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Plant Control Operator In Training (Pcoit) - Reactor Operator
Job Description Working under the direction of the Operations Supervisor, Managers and Instructors, in this position the incumbent will receive nuclear training and nuclear power experience prior to obtaining a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Reactor Operator License. Upon successful completion of the training program and obtaining a Reactor Operator License, he/she will Operate or direct the operation of nuclear systems, nuclear safety-related systems, turbine-generator systems, plant electrical distribution systems and various plant auxiliary systems.
This position may direct the work of non-supervisory employees of the same or lower job classifications as required. Primary job duties include but are not limited to: 1. During classroom portion of training, participates in lectures, examinations and other training evolution's. During on-the-job portion of the training the candidate, in order to gain knowledge and proficiency in plant operations and equipment, will learn to perform control room and in-plant duties including but not limited to:
Operates equipment and systems in a competent and safe manner and conducts tests as required in accordance with approved procedures.
Observes the condition of the reactor and station equipment and makes or directs others to operate or make adjustments as required.
Shutdown the Reactor when it is determined Reactor safety is in jeopardy, or when operating parameters challenge Reactor Protection System set points and automatic shutdown does not occur.
Manually initiates Engineering Safety Features during transient and accident conditions if automatic operation was not properly initiated.
Performs duties and responsibilities as System Operating Representative for the Energy Control Process determining the need for and evaluating the effects of blocking.
Prepares clearances for maintenance/outages on plant equipment not under the jurisdiction of the system operator. Transmits and receives work requests for plant equipment outages.
Coordinates with the system operator and performs/directs equipment to be switched and clearances to be applied.
Starts, regulates, and stops remote-controlled equipment, constantly observing operation under automatic and remote-manual control by means of indicating and recording devices.
Operates station equipment in remote-manual mode of operation in the event automatic control is unavailable until such control is restored.
Synchronizes generators and lines, and controls the station generating equipment and power supply to all auxiliaries and station buses of various voltages.
When assigned, performs refueling activities and fuel handling activities, such as: fuel bundle movement, fuel channel inspection and fuel inventories.
Prepares and directs alignment of leak rate, hydrostatic, and other test procedures. Function as evolution coordinator for operations.
Performs procedure reviews, initiates and processes changes to procedures, creates new procedures where none exist, and walks down operations procedures as required.
Maintains thorough knowledge of appropriate Plans and Procedures, Radiological Health and Safety Programs, Industrial Safety Programs, Plant Controlled Access Areas and Security Procedures. 2. Performs such other related duties as assigned or as necessary.
Candidate Qualifications Candidates must meet the basic qualifications and pass all required tests or assessments to receive consideration. Basic Qualifications Both 1 and 2 must be met: 1. A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent certificate and at least 3 years of total power plant experience.
Total power plant experience is defined as any of the following: A. Any combination of nuclear or fossil power plant experience totaling more than 36 months; B. Total military nuclear experience of at least 72 months C.
Combination of the above (A and B) totaling at least 36 months with military experience divided in half; D.
Academic experience may be substituted for power plant experience as follows: i. BS Degree in engineering, engineering technology or related sciences, or professional engineering license may substitute for a maximum of 18 months of power plant experience; ii.
AS degree in the same fields may be substituted for a maximum of 9 months of power plant experience. E. Please refer to the Institute of Nuclear Power Operators document, ACAD 10-001, Rev1 Guidelines for Initial Training and Qualification of Licensed Operators for further details. 2. Must meet one of the following criteria:
A. At least 6 months’ experience performing plant operational duties as a qualified non-licensed operator at Susquehanna Nuclear Station (qualified for all power block and safety systems operational duties), (OR) B. At least 12 months experience performing plant operational duties as a non-licensed operator at a comparable (BWR/PWR) facility (qualified for all power block and safety systems operational duties), or 18 months’ experience at a noncomparable commercial power reactor facility (OR) C. At least 6 months experience performing power plant operation duties as an Active licensed reactor operator (per 10CFR55.53(e)) at a comparable (BWR/PWR) facility, or 9 months’ experience at a noncomparable commercial power reactor facility (OR) D.
At least 24 months in position equivalent to the reactor operator position at a military reactor (qualified to manipulate or direct the manipulation of control rods, i.e. Reactor Operator, Engineering Officer of the Watch/Propulsion Plant Watch Officer, or Engineering Watch Supervisor/Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor) 3. Valid driver's license. 4.
