Inservice Coordinator Auxiliary Personnel Job Description Sample
Associate Director - Auxiliary Business Services
Assist in the effective fiscal management for the departments served by Auxiliary Business Services and provide supervisory and management skills related to accounting, accounts payable, and student billing.
Monitor the activity associated with University Housing move-in/move-out files and meal plans to ensure amounts and due dates are correct, all applicable charges are posted timely and accurately, and to the correct property, and communications are in compliance with Texas Property Law. Organize, coordinate and monitor the day-to-day operations for the accounting function, to include accounts payable, pro-card processing, travel, interdepartmental transfers, and monitoring daily deposits.
Prepare and review various reconciliations related to the business activities of the departments served by Auxiliary Business Services to include MavMoney, Sponsored Students, check and credit cards logs, and utilities. Recruit, select, train, supervise, and evaluate support staff and assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures related to effective operations. Recommend updates to departmental publications. Performs other duties assigned.
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Auxiliary Operator - Four Corners Power Plant
Four Corners Power Plant is looking for an Auxiliary Operator who will support the safe, efficient and cost effective production of electric energy by operating and monitoring turbines, generators, scrubbers, bag houses, and plant auxiliary equipment. Performs chemical analysis of boiler water, wells, and circulating water and operating water treatment and chemical addition systems and minor mechanical maintenance. Writes/reviews work scope and hazard/risk assessment of the work assignment.
Applicant must have completed Auxiliary Operator Trainee curriculum or equivalent
Must qualify for fire brigade duties
Reasonable and necessary overtime will be required.
Shift work may be required
Reads work orders, technical manuals, blueprints and diagrams related to the work assignment. Writes/reviews work scope and hazard/risk assessment of the work assignment.
Knowledge of APM and safety standards related to auxiliary operator work such as personal protective equipment, hazardous material handling, asbestos containing material (ACM) awareness, MSDS, confined space entry, company LOTO procedures, ladder safety, arc flash protection, and all material contained in the accident prevention manual.
Take field readings from charts, meters, and gauges at established intervals to ensure proper and efficient operation of the plant.
Diagnose and correct equipment, system problems and other abnormal operating conditions by monitoring and inspecting power plant equipment.
Communicate with Control Operator on any abnormal conditions. Coordinate any field action with the Control Operator.
Reports any need for equipment repair.
Under the direction of the Control Operator, manipulate field controls on all power plant auxiliary equipment. This includes the following systems such as boilers, turbines, water, fuel, air, ash handling, pollution control systems, auxiliary power etc. The operation of pumps, fans, compressors, condensers, feed water heaters, filters, chemical injection equipment, scrubbers, ZLDs, bag houses etc.
Open and close valves, dampers, switches, and breakers in the appropriate sequence following operating procedures to shut down and start up equipment.
Isolate equipment from all energy sources to remove, inspect or maintain it by identifying the proper equipment and corresponding valves, breakers, switches. Hang LOTO tags at boundary points following the company LOTO procedure to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.
Inspect records and log book entries, and communicate with other plant personnel, in order to assess equipment operating status.
Clean and ensure the proper lubrication of equipment such as generators, turbines, pumps, fans, conveyors, and compressors in order to prevent equipment failure or deterioration. Checks oil levels, lubricates, joints, adjust belts and tensioners, replace filters, tighten gland and pipe joints for preventative maintenance.
Record and compile operational data, completing and maintaining forms, logs, and reports.
Collect water and oil samples for laboratory analysis.
Perform laboratory analysis on water samples. At Cholla the Water Analyst Position will be required to qualify as an AO on one of the AO areas.
Reset tripped electric relays in coordination with the Control Operator following arc flash protection procedures.
Clear obstructions in filters and equipment by removing debris and back flushing such as with heat exchangers.
Analyze field problems such as hot bearings, plugged filters, low oil, clogged heat exchangers, bottom ash build up, loss of coal flow, lime flow drop off, etc. and take appropriate action to ensure continuous and reliable operation of equipment and systems.
Respond to emergencies such as fires, hazardous material spills and excess water spills.
Communicate with Supervisor, Operations Crew Leader and peers by radio, telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person to provide and receive information-particularly at shift turnover.
Identify and report to the Control Operator all items that have an adverse impact on unit and/or equipment efficiency and reliability.
Performs other duties as assigned.
