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The Supervisor - Electrical Maintenance is responsible for leading a team of electrical technicians in the execution of a predictive, preventative, and corrective maintenance program that focuses on the mine communication systems, the atmospheric monitoring system, the power distribution system, and the belt control systems on the surface and underground areas of the coal mine.
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.
The Warehouse Technician is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the PSGC Warehouse. These duties include the ordering, counting, kitting, rotating, shipping, safeguarding, and inventorying and distribution of all materials, tools and supplies, including expendables as well as capital spares, pumps, conveyors, motors, etc. Enters incoming and outgoing materials and supplies into inventory management system. Conducts periodic cycle counts to assure accurate inventory levels.
The Mining Technician, Underground Mining, performs any one of several different functions in the mine including the operation of continuous miners, roof bolters, coal haulers, scoops, conveyors, pumps, materials handling equipment, Mine examination, staging of supplies, operating and performing preventive maintenance on ventilation equipment, and power distribution equipment.
Mechanical Engineer position at a Coal Fired Power Plant in Southern Illinois.
Accountability and responsibility for a variety of mechanical systems in the Power Plant such as: Anhydrous Ammonia, Condensate, Circulating Water, Cooling Towers, Closed Cooling Water, Sorbent Injection, and other systems assigned as necessary.
In-training back up Engineer for rotating equipment.
Coordinate & oversee repairs to equipment in the systems listed above.
Focused on the application of technical skills and ingenuity in the maintenance and repair of equipment in the Power Plant.
The responsibilities of this position are not limited, cross training into other systems is encouraged and will be required as the candidate develops in their position.
It is expected that a Power Plant Mechanical Engineer will be present for a majority of outages to coordinate repair activites with Operations, Maintenance, and Contractors. This includes 12+ hour shifts that may land on days, nights, holidays, and / or weekends.
The Belt Technician works directly with the Belt Supervisor on the installation and recovery of all conveyor belting, structure and drives required on the surface and underground.