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This position is accountable for both planning and directing the repair of electrical or instrumentation systems for assigned equipment in the generating station and, in addition, is responsible for analyzing operating deficiencies in these systems to maintain maximum availability and efficiency within budget constraints.
Essential Functions: (These duties must be performed in the job; however, additional duties may be assigned)
:Maintains assigned equipment systems to assure reliability and availability of the plant.
:Analyzes operating problems, establishes emergency operating procedures and priorities and plans and directs repairs to assure timely repair of equipment.
:Enforces safety rules and trains personnel to develop safe work practices and procedures to assure overall safe plant operation.
:Maintains equipment service records as a preventive maintenance measure to detect possible future problems without unnecessary loss of production.
:Oversees the work of outside contractors if needed.
:Operates within assigned budget for his/her plant subsystems and achieves the performance targets in the business plan.
:Plans and directs work to assure compliance with all environmental and regulatory requirements.
:Ensures the work site is maintained and returned to a safe, reliable and orderly condition.
:Routinely supervises maintenance and electrical/instrument technicians in the dismantling, repairing and assembly of equipment systems and tools used in the plant. Writes procedures to be used by technicians in analyzing and repairing equipment. If an outside contractor is utilized, the incumbent is responsible for overseeing this work group.
:Manages the backlog of work activities associated with his/her assigned equipment.
:Performs detail planning of job tasks so that parts, information and procedures are available to efficiently complete the tasks. The incumbent coordinates the scheduling of this work with both operations and planning personnel.
:The incumbent reviews the department logs on a daily basis to remain up:to:date on work being performed on his/her assigned equipment. He/she maintains records to better analyze future maintenance and to predict future budget requirements.
:The incumbent observes and instructs personnel in safe work practices and enforces company rules and regulations when necessary. He/she is qualified and authorized to tag and switch equipment in the plant and switchyard as appropriate.
:Keeps abreast of and applies new technology to prevent problems or reduce maintenance.
:High School diploma or GED equivalent
:Minimum of 5 years of experience in power plant equipment maintenance or a related field is required.
:Must have working knowledge of fossil/steam generation equipment and industrial/electrical/instrumentation system repair requirements.
:Associates Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineeringis preferred.
:A thorough knowledge of mechanical or electrical/instrumentation technical skills
:Overall knowledge of power plant operations.
:Blue print reading and computer skills such as Microsoft Office Suite, SAP
:Strong organizational skills and capabilit
• Location: homer city, Pittsburgh
• Post ID: 37543989 pittsburgh