Ewing Job Description Sample
Tech - Solar
The Solar Field Service Technicians is responsible for the onsite maintenance and operation of large remote solar power plants, including but not limited to site safety & environmental, electrical system maintenance, control systems, sub-contractor management, vegetation management, site field reports, and other duties as required to properly maintain and operate the site within the contractual requirements. This position will work closely with the Remote Operations Center Client Services and must be able to work independently with little to no supervision and will be required to work in the field under various conditions including night work as required. Candidates must have a strong background in electrical maintenance and troubleshooting, preferably in the renewable energy field.
MaxGen Energy Services (http://maxgenservices.com/) is the nation’s largest independent service provider for the clean energy industry.
Tech - Solar Responsibilities
The following responsibilities are not limited to:
- Onsite safety and environmental compliance adherence
- Conduct site safety assessments and identify all safety hazards on job-site, lead daily safety meetings, properly generate and complete JHA, LOTO, and other safety related documentation as per OSHA and site specific requirements.
- Review site manuals and drawings to ensure proper operation and maintenance of equipment
- In field work including electrical and mechanical preventative and corrective maintenance of site equipment, vegetation management, site field reporting, work order completion, and other work as needed.
- Perform testing on equipment, including but not limited to; insulation testing (megger testing), I-V curve testing, thermal imagery, torque tests and performance evaluations.
- Troubleshoot PV system performance issues and locate & isolate ground faults.
- Perform OEM testing, troubleshooting, repairs and upgrades/ revisions to a broad range of equipment in the renewable industry.
- Quality assurance for all work performed on site
- Must be able to work closely with Remote Operations Center (ROC) to react and resolve production related issues as they arise in the field
- Vegetation management and overall site cleanliness
- Communicate with internal and external customers as required
- Work closely with the Planning and Scheduling team to ensure maintenance schedules are adhered to and work orders are completed accurately and on time
- Generate professional service specific reports using work order system or Microsoft Office that can be presented to the customer.
- Ensure that all issues at the site are documented in the work order system and are addressed in a timely manner.
- Planned and unplanned over time and night work may be required
Tech - Solar QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High school Graduate
Formal electrical training or 5 years’ equivalent experience in maintaining power generation electrical equipment
Electrical – Certified Electrician (Journeyman level) form relevant state
Tech - Solar SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Ideal Candidate will have:
- Strong understudying of OSHA safety requirements including LOTO, Arc Flash, JHA/JSA, etc.
- Valid state drivers license
- 1 plus years of PV power plant maintenance experience
- Strong electrical, electronic and mechanical troubleshooting skills. Technical knowledge of solar, and PV, related applications.
- Strong work ethic, be a self-starter and work with little to no supervision.
- Excellent technical and non-technical verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to generate, track, and complete site work requirements.
- Experience with using plant control and monitoring systems to diagnose plant problems and monitor site daily performance
- Ability to understand and work within company business processes and ensure an efficient working environment.
- Demonstrates safe work practices and quality orientation
- Able to work within a project team and to spend long hours alone
- Ability to analyze and resolve problems independently with a high level of results orientation.
- Strong MS Office skills
- Travel may be required – up to 25%
- Job requires working in all elements, depending on job location, time of year, heat, cold, rain & snow.
- Perform work at various heights up to 50’, working from ladders, bucket trucks, scaffolding, catwalks, aerial lifts or other safe working platforms.
- Work in restricted areas like trenches or switchgear rooms and infrequently like manholes, utility tunnels, crawl spaces, attic spaces, etc.
- Working around high voltages and currents.
- Wear personal protective equipment (PPE), including hard hat and safety glasses at all times.
- Repetitive use of legs, arms, hands and fingers
- Working days, nights, weekends, and overtime as required.
MaxGen is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to engaging a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
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Community Health Screening Coordinator
Under the direction of the Community Screening Manager, collaboratively works to coordinate and promote community screening events (e.g. blood pressure, diabetes, social determinants of health, cancer) at community-based settings (e.g., healthcare, social services, local government, religious, residential) to promote disease prevention and wellness.
Functionally responsible for cultivating new and existing relationships with community organizations (e.g., healthcare, social services, local government, religious, housing); scheduling and publicizing screening and education events in accordance with project plan; ensuring logistics (including space, staffing, supplies/equipment, refreshments, etc.) are arranged for each event; navigating individuals with positive screening results to appropriate care; gathering data, preparing and submitting internal and external reports documenting program activities; updating project plan(s).
- Coordinates screening events, including: securing appropriate locations, scheduling appropriate clinical and support staff, inviting and pre-registering participants, ordering and setting up supplies, assisting with breakdown and cleanup of screening sites, securing diagnostic specimens for pickup by contracted laboratory service.
- Attends community meetings, health fairs, and other events, build relationships with community members and organizations, and publicize the program and its activities. Keeps abreast of community changes and identifies new barriers, challenges, and potential neighboring groups. Collaborates with other community-facing THT staff in this regard.
- Conducts outreach to patients identified as potential candidates for screening. Explains programs, answers questions, and engages with prospective patients to encourage enrollment and participation. Schedules patients for screening services at community events and/or facility clinic sessions.
- Greets participants, obtains consent, verifies eligibility, and navigates patients through screening activities during events and clinic sessions located at THT partners’ clinical practice locations. Ensures appropriate documentation is completed for each patient receiving screening services.
- Establishes rapport and builds trust with participants who may have complex medical and social needs. Leverages trust to assist patients with identifying and removing barriers to screening and any resultant further diagnostics and treatment.
- Sends letters and makes phone calls to eligible participants to remind them of upcoming screening opportunities; documents these outreach activities.
- Refers patients who are identified as active users of tobacco, tobacco products, and/or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) to NJ Quitline through the completion of the required Fax-to-Quit form or organizational forms used for this purpose.
- Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate education related to cancer awareness, screening and prevention through evidence-based interventions and best practices.
- Makes entries as appropriate into the Cancer Screening and Tracking (CaST) system, Trenton Health Information Exchange (THIE), NowPow, and other record systems (both paper and electronic) as directed.
- Demonstrates excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate across all strata of the community.
- Provides periodic verbal and written reports regarding the status and progress of work.
- Maintains privacy of Protected Health Information as required by law and THT policy.
- Excels working in a dynamic environment.
Assumes all other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director, Senior Director of Population Health, Director of Population Health, Community Screening Manager.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Professional experience in community-based work with outreach and/or public health or clinical operations or administration.
- Deep knowledge of and experience working with community-based programs within the City of Trenton.
PREREQUISITES FOR THE JOB:
- Must have a passion for helping people and serving the Trenton community.
- Bilingual in written and spoken English and Spanish, strongly preferred.
- Must enjoy working as part of a team.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate and interact effectively with individuals from diverse groups regardless of race, sex, age, and/or sexual orientation and members of under-resourced communities.
- Excellent presentation skills with an ability to motivate and energize community members/groups to action.
- Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence; effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations to partners, clients and other employees of the organization.
- Excellent computer skills with specific knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and web-browsers/web-based programs.
- Participate in and contribute to regular Team meetings
- Valid driver’s license, with reliable access to a car, required.
Competitive benefits package, which includes full medical (employer pays 90% of single premium), dental, and vision coverage, 401k, discretionary benefit programs, etc.
The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Work setting is an urban environment.
More than 50% of employee’s time will be spent in the community.
Employee will be occasionally responsible to work nights and weekends.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Trenton Health Team is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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