Satisfactory physical and mental condition as evidenced by successfully passing company-provided examinations in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations 10 CFR 55.11 (a) (1) and (a) (2). 5. Must meet the requirements of ANSI/ANS-3.1 1981 and REG Guide 1.8 Rev2
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Note: You will have an opportunity to add attachments to your application. Please use this opportunity to upload your resume, cover letter, and any relevant documents . Thank you for your interest in Talen Energy!
Talen Energy is one of the largest competitive energy and power generation companies in North America. We operate power plants that use diverse fuel sources in the most attractive wholesale power markets, and sell energy to wholesale and retail customers in selected competitive markets. Our passion for excellence grows value through safe and efficient operations.
We have an inclusive, diverse, respectful and collaborative workplace, and a strong commitment to innovation, teamwork and integrity. We generate energy for a brighter tomorrow. Talen Energy is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, disability, perceived disability or any other protected characteristic as may be defined by applicable law. If you need assistance with the application process, please email us at Talen_HR@talenenergy.com .
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Plant Operator - Pittsylvania
Description NAES Corporation has an immediate opening for an experienced Plant Operator at the Pittsylvania Power Station, an 80-megawatt facility located in Hurt, Va. Pittsylvania is one of the largest biomass power stations on the East Coast. The facility's sole source for producing electricity is from burning wood chips. About NAES: We are an independent services company dedicated to delivering value to facilities across the power generation, oil & gas, petrochemical, pulp & paper, and manufacturing industries. For more than 35 years, we have drawn on our deep experience in financial advisory, operations, maintenance, fabrication, construction, engineering, compliance and technical support to assess, build, operate and maintain sites that run safely, reliably and cost-effectively. We operate more than 120 power plants throughout the U.S. and in five other countries, spanning all technologies and providing over 33GW of capacity. With the strength of 4000 people, our growing family of companies now addresses the entire life cycle of power and industrial processing plants. NAES offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package (including retirement) and promotional opportunities.
Requirements GENERAL SUMMARY The Plant Operator
(PO) assists in the safe and efficient operation of the power plant and the supporting equipment and systems. The PO carries out all routine water/gas chemistry analysis, inspects and monitors operating components and reports plant status.
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS Assist in start-up, shut-down and normal operations of power plant systems. Operate major auxiliary apparatus such as: air compressors; circulating water systems; boiler feedwater treatment system; waste water systems; generator cooling system; boiler feedwater and condensate system; and locally controlled electrical and mechanical equipment. Perform operating tests and inspections, and make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment assigned to achieve proper operating conditions.
Execute orders from the Control Room Operator at isolated panels for clearing equipment or making it ready for service in accordance with operating instructions and procedures; clear, tag, test and safety tape these operations. Perform routine water chemistry analysis and operate continuous Emissions Monitoring equipment. Maintain logs as assigned.
Report any abnormal or irregular conditions that develop during the progress of the work and take corrective measures within the scope of operating instructions. Assist maintenance personnel during maintenance periods. Complete other tasks as required by the Control Room Operator, Shift Supervisor, or the O&M; Manager.
NAES SAFE Safety is a core value of NAES and as a condition of employment, all employees are expected to be mentally alert and work safely at all times. Additionally, employees are required to adhere to all safety warnings and posted safety signs whenever on company property. Furthermore, employees must follow all NAES safety rules and procedures.
Effectiveness in carrying out this responsibility is part of the evaluation of each and every employee’s performance. WORKING RELATIONSHIPS The PO reports to the Shift Supervisor and periodically receives work direction from the CRO. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include standing on feet for extended hour periods, requiring stair and ladder climbing and routinely lifting up to 50 pounds.
Protective equipment must be worn in the performance of some duties (e.g. hard hats, safety glasses, air masks, ear protection, chemical suits, hot gloves and high voltage protective equipment, etc.). Work with hazardous materials may be required. Position requires extended working hours and varied shifts with weekend and holiday work, as required by schedules, work load and plant conditions. "On call" status will periodically be required. All employees will participate in the Fitness for Duty Program.
This program includes post-offer physical examination and drug screening and post employment random drug screening. There are extensive smoking restrictions in and around the facility. JOB QUALIFICATIONS Ability to understand procedures and instructions specific to the area of assignment as would be acquired in four years of high school.
