Under direct supervision, operates, troubleshoots and performs minor maintenance on both stationary and mobile bulk material handling equipment that is used to receive, store, prepare and reclaim fuel to provide a consistent supply of fuel to avoid any disruption to power generation. The job requires the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform a range of varied, non-routine skilled craft activities as well as a working knowledge of standards, procedures, regulations and best work practices associated with bulk material handling systems and equipment. This position requires the knowledge, skills and abilities to energize and de-energize high voltage switchgear and transformers, remove main breakers from electrical cubicles as well a competency to operate and troubleshoot HMI PLC control terminals and variable frequency drives. Frequent contact with individuals from vendors, contractors, shipping agents and marine vessel crews are required for sharing of information and compiling pertinent information. Compilation of data and the distribution of data to various work groups are required. May be required to work a variety of extended hour shift schedules on a rotational basis, including nights, weekends and holidays.
EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Provides technical training related to operating and maintaining material handling equipment.
Operates, maintains and troubleshoots stationary and mobile bulk material handling equipment.
Operates, inspects, troubleshoots and repairs the stackout, reclaim and limestone preparation systems.
Operates rubber-tired front end loaders in the holds of marine vessels in conjunction with the continuous ship unloader to remove fuel from the vessel.
Operates electrical control equipment and disables and de-energizes equipment in compliance with established plant clearance tagging procedures.
Ensures that all clearance tags are properly affixed and all documentation is properly prepared to remove equipment from service and to return equipment to service upon completion of maintenance.
Establishes and maintains grade on berms in the Byproduct Storage Area.
Removes byproducts generated by the combustion process .
Performs all work associated with the Byproduct Storage Area to properly place byproducts generated from the plant combustion process in compliance with Department of Environmental Protection requirements.
Monitors and inspects equipment to verify proper operation and identify problems; performs minor repairs; and initiates other corrective action as needed.
Performs preventive maintenance tasks on material handling equipment.
Performs cleaning and housekeeping tasks, as required.
Uses standard office equipment and required software applications related to maintenance, operation and communication functions and enters data and statistics for operational and regulatory reports.
Performs other job-related work as assigned.
Job Requirements OPEN REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of four (4) years production and construction experience which must include a minimum of one (1) year experience in the checkout, operation, troubleshooting, minor maintenance and preventive maintenance of a wide variety of bulk material handling equipment, and in the pre-operational checkout and operation of various types of mobile heavy equipment, including rubber-tired front end loaders, track-type dozers, track-type excavators, rubber-tired backhoes, and other associated equipment.
To be considered for employment the applicant will
Pass the Physical Abilities Test that is representative of the physical demands of the job.
A valid driver ‘s license is required prior to employment and must be maintained during employment in this classification.
A valid Class “C” Commercial Driver fs License (CDL) with a Hazardous Material Endorsement may be required upon employment and if required, must be maintained during employment in this classification.
JEA is an equal opportunity and equal access employer that provides a safe, drug-free environment for its workers. Under F.S. 295, preference in appointment will be given to eligible veterans and eligible spouses. Veterans’ preference in perpetuity: A person eligible for veterans’ preference in appointment (defined by s. 295.07, FS) does not forfeit employment preference eligibility once that veteran or eligible spouse of the veteran has been employed by a state agency or any political subdivision of this state. Effective July 1, 2007, Florida law restores veterans’ preference in employment for all categories of protected individuals previously employed by a state agency or any political subdivision of this state.
How To Apply
To be considered for this job opportunity, External applicants must apply online at https://www.jea.com/Careers.aspx .
Current JEA/SJRPP employees must apply through Oracle using the JEA iRecruitment Employee Candidate link.
Note: For consideration, all applicants must provide documents (e.g. high school diploma, GED equivalent, college transcripts, training documents, copies of professional licenses, DD214, etc.) as stated in the job description. You may either attach the stated documents to your online application or send the stated documents via email to email@example.com .
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all stated documents are received and that all stated qualifications are clearly outlined within the submission. By proceeding with the submission of your application, you acknowledge that you understand that all stated documents and qualifications are submitted in accordance with the job specification requirements and by the job closing date.
To be considered for this position you must include all relevant work history, education and certification. Please start with your current/last job and list at least ten years of work history, if applicable.
Note: Internal Applicants must include their current position as part of their application.
All stated documents must have been received no later than 11:59 pm on Sunday, December 4, 2016 which is the closing date.