Essential Job Functions
- Participate and support site safety and environmental management systems; assure safety and environmental considerations are included in engineering products.
- Manage site engineering documents and design information to be accurate and of high quality.
- Use technical information, such as design information, operating experience and fundamental engineering principles, to resolve equipment performance problems and technical issues and to provide input to operational decisions.
- Monitor and evaluate equipment and system performance by examining and trending the results of condition-monitoring activities, reviewing equipment failures, analyzing availability/reliability information, and performing system walk downs.
- Follow-up actions, based on identified problems, trends, and root cause determinations, are timely and effective.
- Work together with turbine service provider site and technical support teams to ensure consensus for solutions to wind turbine operating problems
- Use proven RCA methodologies and tools to identify basic or causal factors in failure events or variances in
- Reside or willing to relocate within 50 miles of the facility.
- Desired working knowledge of power generation equipment, protection and isolation equipment, substations, static and dynamic reactive power equipment, electrical collection systems as well as SCADA control and HMI systems.
- Possess strong planning, scheduling and project management skills with the ability to plan and work independently.
- Possess strong computer and analytical skills.
- Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering required.
- Minimum Ten (10) years of relevant experience.
Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.