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The Project Manager (PM II/III) plans, executes, and reports out on assigned projects through management of scope, schedule and cost. This includes the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and project closure for capital and O&M projects. The PM II/III defines project objectives and oversees the project through its life cycle. The PM II/III coordinates the efforts of team members including third party contractors. A PM II typically completes multiple small projects (£$5 million) with limited direction or larger projects with oversight and includes management level communication. A PM III typically completes multiple large (>$5 million) and small projects with limited direction and includes senior management level communication.
Responsible for the analysis, design, development and administration of PSGC’s compensation programs. Manages annual performance cycle and a salary cycle. Leads job analysis process. Recommends annual merit budgets, adjustment budget, and wage structure movement. Manages annual short-term incentive program; makes recommendations for incentive components. Oversees the administration and security function of all HR systems including HCM system and Learning Management System.
This position will have accountability and responsibility for elimination of repetitive failures and continuous improvement of electrical equipment and support systems. This position is dedicated to the engineering function and will be focused on the application of technical skills and ingenuity required in the analysis of plant electrical equipment and related systems causing excessive production loss or maintenance cost. Electrical equipment and related systems consist of but are not limited to large generators, motors, variable frequency drives, precipitators, transformers, switchgear, relays, batteries, uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), combustion coal waste, balance of plant electrical systems, back up battery systems and ancillary support systems.
The Maintenance Technician performs troubleshooting, repairs and preventative maintenance on all electrical, mechanical and hydraulic equipment utilized both underground and surface. Maintenance Technicians will regularly examine equipment to ensure that it is operating appropriately. This position must become knowledgeable in all aspects of mine operations and learn the location and function of equipment operating at the mine location. Maintenance Technicians work rotating shifts so schedules vary to cover all hours of mine operation which may include overtime, holidays and weekends. Maintenance Technicians may be subject to call-ins to assist with maintenance issues that may, or have, impact plant performance. Prairie State Generating Company believes to be successful we must first and foremost work safe, follow job plans and Standard Work Procedures (SWP’s) when performing tasks or operating equipment.