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Regional Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-3262757309
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 1:16:24 PM
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Salary: $23 - $27

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Regional Service Technician position.


Position Details: Regional Service Technician - Blowmolding
Locations: Wisconsin – Must live within 1 hour of major airport
Secondary opening in either California or Iowa
Shift Work: Primarily day shift. Some weekend work required. Typically 55+ hours per week
Salary: $23-$27/hr plus OT and per diem
Travel: High flexibility and 100% travel; domestic and international are required. Passport required.
Your typical travel will be leave on Monday and return the following Friday. 12 out, 2 home.
Benefits: Includes a generous health/dental/vision package and 401(k) program in addition to other benefits.

Position Description:
Responsible for performing timely and accurate service in customer's plants, such as installation, repair or troubleshooting to bottling and packaging equipment. Instructing maintenance and operating personnel in the proper operating and maintenance procedures, as well as, safety and clean-up procedures for equipment.

Requirements:
• Requires a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in electromechanical machine maintenance
• Solid mechanical/pneumatic knowledge
• Understanding of fluid controls and electrical/ programming aptitude a plus
• Must be able to read blueprints and be familiar with the metric system
• Computer skills are required
• Must be able to perform work assignments that are of a technical nature, requiring the use of judgement and independent thinking
• Must be adaptive to work well independently and in a team environment



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Regional Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-5499548377
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 1:01:15 PM
Location: Birmingham, AL
Salary: $23 - $27

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Regional Service Technician position.

Position Details: Regional Service Technician - Filling
Locations: Alabama – Must live within 1 hour of major airport
Secondary opening in any of: AR, AZ, AK, CA, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, KS or IN
Shift Work: Primarily day shift. Some weekend work required. Typically 55+ hours per week
Salary: $23-$27/hr plus OT and per diem
Travel: High flexibility and 100% travel; domestic and international are required. Passport required
Your typical travel will be leave on Monday and return the following Friday. 12 out, 2 home.
Benefits: Includes a generous health/dental/vision package and 401(k) program in addition to other benefits.

Position Description:
Responsible for performing timely and accurate service in customer's plants, such as installation, repair or troubleshooting to bottling and packaging equipment. To include but not be limited to bottle & can fillers, rinsers, cappers, crowners, seamers, cap feed systems, and process equipment. Instructing maintenance and operating personnel in the proper operating and maintenance procedures, as well as, safety and clean-up procedures for equipment. Creating accurate reports in a timely manner for reporting, documenting and project closeout.

Requirements:
• Requires a minimum of 2-3 year's experience in electromechanical machine maintenance
• Solid mechanical/pneumatic knowledge
• Understanding of fluid controls and electrical/ programming aptitude a plus
• Must be able to read blueprints and be familiar with the metric system
• Computer skills are required
• Must be able to perform work assignments that are of a technical nature, requiring the use of judgement and independent thinking
• Must be adaptive to work well independently and in a team environment.







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Combustion Turbine Technician
Position ID: # EB-2147481849
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 1:00:09 PM
Location: Forsyth, GA

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for Combustion Turbine Technician positions with a medium-sized electric utility in Georgia. Formed in 1974, the company is a not-for-profit cooperative owned by the 38 electric membership corporations that it serves.

