B PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE - Manufacturers recommended or company‟s routine maintenance.
         C TROUBLESHOOTING & REPAIR - Analyze and identify defective assembly or subassembly.
         D COMMISSIONING - Complete functional testing, manufacturer‟s specifications testing, test methods
           development.
         E OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE - Control of equipment.

 Item                            Tools and Equipment                              A   B   C    D    E
   1     Substation and industrial controls- motors, generators and processes


   2     Industrial controllers (PLC‟s) and associated network components


   3     DC batteries systems, invertors, UPS


   4     Voltage regulators


   5     Exciters


   6     Power transformers - including monitoring and controls


   7     Power circuit breakers – oil/air/gas including monitoring and controls


   8     Instrument transformers


   9     SCADA systems, remote terminal unit
                                                        APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 2    KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.
Continued


 Item                            Tools and Equipment                             A   B   C   D   E
   10   Transducers, industrial and power system


 11     Remedial action and generation transfer stability control


 12     Annunciators, alarm systems, and event recording systems


 13     Electronic board testing and repair for analog and digital circuits


 14     Fiber optic cable devices and termination frames


 15     Switchboard indicating instruments


 16     Automated meter reading system, telephone and cellular data collection


 17     Watt-hour meters – single and three phase


 18     Digital fault recorders and power quality analyzers


 19     Substation data integration networks, routers, transceivers


 20     Non directional overcurrent relays electro-mechanical (51)


 21     Directional overcurrent relays electro-mechanical (67)


 22     Overcurrent relays electronic and micro processor ( 51,67)
                                                         APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 2    KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.
Continued

 Item                            Tools and Equipment                            A   B   C   D   E
   23   Over voltage relays (59) and under voltage relays (27)


 24     Distance relays electro-mechanical (21)


 25     Line protection micro processor based relays


 26     Pilot protection schemes – remote trip devices


 27     Pilot wire relays (85)


 28     Line current differential relays


 29     Breaker failure relays (52)


 30     Distribution recloser breaker controls


 31     Transformer differential relays mechanical (87)


 32     Transformer protection micro processor based relays


 33     Bus differential relays (87) voltage differential relays (87)


 34     Frequency relays (81) synchronizing relays (25)


 35     Single pole transmission line relays
                                                          APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 3          KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC THEORY.

1. Did you graduate from High School or receive GED equivalency?            YES     ____     NO ____
Equivalent number of years of college education _____________

College Degrees Awarded ____________________ Major Areas of Study _______________




2. Have you completed a formal electrical or electronics apprenticeship or training program?
   YES ____ NO ____
If YES give year(s) completed, title of program major area(s) and name of sponsor. (Attach a list of courses taken if this
was not a BPA apprenticeship program.)




If you had other types of formal schooling list course title, type of school (military, trade, correspondence, or other), dates
of courses, (If necessary, continue on an additional sheet of paper)




3. Do you have any on the job experience in electronics, industrial electrical, or power facilities?
   YES ____ NO ____
If YES give year(s) of experience, title of position(s) and name of company(s).
                                                        APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 3         KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC THEORY.
Continued


4. Use the following codes to complete each column in the below table.
                          LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE                                SOURCE OF TRAINING
 N   No knowledge of this theory either in education, training, or work.   HS   High School
 B   Basic understanding of concepts (classroom lectures and problem       C    College
     sets)
 T   Thorough knowledge (used on the job)                                   T      Technical School
 C   Comprehensive understanding (have instructed others)                   M      Military
                                                                           OJT     On-The-Job
                                                                           COR     Correspondence
      MATH, ELECTRICAL AND                                Use the above      Use the above chart to
      ELECTRONIC THEORIES                                chart to record            indicate
                                                          your HIGHEST        ALL of your training
                                                             level of              completed
                                                        knowledge gained
l.    Algebra

