$100K — $150K *
The Sr. Engineer will oversee Electrical Testing and Predictive/Preventive Maintenance Programs at plants owned/operated or contracted to operate by Oglethorpe Power. The incumbent will be responsible for planning such efforts as major generator outages at Oglethorpe Plants and the design, selection and implementation of new control systems at Oglethorpe Plants. The incumbent will help in planning, review and monitor annual electrical inspections and write annual reports at facilities owned/operated or contracted to operate by Oglethorpe Power. The incumbent will provide business, administrative, and technical support for plant managers and other personnel as needed, including the design of new plant systems or modifications to existing plant systems, planning, budgeting, and performance analysis for facilities owned/operated or contracted to operate by Oglethorpe Power. The incumbent will help in the procedure writing of actual plant procedures to enable compliance with NERC/SERC standards such as reactive power validation. As a member of Technical Services, the incumbent will also provide services, such as the review of drawings, specifications, design memoranda, etc., to generation projects in development or under construction.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering or engineering technology (preferably BSEE) - Technical and business knowledge of generating plant operation, performance and economics.
Experience: This position is a Senior Engineer level position. 10+ years’ minimum engineering and five years minimum preventive and predictive maintenance experience in an operating commercial electric power generating plant is required, including planning, budgeting, preventive and predictive maintenance and maintenance analysis.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations: Professional Engineering (PE) license preferred and valid driver’s license that meets the insurance requirements under Oglethorpe Power’s Drivers Qualification Program. Level II Thermographer or Level II Vibration Analyst certification desired.
Specialized Skills: Creativity; ability to organize and manage time well and to work with autonomy; good interpersonal skills; strong oral and written communication abilities; good technical and business analytical skills; PC fluency. Ability to work directly with Plant Manager and senior plant staff.
Unusual Hours: The generating plants operate on a 24-hour basis. Occasional extended schedule, including weekends and evenings, according to the demands of the role and tasks. Must be able to travel to and work in the power plant environment. The incumbent is on 24-hour call in the event of incidents that affect the operation, rating, or reliability of the Corporation’s generating assets.
Valid through: 1/26/2022
$100K — $150K *
29 days ago