SO2 Scrubber Auxiliary Operator (Petersburg, Indiana)
At AES, we raise the quality of life around the world by changing the way energy works. Everyone makes an impact every day in our small, global teams. Apply here to start an extraordinary career today.
- THIS POSITION IS AVAILABLE TO INTERNAL APPLICANTS (CURRENT IPL EMPLOYEES) ONLY *
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY OR SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR THIS POSITION IF:
You are a current employee of AES Corporation, Dayton Power & Light Company, or another AES affiliate or subsidiary company except IPL.
You are NOT a current employee of any of the AES organizations listed above.
IF THIS POSITION OPENS TO THE PUBLIC, then you will need to submit your application and resume during the external candidate application process.
POSITION: SO2 SCRUBBER AUXILIARY OPERATOR
REQUISITION #: R1040009
UNION: IBEW PHYSICAL UNION
COMPANY-WIDE POSTING: (BEGIN DATE) 12/03/2018 TO (END DATE) 12/11/2018
LOCATION: PETERSBURG PLANT
ORGANIZATION: POWER SUPPLY/GENERATION
How to Apply:
1.You must contact the Internal Job Application Line (extension 5031) between the dates listed above to apply/bid for this position.
2.You also must complete the Job Bid Questionnaire/Applicant Data Sheet ("JBQ") and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Current JBQ's are available on the AES US Intranet "TheGrid" (or on the IPL Intranet) under "HR Info." *
The due date for submitting your Job Bid Questionnaire/Applicant Data Sheet is:
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2018.
Must have high school diploma or GED and understanding of mechanics and machinery required. Must pass the EEI POSS Test.
Must have a high degree of mechanical and electrical aptitude. An understanding of basic math and elementary chemistry is preferred. All other general qualifications relative to physical fitness, safety record, attendance and punctuality, and aptitude tests will be considered in the evaluation. The applicant must be willing to devote time and study toward self-improvement.
Additional consideration will be given for the following job-related training or experience:
1.Previous operating experience;
2.Advanced education or special training; and
3.Any other qualifications contributing to the applicant's ability to perform the job.
Works as an SO2 scrubber auxiliary operator on roving assignment, assisting the SO2 scrubber operators in duties pertaining to the operation of two or more flue gas desulphurization systems auxiliaries. Performs such duties as:
1.Assisting SO2 scrubber operators in placing the various pieces of equipment in service and/or removing them from service; observing and inspecting the operation of the flue gas desulphurization system auxiliaries during operation; troubleshooting equipment problems to enter a work request for repairs;
2.Operating all isolated equipment and related chemical analysis apparatus as required in the limestone preparation area, thickener/sludge waste and gypsum process areas, and scrubber area; monitoring the operation of the various SO2 removal system subsystems (scrubber modules, demister, flue gas, limestone preparation, waste slurry, pumps, fans, tanks, controls, conveyors, feeders, filters, etc.);
3.Sampling, testing and interpreting analysis; coordinating activities with other operators, maintenance and certain technical and laboratory personnel for maximum safety and economy;
4.Changing charts, taking readings, and keeping operating logs and records according to a pre-assigned schedule; cleaning, oiling, and greasing equipment; assisting other operators as directed; and
5.Working on a rotating shift assignment and preparing to advance to the next job in the line of progression.
Performs other work as circumstances may require.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Generally, plant atmosphere of heat, dirt, noise and fumes. Some outdoor work in various types of weather.
You must notify your Team Leader before applying for this position.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), an AES Company, provides retail electric service to more than 480,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in Indianapolis, as well as portions of other Central Indiana communities surrounding Marion County. During its long history, IPL has supplied its customers with some of the lowest-cost, most reliable power in the country.
IPL is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status. E-Verify Notice: IPL will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's I-9 to confirm work authorization.
Barista Lead - Auxiliary Starbucks - Ft.9 (Days)
Position Type: Regular
Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period: 72
Primary Location: IA > DES MOINES > MERCY MEDICAL CENTER
This job contributes to the store success by ensuring service experience standards are met and surpassed at all times during the shift. Responsible for the daily operations and overall appearance of the coffee shop and related areas. Maintains a sanitary and organized environment. Practices and abides by food codes and applicable regulatory and accrediting agency requirements to provide safe food to our customers. Serves customers in a professional manner with great customer service.
Welcomes and connects with every customer.
Coaches new hires through their learning.
Follows and directs others to follow store policies and procedures for operational flow at each station.
