Reporting to the Operations Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for directing and supervising the activities of a group of employees engaged in the construction, operation, maintenance and repair of hydroelectric facilities and associated equipment to insure safe, efficient and reliable energy production in a manner consistent with operation and regulatory requirements.
Plan, schedule, direct, coordinate and supervise the activities of the maintenance and operating personnel in the construction, operation, maintenance and repair of hydroelectric facilities to ensure continuity of operations.
Trains subordinates in areas such as safety, maintenance and proper operating techniques to improve skill levels.
Executes and complies with applicable company policies and procedures with emphasis on safety and environmental requirements and takes appropriate action.
Responsible for directing response of personnel to plant emergencies, special safety procedures, and operations related activities.
Assures compliance with applicable Federal, State and Local regulations and Labor agreements.
Project management activities for small to medium size maintenance and construction projects which may include contract personnel or contractors.
Other duties as may be assigned by the Operations Manager.
Requires an educational background of a two-year electrical or mechanical school, or equivalent experience with technical understanding of electrical/mechanical engineering design, operation and maintenance features of related equipment and installations.
Detailed knowledge of safe operating procedures, accident prevention rules, OSHA regulations, company policies, procedures and organization with job related experience or knowledge equivalent to that acquired through completion of a two year electrical or mechanical school plus additional specialized training with 5 to 7 years qualifying experience.
Knowledge of hydroelectric operations, maintenance, construction and environmental regulations.
Qualifications necessary to perform supervisory tasks.
Candidate must possess strong verbal and written communication and administrative skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Products including Outlook, Word and Excel.
Brookfield Renewable Energy Group operates the renewable generation and power utility portfolios for Brookfield Asset Management, a global alternative asset manager with over $175 billion of assets under management. Brookfield Renewable's employees have responsibility for over 200 renewable power generation facilities and 53,000 kilometers of electrical transmission and distribution assets in North and Latin America. As a global leader in clean energy, Brookfield's portfolio totals over 5,800 megawatts of installed capacity, primarily hydroelectric, powering over three million average homes each year in 12 power markets. For more information on our publicly traded entity, Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners, please visit www.brookfieldrenewable.com .
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