Job type: Permanent
Job reference: : BBBH118991
Location: USA, New York, Manhattan
Sector: Gas, Utilities
Salary: US$120000 - US$121000 per annum
Date posted: 10/01/2018
This vacancy has now expired.
Steam Operations is looking to hire a talented and motivated individual to join it's team at 74th Street Steam Complex as an Operating Supervisor (1H) or Shift Supervisor (2L). A High School Diploma with 5-7 years' work experience in a power plant, US Navy, or merchant shipping environment as applicable is required, however, a Bachelor's degree in a relevant Engineering discipline with 3-5 years' work experience in a power plant, US Navy, or merchant shipping environment is preferred. Must have working knowledge of control room procedures, oil or gas fired steam generators, steam turbine generators, gas turbines, high/low pressure steam auxiliary operations, plant trouble shooting, boiler mechanics, blueprint reading, equipment assembly, and pipe fitting. The candidate must have knowledge of safe work practices and procedures, operating orders/work permits (lockout-tagout) and use of appropriate personal protective equipment including SCBAs. Strong communication/interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team are required. The Operating Supervisor (1H) must possess 3-5 years of work experience in a power plant / merchant shipping. Must have the ability to obtain a NYC Stationary Engineer License in 1-2 years of obtaining the position. The Shift Supervisor (2L) must possess 5-7 years of work experience in a power plant / merchant shipping and a NYC Stationary Engineer License. Applicants in possession of a NYC Stationary Engineer License or which are currently in the process of obtaining the license are strongly preferred.
Produce steam and electric energy for customers by ensuring the safe, efficient and environmentally compliant operations of the generating station. Oversee the operation of plant equipment which may include gas turbine generators, steam turbines, high pressure boilers, high voltage switch gear and auxiliary equipment. Supervise the startup and shutdown of equipment under normal and emergency conditions, and render decisions to remove equipment from service or to continue operations. Communicates with the System Operations Department on unit dispatch, outages, and electrical switching. Reports environmental incidents in a timely manner and prepares appropriate reports. Prepares reports associated with root cause analysis for investigation of critical incidents. Oversees or issues Operating Orders and Work Permits as required ensuring optimal operating conditions. Conduct safety talks and OJTs to reaffirm the critical importance of compliance with all applicable safe work practices, procedures, governmental regulations, and overall development of all direct reports.
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