Position Description
As a Combustion Turbine Technician, you will be responsible for the performance, operations, and maintenance of simple-cycle combustion turbine technologies and generating assets in a manner which optimizes reliability, availability and O&M costs while maintaining the highest standards in safety, environmental, and NERC electrical reliability. You must understand and apply concepts to operate the equipment and perform plant systems analysis to take actions for identifying, resolving, and/or avoiding failure modes. In addition, you will perform operator rounds, troubleshooting, preventive, corrective, and predictive maintenance on plant systems/equipment to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, as well as enhance equipment longevity. You will be responsible for continuous improvement and providing reliable and efficient electric power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, environmental, mandatory electric reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT, and all applicable governmental regulations. Responsibilities will include:
• Responsible for daily plant operations and maintenance to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, complying with corporate policies and procedures, and all governmental regulations. Must strive to achieve dispatch orders and keep GSOC informed of all changes in plant capability. Daily activities include start-up and shutdown of the plant equipment, operator rounds, oversee plant physical security, clearances, receiving materials/inventory, maintaining 3-part communications with GSOC, shift log communications, and issuing applicable Operational Advisory and Event Reports. Documenting and communicating operational or maintenance conditions and activities to allow the efficient and orderly transfer of information to others.
• Responsible for assigned work orders and systems ownership. Compliance with the Conduct of Maintenance Program engaging in the 4-week and outage planning and preparations, including reviewing, updating, or developing Job Plans, ordering parts, and updating inventory requirements. Take appropriate corrective actions to address abnormal conditions, engage supervisor and other resources, and utilize MAXIMO work order/management processes. Complete required reporting, documentation, change management control, and VAULT drawing updates.
• Maintain individual safe work practices while performing duties, including completing required training, understanding, and following the OPC Safety Manual/Procedures. Perform the function of Clearance Authority for establishing and maintaining safe isolation of equipment/device for the protection of all personnel performing work within established boundaries. In addition, participate in monthly safety meetings and complete all required training to ensure personal compliance, safe work practices, operational excellence, and technical knowledge.
• Responsible for administration of contracts as assigned and coordination of contract support services as required. This project/contract management may include capital project scoping document preparation, budget management, contractor oversight, status reports, and administrative duties as required.
• Compliance Reporting, responsible for the preparation of required documentation and reports to the Corporation's local, division, and senior management, owners, regulatory authorities, and other agencies to assure compliance with regulations and the terms of the Management Services Agreement.

Position Details
Locations: Monroe, GA; Forsyth, GA
Salary: $33-$40/hr
Travel: Travel is required for the role between 6-8 weeks out of the year (15%.)
Shift: Typical is 7am until 5pm and 10am until shutdown with around the clock and early am as needed. They can run rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability. Full benefits package available upon request. Additionally, the company offers a full relocation package (door to door). 401(k): $0.75 company match on each dollar an employee defers in a pay period up to 6%. Additionally, after 1 year of service, the company contributes 11% of eligible salary on a per-pay-period basis to the plan. Associates are vested in plan in 20% increments annually, with 100% vesting after the completion of five years of service. This is in the top tier of retirement plans I have ever seen. There is not much better out there than this.

Position Requirements
• Military Experience in Power Plants or Associate’s degree in engineering or related physical science, or equivalent preferred.
• 8- 10 years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel. OR Minimum of eight years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel. In addition, a highly developed analytical and technical problem-solving background.
• Strong ability to work in a team environment.
• Motivated, highly driven with initiative self-paced learning with the ability to progress into independent decision-making capabilities in stressful situations with minimum supervision.
• Ability to extract, comprehend, and develop instructions from technical manuals, journals, and drawings, technical literature, and other job-related material.
• Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language and strong computer skills; beneficial if familiar with applications such as Outlook Email, MSOffice Suite, IBM-Maximo, and Vault.
• Ability to learn to effectively use control systems (such as Siemen T3000, GE Mark V/VI, Allen Bradley PLCs, etc.).
• Ability to learn and to assist in performing troubleshooting electrical, instrument, and mechanical systems for malfunctions, complete preventative maintenance, and predictive maintenance technologies with progression to perform tasks with minimal guidance or supervision.
• Ability to learn to work on and around high-voltage electrical equipment.
• Ability to support providing technical direction and oversight of contractors brought in to perform equipment repairs or projects.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and perform at a self-directed work level when not being directed by the Combustion Turbine Technician or Supervision.
• Valid driver’s license which meets the insurance eligibility requirements under the company’s qualification program.

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Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician
Position ID: # EB-1521826088
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 12:46:21 PM
Location: Monroe, GA

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician positions with a medium-sized electric utility in Georgia. Formed in 1974, the company is a not-for-profit cooperative owned by the 38 electric membership corporations that it serves.

