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NAES Staffing Services is assisting their client with recruiting for a Consolidated Ops Manager to work in Rochester, NY. This is a direct hire opportunity with the client, working full-time onsite. Compensation for this position is $120 - $130K DOE including 10% bonus potential. Relocation assistance is available for the selected candidate. Please read the below description and apply today if you meet the qualifications.
Summary: The Ops Manager is responsible for all operational aspects of client's Steam, Electric and Refrigeration generation and distribution systems (collectively, “the Plant”). Clients number one goal is reliability, closely followed by plant efficiency. The Ops Manager technical skills and communication ability with customers, management and operators is critically important in achieving these goals. The Ops Manager plans, organizes, and directs all the activities of the consolidated operations team which requires a close working relationship with maintenance staff and EHS staff. The
Ops Manager prepares annual budget forecasts, enforces spending discipline and provides strategic guidance for capital improvement projects. The Ops Manager must establish and maintain strong relationships with our customers to understand their utility service needs, the impact of their loads on operations and to facilitate effective communications when systems safety and reliability is at issue.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
► Delivers (#1) highly reliable energy services, (#2) cost effectively to customers and the business.
► Develops and implements the Plant’s KPIs, policies and procedures.
► Strong knowledge of all State and Federal rules and regulations governing Plant
operations to include but not limited Title V Air Permit and Department of Health compliance regulations.
► Manage all Consolidated Ops personnel including training, scheduling, assigning, and reviewing work, conducting performance evaluations and taking disciplinary personnel actions if necessary.
► Maintains a disciplined work environment necessary for safe and reliable operation of the department.
► Prepares the Plant budget; assists in budget implementation; participates in the forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; administers approved budget.
► Works closely with EHS Department to ensure the highest levels of health, safety and regulatory compliance. Ensures that all site safety requirements and procedures are properly implemented, consistently observed and corrective actions are initiated when applicable.
► Conducts root cause analysis studies and reports as internal teaching/lessons learned tools and to share with customers and owners.
► Develops, implements, and manages consistent plant operating philosophies and best practices to maximize plant reliability, efficiency and profitability.
► Establishes training needs and requirements of the Operations staff then coordinates with training supervisor to budget, schedule and execute said training.
► Prioritizes the institutionalization of Consolidate Operations Team knowledge by ensuring timely updates to operating instructions, drawings and through documentation of training tools.
► Prioritizes proficient use of Maximo as RED’s asset management software and enforces a discipline on the operations staff to do the same.
► Prioritizes continuous process improvement by constantly evaluating and improving Plant policies, procedures and standards.
► Maintains a consistent and effective level of communications with all plant Operational staff, management and customers.
► Supports recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of Operations staff
Education and/or Experience:
► Preferred: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in engineering
► Required: High School Diploma. Additional consideration given to technical degrees and experience
► Preferred: 15 + years of increasing levels of responsibility in boiler, gas turbine based cogen, steam turbine,
water and refrigeration operations
► Preferred: 15 + years of increasing levels of responsibility managing and training people with demonstrated
success in building strong cohesive teams focused on operational excellence.
► NYS Stationary Engineer (1st, 2nd and/or 3rd Class, Chief)
► NYS DOH 1A or 2A license
► USEPA Refrigeration Handling Universal License
► NYS Refrigeration License (2nd, 3rd and/or 4th Class, Chief)
► Proficient with the Microsoft suite of office products
► Working knowledge of OSHA safety standards
► Ability to read, analyze, and interpret plans, specifications, contract documents, control drawings, service bulletins, technical manuals, equipment specifications, and governmental regulation