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Combustion Turbine Operator/Technician Foreperson

Company Name:
Great River Energy
Feel the Energy. When you work for an organization that appreciates your contributions, respects your abilities, and rewards your achievements, youll feel energized as youve never felt before. Thats why you owe it to yourself to explore a future with Great River Energy. As Minnesotas second largest utility, based on generating capacity, we have a satisfying opportunity for a Combustion Turbine Operator/Technician Foreperson.
General Summary:
We have an excellent leadership opportunity for a Combustion Turbine Operator/Technician Foreperson at our peaking plant located in Elk River, MN. The foreperson will establish priorities and organize work activities for the operator/technicians at plants under the direction of the combustion turbine supervisor. This position will direct work activities, maintain and operate large simple cycle combustion turbine, perform overall maintenance of mechanical, electrical and other systems required to safely and efficiently operate plants.
Qualifications:
The qualified candidate will possess knowledge typically acquired through a two-year technical college degree; or military experience; or power plant experience; or other related training and experience; must have combustion turbine operation and maintenance experience and the equivalent of 2 years of directly related operational experience; as well as strong electrical, instrumentation & control (I &C) and mechanical aptitude. Prior experience working with rotating equipment and proven ability to perform a variety of electrical I & C and mechanical maintenance duties is required. Knowledge of high voltage electrical equipment and experience performing switching duties is required.
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We offer a competitive wage, in accordance with the IBEW, Local 160 contract, excellent benefits package and opportunity for professional growth. To apply, visit our website at www.greatriverenergy.com. Application deadline is August 22, 2014. An EEO/AA Employer.

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