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Safety Technician and Consultant
- A minimum of 5 years experience operating or maintaining electrical or mechanical equipment.
- Experience with batteries, switchgear, pumps, generators, electrical/mechanical troubleshooting is preferred.
- Minimum 2 years of supervisory experience preferred but not required.
- Minimum of one year of previous trainer experience preferred but not required.
- Experience developing and implementing operational and safety procedures is preferred but not required.
- Conduct onsite assessments of electrical and mechanical equipment to develop lockout tagout procedures to bring equipment to zero energy state.
- Includes identification of energy sources such as electrical, pneumatic, pressure, and so on.
- Print, laminate and post procedures per client specifications.
- Conduct training on subjects that include but are not limited to: Electrical safety, lockout tagout, general safety, electrical/mechanical theory, and multi meter usage.
- Develop teaching aids such as power point presentations, worksheets, training handbooks, demonstration models, multimedia visual aids, computer tutorials, and reference materials.
- Aid company in development of new training materials and programs based on candidate's experience and knowledge.
- Must be able to identify components of various electrical or mechanical machinery such as valves, breakers, fuses, disconnects, and so on. This is required to be able to identify the proper isolation points in development of LOTO procedures.
- Must be able to differentiate between energy magnitudes such as 120V versus 480V, pneumatic pressures, thermal energy, reading gauges properly, and so on.
- Working knowledge of pumps, mechanical systems, control circuitry, batteries, electrical distribution, breakers, and so on, is essential.
- Knowledgeable in electrical/mechanical troubleshooting is a plus.
- Capable of reading schematics, diagrams and one-line diagrams are essential.
Weekly overnight travel in to locations in continental US will be 50% - 60%.
Typical example: Travel Monday - Work at client on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday work from home on Friday. (Exceptions will occur that require travel on different dates/schedules.) This is based on project requirements which dictate travel schedules.
- Candidate will rarely travel on weekends.
- Candidate is allowed flex time for Friday afternoons or other personal situations if work is completed on time.
- All travel and hotel accommodations will be company financed.
- The candidate will have a corporate credit card. No out of pocket expenses for the candidate or the need to reimburse.