A minimum of two years experience in power plant operations is desirable.
Experience in water chemistry control, analysis of water conditions, water treatment facility operations and chemical handling requirements is required. Theoretical and practical knowledge of combustion/steam turbine operations, closed system steam generation, industrial safety, hazardous waste management and inspection/recording of plant parameters is highly desirable.
Experience with piping and instrument schematics and process controls desirable.
Extensive working knowledge of power plant industry desirable. It is the practice of NAES to seek employees of the highest quality and to select the individuals on the basis of merit and competence, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, military status or affiliation protected under USERRA, or any other basis of discrimination prohibited by applicable local, state and federal law.
Requisition Number: 17-0219 Post Date: 7/7/2017 Title: Plant Operator - Pittsylvania Location: PITTSLYVANIA City: Hurt State: VA
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About Us: Horizon Ag Products is a rapidly growing agribusiness company focused on providing naturally based fertilizer additives that enhance plants’ uptake of nutrients.
Our humus-derived products help growers implement sustainable farming practices and improve productivity. Since 1983, Horizon Ag Products has been committed to providing commercial agriculture with products that help reduce the use of water and inorganic fertilizers while increasing overall soil and plant health. Our products are sold in both domestic and international markets.
For more information please visit our website at www.horizonag.com . Responsibilities: The incumbent in this position is responsible for production and distribution of our product line, which includes controlling the inventory and maintaining the facility and equipment. Requirements: Essential Skills and Functions:
The employee shall work well under pressure to meet multiple deadlines. At all times, the employee shall demonstrate cooperative behavior with supervisor, colleagues and all guests to Horizon’s site, which includes vendors, drivers and customers. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: • Manufacturing the products according to specifications, which includes writing purchases order for ordering and receiving of raw materials • Packaging the products for delivery, which includes loading and unloading trucks and using pallet jacks • Delivering the products when necessary and arrange transport for shipping, which includes writing a bill of lading for products shipped from manufacturing site • Operates and maintains a company vehicle and forklift in good working condition • Inventory Control:
Daily checks and month-end reports are required to assure that sufficient materials are available • Reports all aspects of production daily to the home office, which includes Batch Reports, Packaging Reports, Inventory Receiving Reports and Scrap Reports • Quality Control: Includes testing the product during manufacturing and shipping samples for lab tests • Machinery and Equipment Maintenance:
Clean and repair as needed to assure efficient production of products • Facility Maintenance:
Clean warehouse, office and surrounding yard area to maintain a professional and orderly appearance • Works well with area sales people and other Horizon personnel to make sure they succeed • Attends monthly safety meetings • Computer skills for maintaining inventory records (Excel) and emailing (Microsoft Outlook) Physical requirements and skills of the position: Lifting capacity between 75-100 pounds Must be able to climb ladders General knowledge of machinery operation & repair Ability to operate a forklift and pass forklift training Must have valid driver’s license and pass drug screening as required Key personality attributes of the position: Effectively communicates internal through teamwork with all employees, management, and owners Able to effectively, positively, and professionally deal with external business entities such as vendors, customers and truck drivers Expediently resolves issues and follows through on details Exhibits patience, professionalism, and courtesy in internal and external communications Encourages a positive and flexible working environment Perks:
Job Title: Plant Operator Reports to: Plant Manager Job Location:
Cuba, NM Classification: Non-Exempt, paid bi-weekly, benefits eligible
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Water Treatment Plant Operator
Water Treatment Plant Operator – Western Nebraska
Smith Environmental & Engineering delivers comprehensive environmental services to municipalities, government agencies, developers, private landowners, mining, oil and gas companies, and industries throughout Colorado and the western United States. Our thorough understanding of the environmental industry, complex client needs, and the integration of diverse services makes us the “go-to” resource for our clients.
Water Treatment Plant Operator - Job Duties and Description: Responsible for the operation, maintenance and monitoring of a Superfund Site in Nebraska. This person will keep the system operational and make all required repairs and replacement of plant, building, and extraction well system equipment. The plant operators shall have a thorough knowledge of the operation and maintenance of the groundwater treatment plant (GWTP) and its controls and will also have a working knowledge of electrical, chemical, and mechanical principles as they apply to water treatment systems. Contract runs for at least one year with the potential for an extension of up for four additional years.
