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Power Plant Operator


This is a Full-time position in Jacksonville, FL posted April 6, 2021.

Under limited supervision, operates, maintains, troubleshoots and repairs electric generating plant equipment and systems to provide economical and reliable electric services, consistent with environmental regulations, to JEA customers.

Job requires working knowledge of the methods, procedures and standards for equipment operating and maintenance of power plant equipment, sufficient to perform a range of routing and non-routine skilled craft tasks.

Procedures are established and a number of specific guidelines are available, requiring judgment in locating and selecting the most appropriate methods, techniques and procedures to apply to specific cases.

Solves routine or recurring problems and identifies and suggests solutions to more complex problems.

Valuable non core level skills may be in the area of mechanical, instrumentation and control, and or electrical maintenance skills.

Completed work is reviewed for technical accuracy and compliance with instructions or established procedures.

Occasional contact with individuals in other work groups is required to obtain, clarify and provide information and coordinate work efforts.

May be required to work in a maintenance planning capacity on a rotational basis.May lead and monitor the work of others.Operates valves and switches to place generators, main turbines, water treatment equipment, boiler feed pump turbines and combustion turbine/generators and auxiliary equipment and systems in and out of service and to maintain normal operating conditions.Operates valves and switches to test turbine auxiliary equipment and systems.Monitors generators, main turbines, boilers, boiler feed pump turbines, combustion turbine/generators and auxiliary equipment and systems; analyzes data; and takes remedial action to assure pre-operating and normal operating conditions.Monitors water treatment equipment to ensure pre-operating and normal operating conditions.Ensures compliance with all environmental operating permit conditions.Performs regular preventive and corrective maintenance and tests on mechanical and electrical equipment and cleaning and painting of equipment.Operates valves, switches and equipment to perform fuel transfer operations and monitors fuel systems to ensure proper operation and compliance with procedures.Issues safety clearances for maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment and systems.Operates switches and uses tools to places electrical equipment such as busses and breakers in and out of service and to test breakers.Compiles and analyzes data and produces reports, check-off sheets, log sheets and plant work orders.Conducts safety meetings and ensures that safety rules are enforced, safe work practices are encouraged and unsafe conditions and behaviors are corrected.Follow up with vendors on materials requested but not received.Researches stock items to provide adequate manufacturers part information in inventory management system.Resolves recurring inventory problems and discrepancies, such as obsolete vendor part numbers, in conjunction with Inventory Control and Procurement personnel.Provides plant operational support to the manager.Operates standard office equipment and uses required software applications.Operates vehicles and other mobile equipment, such as but not limited to; fork lift, scissor lift, JLG etc.

in accordance with company procedures and policies as required.Performs other job-related work as assigned.*_OPEN REQUIREMENTS:_*High School diploma or equivalent and four (4) years experience in a power generating facility, pulp and paper mill, military facility or similar facility which must include skilled work in at least one of the following:turbine propulsion systems;combustion turbines, and their auxiliary systems;steam turbines and their auxiliary systems;process steam boilers, including the combustion equipment and their auxiliary systems;electric generators and their auxiliary systems;air compressors, heat exchangers, high pressure lube oil: supply, transfer and storage systems;compressed gas storage and transfer systems, fuel oil storage and transfer systems;de-mineralized or de-ionized water treatment equipment;common plant electrical and instrument systems, other applicable systems/equipment;welding, mechanical maintenance, or heavy industrial mechanical work;process control systems and/or industrial electronics;industrial or commercial maintenance, installation or construction;jet propulsion engines or land based combustion turbines and their auxiliary systems*_LICENSING/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION:_*A valid driver?s license is required prior to employment and must be maintained during employment in this classification.Must meet the Coast Guard?s educational requirements for person in charge during fuel transfer operations at all stations prior to completion of the probationary period.Depending on assignment, the following may be required prior to or during employment and must be maintained during employment in this classification:Commercial Driver?s License with endorsementsTransportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) cardThis position requires that employees be in compliance with JEA procedure ES A0200 A0101 RS 628 Screening Personnel Risk Assessments (pre-hire for ?FACTA?

designations; pre-hire and recurring for ?CIP?

designations).**Job:** **Skilled Craft***Organization:** **JEA***Title:** *Power Plant Operator***Location:** *FL-Jacksonville***Requisition ID:** *11627*