2.    Trigonometry

3.    DC Theory

4.    AC Theory - Single Phase

5.    AC Theory - Three Phase

6.    AC Vector and Phasor Analysis

7.    Electronics (ICs, OP Amps, Diodes,
      Transistors)
8.    Digital Logic Theory (Logic Gates, Binary
      Numbers)
9.    Fiber Optic Application and Installation Theory
                                                         APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 4        ABILITY TO USE INSTRUMENTS AND HAND TOOLS

For each of the following tasks use examples to fully describe what, when, where and how you performed the
work. Be sure to discuss the instruments and tools you used in gaining your experience using specific brand
names if known. Provide examples of: measured values and units you used in making a measurement. (If
additional space is needed to fully describe your experience(s), you may attach additional sheets of paper or insert
additional space for your response to each statement.)


    1. Troubleshoot an AC or DC control circuit.


    2.   Test a low voltage circuit breaker‟s contacts for open/close condition.


    3. Verify an electrical circuit is de-energized.


    4. Check for wire insulation breakdown.


    5. Measure high voltage breaker contact condition.


    6. Adjust an oscillator or speed controller.


    7. Measure voltage waveform for amplitude and frequency.


    8. Adjust amplitude for an AC voltage test source.


    9. Test watt-hour meters for accuracy.


    10. Measure phase angle between voltage and current.


    11. Measure a relay pickup and drop out.


    12. Measure phase rotation and polarity.


    13. Calibrate transducers.
                                                       APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 4      ABILITY TO USE INSTRUMENTS AND HAND TOOLS
Continued


  14. Test high voltage line protection relays.


  15. Capture power system faults and disturbances.


  16. Measure power system harmonics.


  17. Locate electrical cable system faults.


  18. Troubleshoot data transmission errors.


  19. Locate fiber optic cable faults.


  20. Measure fiber optic cable signal strength.


  21. Locate battery grounds.


  23. Measure battery voltage.


  24. Verify voltage transformer or power transformer ratio.


  25. Verify current transformer ratio and polarity.


  26. Measure motor starting and running current.


  27. Measure a resistor.


  28. Measure power circuit breaker operation time.


  29. Measure temperature control set points and indication.
                                                        APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 4     ABILITY TO USE INSTRUMENTS AND HAND TOOLS
Continued

  30. Measure and repair an electronic circuit board.


  31. Measure relay or breaker contact bounce.


  32. Measure transient voltage and current.


  33 Record substation voltage and current during transients and faults.


  34 Terminated cables and install panel wiring and connectors.


  35 Soldering components and wires.


  36 Mounting electrical equipment.


  37 Measuring/adjusting close tolerance gaps.


  38 Measuring floor layouts and spaces for rack and equipment installation.


  39 Installation of lock out tag out devices and barriers.


  40 Selected appropriate insulated hand tools for low voltage work.
                                                        APPLICANT NAME: ___________________________________

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE - SPC CRAFTSMAN and SPC CRAFTSMAN TRAINEE

ELEMENT 5       ABILITY TO USE ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTATION


For each of the following items describe: how you have used each item, for what purpose, for what kinds of electrical
circuits, and for what types of equipment in gaining your experience and skill.


        1. Electronic device schematic diagrams


        2. Control system schematic diagrams


        3. Layout and wiring diagrams


        4. Power system one line diagrams


        5. Logic diagrams and switch contact diagrams


        6. Equipment manuals


        7. Semi-conductor, integrated circuit, and electrical device data sheets


        8. Three phase AC schematic diagrams


        9. Describe a time when you used a schematic and wiring diagram to work on an electrical device.


        10. Describe a time when you updated schematics or wiring diagrams to show modifications you made on
        equipment or controls schemes.
                                           GEOGRAPHIC AVAILABILITY FORM
                               System Protection Control Craftsman Trainee
         NAME                                             DATE                    ANNOUNCEMENT #
                                                                                           6718-09-DE


Please check all locations for which you are available for work. You will only be considered for hire at the locations you check
when a position becomes available.

    Although the announcement is being advertised for multiple locations, it is not intended to convey any implication nor
    expectation that positions will be filled at all locations. The duty locations shown below may not have a vacancy during the
    open period of this announcement.