Position Description
As an Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician, you will be responsible for the performance, operations, and maintenance of simple-cycle combustion turbine technologies and generating assets in a manner which optimizes reliability, availability, and O&M costs while maintaining the highest standards in safety, environmental, and NERC electrical reliability. You must understand and apply concepts to operate the equipment and perform plant systems analysis to take actions for identifying, resolving, and/or avoiding failure modes. In addition, you will perform operator rounds, troubleshooting, preventive, corrective, and predictive maintenance on plant systems/equipment to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, as well as enhance equipment longevity. You will be responsible for continuous improvement and providing reliable and efficient electric power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, environmental, mandatory electric reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT, and all applicable governmental regulations. Responsibilities will include:
• Responsible for daily plant operations and maintenance to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, complying with corporate policies and procedures, and all governmental regulations. Must strive to achieve dispatch orders and keep GSOC informed of all changes in plant capability. Daily activities include start-up and shutdown of the plant equipment, operator rounds, oversee plant physical security, clearances, receiving materials/inventory, maintaining 3-part communications with GSOC, shift log communications, and issuing applicable Operational Advisory and Event Reports. Documenting and communicating operational or maintenance conditions and activities to allow the efficient and orderly transfer of information to others.
• Responsible for assigned work orders and systems ownership. Compliance with the Conduct of Maintenance Program engaging in the 4-week and outage planning and preparations, including reviewing, updating, or developing Job Plans, ordering parts, and updating inventory requirements. Take appropriate corrective actions to address abnormal conditions, engage supervisor and other resources, and utilize MAXIMO work order/management processes. Complete required reporting, documentation, change management control, and VAULT drawing updates.
• Maintain individual safe work practices while performing duties, including completing required training, understanding and following the OPC Safety Manual/Procedures. Perform the function of Clearance Authority for establishing and maintaining safe isolation of equipment/device for the protection of all personnel performing work within established boundaries. In addition, participate in monthly safety meetings and complete all required training to ensure personal compliance, safe work practices, operational excellence, and technical knowledge.
• Responsible for administration of contracts as assigned and coordination of contract support services as required. This project/contract management may include capital project scoping document preparation, budget management, contractor oversight, status reports, and administrative duties as required.
• Compliance Reporting, responsible for the preparation of required documentation and reports to the Corporation's local, division and senior management, owners, regulatory authorities and other agencies to assure compliance with regulations and the terms of the Management Services Agreement.

Position Details
Locations: Monroe, GA
Salary: $25-$32/hr
Travel: Travel is required for the role between 6-8 weeks out of the year (15%.)
Shift: Plant has rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings typically 4 10’s early shift (7-5) or late shift (10 – shutdown) rotating between early and late. Off peak schedule is 4 10’s weekdays only.
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, Life Insurance, Short and Long-Term Disability. Full benefits package available upon request. Additionally, the company offers a full relocation package (door to door). 401(k): $0.75 company match on each dollar an employee defers in a pay period up to 6%. Additionally, after 1 year of service, the company contributes 11% of eligible salary on a per-pay-period basis to the plan. Associates are vested in plan in 20% increments annually, with 100% vesting after the completion of five years of service. This is in the top tier of retirement plans I have ever seen. There is not much better out there than this.

Position Requirements
• Military Training and Experience running Power Plants, Navy Gas Turbine, Steam, or Nuke plants, or an Associate’s degree in engineering or related physical science, or equivalent preferred.
• Equivalent Experience: (4) years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel.
• Strong ability to work in a team environment.
• Motivated, highly driven with initiative self-paced learning with the ability to progress into independent decision-making capabilities in stressful situations with minimum supervision.
• Ability to extract, comprehend, and develop instructions from technical manuals, journals, and drawings, technical literature, and other job-related material.
• Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language and strong computer skills; applications such as Outlook Email, MSOffice Suite, IBM-Maximo, and Vault.
• Ability to learn to effectively use control systems (such as Siemen T3000, GE Mark V/VI, Allen Bradley PLCs, etc.).
• Ability to learn and to assist in performing troubleshooting electrical, instrument, and mechanical systems for malfunctions, complete preventative maintenance, and predictive maintenance technologies with progression to perform tasks with minimal guidance or supervision.
• Ability to learn to work on and around high-voltage electrical equipment.
• Ability to support providing technical direction and oversight of contractors brought in to perform equipment repairs or projects.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and perform at a self-directed work level when not being directed by the Combustion Turbine Technician or Supervision.
• Valid driver’s license which meets the insurance eligibility requirements under the company’s qualification program.

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Sales Representative
Position ID: # EB-2309961840
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 11:30:50 AM
Location: Nashville, TN
Salary: $26,000 - $52,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Sales Representative position.

