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Operations Superintendent - LRS (216331-914)

Company Name:
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
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Operations Superintendent - LRS
Tracking Code
216331-914
Job Description
The Operations Superintendent coordinates with section supervisors and subordinates on all operations activities necessary to operate the power plant in an efficient and safe manner.
Required Skills
Typical physical/mental/environmental demands: Frequently requires sitting and walking. Occasionally requires standing, stooping/bending, climbing stairs and ladders, kneeling, lifting up to 50 pounds, reaching above and below shoulder level, crawling and use of keyboard/computer. Requires the ability to speak, analyze data/reports, conduct research, implement recommendations, and direct and supervise others. Must be able to develop plans and accomplish goals, evaluate the performance of others, present information to others, and work under pressure to meet deadlines. Occasionally works around dirt and dust, fumes, and chemicals. This position must be respirator qualified. Also occationally works in areas of extreme heat, cold, vibration and noise, poor ventilation, electrical risks, confined areas and at heights.
Required Experience
The incumbent must have a Bachelor s Degree from an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program and six years of related work experience in operations or maintenance in a coal-based power plant or ten years related work experience in operations or maintenance in a coal-based power plant. Must possess supervisory, personnel skills, and prior supervisory experience. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and have experience with Asset Suite. The ability to build effective teams and maintain accountabilities is required.
Job Location
WHEATLAND, Wyoming, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Salary
111,110.00 - 129,443.00 USD
Last Day for Accepting Applications
April 17, 2014
Current Status of Job
Accepting Applications

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