$74,300.00 - $92,700.00 /Year
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(OPC) is the nation’s largest power supply cooperative with approximately $5 billion in assets serving 39 electric membership corporations which, collectively, provide electricity to 4.1 million Georgia citizens. A proponent of safety and conscientious energy development and use, OPC balances reliable and affordable energy with environmental responsibility and has an outstanding record of regulatory compliance. OPC was established in 1974 and is headquartered in Tucker, Georgia (an Atlanta suburb). We are currently seeking a Maintenance Coordinator to join our Plant Operations Team at our OPC Headquarters.
The Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for maintenance (preventive, predictive, corrective and special projects) planning, preparation, schedule development, and maintenance coordination for 5 Simple Cycle CT Plants consisting of 17 Combustion Turbine Generators, including: monitoring and coordinating milestones and action items; budget and scope development and control; self-assessment and performance monitoring; improvement initiatives; and risk assessment. Facilitates post critiques and identifies actions necessary to improve future maintenance. Responsible for providing reliable and efficient electric power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, mandatory electric reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT and all applicable governmental regulations.
JOB DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Visit work sites and identify any safety hazards or other potential problems that need to be documented. If necessary contacts the requestor to ensure that the work is accurately understood before planning. During the performance of these duties, the incumbent may be required to carry up to 75 pounds of tools, equipment and/or materials. The incumbent may also be required to work inside confined spaces and other normally inaccessible spaces in the performance of these duties. To access the work locations, the incumbent must be capable of climbing up and down several hundred steps; climb scaffolding; work at heights, within confined spaces, near or over water, and near high voltage equipment; and must be able to wear and use required personnel protective equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus, full face cartridge respirators, and air line supplied respirators.
Estimate what craft groups it will take to do the job and also how long it should take to do the job.
Determine material needed, reserve the stock items, and order non-stock materials. Also, ensure that they are available in sufficient quantities for the work to be performed.
Ensure all required resources, labor, materials, tools; rental equipment, contractors, etc. are ready before the work is scheduled.
Develop standards for repetitive jobs.
Develop and track craft/crew backlogs (a total of all labor requirements for work that is ready to schedule).
Track the labor capacity for each week, to take enough work out of the backlog to make up the weekly schedule. This total takes into account vacations, sickness, overtime, etc. to ensure an accurate schedule can be produced.
Prepare a weekly schedule to be given to the Plant O&M Supervisors at the end of the week, so they can prepare for the next week. This position also prepares a long-range projected schedule for a period of six weeks.
Track work order to completion in the computerized maintenance management system (Maximo). This position receives completed work orders, notes any problems, and ensures that the following minimal information is available in Maximo: date of repair, work order number, accumulated down time, cause code, priority of work, actual labor, actual materials, total cost, and year-to-date and life-to-date costs.
Interface with management, outage coordinator, craft, operations, and specialized positions to resolve planning and scheduling issues.
Review request for work and ensure that the request is not currently an active work order.
Maintain equipment information, such as drawings, spare parts listings, equipment manuals, etc.
Work with engineering and plant personnel to establish and optimize the preventive and predictive maintenance programs.
Perform resource leveling and produces histograms for work groups. Re-allocates as necessary based on work group input and work package priorities.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in mechanical or electrical engineering or engineering technology is preferred.
: Eight years minimum outage maintenance and management experience in an operating commercial electric power generating plant is desired. Must have experience with using a CMMS, with preference given to Maximo.
: Candidates with a two (2) year technical degree plus 10 years of directly related maintenance and management experience in an electrical power plant environment or twelve (12) years of directly related maintenance and management experience may be considered.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations
: Valid driver’s license which meets the insurance eligibility requirements under the Driver Qualified Program.
Specialized Skills (e.g., typing, computers, software, tools and equipment uses, etc.):
Motivated individual with results-oriented style who has very strong attention to detail and organizational skills Good interpersonal skills. Strong technical and business analytical skills. Ability to get results and yet operate with a diplomatic style. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other fellow employees and representatives of vendors and contractors used on outages. The ability to develop instructions from technical manuals, journals, drawings, and other related material. Possesses excellent skills in oral and written communications using the English language Decision making capabilities. Must pass the Basic Aptitude/Skills exam.
Ability to use personal computers, including but not limited to word .processing, spreadsheets,database, and scheduling applications
Ability to plan, schedule, organize and coordinate work assignments of various trades.
Working knowledge or power plant equipment and systems.
Knowledge of the methods, materials, and equipment used in servicing and repairing mechanical, electrical, electronic and instrumentation and control equipment.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, diagrams, and drawings for structures, process systems, mechanical equipment, HVAC systems, piping, and electrical and electronic equipment.
Basic management/supervisory skills.
Ability to wear and use required personnel protective equipment including respirators (self-contained breathing apparatus and face cartridge respirators and air line supplied respirators).
An industrial environment with somewhat noisy, dusty, disagreeable conditions (kneeling, bending, twisting, pulling or pushing; extremes in temperature and weather). Exposure to high voltage equipment and working near or over water.
Percent of travel involved: 30% in state to support generation facilities. Very little, if any, overnight travel is required.
At times, unusual hours may be required of this position: The generating plants operate on a 24-hour basis.
At his or her discretion, the incumbent may elect to remain on‑site, around‑the‑clock during forced outages, maintenance outages, or to attend plant meetings which occur outside normal office hours.
In the event of a problem
affecting the operation, rating, or reliability of the corporation’s generating assets
, the incumbent is on 24-hour call.
We are a drug-free workplace. All applicants are subject to substance abuse testing.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Oglethorpe Power Corporation
Website : http://www.opc.com/opccom