Position Details:
Location: Nashville, TN area
Salary: $25/hr plus commission (when eligible)
Schedule: Role would initially be scoped for 20 hours/week but would expect to increase in scope once COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift

Position Description: Sales Representative
• Serves customers by selling staffing services to dental offices in the greater Nashville area
• Services existing accounts, obtains orders, and establishes new accounts by planning and organizing daily work schedule to call on existing or potential sales outlets and other trade factors.
• Adjusts content of sales presentations by studying the type of sales outlet or trade factor.
• Focuses sales efforts by studying existing and potential volume of dealers.
• Submits orders by referring to price lists and product literature.
• Keeps management informed by submitting activity and results reports, such as daily call reports, weekly work plans, and monthly and annual territory analyses.
• Monitors competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing, products, new products, delivery schedules, and merchandising techniques.
• Recommends changes in products, service, and policy by evaluating results and competitive developments.
• Resolves customer complaints by investigating problems, developing solutions, preparing reports, and making recommendations to management.
• Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.
• Provides historical records by maintaining records on area and customer sales.
• Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Requirements:
• Previous experience in sales, customer service, or related field
• Familiarity with CRM platforms
• Strong leadership qualities
• Ability to build rapport with clients
• Experience with medical staffing a plus, but not required






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Electrician - Instrument Technician
Position ID: # EB-2029711960
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 10:00:45 AM
Location: Suffolk, VA
Salary: $60,000 - $62,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an Electrician - Instrument Technician position.

Electrician/Instrument Technician
Location: Suffolk, VA
Salary: Starting pay is $29.65 + OT. Raise after 6 to 9 months once training is complete. W-2 1st year should be 80K+
Schedule: Night shift - 7pm to 7am – 2 on 2 off, 3 on 3 off
The Electrician/Instrument Technician is responsible to maintain operational performance of equipment within the scope of the central maintenance department. This includes, but is not limited to, equipment directly maintained by the central maintenance department (palletizers, blending process, etc.) and electrical/automation equipment plant wide (electrical distribution systems, PLC & servo-controlled equipment, motor & drive systems, etc.). E&I Tech’s must be capable of functioning in roles consisting of troubleshooting & repair, preventive maintenance, leading continuous improvement, and managing small projects. Understand and adhere to WCM principles that guide site operational and maintenance practices.
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Responsibilities:
• Comply with all company and plant rules as outlined in the company handbook.
• Participate in plant safety initiatives.
• Responsible for safety, product quality and productivity in assigned scope of responsibility.
• Perform all assigned preventative maintenance tasks, including activities as assigned during plant shutdowns.
• Develop preventative maintenance procedures as required.
• Make repairs on equipment breakdowns as required.
• Assist in the execution of changeovers in assigned scope of responsibility.
• Initiate, document, and complete all work in the plant’s CMMS (SAP) system.
• Support the continuous improvement process (e.g., serve on improvement teams as nominated).
• Assist in the training of fellow co-workers as required (within the department and operators, maintenance personnel, or others plant wide).
• Replaces machine parts working to tolerances of ±0.002 inches.
• Must be skilled with common hand tools and have a general understanding of measuring tools and systems (English and Metric).
• Develop working operational knowledge of equipment in assigned scope of responsibility (not simply functional knowledge related to maintenance).
• Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
• Self-motivated and capable of working in a group environment.
Requirements:
• Electrical Journeyman’s Card (or higher) or demonstrable competence for electrical work
• Perform all job functions in compliance with the plant’s safety & quality assurance programs.
• Ability to read, understand, and use electrical blueprints, diagrams, and schematics.
• Skill and experience within automation systems (PLC’s, Motion Control (servos), Motor Drive Systems, Process Instrumentation, etc.).
• Perform all work in compliance with plant lockout/tag-out procedures.
• Report unsafe conditions and correct if possible.
• Knowledge and proper use of all equipment necessary to performing the assigned job.
• Familiarity with hand tools and precision measurement gauges.
• Must be able to learn independently (e.g., must be able to read, understand, and apply technical manuals).
• Completion of initial E&I Tech screening and assessments.
• Bending, stooping, reaching, and the ability to lift 50 lbs.
• Ability to work at heights.
• Ability to work in tight/small spaces.






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Combustion Turbine Technician and Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician
Position ID: # EB-7694054169
Date Posted: 7/22/2020 9:29:25 AM
Location: Monroe, GA
Salary: $25 - $40

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Combustion Turbine Technician and an Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician positions.

Position Details: CTT
Locations: Monroe, GA and Forsyth, GA
Travel: Travel is required for the role between 6-8 weeks out of the year (15%.)
Shift: Forsyth, GA plant - Typical is 7am until 5PM and 10 am until shutdown with around the clock and early am as needed. The can run rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings
Monroe, GA plant also rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings. Monroe typically runs 4 10’s; early shift (7-5) or late shift (10 – shutdown) rotating between early and late. Off peak schedule is 4 10’s week days only.

