Transformer Service Crew Leader in Training

À propos de la fonction

North Carolina
Grid Technologies
Unité opérationnelle
Grid Solutions
Temps plein / partiel
Temps plein
Niveau d’expérience
Job Summary 

Transformer Service Crew Leader in Training (CLT) is a working field service supervisor in training to become a Siemens Energy Transformer Crew Leader. The CLT will work under the direct supervision of a Crew Leader 1 and be responsible for learning all the roles and responsibilities to ascend to the Crew Leader position within a six-month period.

The CLT reports to the Transformer Service Manager (TSM) under the direct supervision of the Crew Leader 1. The CLT is expected to have effective communication with their manager throughout active projects and when awaiting assignment or standby time. Effective communication with Project Managers (PMs), Business Development Managers (BDMs), Testing Manager, and QTC Manager is also required. 

Often requires extensive travel and non-standard schedules at field locations with exposure to varying environmental conditions.

 Duties/Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Be responsible for the successful execution of projects and supervising, both technically and administratively, crew members and assigned contractor(s) and is expected to take decisive and/or corrective action for the well-being of the crew, environment, project, customer, and/or organization as a whole.
  • Maintain company assets, including the maintenance, cleanliness, safe operation, and condition of equipment/vehicles (assigned, rented, loaned, or leased), and the corresponding contents, tools, and accessories
  • Follow and enforce Siemens Energy Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) policies with assigned crew.
  • Monitor and maintain tools, equipment, and company vehicles.
  • Manage vendors/subcontractors assigned to their crew to perform duties in accordance with local, customer, industry, and corporate laws, regulations, and/or standards.
  • Ensure projects are on time and within budget performance of assigned projects. Obtain budget parameters of assigned projects.
  • Maintain effective communication with site contact for coordination and project management, including daily written or verbal updates with TSM including project changes, safety reviews (i.e., tailgate meetings), safety incidents (near misses, safety violations, environmental incidents, security incidents), work scope changes, etc.
  • Ensure crew members report work time and expenses daily or weekly utilizing online tools (i.e., SPGI, Concur, etc.).
  • Perform quarterly technical evaluations of crew members, utilizing spot reports and technical evaluation forms. 
  • Demonstrate expert level proficiency in other job classifications (i.e., Tech Asst, Tech 2, Tech1, Senior Tech)

Technical Skills and Tools
  • High level field supervisory skills not only to supervise the crew members and subcontractors as assigned, but also to provide a healthy and environmentally friendly work environment
  • Ability to multitask including supervising a crew, sub-contractors, and vendors as required
  • Must be able to provide technical instructions regarding required tasks to crew and subcontractors including safe and correct assembly and maintenance of power and distribution transformers and transformer accessories. This includes interpretation and following work scope, assembly, general arrangement drawings, electrical prints, and one-line diagrams as well as test data and factory instruction manual.
  • Performing power and distribution transformer receipt inspections including the completion of receipt inspection reports as per the standard and assigned processes
  • Performing and directing crew members with the safe and correct operation of transformer oil processor including the performance of vacuum, oil filling, circulating, and draining oil-filled power and distribution transformers, and documenting the process as required
  • Strong commercial and industrial electrical wiring and troubleshooting skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, time management, and analytical skills
  • Strong site management skills
  • Delegating labor and administrative tasks to crew members
  • Collaboration and work well with teams and individually
  • Capable of communicating with customer in a professional manner
  • Competency in computer skills including email, internet, data entry into online tools, and Microsoft and Windows based software
  • Maintaining Class A CDL requirements as described in contract section 9.09 article c) qualifies for a yearly bonus.
  • Must perform proficiently at other less senior technical levels (i.e., Tech Asst, Tech 1 & 2, Senior Tech)
  • High school diploma, GED, technical vocational/apprenticeship training combined with prior field service or equivalent related experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge in combined field service technical assembly, maintenance, and repair of power and distribution transformers and transformer accessories in the utility/energy electrical industry.
  • Special skill set in one or more of: Distribution, Power, and Transmission electrical substation equipment in power ranges of low-voltage (4160V – 13kV), medium-voltage (13kV – 69kV), and high-voltage (69kV – 800 kV) highly preferred
  • Effective communications skills and ability to lead
  • Very good time management and analytical skills
  • Team player with a positive attitude
  • Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States without need for current or future employer-sponsored work authorization. Siemens Energy employees with current visa sponsorship may be eligible for internal transfers.
EH&S/OSHA 30 and NFPA-70 training required or will be provided.
CPR/First Aid training is a preferred or will be provided.
Documented on-the-job training for the installation, maintenance, service, and repair of LV, MV and HV substation, powerplant electrical equipment, and specifically power and distribution transformers
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