General Duties include the following tasks:
- Ensuring that the GWTP effluent complies with applicable discharge standards.
- Coordinating GWTP operations with the results of the water sample analyses.
- Implementing maintenance work schedules and record systems.
- Ensuring that all routine and emergency equipment maintenance is completed.
Water Treatment Plant Operator - Requirements:
- Valid Nebraska Water Treatment Plant Operator License
- Experience as a Treatment Plant Operator (TPO) in the operation and maintenance of groundwater treatment systems for the treatment of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in Nebraska (3 years of experience within the last 7 years)
- Experience in the collection of groundwater environmental samples (3 years of experience within the last 7 years)
- Experience directing subcontractors (3 years of experience within the last 7 years)
- Experience implementing a Quality Assurance Program for the operations and maintenance of a groundwater treatment system (3 years of experience within the last 7 years)
- Has completed 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER training and is current with HAZWOPER 8-hour annual refreshers
- Has completed OSHA 10-hour Construction Outreach training
- Red Cross First Aid and Adult CPR certification preferred
- Valid driver’s license required
- Be available to work long, irregular hours and occasional weekend shifts.(overtime is paid for all shifts more than 12 hours long and all hours more than 40 worked in a week)
- Good communication skills and an ability to work well with others.
- Applicant must be able to pass a background check and drug test
- Must be legally allowed to work in the USA
- Must have graduated from high school. College degree preferred.
Water Treatment Plant Operator– Benefits:
- Starting Pay: $25/hour
- Health/Vision/Dental/Life/Disability Insurance Available
- Overtime pay available when applicable
- PTO, and paid holidays
- Option to buy into AFLAC at discounted group rate
- Reimbursement of $0.50/mile for personal use of your car on company business
To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and references. Any incomplete applications will not be considered.
Smith Environmental & Engineering is an EEO Employer
Smith Environmental & Engineering delivers comprehensive environmental services to municipalities, government agencies, developers, private landowners, mining, oil and gas companies, and industries throughout Colorado and the western United States. Our thorough understanding of the environmental industry, complex client needs, and the integration of diverse services makes us the go-to resource for our clients. We are proud to be a certified ESB firm with CDOT, and SBE/WBE with the City & County of Denver & RTD.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Power Plant Operator Senior - Relief/Maintenance
Power Plant Operator Senior
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Job no:494673 Work type:Full-time Location:Oshkosh Categories:University Staff Working Title:Power Plant Operator Senior
Relief/Maintenance Official Title:Power Plant Operator Senior
Relief/Maintenance Employment Class:University Staff FTE:1.0 Compensation:$19.30-$20.05 Terms of Employment: Continuous Position Summary:
This position’s primary responsibility is to assist in the daily maintenance of boilers and auxiliary equipment within the Heating, Pollution Control and Chilling Plants of UW Oshkosh. Secondary responsibility is relief of Operator Seniors that are in “leave” status. In maintenance capacity, this position works in conjunction with the Power Plant Operator In-Charge in the minor and major plant maintenance, as needed.
While in relief this position is responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of Heating, Chilling and Pollution Control equipment, records management, plant safety and security. Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-3:30 PM and fills in as relief worker for all absences of other operators.
Maintenance and Repair1. Perform preventative maintenance on boiler/chiller/baghouse equipment and auxiliaries, as assigned. 2. Perform maintenance on boiler/chiller/baghouse equipment and auxiliaries as directed by the Power Plant In-Charge or Superintendent. 3.
Make minor repairs of equipment while on shift. B. Operation and Maintenance of Boilers/Chillers/Pollution Control Equipment and Auxiliary Equipment1. Operate boilers/chillers/baghouse and auxiliary equipment in a safe and efficient manner. 2.
Record hourly readings of critical plant functions and electronic control equipment. 3. Test safety devices on equipment as required. 4. Operate and maintain pumps, air compressors and motors as needed.
C. Operation and Maintenance of Coal and Ash Handling Equipment1. Operate coal conveyors as needed. 2.
Remove ashes from boilers and pollution control equipment during shift throughout the coal-burning season. 3.
Load ashes into dump truck for disposal. 4. Operate front-end loader to move coal as needed. D. Testing and Treatment of Heating/Chilling Plant Waters1.
