Lamar, CO 81052, USA
Job Description The Site Representative position will be responsible for managing the company contract with its customer at a wind farm. The main functions of this role are; receiving, tracking, processing of claims as part of the warranty claim process, assuring parts replenishment are fulfilled in a timely manner, act on behalf of Gamesa for any contractual obligations, lead the execution of any warranty or sales work as required, monitor SCADA data for trends which could result in additional warranty claims, Quality audits and inspections of preventative or corrective maintenance activities. Position will require the climbing of wind Turbine towers up to 300 ft high Responsible for receiving, processing, and tracking of all parts warranty claims, as part of the WMA. Collaborate with other departments to assure accurate and efficient resolution to any warranty claims. Responsible for managing the parts replenishment, as part of the warranty claims process. Monitor SCADA data, to the extent of protecting Gamesa's rights under the claims process. Coordinate and lead any corrective work, as part of the warranty or Sales activities. Act as the on-site Gamesa representative, for any matters pertaining to operation of a wind farm (Safety/Quality/Environmental). Travel as needed, up to 30%. Ability to perform Warehouse Function duties. Ability to work independently and collectively with groups. Ability to display results or analysis in concise, meaningful presentation formats. Ability to analyze problems and develop action plans for addressing the same in an efficient and cost effective manner. Ability to effectively communicate with employees, co-workers and clients. Ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast paced environment. Ability to produce reports and documentation that can support wind farm tasks Electrical and/or mechanical background and experience preferred Company Description With 22 years' experience and more than 38,900 MW installed in 54 countries, Gamesa is a global leader in the wind industry. The company offers a wide range of technology and services to meet the needs of all client segments in the wind energy sector. Gamesa provides full-service O&M, and maintains 23 GW globally. Gamesa has production centers in the main wind markets: Spain and China, as the global production and supply hubs, while maintaining its local production capacity in India and Brazil and a robust supply chain in all the countries in which it operates. The company is also a world leader in the development, construction and sale of wind farms, and has installed 8,314 MW in 13 countries over 16 years.
Charlotte, NC, USA
Description Duke Energy, the largest electric power holding company in the United States, is committed to making life better for millions of people every day - brighter, more convenient, more comfortable, more efficient, more productive and more sustainable. At Duke Energy, you'll find exciting roles, competitive compensation and benefits, recognition, growth opportunities and great work-life balance. Duke Energy's Corporate Audit Services Department delivers world-class internal audit services that enable Duke Energy to achieve superior performance. You will work in high-performing teams that add value, drive effective risk management, and facilitate constructive change while also focusing on employee and professional development. The Senior EHS Audit Consultant provides the opportunity to impact and support Duke Energy's strong Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) culture throughout operations including generation, transmission, distribution, gas, renewables, and major construction. Audits span across a broad range of EHS programs including but not limited to: environmental (e.g., clean air, water, and waste management); safety; industrial hygiene; and natural resources (e.g., wetlands, wildlife, and land management. The Corporate Audit Services EHS team provides independent assessments of the EHS management systems, including program and risk management, in partnership with leaders across the Company. The focus on EHS management systems serves as an additional level of oversight while Corporate EHS is a separate function with accountability for conducting compliance audits. The position will be based in Charlotte, NC and reports administratively to an Audit Manager. Major accountabilities include but are not limited to: Building and maintaining collaborative relationships across Corporate EHS and other business areas, including consulting with program owners and subject matter experts to enhance regulatory compliance, provide recommendations and best practices, and communicate value-added information to executives and senior management Identifying and evaluating EHS risks and mitigation strategies, including leveraging awareness to assist in the development of the annual audit plan Demonstrating strong project management of audit assignments and other competing priorities while working within a highly collaborative team Overseeing the day-to-day efforts of assigned audit staff personnel, where applicable Developing well-crafted audit report deliverables that effectively communicate audit observations, risks, impacts, and root cause Building consensus on audit results and management actions up to Senior Management and across business areas Travel up to 35% will be required. #LI-POST Qualifications Basic/Required Qualifications: Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering, project management, supply chain, or other related field Five or more years of work experience related to the above degrees Desired Qualifications: Holds a relevant certification such as CSP, CIH, REM, or CHMM Experience developing, implementing, managing, and/or evaluating the effectiveness of EHS programs in an operations environment Maintains current with relevant federal and state EHS regulations, revisions, and enforcement trends including standards promulgated by OSHA, EPA, DOT, and the corresponding state and local agencies Energy or Utility industry experience Knowledge of or familiarity with Duke Energy business and systems Written and oral communication skills with ability to tailor messages for a variety of levels of management and assess the appropriate tone and style of delivery Acknowledgement of customer needs and expectations and ability to adjust tasks accordingly to add value to the business Resourcefulness when managing through ambiguity, including complex projects Ability to work independently and balance multiple projects Ability to identify and assess risks and impacts Adaptable and receptive to performing non-EHS audits to assist in developing fundamental audit skills although previous audit experience is not required Proficient with Excel and capable of using other applications to successfully perform work
