- Location: Perth
- Salary: $135k per year
Spencer Ogden are working with a Client within the power space.
This is an exciting opportunity for a WA FIFO Power Station Operator, to join their team.
- Job Role: Power Station Operator
- Contract: Contract to perm role
- Roster: 15 days on, 13 days off
- Rate: $135k plus Super
- Start Date: 16th August 23
- Location: FIFO out of Perth
- Tickets Required: WA electrical license, Relevant trade qualifications, current WA drivers license, current police clearance (within 6 months of issue) or be able to obtain one, be able to pass a full comprehensive pre- employment medical and drug test.
Previous experience required:
- Track record in operating and/or repairing gas/ diesel power stations. Ability to interpret all relative drawings and procedures, previous experience as an operator, excellent organizational and communication skills, intermediate computer skills.
Your Responsibilities will include:
- Power station operations (5 X Cummins HSK78 gas generators)
- Routine and breakdown maintenance of power generation and auxiliary equipment
- Provide detailed reports during routine maintenance tasks and unplanned maintenance events
- Managing and adhering to OHSE policies and procedures and maintaining the site to ensure it is clean and tidy
- After hour call outs to attend the power station for faults / breakdowns
- Analysis of power generation equipment/systems and associated auxiliary equipment.
- Maintain accurate running hour reports, energy readings as required.
- Attend the power station after hours while on site for faults/breakdowns.
- Raise and maintain work order and purchase requests.
- Ensure optimum stock levels of spares and consumables for the site requirements.
If you have this type of experience and are interested in the role or if you know someone else who might be interested, please apply or get in touch with me via my contact details.
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