Test and record water quality in boilers, chillers, softeners and reverse osmosis system. 2. Add chemicals and blow down water systems to maintain water quality within parameter limits. 3. Regenerate softeners as needed to insure quality water.
E. Records, Reports, Safety and Security; Other Duties1. Accurately read and record all required plant gauges, controls and meters. 2.
Record all operational conditions of the shift in the “Plant Operations Log”. 3.
Frequently inspect the plant for abnormal conditions; including fire, steam or water leaks and intrusion onto plant property. 4. Perform other duties assigned. Qualifications Required: 1.
The candidate must possess thorough knowledge of equipment, materials, methods and practices of the operation of coal fired, oil fired and gas fired central plant boilers. 2. Thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety requirements of boiler plant operations. 3. Knowledge of codes and standards related to boiler operations and maintenance. 4.
Knowledge related to performing tests on safety devices, air compressors, steam turbines and pumps. 5. Knowledge of baghouse equipment related to operations and maintenance. 6. Have mechanical ability to perform major maintenance on boilers, chillers and baghouse equipment under the direction of the Heating Plant Superintendent. 7.
Ability to operate and maintain coal conveyors and ash handling equipment. 8. Perform water quality testing for boilers, chillers, softeners and reverse osmosis system. 9. Accurately read and record all required plant gauges, controls and meters. 10.
Ability to read, interpret and disseminate information contained in technical manuals, repair bulletins, blueprints, drawings, schematics, specifications and related instructional materials. 11. Effective interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Preferred: To Apply:
Applicants must submit thefollowing documents using the online application: Cover Letter, Resume, Contact Information for 3 Professional References For questions regarding your application and additional options to apply, contact Human Resources email@example.com 920-424-1166. Application Deadline:
TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by July 28, 2017 are ensured full consideration.Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee. Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
Incomplete and/or late application materials may not receive consideration. If you have questions regarding this recruitment, or if you are not able to complete the application online due to a disability or system problem, please contact the Office of Human Resources. Advertised:14 Jul 2017Central Daylight Time Applications close:
Wastewater Treatment Operator/Sr. Operator - South Plant Offsite - Transfer
WHO MAY APPLY: _This Internal Transfer opportunity is open to all S.E.I.U. Wastewater Local 925 internal candidates in the Wastewater Treatment Operator/Sr Operator classifications. _
JOB SUMMARY: The responsibilities of this position assigned to South Plant Off Site crew include operating, monitoring and maintaining wastewater treatment and odor control equipment, systems and processes in a wastewater (primary and secondary) treatment facility and/or collection and conveyance system. Responsibilities may also include coordinating, training and providing technical expertise to other wastewater treatment operations staff and coordinating on-site responses to unusual occurrences and emergencies.
WORK SCHEDULE: The treatment plants are operated 24/7. This position is currently assigned to South Plant Off Site-Pump Crew who work a 4 x 10 schedule. Shift Crews work a rotating shift schedule consisting of 2-11.7 hour day shifts followed by 2-11.7 hour night shifts followed by 4 days off. Applicants must be available to work any and all locations and assigned shift schedules. This position is overtime eligible.
For more information regarding this recruitment, please contact: Aaron Moe Senior Human Resource Analyst 206-477-3259 firstname.lastname@example.org
Operate, monitor and maintain wastewater and odor control equipment and facilities.
Operate, monitor and maintain biological, chemical, mechanical and hydraulic processes at wastewater treatment plant and associated facilities.
Conduct sampling and test analysis of wastewater and recommend changes to process to meet federal and Washington State permits and regulations and to optimize wastewater plant performance.
Train others on site-specific areas or through on the the job training.
Perform maintenance on wastewater treatment plant and associated facilities, including buildings equipment, and grounds. Duties include cleaning, servicing operating equipment, mowing lawns and performing housekeeping tasks.
Communicate with the public, construction personnel, consultants and engineers to resolve complaints, provide construction assistance, give tours and carry out related duties.
Exchange information on wastewater operations, maintenance and processes with staff involved in process control, maintenance, facilities services, off-site facilities services and other areas.
Respond to unusual occurrences and assist in emergency responses.
Operate, monitor and control wastewater equipment and systems using complex computer systems.