Orlando Utilities Commission
Orlando, FL, USA
Job Description Job Purpose: Responsible for ensuring that critical business applications are operational; and the health of the OUC infrastructure is not compromised. Monitor the network, applications, security threats and production processes; perform problem diagnostics, tier 1 and 2 support functions and alert and incident management. Primary Functions: Work effectively as part of a team; this is a 24/7 team so off shift, weekend and holiday shifts are required; Monitor and alert on server and storage hardware; LAN and WAN services; telephony services; batch processing; physical datacenter to ensure availability of infrastructure services meets expected service level agreements (SLAs); Design, Monitor and Support production enterprise scheduler jobs and file transfers. Analyze job logs and error reports to troubleshoot problems quickly and effectively; Assist with testing of new hardware/software and business processes in development environments before they are migrated to production; Maintain and create documentation for new processes and projects; Utilize incident and service request ticket systems for data center and security incidents; Create daily shift turnover for the team and other IT partners, detailing any issues, challenges encountered that the next shift or interested parties may need to know about; Provide on-site or remote diagnoses and resolution of computer hardware and software problems or security incidents as defined by enterprise standards; Support a variety of technologies, business departments and systems, and independently resolve problems while pro-actively communicating solutions; Manage, contain and communicate any threats to security, SLA metrics or business processes utilizing incident management and call-out protocols for the commission; Utilize security tools, network monitors, enterprise schedulers and email alerting to ensure that OUC's critical business applications and infrastructure is operational and free from threats; Mentor other members of operations to enhance their understanding and abilities in monitoring the enterprise; Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field of study from an accredited college or university Minimum of four (4) years of experience in data processing, monitoring, network, and operating systems. Combined experience may include: Batch processing monitoring of a 24x7 job run schedule IT Security Investigations Quality Assurance testing Network monitoring Troubleshooting and resolving IT performance issues Incident management of IT tier1/2 issues Scripting and automation of processes Eight (8) additional years of relevant experience OR an Associate's Degree and four (4) additional years of relevant experience may be considered as a substitution for the Bachelor's Degree requirement Working knowledge of all, but not limited to the following: Reviewing software and job logs for errors processing and resolution Ability to read/interpret a variety of scripts (Perl/Batch/Powershell/Shell/Java) Creating and using technical documentation, attention to detail is a must. Shift turnover procedures, effective communication of issues encountered is a must. Redhat Linux, Unix shell experience a plus, Bash, K shell, ksh, tsch, zsh Windows 8/10 - Including but not limited to administrator tools, command prompt, registry editor (regedit), event viewer, performance monitor and basic networking transport control protocol/internet provider (tcp/ip). Enterprise Scheduler Monitoring (prefer BMC's Control-M but CA7, UCC4, Cron jobs/Windows task scheduler also ok Security monitoring tools such as Websense, Trend Micro Microsoft Excel/Word/Outlook/Access/OneNote Familiarity with: Database Applications (i.e, Customer Care and Billing (CC&B) for a Customer Information System; MDM - meter data management (Oracle); Windows Active Directory and Distributed File Systems (dfs) Local directory access protocol (LDAP) File encryption standards (pgp/aes/ssl) Effective verbal and written communication skills Company Description OUC provides electric, water, chilled water and/or lighting services to 246,000 customers in Orlando, St. Cloud and parts of unincorporated Orange and Osceola counties. OUC also focuses on the environment and our community. Join us as we continue to our work to be innovative and a leader in the industry! Orlando Utilities Commission has so much to offer employees: Good pay, some of the best benefits in town, stability in a career and industry, growth & mentorship, and maybe more importantly, a work life balance you won't find many places. We also have a retirement program that expands past your typical 401k. And, Orlando, FL is one of the fastest growing cities in America. See more her:
Robys Propane Gas, Inc.
West Wareham, Wareham, MA, USA
Job Description Job Responsibilities include: Maintaining and repairing oil equipment. Striving to meet and exceed our safety and productivity standards. Maintaining and stocking your assigned vehicle. Completing all required paperwork in a neat and timely manner. Responding to emergency maintenance requests. Job Prerequisites and Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent, preferred Possess or the ability to obtain CDL with Hazmat endorsement Clean motor vehicle record Must pass a pre-employment background check, physical and drug screening Must be able to obtain required licensing Must be 21 years of age Benefits: Competitive salary Paid vacation Medical insurance Dental Insurance 401k and profit sharing Company Description We are seeking an organized, quick learner to join our South Coast Hearth & Patio sales team! We offer an excellent salary and benefit package including health & dental insurance, 401k, paid holidays & vacation.