OGE Energy Corp CEMS Technician II in Red Rock, Oklahoma

CEMS Technician II

Tracking Code

20180195

Job Description

Position Summary:

Maintains, calibrates and troubleshoots power plant emission monitoring systems in support of efficient generation and compliance of power under varying conditions.

Primary Duties:

  • Assists entry level technicians.

  • Completes vendor training as required in the Quality Assurance Plan.

  • Performs general maintenance, configuration and calibration of emission monitoring systems utilized in the compliance demonstration in electrical generation.

  • Schedules and coordinates daily activities with supervisor.

  • Provides general troubleshooting and maintenance of CEMS, COMS, PM and CMMS.

  • Performs daily, monthly, quarterly and annual preventative maintenance of the CEMS, COMS, PM and CMMS.

  • Troubleshoots and maintains all AC/DC control circuits and components.

  • Basic regulatory knowledge for air emission monitoring (40 CFR parts 60, 63 and 75).

  • Ability to work independently or in a team environment.

  • Demonstrated ability in the proper use of electronic test instrumentation.

  • Ability to read and interpret detailed instrumentation and control drawings.

Requirements:

  • Associate's Degree in a Technical discipline (i.e. Electronics, Engineering Technology, Power Plant Operations, etc.) and Three (3) years experience in related technical discipline (i.e. maintaining instrumentation and controls or testing equipment or industrial controls) or equivalent military experience.

  • Valid State Drivers License

RELOCATION ASSISTANCE IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR THIS POSITION

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated strong ability to comply with safety policies and seen as a leader in Incident and Injury Free (IIF).

  • Strong knowledge of fundamental instrumentation and control concepts.

  • Strong knowledge of maintenance and quality assurance practices of emission monitoring hardware.

  • Basic knowledge of emission monitoring systems and components.

  • Ability to communicate with individuals at various levels throughout the organization.

  • Ability to communicate with plant operations the impact of basis process changes to emission levels.

  • Strong computer skills using MS Office, SAP, DAHS and remote access software to the analyzers, dataloggers and plc (i.e. iPort and iNet).

  • Strong knowledge of Analyzers, Dataloggers, PLCs and DAHS communication protocols.

  • Ability to read and interpret detailed instrumentation and control drawings.

  • Demonstrated mechanical aptitude in the use of hand tools.

  • Ability to take on additional responsibility.

  • Strong knowledge of AC/DC control circuits and components.

Working Conditions:

  • Required to travel frequently to all generation facilities in the OG&E system with the majority of time spent at power plants (typically gas fired EGUs).

  • Travel for work and/or training both in and out of state and may require overnight stays.

  • Works independently.

  • Required to climb ladders up to 250 feet and work at high elevations for extended periods.

  • Required to travel to all generation facilities in the OG&E system.

  • Required to work non-standard work schedules (i.e. outside typical Monday through Friday) to include overtime, weekends, holidays, and call-outs, as needed.

  • Required to work in all ambient conditions (i.e. extreme wind, heat and cold).

  • Required to wear PPE such as hard hat, safety glasses, flame retardant clothing, steel toed boots, hearing protection, fall protection harness and respirator.

  • Obtains and maintains certifications (e.g., NICET level I or ISA level I), as required.

  • Physical Demands

  • Lifting up to 50 pounds occasionally.

  • Lifting and carrying up to 30 pounds.

  • Pushing up to 5 pounds of force.

  • Pulling up to 5 pounds of force.

  • Occasional walking with occasional stair climbing.

  • Occasional ladder climbing.

  • Occasional standing on various surfaces.

  • Occasional stooping and crouching.

  • Occasional kneeling and crawling.

  • Constant fine motor coordination and grasping.

  • Occasional reaching overhead and reaching forward.

  • Frequent sitting.

  • Frequent typing and computer use.

  • For additional information about physical demands, go to oge.com/physicaldemands

**NOTE: This position is posted at a II and Sr level. Only one of the two postings will be filled based on the qualifications of applicants who apply. Applicants who meet the qualifications for both positions are strongly encouraged to apply to both postings.

Job Location

Red Rock, Oklahoma, United States

Position Type

Full-Time/Regular