Record technical data and daily activities on logs
Be available to work all shift schedules
Be on call to respond to unusual occurrences and emergencies # Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills: * Knowledge of wastewater treatment processes, including preliminary, primary, secondary, digestion, gas handling systems, sludge handling and plant-wide air, water, electrical and hydraulic support systems.
Knowledge of collection systems, including pump stations, regulator stations and miscellaneous structures, and of disinfecting methods
Knowledge of mechanical and electrical theory, cross connections and pumps
Knowledge of wastewater terminology and process control
Knowledge of industrial safety procedures and practices
Knowledge of and skill in applying sampling, testing and laboratory procedures
Basic mathematics, algebra and computer application skills
Skill in reading, recording and interpreting instrumentation and control gauges and meters
Skill in operating basic hand and power tools and specialized equipment
Skill in operating complex computer control systems and identifying normal and abnormal operating conditions
Skill in the interpretation and application of technical information from plant drawings, operations and maintenance manuals and lab tests
Skill in manually starting and stopping equipment, systems and processes
Skill in establishing and maintaining work relationships with diverse occupational groups
LICENSING / CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:* Washington State Group I Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification or higher issued from the Washington State Department of Ecology
Washington State Driver's License or out-of-state equivalent
Wastewater Collection Certification
- Highly Desired
- Washington State Group II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification or higher
- Highly Desired * CPR and first aid certification
SELECTION PROCESS: This will be a transfer process based on the CBA, if a transfer candidate is not available the competitive process will be applied. Reviews of performance appraisals, personnel files, internal reference, BT / Vacation usage logs, etc. will also be conducted prior to any final job offer.
UNION MEMBERSHIP: This position is represented by S.E.I.U. Wastewater Local 925
WORKING CONDITIONS: Working at Wastewater treatment facilities.
Job Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator/Sr. Operator
South Plant Offsite
Transfer Opening Date/Time: Wed. 07/12/17 12:00 AM Pacific Time Closing Date/Time: Wed. 07/26/17 11:59 PM Pacific Time Salary: $29.08 - $40.53 Hourly Job Type: Career Service, Full Time, 40 hrs/week Location: South Treatment Plant
1200 Monster Road SW, Renton, Washington Department: Department of Natural Resources & Parks
Wastewater Treatment Division
Plant Operator I
POSITION SUMMARY The primary responsibility of a Plant Operator is to ensure that the operation of the power plant is safely and efficiently carried out in accordance with plant safety procedures and standard operating procedures. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS + Observe and follow plant environmental and operational rules, procedures and guidelines.
Strictly adhere to and enforce safety procedures as required by ORMAT, CAPP, and OSHA.
Successfully complete and maintain qualifications within the specific plant operating procedures and timelines.
Assist with the creation and monitoring of safe work permits.
Maintain a chronological log of plant activities.
Participate in the planning and scheduling of plant activities.
Perform routine and preventative maintenance tasks.
Review routine operating data, troubleshoot abnormal indications and take corrective actions.
Must be able to safely operator a forklift and a manlift.
Must be able to work 12 hour rotating shifts and cover call outs as required.
Must be able to work weekends and holidays when necessary.
Must be able to work overtime as required.
Must be able to operate a vehicle in a safe manner, enter and exit vehicle without assistance, remain alert while driving for continuous periods of time and read and understand maps. OTHER DUTIES
Perform environmental and general housekeeping duties.
Attend Monthly Safety and Maintenance training.
Perform other duties as directed. EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
The ability to understand procedures and instructions to the areas of assignment as would be acquired in three to four years of high school.
The demonstrated ability to perform the Plant Operator 1 tasks with little or no supervision and complete the OP1 qualifications.
Must have experience and demonstrated aptitude for operating mechanical and electrical equipment.
Must be able to operate a variety of hand and power tools.
Must be able to communicate with other employees and read and write at a level that will enable to perform the work in a safe and efficient manner.
Must be able to communicate verbally and visually in a clear and effective manner including in noisy and low illumination environments
Must be able to use and acquire knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in e-mail communications and spreadsheets. Must be proficient in MS Excel, Outlook, and use of the Internet.
Must possess a valid driver’s license with a driving record acceptable to Ormat’s auto insurance carrier.
Must be able to read and follow written procedures.
Must be able to interpret mechanical process and electrical drawings.
Must be able to operate a vehicle in a safe manner. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The ability to lift a minimum of 20 pounds in awkward positions and periodically lift 50 pounds.