Salary: $33-40HR
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, Life Insurance, Short and Long-Term Disability. Full benefits package available upon request. Additionally, our client offers a full relocation package (door to door). 401(k): $0.75 company match on each dollar an employee defers in a pay period up to 6%. Additionally, after 1 year of service, the company contributes 11% of eligible salary on a per-pay-period basis to the plan. Associates are vested in plan in 20% increments annually, with 100% vesting after the completion of five years of service. This is in the top tier of retirement plans I have ever seen. There is not much better out there than this.

Position Description:
Responsible for the performance, operations and maintenance of simple-cycle combustion turbine technologies and generating assets in a manner which optimizes reliability, availability and O&M costs while maintaining the highest standards in safety, environmental, and NERC electrical reliability. Technician must understand and apply concepts to operate the equipment and perform plant systems analysis to take actions for identifying, resolving and/or avoiding failure modes. In addition, the individual performs operator rounds, troubleshooting, preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance on plant systems/equipment to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, as well as enhance equipment longevity. The incumbent is responsible for continuous improvement and providing reliable and efficient electric power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, environmental, mandatory electric reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT and all applicable governmental regulations.

Responsibilities:
• Responsible for daily plant operations and maintenance to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, complying with corporate policies and procedures, and all governmental regulations. Must strive to achieve dispatch orders and keep GSOC informed of all changes in plant capability. Daily activities include start-up and shutdown of the plant equipment, operator rounds, oversee plant physical security, clearances, receiving materials/inventory, maintaining 3-part communications with GSOC, shift log communications, and issuing applicable Operational Advisory and Event Reports. Documenting and communicating operational or maintenance conditions and activities to allow the efficient and orderly transfer of information to others.
• Responsible for assigned work orders and systems ownership. Compliance with the Conduct of Maintenance Program engaging in the 4-week and outage planning and preparations, including reviewing, updating or developing Job Plans, ordering parts and updating inventory requirements. Take appropriate corrective actions to address abnormal conditions, engage supervisor and other resources, and utilize MAXIMO work order/management processes. Complete required reporting, documentation, change management control and VAULT drawing updates.
• Maintain individual safe work practices while performing duties, including completing required training, understanding and following the OPC Safety Manual/Procedures. Perform the function of Clearance Authority for establishing and maintaining safe isolation of equipment/device for the protection of all personnel performing work within established boundaries. In addition, participate in monthly safety meetings and complete all required training to ensure personal compliance, safe work practices, operational excellence, and technical knowledge.
• Responsible for administration of contracts as assigned and coordination of contract support services as required. This project/contract management may include capital project scoping document preparation, budget management, contractor oversight, status reports, and administrative duties as required.
• Compliance Reporting, responsible for the preparation of required documentation and reports to the Corporation's local, division and senior management, owners, regulatory authorities and other agencies to assure compliance with regulations and the terms of the Management Services Agreement.
Requirements:
Education: Military Experience in Power Plants or Associate’s degree in engineering, engineering or related physical science, or equivalent preferred.
Experience:
• Combustion Turbine Technician: 8- 10 years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel.
Equivalent Experience:
• Combustion Turbine Technician : Minimum of eight years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel. In addition, a highly developed analytical and technical problem solving background.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• A strong ability to work in a team environment.
• Motivated, highly driven with initiative self-paced learning with the ability to progress into independent decision-making capabilities in stressful situations with minimum supervision.
• The ability to extract, comprehend and develop instructions from technical manuals, journals, and drawings, technical literature and other job related material.
• The ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language and strong computer skills; beneficial if familiar with applications such as Outlook Email, MSOffice Suite, IBM-Maximo and Vault.
• The ability to learn effectively use of control systems (such as Siemen T3000, GE Mark V/VI, Allen Bradley PLCs, etc…)
• The ability to learn and to assist in performing troubleshooting electrical, instrument and mechanical systems for malfunctions, complete preventative maintenance and predictive maintenance technologies with progression to perform tasks with minimal guidance or supervision.
• The ability to learn to work on and around high-voltage electrical equipment.
• The ability to support providing technical direction and oversight of contractors brought in to perform equipment repairs or projects.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and perform at a self-directed work level when not being directed by the Combustion Turbine Technician or Supervision.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations:
• Valid driver’s license which meets the insurance eligibility requirements under our client’s qualification program.


