Essential Job Functions
Shall be a leader in safety, upholding safety as a core value
Actively participate in the behavior-based safety program and ensure every team member and contractor complies with all safety procedures and applicable task-oriented job safety analyses
Ensure site safety rules are communicated and adhered to through Site Specific Orientations, JSAs and Tailboard Meetings
Demonstrate procedural compliance in all site operation and maintenance activities by utilizing established procedures
Facilitate and implement all daily work as the on-site Tech, including producing Reports including but not limited to Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly reports
Operate site equipment, both directly and remotely
Coordinate Switching and Curtailments with relevant local utilities and ISOs.
Ensure site equipment is kept at the highest possible standard maximizing availability, reliability, efficiency, and profitability
Demonstrate work planning skills, activity scheduling and follow up to assure work conformance
Perform routine inspections - safely using tools
Manage contractors, ensuring quality work, completed safely and promptly
Exhibit excellent interpersonal skills that include listening to other's ideas and viewpoints, earning trust, and resolving conflict situations
Primary point of contact for all landowners
Manage Spare Parts inventory
Coordinate work on site between different contractors
Perform the housekeeping functions and equipment cleaning necessary to maintain the site in a clean and neat condition.
Recommend operating and/or maintenance changes that will enhance plant performance and availability
Maintain confidentiality of all information available to the position
Comply with all contractual and legal obligations impacting plant operation
Support operations at other sites during unusual events (emergencies, etc.)
Equipment operation training - contractors, other site's employees
Demonstrate the consistent use of Root Cause Failure Analysis techniques when solving plant abnormalities and equipment failures
Must be able to analyze complex problems under the pressure of emergency conditions
Use computerized Work Order, Purchase Requisition and Receiving software
Carries out other duties as assigned
Ability to effectively use diagnostic equipment
Troubleshoot, repair and maintain substation equipment such as: electrical control circuits, transformers, high voltage breakers and collection lines
Be proficient with WTG control and monitoring systems
Required to have and maintain a valid driver's license
Required to be on call as deemed necessary by Supervisor
Must be able to personally respond to plant emergencies
Must have demonstrated ability to communicate effectively; Verbal and non-verbal, i.e., formal reports.
Must be able to operate a computer terminal (or have the capability of learning), calculator, etc.
Must hold or obtain a valid passport, and be able to travel internationally with minimal restrictions
Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.