This position is for the Plant Mechanical Maintenance Specialist for the Putnam Plant. The successful candidate will ensure that all work assignments, duties, and responsibilities are conducted in a safe and environmentally conscious manner. This position will be responsible for supporting and overseeing mechanical systems and equipment design reviews, construction, commissioning, and transition to Operations of a new combined-cycle power generating facility. Additional duties of this position include developing relevant production processes in preparation for daily operations. Prior hands-on experience in BOP, CTG, and STG mechanical piping system, pump, valve, compressor, turbine, and heat exchanger equipment operating and maintenance processes is required. The successful candidate shall have the ability to read & understand Piping & Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs), Piping Line Lists, General Arrangements, Isometric drawings, structural details, OEM manufacturing documents, manuals. Control valve, pump, compressor, heat exchanger design knowledge is highly preferred.
Under limited guidance, this position handles daily maintenance processes, drives maintenance execution, complex problem analysis, lead maintenance planning, technical day-to-day problem resolution, and long-range planning. Position completes identification, scheduling, and planning of plant major maintenance activities and leads internal and external resources to "Deliver Certainty" for assigned maintenance activities to achieve objectives for: safety, environmental, quality, schedule and cost compliance. Position is focused on streamlining activities through the use of lean maintenance techniques and standardized processes and procedures. Plans and assigns daily maintenance work based on risk priority and monitors progress until work is satisfactorily complete. Ensures spare part and material inventory is adequate to assure plant availability and reliability. Develops 5 year plans for maintenance including annual outages for all systems in the plant. Verify that all work activities conform to applicable federal, state, and local laws and consistent with PGD policies, procedures and practices. Majority of time may be spent in maintaining daily safety focus, developing site safety culture, enhancing site personnel capabilities, providing leadership, coaching, and training, to develop teams and people to achieve a flexible, fully engaged and focused work group. Additional tasks and misc duties may be assigned, as needed.
Bachelor's degree in a related field (or equivalent experience) and 5-7 years relevant duties experience and 0-2 years relevant supervisory experience required, if applicable.
Technical / Functional Excellence: New/Learning;Process Management Concepts: Competent;Quality Tools & Techniques: Competent;Effective Written Communications: Competent;Effective Verbal Communications: Competent;Safety Policy and Practice: Competent;
NextEra Energy, Inc.
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