Position Details: Assistant CTT
Locations: Monroe, GA and Forsyth, GA
Travel: Travel is required for the role between 6-8 weeks out of the year (15%.)
Shift: Forsyth, GA plant Typically runs a 7am until 5PM and 10am until shutdown with around the clock and early am as needed. They run rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings.

Monroe, GA plant has rotating shifts as needed, including weekends, holidays and evenings typically 4 10’s early shift (7-5) or late shift (10 – shutdown) rotating between early and late. Off peak schedule is 4 10’s week days only.

Salary: $25-32HR
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, Life Insurance, Short and Long-Term Disability. Full benefits package available upon request. Additionally, our client offers a full relocation package (door to door). 401(k): $0.75 company match on each dollar an employee defers in a pay period up to 6%. Additionally, after 1 year of service, the company contributes 11% of eligible salary on a per-pay-period basis to the plan. Associates are vested in plan in 20% increments annually, with 100% vesting after the completion of five years of service. This is in the top tier of retirement plans I have ever seen. There is not much better out there than this.

Position Description:
Responsible for the performance, operations and maintenance of simple-cycle combustion turbine technologies and generating assets in a manner which optimizes reliability, availability and O&M costs while maintaining the highest standards in safety, environmental, and NERC electrical reliability. Technician must understand and apply concepts to operate the equipment and perform plant systems analysis to take actions for identifying, resolving and/or avoiding failure modes. In addition, the individual performs operator rounds, troubleshooting, preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance on plant systems/equipment to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, as well as enhance equipment longevity. The incumbent is responsible for continuous improvement and providing reliable and efficient electric power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, environmental, mandatory electric reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT and all applicable governmental regulations.

Responsibilities:
• Responsible for daily plant operations and maintenance to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations, complying with corporate policies and procedures, and all governmental regulations. Must strive to achieve dispatch orders and keep GSOC informed of all changes in plant capability. Daily activities include start-up and shutdown of the plant equipment, operator rounds, oversee plant physical security, clearances, receiving materials/inventory, maintaining 3-part communications with GSOC, shift log communications, and issuing applicable Operational Advisory and Event Reports. Documenting and communicating operational or maintenance conditions and activities to allow the efficient and orderly transfer of information to others.
• Responsible for assigned work orders and systems ownership. Compliance with the Conduct of Maintenance Program engaging in the 4-week and outage planning and preparations, including reviewing, updating or developing Job Plans, ordering parts and updating inventory requirements. Take appropriate corrective actions to address abnormal conditions, engage supervisor and other resources, and utilize MAXIMO work order/management processes. Complete required reporting, documentation, change management control and VAULT drawing updates.
• Maintain individual safe work practices while performing duties, including completing required training, understanding and following the OPC Safety Manual/Procedures. Perform the function of Clearance Authority for establishing and maintaining safe isolation of equipment/device for the protection of all personnel performing work within established boundaries. In addition, participate in monthly safety meetings and complete all required training to ensure personal compliance, safe work practices, operational excellence, and technical knowledge.
• Responsible for administration of contracts as assigned and coordination of contract support services as required. This project/contract management may include capital project scoping document preparation, budget management, contractor oversight, status reports, and administrative duties as required.
• Compliance Reporting, responsible for the preparation of required documentation and reports to the Corporation's local, division and senior management, owners, regulatory authorities and other agencies to assure compliance with regulations and the terms of the Management Services Agreement.
Requirements:
Education: Mililtary Training and Experience running Power Plants, Navy Gast Turbine, Steam or Nuke plants, or an Associate’s degree in engineering, engineering or related physical science, or equivalent preferred.
1. Equivalent Experience:
2. Assistant Combustion Turbine Technician Four (4) years' experience in operation or maintenance of an operating commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or combustion turbine driven naval vessel.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• A strong ability to work in a team environment.
• Motivated, highly driven with initiative self-paced learning with the ability to progress into independent decision-making capabilities in stressful situations with minimum supervision.
• The ability to extract, comprehend and develop instructions from technical manuals, journals, and drawings, technical literature and other job related material.
• The ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language and strong computer skills; applications such as Outlook Email, MSOffice Suite, IBM-Maximo and Vault.
• The ability to learn effectively use of control systems (such as Siemen T3000, GE Mark V/VI, Allen Bradley PLCs, etc…)
• The ability to learn and to assist in performing troubleshooting electrical, instrument and mechanical systems for malfunctions, complete preventative maintenance and predictive maintenance technologies with progression to perform tasks with minimal guidance or supervision.
• The ability to learn to work on and around high-voltage electrical equipment.
• The ability to support providing technical direction and oversight of contractors brought in to perform equipment repairs or projects.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and perform at a self-directed work level when not being directed by the Combustion Turbine Technician or Supervision.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations:
• Valid driver’s license which meets the insurance eligibility requirements under our client’s qualification program.