Ensures all company policies, store operating standards and procedures are communicated effectively and maintained and followed in a consistent manner.
Organizes work throughout store in a manner that facilitates efficient customer service and profitable operation.
Follows health, safety and sanitation guidelines for all products.
Performs and directs others to complete the cleaning and operational tasks in accordance with the store Duty Rosters.
Follows and directs others to follow standards for merchandising, stocking, rotating and storing all products.
Places orders and performs special projects to assist with shift operations.
Assists in store scheduling and adjusts staffing to meet store and business needs.
Contributes to store goals for increasing sales and improving profit.
Assists store supervisor with accounting and banking responsibilities.
Records and is accountable for store funds while running a shift.
Ensures all cash handling and cash register functions are performed in an accurate and consistent manner.
Maintains some accountability for store operations, associate development and financial contribution.
Ensures the proper types and amounts of materials, supplies and merchandise are ordered and stocked. Effectively communicates new product information to the employees.
Acts as a role model while providing guidance and training to the store employees on all the performance expectations listed in Initial Store Training.
Ensures the employees adhere to the meal and break policies.
Demonstrates and ensures all Starbucks standards are followed.
Communicates store and associate concerns to the store manager in an effective manner.
Successfully completes and implements Advanced Store Training.
Is certified as an in-store learning coach to facilitate ongoing training of new baristas.
Trains and develops the employees to demonstrate all Starbucks customer service standards, and operations standards.
Responsible for ensuring the training integrity of baristas by coaching Initial Store Training.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE,SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
High school diploma or GED preferred.
Minimum 1-year experience as a baristapreferred.
Must be able to pass barista training within 6months of hire.
Must become certified as an in-store learningcoach within 6 months of hire.
Restaurant or food service operations experiencepreferred.
Knowledge of several subjects in order toprepare reports, perform calculations and/or deal effectively with otherpeople.
Ability to read and write.
Steam Plant Auxiliary Operator
Performs a variety of duties in support of the operations of the Steam Plant. Operates residue ask systems and equipment in compliance with permits, regulations and standard operating procedures. Operates overhead bridge crane and assists other staff members as required.
Examples of Duties
Monitors and controls the residue ash system to include all residue conveyers, flyash conditioning equipment, residue chutes, water pumps, magnets and vibrating equipment. Maintains the residue equipment and areas clean and free of fugitive ash and debris.
Manages residue ash storage and processing. Performs truck loading operations, to include operating front end loaders, backhoes, and roll off trucks.
Receives, stores and loads ash chemicals into the feed hopper. Performs batch mixing and environmental test sampling of the residue ash.
Drives roll-off and dump trucks to the city landfill for disposal of the residue ash. Cleans residue trucks and equipment.
Inspects trucks daily using the Public Works Vehicle Inspection Report. Operates various types of motor equipment such as fork lifts, light trucks, and other motor equipment.
Recovers metals for recycling using fixed drum magnets and hydraulic electric can magnets. Minimizes contamination for the highest value of recovered metals.
Manages, pumps, and stores residue area water. Cleans residue conveyers and return plans weekly. Keeps residue chutes free of debris and fire.
Operates overhead bridge crane to handle and mix refuse in the storage pit and maintains the proper level of refuse in each furnace charging hopper. Removes large objects from the pit which could cause operating problems.
Assists the operators and mechanics as required. Assists or relieves the weigh masters as required. Cleans and paints in the residue ash areas and the basement.
Performs other related duties as required.
Graduation from high school or successful completion of the GED. Minimum of one (1) year experience in the operation of heavy automotive equipment or overhead bridge cranes.
Knowledge of traffic safety rules and regulations, accident prevention practices; skill in the operation of automotive equipment in all types of weather conditions. Must be familiar with solid waste operations. Must be able to follow oral and written instructions.
Must be in good physical condition. Must be able to obtain a valid Virginia Class I and IV boiler operator's license within 12 months of employment. Holding current license or QRO certification preferred.
Applicants must possess a State of Virginia Commercial Driver's License (CDL). Must have successfully completed safe driver training and have a satisfactory driver's record based on the City of Hampton's criteria. Must meet the City's required medical standards as provided by a licensed physician and pass a respirator physical. Any person offered employment in this position is required to successfully pass testing for controlled substances. Any person under consideration for this position must successfully complete a Virginia Criminal History Background Check.
