Per Se Group has a great short-term contract position for a Power Plant Shift Supervisor with our client in Connecticut. You will be responsible for the operations the plant during the assigned shift. As a Power Plant Shift Supervisor, you will be an important part of a dynamic, high-functioning team!
Under the general supervision of the Operations Manager,
- Directs the operation of the Station on a shift in the production of electricity in a safe, uninterrupted, environmentally sound and efficient manner to meet market demands.
- Assists when required in completion of injury/illness reports and adheres to plant policy guidelines.
- Provides direct supervision and monitors workers to ensure environmental compliance during all operations and projects.
- Compiles plant operational records to ensure environmental and safety work practices and procedures are followed.
- Directs and supervises the operation of boilers, turbines, generators and related auxiliary equipment on their shift.
- Coordinates with Power Marketing the production of electrical power including hourly loading, unit start-ups, shutdowns, etc.
- Ensures all operating problems are clearly described in sufficient detail to expedite repairs. Coordinates work with maintenance and technical departments, both outage and non-outage.
- Provides training on shift to ensure operators are competent in the performance of their job duties.
- Prepares daily reports of shift operations, facilitates the daily operations morning meetings of management staff and performs operating administrative functions on a shift basis.
- This position may require working nights, weekends and/or holidays as determined by plant needs, or as delegated by Management.
- High school diploma
- Eight or more years of experience in all phases of high-pressure power plant operation.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and Maximo.
- Good communication skills, self-motivated, highly organized.
- Must possess a degree of creative ability and initiative requisite in applying sound principles in correcting plant conditions under emergency conditions when normal procedures do not cover all situations