Keep reports and records of tests performed by relay field-test crews.
What does a Relay Record Clerk do?
Compiles, classifies, and keeps reports and records of tests performed by relay field-test crews and transmits supervisor’s instructions to relay test crews of electric power company: Prepares reports and verifies accuracy of data submitted by field-test crews in company plant and substation installations. Prepares reports on maintenance and new-installation tests performed at customer’s substation. Classifies, files, and issues blueprints and related documents used on construction work by field-test crews. Verifies accuracy of calculations on test reports, such as power or current transformer ratio, circuit breaker time-performance, and transformer winding resistance, using calculator. Summarizes daily field-test reports and posts data in logbooks. Relays supervisor’s instructions to test crews, using communication system.