Must be able to climb ladders, climb to and work off of elevated platforms, ladders and walkways.
Must be able to work in confined spaces and in harsh weather conditions.
Must be able to correctly wear and work using self-contained breathing apparatus.
Protective equipment must be worn in the performance of some duties
This job requires dexterity and fine motor skills such as twisting, turning and grasping of the fingers, hands and wrists.
This job requires extensive walking with moderate bending, stooping, pushing, pulling and kneeling.
This job requires approximately sitting 30% and up to standing 70%. Ormat is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants for employment with Ormat will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, status with regard to public assistance, source of income national origin, citizenship status, disability, or any protected status. Employment with ORMAT shall be based solely on the Company's requirements and the individual's qualifications.
WRD WW Plant Operator (Laughlin)
WRD WW PLANT OPERATOR (Laughlin) Salary $52,395.20 - $81,244.80 Annually Location Clark County - Laughlin, NV Job Type PERMANENT Department Water Reclamation District Job Number 13657 Closing 7/28/2017 5:01 PM Pacific + Description
Benefits + Questions ABOUT THE POSITION This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. All DD-214's may be faxed to 702-668-9050 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or equivalent and three (3) years of full-time experience in the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment facility. Working Conditions: Work day, evening, night, weekend, holiday shifts and standby.
Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. Work with potential exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances found in the wastewater treatment process. Work out of doors in all weather conditions.
Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Must possess a valid Nevada Water Environment Association (NWEA) Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade III Certificate, or candidate must possess a valid Plant Operator Grade III Certificate, or equivalent, within another state.
If a non-NWEA certification is held the candidate, within one year of hire, must obtain, either through reciprocity or test, a NWEA Plant Operator Grade III Certificate. Some positions may require confined space entry certification. Background Investigation:
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination:
Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides lead direction, training and work review in assigned area; may need to organize and assign work, sets priorities, and follows-up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work; advanced operation of pumps, valves, and other equipment via computer controller, hand or mechanical means to regulate the flow of wastewater through various primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes; maintains even flow to ensure maximum efficiency of plant equipment; may lead the operation of the solid dewatering equipment to separate the liquids from the solids for disposal in the landfill; inspects plant equipment, reports and records any failures or operating difficulties; initiates work orders and requests repairs by writing work orders in a computerized maintenance management system; ensures work orders are accurate and complete in assigned area; stops, starts and isolates equipment for maintenance repairs and for normal operation; takes samples of wastewater, scum, grit, sludge and other materials and properly records chain of custody information for samples being delivered to the main laboratory; coordinates and runs process lab testing to determine daily efficiency of treatment processes and online instrumentation; calculates efficiencies of processes to evaluate its operation in assigned area; interprets main lab and process data and recommends and/or makes process changes as necessary; operates, adjusts and performs skilled maintenance on chemical mixing and feed equipment to ensure compliance with established guidelines; read meters, gauges, charts and instruments documenting all required information; receives and unloads bulk chemicals, some of which are hazardous, for plant operations and stores when appropriate; detailed use of material safety data sheets (MSDS) for all chemicals used on site; operates a front-end loader to mix waste sludge in drying beds and to load the dried sludge on to trucks for sludge disposal; drives a heavy truck or tractor-trailer on plant grounds to transport dewatered solids; may drive heavy equipment on plant grounds such as, but not limited to: forklifts, street sweepers, tractor-trailers, dump-trucks and various other types of vehicles as needed; cleans, lubricates and performs routine preventive maintenance of plant equipment and facilities; performs record keeping functions such as logging information regarding plant operation, test results from process lab, maintenance work performed and unusual operating conditions in a logbook; prepares written reports and correspondence as required; cleans equipment by using high-pressure water sprays and associated cleaners; cleans weirs on clarifiers when necessary; monitors and maintains the chemical inventory; contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team; uses common hand and power tools in the course of the work; may be required to assist in confined space entries, or may be part of a confined space entry team; may coordinate and performs basic facility and grounds maintenance in the area of the treatment plant; uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; drives District vehicles to work sites, transports materials and assists other staff as required; performs additional duties as necessary. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Strength and mobility to work in a typical plant operations setting, including operating hand and power tools; stamina to perform sustained physical labor, including standing, walking, climbing and working in confined or awkward spaces; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed material, computer screen and determine fine color differences; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Clark County offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes: + Comprehensive Group Health Insurance Plan
