This is a temporary position until approximately May 2023.
LOCATION: Merom Generating Station, near Sullivan, IN
Performs assigned projects and routine procedures or tasks primarily involving the operation, inspection, checking and status-reporting of assigned equipment or systems, for the purpose of contributing to the overall safety, continuity and efficient operation of the power plant.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reviews, at the start of each assigned shift, the operating reports of the previous shift concerning assigned plant equipment and verifies such information by personal inspection; completes the prescribed written reports with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness.
Responsible for the performance of the necessary steps and procedures concerning the operation, lubrication, inspection, checking and status-handling system.
Inspects, lubricates and cleans assigned equipment, on a regular basis, in accordance with schedules and specifications, to include: fly ash silo building (baghouses, air locks, truck unloaders, aeration blowers, transfer blowers, and LF load center), intermediate surge tank and associated equipment, all sump pumps in FGD area, routine and emergency module wash-downs, air compressor and dryer condensate receivers, and freeze protection systems.
Performs housekeeping chores in and around assigned work areas.
Works a rotating “swing” shift schedule and reports for work in a timely and dependable fashion.
Learns the Plant Clearance Permit System and plant safety practices.
Maintains appropriate channels of communication and cooperation with personnel from other departments and reports any abnormal or potentially dangerous conditions to the appropriate supervisor(s) in a responsible and timely fashion.
Makes suggestions to the FGD shift supervisor about any practices, procedures, requirements or improvements to facilitate work efficiencies or cost improvements.
Responsible for the proper utilization, maintenance and security of assigned tools, equipment and work areas.
Acts in an exemplary manner; maintains and promotes safe practices and procedures; assists in the organization of appropriate training sessions, safety meetings and first-aid classes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum of High School or GED
Demonstrate potential, either through work experience or education, success in electrical, mechanical and/or control operational occupations
Skills and Abilities:
Mechanical and/or electrical aptitude; dependable and cooperative
Power plant environment, rotating shift work schedule and may require extended hours
Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran
About Hoosier Energy
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative serving 18 member electric cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and southeastern Illinois.