Salary will be dependent upon education and experience
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 619
Arizona G&T Cooperatives is seeking candidates for the position of Manager of Instrument and Electrical Maintenance at the Apache Generating Station located in Cochise, AZ. This position will manage, supervise and train Instrument Technicians and Plant Electricians to perform scheduled, preventative maintenance and capital improvements in a safe and productive manner while ensuring reliability and availability for peak megawatt production at a competitive cost. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Annually prepare and manage an Instrument and Electrical maintenance budget of 1 million dollars.
Ensure that all work is accomplished within regulatory requirements.
Direct personnel so that skills are applied to proper maintenance activities.
Conduct crew tailgate and safety meetings.
Ensure that technical training is made available and that all are proficient in the areas relating to their jobs.
Review warehouse inventory.
Minimum requirements are a six years previous experience in high-pressure steam production, generation maintenance, fuel and ash handling equipment and maintenance of plant emission equipment and two years supervisory experience. Working knowledge of power plant operations and equipment and the maintenance planning process is a plus. Good written and verbal skills are needed to be able to work within a multifaceted team.
We are Member-owned, not-for-profit electric generation and transmission (G&T) cooperatives. Working together, our employees fulfill the joint mission of providing reliable, affordable power to electric coops across the Southwest.
Arizona G&T Cooperatives provide power to more than 160,000 electric meters and 400,000 people in Arizona, California and New Mexico through six Class A Member distribution cooperatives. One of 63 G&T electric coops in the nation, we own and operate Apache Generating Station near Cochise, east of Benson. The plant has a combined gross generating capacity of 605 megawatts. We also purchase power to meet member energy needs during peak summer energy use.
Our transmission system operates and maintains more than 622 miles of electric power transmission line and 27 substations reaching out from our Apache Generating Station, across Arizona to the northwestern corner of the state. We also operate more than 30 telecommunications towers used for phone and data relay services by our member cooperatives and customers.