Performs duties under the direct supervision of the Steam Plant Operating Engineer. Requires working on an eight or twelve hour shift basis around the clock as scheduled, to include nights, weekends, and holidays.
Requires working outdoors in all types of weather conditions. Must be able to operate a crane, which is stationed approximately one- hundred feet above the ground. Requires ability to lift up to 50 pounds of heavy items to include boiler parts, grates, etc. Some working conditions may be unpleasant. . This is a non-exempt position.
Reactor Auxiliary Operator
Job Title: Reactor Auxiliary Operator
Org: ATR Reactor Operations
Work Location: ATR (4x12 schedule)
Empowering the Nation's Energy Future
Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.
Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.
The Idaho National Laboratory is looking for a Reactor Auxiliary Operator at its Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) facility.
This position will be responsible for certifying on ATR reactor auxiliary equipment systems. The individual will become responsible for performing all aspects of ATR plant/loop experiment chemistry, experiment, and other component handling in the ATR canal and for operation of reactor auxiliary equipment systems.
Furthermore, the selected individual will:
Participate in formal initial training on plant and experiment facilities which involves participating in classroom instruction and on-the-job training.
Under the direction of a certified operator, complete operational checkouts and on-the-job checklists by participating in one-on-one question and answer sessions and completing self-study of operating systems. System walk-down, entry into contamination areas, and study of operating and vendor manuals is required until individual achieves initial certification.
Perform miscellaneous tasks under the direction of the ATR Operations Assistant Manager. Work may include such tasks as participation in miscellaneous crew activities outside the plant, such as the Incident Response Team which involves firefighting and rescue, housekeeping, radiological decontamination of buildings and equipment, performing review and upgrades to procedures, valve tagging, etc., which occasionally requires climbing ladders and entry into confined spaces.
The work schedule for this position may include a 4x10 day work schedule, depending upon union seniority bid.
A high school diploma or GED is required to be considered for this position.
Completion of certifications up to a Nuclear Operator Level 0400 "Senior Reactor Auxiliary Operator" and "Radiation Worker II" are required as a condition of employment.
Experience in a nuclear operating environment OR completion of the ISU Energy Systems Technology course, OR an Associates degree in Nuclear Operations Technology is desired.
Selective Service Requirements
To be eligible for employment at INL males between ages 18 and 25 must register (or must have registered) with the Selective Service System (SSS). This includes U.S. born and naturalized citizens, parolees, undocumented immigrants, legal permanent residents, asylum seekers, refugees, and all males with visas of any kind which expired more than 30 days ago. The few individuals who are exempt from this requirement are those on current non-immigrant visas. For more information see www.sss.gov.
Employee Job Functions
Employee Job Functions are physical actions and/or working conditions associated with the position. These functions may also constitute essential functions for the job position which the employee must be able to fulfill, with or without accommodation.
Information provided below is to help describe the job so that the applicant has a reasonable understanding of the job duties/expectations. An applicant's ability to perform and/or tolerate these actions and conditions will be discussed and workplace accommodations may be made on a case-by-case basis following an individualized assessment of the applicant and other considerations, including but not limited to any governing safety standards.
Motor Abilities (Lower Body) - Prolonged walking, standing, bending,/stooping, and squatting
Motor Abilities (Upper Body) - Twisting, applying torque (hands), pushing/pulling, grasping/gripping, fine motor control (hands)
Motor Abilities (Combined Upper/Lower Body) - Lifting ability, exertion, repetitive work, ability to lift at least 50 lbs., intermittent and moderate work
Special Senses (Eyes) - Near vision, far vision, depth perception, and basic color discrimination
Special Senses (Ears) - Speech discrimination, audio alarms
Special Senses (Nose) - Ability to smell
Work Conditions (Facility) - High noises (>85dB), heights, confined spaces, stairs
Work Conditions (Environmental) - Heat stress, cold stress, hazardous chemical/waste, radiation work
Work Conditions (Equipment) - Ladders >6 feet, machine/electrical hazards, power tools, protective clothing, respirator use, motor vehicle use, typing/keyboarding
Work Conditions (Personnel Requirements) - Rotating shift work, >8 hours per day, overtime/irregular hours, working alone
Certification Exams - Fissle Material Handler, Respirator User, Testing Designated Position (TDP)
Please Apply Before:
December 19, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. (MST)
Environmental, Safety and Health Statement
Must be familiar with, and comply with all relevant health and safety requirements. Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals.
