Laborer - LRS (11) (216337-914)

Company Name:
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
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Laborer - LRS (11)
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Job Description
The Laborer is responsible for learning the basic principles of power plant operations, keeping the plant and plant site clean and performing tasks and services as needed.
Required Skills
This position requires lifting up to 50 pounds; frequent walking, and the ability to stand, climb, kneel, and crawl. The incumbent operates the following: forklift, vacuum truck, street sweeper, skid steer loader, garbage truck, tractor, dump truck, motor vehicle, earth compactor, lawnmower, high pressure water blaster, small hand tools and equipment. The incumbent will at times be exposed to heat, cold, dirt, dust, chemicals, noise and must become respirator qualified. Frequently is required to work in confined spaces and at heights. Must be able to distinguish colored control lights and hear alarms. The incumbent must have the ability to read, comprehend, follow written and verbal instructions, and perform basic math skills. This position is assigned to work indoors and outdoors.
Required Experience
Incumbent must have a High School Diploma or GED or an Associate s Degree in power or process plant technology, industrial mechanical or electrical maintenance, industrial instrumentation from a recognized institution preferred or a minimum of two years of related experience/training or two years of equivalent military training/experience is preferred. The ability to communicate with supervisors and fellow workers in both written and verbal forms and willingness to learn safe, efficient work, equipment operating practices, procedures through classroom and on-the-job training and able to work unscheduled and scheduled overtime is required. Must have a valid driver s license and be capable of obtaining a Commercial Driver s License.
Job Location
WHEATLAND, Wyoming, United States
Position Type
26.95 - USD
Last Day for Accepting Applications
April 18, 2014
Current Status of Job
Accepting Applications

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