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January 8, 2019 at 4:24 pm #671223EdwinchushGuest
Plant Manager Vacancy T&TEC
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission is inviting applications from suitably qualified and competent individuals for the above position of Plant Manager.
Deadline for Applications: February 02, 2019
PLANT MANAGER (COVE POWER STATION – TOBAGO)
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission is inviting applications from suitably qualified and competent individuals for the above position.
PLANT MANAGER JOB SUMMARY:
PLANT MANAGER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Cove Power Station is equipped with four (4) Wartsila 18V50DF engines and 1 recently installed GE LM2500 Gas Turbine. The Plant Manager shall ensure that the Power Station operates optimally as designed, and will be responsible for directing the Operations, Maintenance and Administration of the Cove Power Station. The position reports to the Engineering Controller and is required to work closely with the Chief Technical Officer.
Takes a leadership role in formulating operational and strategic plans as required and provides directions based on analysis and insights in the Field of Power Plant operations.
Holds responsibility for ensuring a safe and reliable production environment that operates within all applicable regulatory compliance requirements and company policies.
Develops annual budgets and is responsible for the long term planning and cost management of the Plant Operations and Maintenance.
Ensures that the Cove Power Station is adequately resourced by identifying and filling gaps for skilled personnel, specialised tools and equipment, spare parts and any other mission critical resources within an approved budget.
Provides reports as necessary for the Executive and the Board to measure and trend performance in key areas.
Develops and maintains strong relationships with Regulatory Authorities, Suppliers of Parts and Services, Suppliers of Fuel, Suppliers of tools/equipment, the THA, Government Committees, Regional and International bodies, and other Local and Regional Managers in the Power Generation business.
Formulates and administers contracts particularly warranties to ensure that the Commission’s interests are well protected, and that the Commission gets value for money at all times.
Leads, directs the work and development of the staff of the Cove Power Station, Sets performance targets and conducts evaluations to ensure a high level of productivity and contribution to the achievement of the organization’s goals.
PLANT MANAGER EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
A Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering with majors applicable to Power Plant design and operations.
Post-graduate qualifications or equivalent training applicable to the Power Station, Post-graduate qualifications in Business Studies, training in electrical instrumentation and control systems, training in computerised asset management systems and/or training in the use of applicable diagnostic equipment would all be assets.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Extensive knowledge in Power Plant designs, Operations and Maintenance.
Experience in gas turbines and compression systems.
Ability to achieve excellence in the areas of house-keeping, safety standards and adherence to operational procedures.
Must be able to provide effective leadership to produce results and sustain standards towards maintaining the plant in a pristine condition at all times.
PLANT MANAGER EXPERIENCE:
At least eight (8) years’ experience in the core areas of Power Plant operations and maintenance of which five (5) years should be at a managerial level.
Salary and terms and conditions of employment shall be in accordance with those determined by the Members of the Commission.
Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission
Stanley P. Ottley Building
#7 Uriah Butler Highway
ONLY SUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
DEADLINE: 2ND FEBRUARY 2019
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