Disability Insurance & Long Term Disability Insurance + Vacation
Sick Leave + Paid Holidays + Employer-Paid Retirement + Tuition Assistance + Credit Union Eligibility + Nevada has no State Income Tax CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Plant Operator (12 Hour Night Shift)
Plant Operator (12 hour night shift) Location:Germantown, WI Job Code:1183 # of Openings:1 Description PLANT OPERATOR - NIGHT SHIFT (Full Time
12 Hour Shifts
6:00 pm thru 6:30 am) What differentiates us at Alcami? Our people. Help shape the future of medicine and join us – we are a pharmaceutical contract development manufacturing organization (CDMO). Alcami Corporation is the first company to offer a solution that is tailored to small and mid-size pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. We offer a range of services from four distinct pillars: Development Services, Analytical Testing, Drug Product, and APIs. Beyond that, we can integrate our services so customers experience a simplified engagement with a single project management relationship, full visibility from development into manufacturing, and shorter turnaround times. With six locations in the U.S. and a global location in The Netherlands, the Alcami family is growing rapidly. Picture yourself at Alcami and apply today. Position Overview: Safely and accurately operate process equipment and utilities. A basic understanding of all reactor systems within the production unit including all ancillary equipment such as storage tanks, waste tanks, vacuum units, and scrubber systems is required. The employee will demonstrate this process knowledge through written proficiency examinations. Use the Allen-Bradley Control System to control the process operations. Use the work order system to request maintenance and/or improvement work. Demonstrate ability to identify minor equipment problems. As thePLANT OPERATOR, you will:
Utilize proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when performing job functions.
Ensure co-workers are abiding by all safety procedures.
Complete weekly safety inspections of equipment (e.g., air packs, safety showers,) per department procedures.
Use Incident Reporting System to report safety or environmental incidents in a timely manner.
Demonstrate environmental stewardship by preventing spills and correcting leaks as they are discovered. Leaks that cannot be corrected by the operator should be reported to Maintenance and followed up by conversation with your supervisor.
Utilize existing control systems such as scrubbers and spot exhaust trunks to minimize the release of harmful materials.
Perform shift, weekly, and monthly housekeeping duties per department procedures. The incumbent should manage their time to allow for these activities.
Follow department cGMP procedures. Observe housekeeping and chemical hygiene practices to maintain a neat, safe, orderly and clean working environment.
Use documentation systems for inventory management and batch records.
Maintain a high level of thoroughness and accuracy on all required paperwork.
Performs other duties as assigned Qualifications for success: + High school diploma or equivalent is required. Mechanical aptitude is preferred.
Know and adhere to cGMP rules and regulations.
Know and adhere to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Know and adhere to all safety rules and regulations as well as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements.
Access, use, and safeguard sensitive, valuable, or critical proprietary information in a reliable manner to ensure company and information security.
Responsible for ensuring information security is carried out while performing day-to-day functions, duties and tasks.
Maintenance of an orderly and safe working environment.
Able to work independently and as part of a team on projects.
Ability to perform complex math functions, compute ratios, rates, and percentages
Ability to draw and interpret graphs and charts
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where limited standardization exists
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
Performs assigned tasks carefully and on schedule according to standard operating procedure and supervisor instructions
Demonstrates company loyalty in relations with company personnel
Maintains a safe, clean and organized work environment free of safety hazards + Works the hours necessary to meet scheduling commitments, is punctual with minimal absenteeism What we offer you: + Profit sharing bonus plan
Medical, dental and vision coverage from day one + A menu of voluntary benefits including short & long term disability, life, accident, critical illness and hospital indemnity insurances + Paid/flexible sick-leave, vacations, and holidays so you can take the time when you need it + To complement your personal financial strategy, we also have 401(k) matching About our facility: Located in Germantown, Wisconsin, Alcami is part of the growing southeast Wisconsin biotech/pharma cluster. The area boasts global market leaders in contract pharmaceutical services, and a rapidly growing number of academic incubators. A short drive from Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee, Germantown offers residents a small town quality of life with convenient access to major Midwest cities. Residents enjoy an excellent school district and many local recreation attractions, in addition to national sports teams (Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks), and a vibrant waterfront park community that includes world class art museums and children's museums.