When applying to positions please provide a resume and answer all questions on the following screens. Applicants, who fail to provide a resume or answer the questions, may be deemed ineligible for consideration.
INL is a science-based, applied engineering national laboratory dedicated to supporting the U.S. Department of Energy's mission in nuclear energy research, science, and national defense. With over 4,300 scientists, researchers and support staff, the laboratory works with national and international governments, universities and industry partners to discover new science and develop technologies that underpin the nation's nuclear and renewable energy, national security and environmental missions.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of INL to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Personnel Assistant (Full-Time)
- Receive, inventory, and distribute incoming mail/packages;
- Collect, sort, stamp, and label outgoing mail/packages;
- Receive document requests from department offices;
- Package and utilize UPS to send materials to department offices;
- Manage, distribute, and issue new supplies to new hires/contractors;
- Report supply usage and reordering needs to the Logistics Officer;
- Review multiple conference room schedules daily and schedule requests;
- Arrange conference room and teleconferences as needed for events with assistance from additional Administrative Staff,
- assist with refreshments;
- Maintain equipment and vehicle calendars and usage;
- Maintain department log books;
- Arrange office/cubicle space for new hires/contractors;
- Review, process timecards, and track attendance for department employees;
- Conduct inventory of office equipment and supplies;
- Prepare and process travel arrangements;
- Send out calendar invites to meeting/conference attendees;
- Assist with the creation of Powerpoint presentations;
- Distribute, collect, and compile evaluation forms;
- Assist with other administrative and logistical functions, arranging furniture, inventory;
- Collect, Scan and track training certificates;
- Monitor training and recertification due dates; and
- Respond to EEO, FOIA, Privacy requests.
- Ability to perform problem-solving techniques and demonstrate analytical skills;
- Ability to read, write, understand, and communicate in English;
- Ability to perform multiple tasks and work well with others;
- Ability to organize work and establish priorities;
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and Adobe;
- High School Diploma;
- U.S. Citizenship; and
- Two (2) years of work experience.
Auxiliary Operator- Franklin, GA
Veolia Energy has entered a long-term O&M Services Agreement with Georgia Renewable Power. GRP is currently building two 65 MW biomass-fueled power plants in north Georgia. These plants, in Franklin and Madison counties, respectively, are targeting Commercial Operation at the start of the second quarter next year. Veolia Energy will be supporting the commissioning and startup, and is putting together high performance teams for each plant now.
The Plant Operator will under general direction, operate a single stoker biomass fired
Foster Wheeler boiler and one (1) 65 MW Siemens Steam Turbine Generator. The Plant
Operator responsibilities will include operation of all associated equipment, in order to
provide safe and environmental compliant electrical generation. The Plant Operator will
be expected to perform all necessary functions in the field for the safe and efficient
operation of the facility.
Scope & Responsibilities:
Evaluates and maintains proper operation of all machinery.
Follows and promotes standard and established practices, refers to operation and
service manuals to evaluate and maintain proper operation of all machinery.
- Ability to operate valves as needed to control boilers, steam turbine, and their
- Ability to solve complex problems in a timely manner pertaining to the operation of
the power plant equipment
Operates equipment to ensure uninterrupted power generation to the grid.
Monitors and records pressures, temperatures and oil levels on the operating
- Identifies and informs appropriate individual of symptoms requiring maintenance
- Has knowledge to ensure the safe operating condition of machinery and takes
immediate corrective action should unsafe conditions exist.
May be required to obtain a certification to wear a full-face respirator
Performs and promotes work in a safe manner according to established safety
procedures and reports or rectifies any unsafe conditions.
- Displays willingness to work in a team environment and follow directions and
instructions from members of management.
Must be present and ready to begin working at the designated time.
Must be available to work scheduled or unscheduled overtime, as required.
Must be willing and able to work rotating shifts that include holidays, nights and
- Must have ability to interface diplomatically with other employees and the public.
Note: The job can be physically demanding involving movement of heavy equipment and
carrying materials up and down stairs. Candidates should be able to lift and maneuver a
Required Skills, Knowledge & Experience:
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- 3 plus years' experience in power generation industry operating steam generators and
steam turbines to produce electricity to the grid
- Extensive hands on experience in the operation and maintenance of steam generators,
specifically solid fuel boilers.
Valid Georgia drivers license or the ability to obtain.
Must possess or have the ability to obtain a certification to wear a full-face respirator
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, manuals and drawings, and
Working knowledge of the maintenance of daily plant logs
Familiar with basic Microsoft Office products as well as Google applications.
