Location: Owen County Operations Center – Spencer, IN
To perform, or assist in the performance of, fundamental tasks involving the building and grounds maintenance of substation facilities.
To participate in on-the-job training and other educational opportunities in order to attain substation skills and knowledge.
Duties and Responsibilities:
To be responsible for achieving the objectives, to include the following:
A. BUILDING AND GROUNDS - To perform assignments involving the maintenance of grounds, fences and structures of Hoosier Energy’s substation facilities, to include, but not be limited to:
1. Cutting grass and weeds;
2. Trimming or removing trees;
3. Reconditioning crushed stone surfaces;
4. Filling holes and depressions;
5. Repairing damaged fences;
6. Opening obstructed drainage systems;
7. Replacing broken glass;
8. Scraping and repainting surfaces;
9. Making other minor repairs to structures;
10. Operating the necessary vehicles to perform the above; and
11. Helping with line work.
B. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT – To be responsible for the proper utilization, maintenance and security of assigned tools, test equipment, vehicles and work areas.
C. RECORDS AND REPORTS - To take notes and complete reports about the completion of assigned tasks, as well as any other observations regarding the status of Hoosier Energy’s substation facilities.
D. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT - To participate in training opportunities in order to gain a working knowledge of the General Switching Procedures, as well as the functions and layout of the substation systems and equipment.
E. RECOMMENDATIONS - To make recommendations to the Coordinator and Manager, Delivery Services about any practices, procedures or requirements that will facilitate maintenance schedules, short- or long-range plans, or any other efficiencies or cost improvements.
F. SAFETY - To act in an exemplary manner in order to maintain and promote safe practices and procedures and to participate in scheduled safety meetings and first aid classes.
G. OTHER - To perform other duties, as assigned.
Education: High School diploma or its equivalent.
Experience: Some work experience with strong references.
Skills and Knowledge: A demonstrated potential, either through education or work experience, for electrical and mechanical skills; good communications skills; legible handwriting and arithmetic; must qualify for and maintain the appropriate driver’s license in order to operate heavy vehicles. Class A CDL license preferred. If candidate does not have Class A CDL, must obtain within six months of employ. Electrical experience preferred.
Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran