Plant Electrician I
Red Rock, OK
Installs, repairs, inspects, overhauls, troubleshoots and performs maintenance to power plant equipment and systems. Electrical tasks include but are not limited to repairing and retrofitting electrical motors and distribution transformers, breaker repair, conduit installation, cable installation, maintain control systems, switching procedures in the 345Kv range, along with general plant maintenance activities.
- Reads and interprets electrical schematics, drawings and prints.
- Performs electrical maintenance activities to power plant electrical systems up to and including 24Kv.
- Performs general craft tasks and uses power and hand tools.
- Repairs, inspects and maintains boiler and boiler auxiliaries.
- Repairs, inspects and maintains turbine/generator and turbine/generator auxiliaries.
- Repairs, inspects and maintains coal handling equipment and auxiliaries and plant elevators, if applicable.
- Operates various industrial equipment (i.e. forklifts).
- Operates various testing equipment (i.e. analog/digital multimeters, VOM/Ammeter, AMP probe, megger, phase rotation meter, breaker and relay test sets, oscilloscope, high voltage tester, low resistance Ohm meter, etc.).
- Maintains programmable logic controllers (PLC) and recorders.
- Performs and understands rigging and lifting procedures to access components.
- Maintains and inspects switchgear, station power batteries, transformers, AC/DC motors and controls and plant electrical distribution systems.
- Works with other craft and plant personnel as required.
- Maintains environmental control systems (i.e. precipitators).
- Complies with all safety and regulatory requirements, both internal and external.
- Utilizes SAP/PM module for input confirmation text of work performed.
- Acquires knowledge and understanding of basic plant principals and processes.
- Continually seeks process improvements that have value and increases productivity.
- Obtain primary authorized employee (PAE) certification under the Lock out tag out procedure.
- Attend Generation Switchman's Training and practice switching.
- Assist with the installation of conduit, cable runs, and electrical wiring.
- Associates Degree in a technical discipline; OR.
- High School Diploma or GED combined with One (1) year experience in a technical field OR a certificate of completion from a vocational trade institution in a technical field OR prior military service for at least one enlistment as documented on DD Form 214.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to adopt and practice IIF (Incident and Injury Free) philosophy.
- Knowledge of print reading and revisions.
- Ability to learn semi-skilled maintenance and manual tasks.
- Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing.
- Ability to interact effectively and professionally with team members, leaders, and customers.
- Ability to troubleshoot, diagnose problems, and resolve effectively.
- Ability to understand and comply with company policies and operation procedures.
- Ability to understand plant and equipment systems/processes.
- Ability to use common purpose hand tools and other materials of various craft trades.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision, following approved work methods and standard testing practices.
- Computer skills with knowledge of MS Office Suite applications.
- Ability to adjust and adapt across varied working conditions and evolving business needs.
- Knowledge and understanding of safety requirements and the use of personal protective equipment.
- Knowledge of basic math.
- Mechanical aptitude and familiarity working with mechanical equipment (e.g., pumps, electric motors, air compressors, valves, welding, fabrication, construction, pipefitting, etc.
- Ability to work near energized and/or rotating equipment in a safe manner.
- Ability to read and follow exactly, precise switching orders of high voltage equipment.
- A working Knowledge of the National Electric Code.
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321 N Harvey
Oklahoma United States
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