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Date Posted: 7/22/2020 7:36:11 AM
Location: Denver, CO
Salary: $65,000 - $80,000
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Position ID: # EB-7139392193
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Location: Jackson, TN
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Field Service Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1450404586
Date Posted: 7/21/2020 11:05:50 AM
Location: Richmond, VA
Salary: $60,000 - $65,000

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Field Service Engineer position.

Position: Test Department Engineer/Technician
Location: Richmond, VA Salary: $28/hr, plus overtime
PS&C is looking to hire Test Engineers/Technicians immediately for long term employment. We are looking for someone with a diverse technical understanding, and the hands on Electrical skills, that will allow them to recognize system application and validate the performance requirement goals of our product lines. The candidate must be self-motivated, company oriented and able to apply known technology to a variety of applications. Eager to absorb more knowledge with every new experience.
An experienced Test Engineer/Technician will work independently at the PS&C Richmond VA facility, supported by the PS&C Field Service Division Technicians.
Position Requirements:
• Detail oriented in communication and documentation
• Electrical/electronic and control systems experienced.
• Experienced in 3 phase power
Valued Attributes:
• Electronics and circuit board troubleshooting
• Electrical three phase power
• Motors and electric generator experience
• Variable frequency Drives (VFD)
• Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
• Relay logic
• Reading and troubleshooting from electrical schematics
• RF shielding test and repair
Position: Field Service Engineer/Technician
Location: Richmond, VA Salary: $35/hr plus overtime. Making $100k is certainly possible for the right candidate
Travel: up to 60%
PS&C is looking to hire Field Service Engineers/Technicians immediately for long term employment. We are looking for someone with a diverse technical understanding and the hands on skills that will allow them to recognize and solve application and operational issues in a real world, real time setting. Self-motivated, company oriented and a desire to see the world. Someone who can apply known technology to a variety of applications and eager to absorb more knowledge with every new experience.
An experienced Engineer/Technician will work independently in the field, or depending on the size of the project, as a critical component of a select team.
Position Requirements:
• Detail oriented in communication and documentation
• Electrical/electronic or control systems experienced.
• Available to travel internationally for short duration trips throughout the year
Valued Attributes:
• USG Government Cleared (S or TS)
• Engineering/Electronics degree
• Licensed Electrician
• PLC programing
• Electronics and circuit board troubleshooting
• Electrical three phase power
• Motors and electric generator experience
• Variable frequency Drives (VFD)
• Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
• Relay logic
• Reading and troubleshooting from electrical schematics
• RF shielding test and repair
Benefits: PS&C offers the opportunity to make your own destiny. To build new (or improve) the skills, strengths and diversity within yourself, as well as, improving our product lines. As a team member they recognize that everyone is essential to success. No one is given a number and a place to sit on the bench.
• Expert skills are recognized, promoted and rewarded
• Up to 29 Paid days off per year
o Holidays (10 days typical)
o Vacation (10 days)
o Emergency Paid Time Off (4 days)
o Extended Christmas/New year Holiday (5 days)
o Add an EXTRA WEEK’S VACATION PER YEAR for every 10 years of continuous employment!
• ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership) Employee owned Company!
o 401K match ½% for each 1% up to a 3% max match
o Typical additional “push” to employees ESOP based on company profit.
• Medical, Prescription and Dental insurance
o Free High deductible plan, or a Premium Plan with payroll deductions and lower deductible.
• Clothing/work boot allowances
• Profit and performance BONUS
o Based on the overall company profit and the employee’s individual performance.
• Holiday BONUS
o A $2000.00 check for the Holidays!
• Working Holiday pay 2.5 x base rate!






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