Duke Energy Corporation
Description The Supt Maintenance is responsible for the planning, scheduling, and facilitation of work. The Supt Maintenance is responsible for ensuring allocation of internal resources and acquisition of and management of additional resources to effectively resource load work plans. The Supt Maintenance will lead the outage management process and is the point of contact with Generation Maintenance Services for outage support. The Supt Maintenance is responsible for leading the implementation, assessment and continuous improvement of the Operating Model. The Supt Maintenance shares responsibility with the Supt Operations for ensuring identification and removal of barriers to efficient work completion. As a member of the station management team the Supt Maintenance provides leadership and accountability for station safety and environmental compliance. Responsibilities: Ensures effective work management including planning, scheduling and execution of operations and maintenance activities within a station or region. Ensures that all work at the station follows the operating model processes. Develop and maintain positive working relationships between departments and internal customers Counsels, trains, evaluates, develops, guides and assists assigned personnel relative to job performance and duties Provide leadership and direction in continuous improvement initiatives related to the development and implementation of best practices, work process improvement, enhancement of maintenance procedures and outage maintenance processes. Responsible for overall outage management Acts as a liaison with business, charitable and political leaders, foundations, organizations and other external stakeholders of the station and corporation. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with external suppliers and alliance partners. Meet station environmental, health and safety objectives. Working Conditions: Performs work in an office environment; required to observe work in all areas of generating facilities which are power plant, industrial environments operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, which includes exposure to heat, cold, noise, dust and humidity. May be required to climb ladders and stairs at various heights; enter vessels or equipment with limited access; walk, stoop, bend or squat. Specific Requirements: Must be able to read, comprehend, inspect, calculate, count, retain and make sound decisions. Regularly required to sit, talk, hear, use and reach with hands, arms and fingers. There is potential exposure to high stress situations and requirement to be available for emergency response as required by the needs of service. Qualifications Basic\/Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Science Degree from an accredited university or college and 5 years power plant or industrial experience; or 13 years of related work experience in lieu of a degree Desired Qualifications: Demonstrated ability and previous experience in understanding, interpreting, communicating and analyzing financial data. Working knowledge of the overall operating fundamentals, principles and maintenance of Flue-Gas Desulphurization (FGD) systems. Experience and demonstrated written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present information, facilitate meetings and provide direction to others. Experience and demonstrated computer skills including the ability to use various applications such as Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), work management system (eMax), Plant Information (PI) programs. Working knowledge of the overall operating fundamentals and principles of generating station systems, equipment and processes.
Duke Energy Corporation
Website : http://www.duke-energy.com
Duke Energy makes life better for millions of people every day by providing electric and gas services in a sustainable way – affordable, reliable and clean. We are the largest electric power holding company in the United States, supplying and delivering energy to approximately 7.2 million U.S. customers. We have approximately 57,700 megawatts of electric generating capacity in the Carolinas, the Midwest and Florida – and natural gas distribution services in Ohio and Kentucky. Our commercial and international businesses own and operate diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a portfolio of renewable energy assets.