Maintenance Mechanic
Location:
Boston , Massachusetts
Posted:
October 21, 2017
Reference:
207999

Description

Responsible for performing safe and efficient maintenance activities for the Mystic 8 and 9 generating facility.  The facility is a nominal 1600 MW natural gas fueled combined cycle facility featuring 4 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (“MHI”) 501G gas turbines, 4 Deltak Heat Recovery Steam Generators (“HRSG”) with catalytic reduction systems and supplemental duct firing, and 2 MHI steam turbines and air cooled condensing systems. Specific responsibilities and duties include:        
  1. Perform assigned maintenance activities in the areas of mechanical, electrical, I&C, and warehousing dependent on specialty, training and experience.
  2. Maintain high personnel and equipment safety and environmental compliance standards and practices.
  3. Maximize plant and personnel efficiency and plant profits without degrading personnel and equipment safety practices, environmental requirements or long term operations of the plant.
  4. Assist in the administration and oversight of contractors in support of plant maintenance, warehousing activities, and building and grounds maintenance.
  5. Assist in the development of the annual budget and training plans for maintenance activities and personnel.
  6. Assist in developing and defining overall maintenance policies and procedures.
  7. Perform other assigned independent or team tasks such as system expert, industrial safety, environmental, welding, housekeeping, general facility preservation.
  8. Respond quickly to abnormal plant conditions or requirements.
  9. Work with OSHA classified hazardous materials.
  10. Supplement Operations Department by performing watchstanding duties if qualified.

Qualifications

  1. At least a high school graduate for mechanics and electricians and at least a two-year technical degree or equivalent for instrumentation and control personnel.
  2. A minimum of 10 years experience with steam and electric power plant maintenance activities and with a detailed knowledge in one or more of the following technical fields, depending upon current staffing needs, mechanical, welding, gas turbine maintenance, electrical, instrument and control, and computer hardware and software maintenance, as applicable to one's specialty (mechanical, electrical or I&C).
  3. Depending upon current staffing needs, one of the following licenses may be required:  Journeyman Electrician, Plumber, or Gas Fitter.
  4. Massachusetts Second Class Fireman’s License desired.
  5. Ability to work extended hours and respond to call in when required.
  6. Experienced in the use of personal computers and a computerized maintenance management control system.     
  7. Ability to work independently and as an overall integral plant staff team member.
  8. Ability to lead a work effort or oversee contractor work.

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