Must have experience with sound safety practices using hand tools and power
equipment related to job assignments
Able to work rotating-shift assignments to support plant operations
Ability to hear and detect changes in noise levels of rotating equipment and portable
- Ability to lift heavy equipment and carry materials up and down stairs with the
capacity of lifting 50 pounds
Possess strong emotional intelligence and steadfast composure
Ability to follow processes and procedures
Ability to accurately communicate over a radio
Ability to work alone and in a team environment
Preferred Skills, Knowledge & Experience:
- Associate Degree in Power Plant Operations or Navy Nuclear or Gas Turbine training
- Training on the operation of boiler/turbine,
- experience and training with Siemens turbines and Foster Wheeler boilers
Water Resources Auxiliary Operator Trainee
The Auxiliary Operator Trainee is expected to complete qualifications within assigned time frames. Operates mechanical and electrical equipment for which qualification has been completed for Water Resources (WR)
High school diploma or GED. Must pass EEI POSS testing. Must possess a valid Arizona driver's license. Water/Wastewater experience, technical Water/Wastewater program certification or associate degree in Water/Wastewater preferred. ADEQ Level 1 Water and Wastewater certification preferred.
Nuclear requirement: Any PVGS employee may be called upon to serve as a member of the Emergency Response Organization (ERO) and will be expected to fulfill their obligation as an ERO member. This is a condition of employment at PVGS. Roles and Responsibilities defined in Policy 1503 and implementing policy guide are applicable to all PVGS employees.
Any PVGS employee may be called upon to support a refueling or short-notice outage. This includes line roles and responsibilities as necessary to execute outage activities.
- Completes qualification to operate equipment within assigned time frame.
- Operates all major and auxiliary plant equipment at Water Resources in areas for which qualification is completed.
- Monitors, reads and records instruments and equipment in areas for which qualification is completed. Notifies WR Control Operator of any problems.
- Communicates with the WR Control Room regarding WR plant status and conditions on an ongoing basis in areas where qualifications have been completed.
- Implements station safety tagging and clearance procedures to ensure safe working conditions for personnel and equipment.
- Maintains awareness and understanding of: plant procedures, government regulations, system operation and design changes.
- Maintains qualifications per Palo Verde Training continuing training programs when qualifications are complete in one or more areas.
Senior Engineer, Systems Engineering - Auxiliary Power Units (Apu)
The sky has no limits.
Flight is an instrument of human progress. It not only gets people where they want to go, it carries humanity to places it never thought possible.
Pratt & Whitney, a recognized leading producer of the world's most powerful jet engines, is looking for a dedicated individual to support our organization.
At Pratt & Whitney, you'll be part of an evolving, globally diverse company that's moving fast to craft the future of aviation. Customers all over the world depend on our technology and the people behind it.
As part of the team at you will help answer today's challenges in powered flight while crafting and supporting tomorrow's solutions. If you encourage to work in a dynamic environment and possess the motivations to convert new ideas into practice, this may be the opportunity you've been looking for.
Have you considered what it may be like to work at Pratt & Whitney? We have a rare opportunity for a talented Senior engineer, Systems Engineering – Auxiliary Power Units (APU) in our West Palm Beach, FL location.
Do you feel fulfilled when you help others succeed? Are you fascinated by the way the people learn and grow?
Have you considered what it may be like to work at Pratt & Whitney? If so, we want to hear from you.
Inclusion Powers Innovation
We unlock our employees' full potential through a versatile and engaging culture that values everybody's opinion, driving innovation.
The goal of our diversity strategy is to craft a workforce and environment where every employee is valued so innovation and creativity thrive and to ensure that all employees are engaged and empowered.
Pratt & Whitney Systems Design & Component Integration Organization is responsible for the integrating the design of components, modules, and systems into world-class commercial and military propulsion systems, APUs and Turbojets. Pratt & Whitney is seeking a self-starting individual with strong technical, problem solving, communication, and teamwork skills.
In this role, you will lead systems engineering process with the goal of meeting technical, budget, and schedule requirements for the APU family of products. The ability to lead root cause investigations and recommend solutions that are appropriate both for P&W and for our customer is essential. In addition, you will be expected to drive technical metric optimization (weight, performance, cost, durability), manage technical risk, configuration and deploy requirements that differentiate our products from the competition
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