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CVG is a leading North America workforce solutions provider to the Energy, Oil & Gas, Industrial and EPC industries.
Job Description: The Wind Turbine Trouble Shooting Technician will work with a team of well-trained professionals to maintain electrical and hydraulic components of wind turbines. This includes electrical troubleshooting on pumps, motors, hydraulics and basic cleaning and maintenance of the wind turbines. This requires attention to safety regulations for the industry and is important for overall safety on the job.
Per Diem: 100.00 x 7 Days
Schedule: 5 x 10
Duration: 6+ Months
Location: Amarillo, Texas
Responsibilities: Perform assembly, commissioning, testing, repair and maintenance on wind turbine generators and related equipment at wind farm Conduct and review safety analyses of potential electrical and mechanical hazards in the wind turbines, switch room, and the O&M building Support Root Cause Analyses to assist in determining equipment failure and the reasons for failures when they occur Complete required and accurate documentation associated with corrective and preventive maintenance of wind turbines and associated equipment Maintain records of documentation Troubleshoot, adjust, repair, and/or retrofit low to medium voltage electrical, mechanical or hydraulic components and equipment associated with wind turbines and the wind farm Perform preventative maintenance activities in a safe and efficient manner on wind turbines and associated equipment located on the wind farm Utilize appropriate safety gear, protective equipment, and control or dissipation of energy sources to ensure work is performed in safe manner Conduct safety analysis and review of hazards and energy sources prior to and while performing any work assignment on the wind farm Properly maintain tools and equipment used to perform assigned maintenance assignments Maintain required training certifications and qualifications as to enable personnel to safely perform work related tasks in a quality matter Other responsibilities as assigned Required Skills and Competencies: High school education or the equivalent A minimum of one year of experience as a Wind Turbine Technician working on Mitsubishi Wind Turbines Electrical trouble shooting and hydraulic experience Flexibility to work overtime and rotating shifts as required Previous experience working with hand tools and power tools Able to work independently in a fast paced team environment Ability to move and manipulate up to 50 pounds Ability to climb vertical ladders and work at heights of 300 feet Ability to be certified and work with both medium and high voltage equipment Preferred Requirements: College degree or Wind Energy Certification Previous electrical and/or mechanical experience as a Wind Turbine Technician Mitsubishi Turbine Technician Experience on Mitsubishi gearbox, schedule maintenance, greasing, cleaning, hydraulics, electrical troubleshooting Have a Valid driverís license and satisfactory driving record Able to Pass a 10 Panel Drug Screen OSHA 10 COVID self-evaluation morning, mask indoors, 6-foot separation.
CVG is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) of Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required Employment Eligibility Verification form (Form I-9) upon hire. CVG participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares information from an employee's Form I-9 to data from U.S Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to confirm employment eligibility.