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Control Room Operator

Phoenix, AZ

Industry: Energy/Oil/Gas/Utilities/Nuclear Job Number: 21B52C64-92C9-4B4F-B631-2CE036F896D3 Pay Rate: $90 - $100K

Job Description

If you have a power systems technical background, this is the perfect role for you. This client is the largest O&M provider globally and has been in business for over 20 years. They provide operations and maintenance for the energy world, including solar, utilities, and other renewable asset companies.

This client is searching for Control Room Operators that are responsible for coordinating day-to-day operations activities for energy generating facilities, transmission providers, and scheduling entities, specifically in the utilities field.

They want to hire Nuke EMs and other electrical technicians with power systems backgrounds. They will train you on their specifics and regulatory procedures, and they want those transferable skill sets to enhance their team. There is no travel, and this is more or an office type job. They have hired military technicians in the past and have had major success, so they want more.

Job description:

- Monitor and operate large and small aggregate generators, being familiar with the use of multiple monitoring and control platforms.
- Evaluate complicated operating situations against multiple regulatory and contractual obligations, such as operating contracts (O&M agreement, power purchase agreement, interconnect agreement), balancing authority tariffs, business practice manuals, transmission and scheduling entity operating handbooks, O&M operating agreements, and any NERC standards applicable to the generator operator / generator owner
- Operate equipment under O&M authority, during equipment changes, safeguards the generator owner by enforcing OM change management policies, protecting Generator Owner compliance
- Operate multiple power plant control systems technologies across the fleet, understanding the behavior and capabilities of each technology; predict grid response to any control action; implement voltage schedules according to operating agreements and contracts
- If a failure of the forecasting system occurs, use a pre-written worksheet and OM procedures to manually generate and deliver all forecasts

Base salary, plus bonuses.

Chandler, AZ

Job 55785

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