Summary of Role:
This role is the most advanced (master) level to ensure power continuity in the network of Baxter sites on the island of Puerto Rico. Work involves and requires serving in a lead role in the preventative, predictive and corrective maintenance activities on engine-driven emergency power generation systems and related electrical equipment installed to support the collection and treatment of municipal wastewater and the production, storage and distribution of potable water.
- Requires the administrative and lead worker duties associated with a multi-person maintenance work center.
- Requires multi-site duties associated with
- A multiple-site generator maintenance and repair of (8) Diesel Generators above 2MW in size, and at least 5 units of 30 KW in size. Units range in age of 40 years to brand new Tier 4 units.
- Selection and management of spare parts and spare parts systems.
- Energy management of diesel fuel consumption reports and aiding the environmental technician with regulatory reporting.
- Requires a CDL, or the ability gain and hold a CDL.
- Managing a working vehicle with POL and tool sets needed from site to site.24/7 operations may be needed depending upon storm activity.
- Daily & Weekly communication with island power authorities, project communication with local and corporate engineering teams, & appropriate partnership & communication with purchasing organizations.
- Managing all support POL systems and suppliers, including active fuel polishing systems, delivery systems, distribution systems and spares suppliers.
- Managing the electrical monitoring devices of incoming external power and managing the switch over and up flow of critical equipment.
- Responsible for training of other gen techs, and managing their skill sets and all training
Graduation from high school, Bachelor’s Degree preferred; maintenance career path certification as a Generator Technician III; extensive experience in the operation, installation, and repair of internal combustion engine-driven generator sets, and related electrical equipment; experience in the installation and maintenance of three-phase electric motors and motor control circuits; experience in the administration of a maintenance work team; and a valid commercial Class A motor vehicle operator's license and CDL.