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Mechanical Turbine Technician
Duration: Typical outage work ranging from days to months.
Expenses: Per diem and travel expenses included.
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The primary responsibility of the Mechanic is to safely accomplish the installation, maintenance and repair of the heavy rotating machinery used mainly in power generation applications. Turbine Mechanics work closely with Supervisors, EHS personnel, and the Operations Department to achieve these goals. You may be assigned other duties to help proactively drive our vision and align with our organizations core values.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Read blueprints, schematic drawings, and technical documentation to determine proper work procedures.
Install machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, and other drawings in industrial establishments.
Dismantle and assemble machinery and equipment using a variety of hand, power, pneumatic and hydraulic tools.
Perform mechanical and electrical maintenance and repairs on power tools, hand tools and training equipment.
Move machinery and equipment using hoists, cranes, chain falls and trucks.
Align machinery and equipment using hoists, squares, rules, micrometers, plumb bobs, dial indicators and/or laser alignment equipment.
Perform machining and welding operations for making various parts for lab and shop training equipment
Perform material and machine inspections using precision measuring equipment such as micrometers, rules, calipers, protractors, and torque wrenches.
Responsible for shipping and receiving all major pieces for T&DC, plus all shipping, receiving, inventory, and control of tools, equipment, and supplies
Determine equipment specifications and prepare parts lists for purchasing, consisting of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic devices as needed to complete assigned projects.
Load, transport, and unload materials, tools, equipment, and supplies.
Availability to travel and be away from home for extended periods of time
Ability and willingness to work holidays, weekends and overtime as required by field assignments Field
Required Qualifications & Experience:
Degree or associate degree in Technical Field, Steam Turbine Systems Technician preferred
Must have experience maintaining, dismantling, and installing machinery and industrial service equipment including various pumps, motors, fans, generators, and turbines.
Must have experience performing equipment alignments using either laser or traditional methods.
Must have Drivers License
Must possess minimum required hand tools.
Qualified level. Able to successfully perform all requirements of the job properly.
Possess advanced skills and applies the fundamental concepts, practices and procedures of a particular field of specialization.
Has solid skills acquired with trainings and required to disassemble and reassemble complex rotating equipment Bolting, Hydraulic Bolting, Flange Management, Small Bore Piping, Basic Rigging/Lifting, O/H Crane Operator
Good mechanical/technical skills.
Good oral communication skills and critical thinking ability.
May be required to handle time-sensitive tasks and maintain a schedule within operationally challenging environments.
Must work well both independently and in a team environment.