    ANYWHERE IN OREGON, WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OR MONTANA


          OREGON                                      WASHINGTON                                    IDAHO
          ANYWHERE                                    ANYWHERE                                      ANYWHERE

          Eugene/Goshen (Alvey)                       Bridgeport (Chief Joe)                        Burley
          Klamath Falls (Malin)                       Bremerton (Kitsap)                            Idaho Falls
          Coos Bay (North Bend)                       Ellensburg (Schultz)                          Lewiston
          Redmond                                     Pasco (Franklin)
          Keizer/Salem (Chemawa )                     Kent (Covington)                              MONTANA
          The Dalles (Big Eddy)                       Longview                                      ANYWHERE
          The Dalles (Celilo)                         Olympia
          Umatilla (McNary)                           Richland (Ashe)                               Missoula (Garrison )
                                                      Snohomish                                     Kalispell
                                                      Spokane (Bell)
                                                      Vancouver (Ross)
                                                      Wenatchee (Sickler)

       UNASSIGNED-ANYWHERE IN OREGON, WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OR MONTANA
       The unassigned position is filled at a location well suited for training. Upon
       completion of the training program you will be reassigned to the next vacant
       location.
BPA Form F3330-11e
10/06

        APPLICANT DISABILITY, RACE/NATIONAL ORIGIN AND GENDER IDENTIFICATION
                  (Please read the instructions and Privacy Act Statement before completing this form)

                                                        PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT

This data is being collected to plan and evaluate the agency‟s recruitment of persons with disabilities, minorities and women, and to
help ensure that agency personnel practices meet the requirements of Federal law and regulation. The data you supply will be used for
statistical analysis only. SUBMISSION OF THIS INFORMATION IS VOLUNTARY. Failure to provide this information will have no effect
on the processing of your application for Federal employment. Individual personnel selections are not made based on this information.

Authority: Sections 1302, 3301, 3302, 3304 and 7201 of Title 5 of the U.S. Code, Section 2000e of Title 42 of the U.S. Code; and
Section 791 of Title 29 of the U.S. Code.

1. Vacancy Announcement Number                                           2. Position Title, Series, Grade

3. Name (Last, First, Middle Initial)



5. Gender             Male               Female


6. SECTION A. DISABILITY STATUS
A person is disabled if he or she has a physical or mental impairment, which substantially limits one or more major life activities. Please
read the disability descriptions below and then write the two-digit numeric code in the box above which best describes your disability, if
any. If you have more than one disability, choose the one which results in the most substantial limitation.

      01. I do not wish to identify my handicap status.
      05. I do not have a disability
SPEECH/HEARING/VISION IMPAIRMENTS

       13. Severe speech malfunction or inability to speak; hearing is normal (Examples: defects of articulation [unclear language
                 sounds]; stuttering; aphasia [impaired language function]; laryngectomy [removal of the “voice box”]).
       15. Hard of hearing (Total deafness in one ear or inability to hear ordinary conversation, correctable with a hearing aid).
       16. Total deafness in both ears, with understandable speech.
       17. Total deafness in both ears, and unable to speak clearly.
       22. Ability to read ordinary size print with glasses, but with loss of peripheral (side) vision (Restriction of the visual field to the
                  extent that mobility is affected – “Tunnel vision”).
       23. Inability to read ordinary size print, not correctable by glasses (can read oversize print or use assisting devices such as
                  glass or projector modifier).
       24. Blind in one eye
       25. Blind in both eyes (no usable vision, may have some light perception)
MISSING EXTREMITIES

         27. One hand                 28. One arm            29. One foot              32. One leg
         33. Both hands or arms                              34. Both feet or legs
         35. One hand or arm and one foot or leg             36. One hand or arm and both feet or legs
         37. Both hands or arms and one foot or leg          38. Missing both hands or arms and both feet or legs.
NONPARALYTIC ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENTS (Because of chronic pain, stillness, or weakness in bones or joints, there is some
loss of ability to move or use a part or parts of the body.)

        44. One or both hands        45. One or both feet        46. One or both arms      47. one or both legs
        48. Hip or pelvis            49. Back                    57. Any combination of two or more parts of the body
PARTIAL PARALYSIS (Because of a brain, nerve, or muscle problem, including palsy and cerebral palsy, there is some loss of ability
to move or use a part of the body, including legs, arms, and/or trunk.)

         61. One hand                62. One arm, any part     63. One leg, any part     64. Both hands
         65. Both legs, any part     66. Both arms, any part
         67. One side of the body, including one arm and one leg.       68. Three or more major parts of the body (arms and legs)

7. COMPLETE PARALYSIS (Because of a brain, nerve, or muscle problem, including palsy and cerebral palsy, there is complete loss
of ability to move or use a part of the body, including legs, arms, and/or trunk.)
           70. One hand                71. Both hands             72. One arm                 73. Both arms
           74. One leg                 75. Both legs              76. Lower half of body, including legs
           77. One side of body, including one arm and one leg
           78. Three or more major parts of body (arms and legs)
OTHER IMPAIRMENTS
80. Heart disease with no restriction or limitation of activity (History of heart problems with complete recovery.)
         81. Heart disease with restriction or limitation of activity
         82. Convulsive disorder (e.g. epilepsy)
         83. Blood disease (e.g. sickle cell anemia, leukemia, hemophilia)
         84. Diabetes
         86. Pulmonary or respiratory disorders (e.g. tuberculosis, emphysema, asthma)
         87. Kidney dysfunction (e.g. if dialysis [Use of an artificial kidney machine is required])
         88. Cancer (a history of cancer with complete recovery)
         82. Cancer (undergoing surgical and/or medical treatment)
         90. Mental retardation (Chronic and lifelong condition involving a limited ability to learn, to be educated, and to be trained for
                    useful productive employment as certified by a State Vocational Rehabilitation agency under section 213.3102(t)
                    of Schedule A.)
         91. Mental or emotional illness (A history of treatment for mental or emotional problems.)
         92. Severe distortion of limbs and/or spine (e.g. dwarfism, severe distortion of the back)
         93. Disfigurement of face, hands, or feet (e.g. distortion of features on skin, such as those caused by burns, gunshot injuries,
                    and birth defects [gross facial birthmarks, club feet, etc.])
         94. Learning disability (A disorder in one or more of the processes involved in understanding, perceiving, or using language
                   Or concepts [spoken or written]; e.g. dyslexia.)
06. I have a disability, but it is not listed above: Describe below:




SECTION B. ETHNICITY AND RACE IDENTIFICATION: Specific Instructions: The two questions below are designed
to identify your ethnicity and race. Regardless of your answer to question 1, go to question 2.
Question 1. Are you Hispanic or Latino? (A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or
other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.)
                      Yes                            No
Question 2. Please select the racial category or categories with which you most closely identify by placing an “X” in the
appropriate box(s). Check as many as apply.
         RACIAL CATEGORY
                                                                                DEFINITION OF CATEGORY
       (Check as many as apply)
                                                      A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South
      American Indian or Alaska Native                America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or
                                                      community attachment.

                                                      A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East,
                                                      Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example,
      Asian
                                                      Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine
                                                      Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

      Black or African American                       A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa

      Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific                A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam,
      Islander                                        Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.
                                                      A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle
      White
                                                      East, or North Africa.
In order for us to assess the effectiveness of our Recruitment efforts, please
identify how you learned about this job by marking the appropriate box below:
Internet web-site (please indicate which website below)

          American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians ASCET

          American Public Power Association (APPA)

          Elineman.com

          EnergyCentralJobs

          EnergyJobsNetwork

          EnergyJobsPortal

          Entelec

          Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc, IEEE

          Line-man.com

          InterNational Association for Radio, Telecommunications, Electromagnetics NARTE

          NWPPA

          NWJobs

          Oregon Live

          T&D World

          TVPPA

          UtilityJobsOnline.com

          Utility-Worker

    Trade Journal

    Newspaper Ad

    Other (please specify)____________________________________________

				
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