To ensure plant electrical equipment is maintained to a standard that maximizes the reliability and availability of plant utilizing Work Instructions documented in the Maintenance Management System, OEM guidelines and under the instruction of the Head of Electrical Maintenance.
To assist the Head of Electrical Maintenance in ensuring that all electrical equipment is well maintained and all notifications of planned and unplanned work are completed on time
The Electrical Maintenance Technician is responsible implementing day to day electrical maintenance activity and planned implementation of electrical maintenance practices in accordance with OEM, best engineering practice and contractual agreements.
Practical experience of maintaining a wide range of rotating and static equipment gained through hands on experience and formal training
Capable to ensure a safe working environment for himself and his colleagues while working on any equipment.
Assumes ownership of plant electrical equipment and strives to keep them in the best possible condition.
Ability to carry out maintenance activities on a range of major engineering components and systems in accordance with OEM Manuals for the equipment.
Organizing spares, tools and equipment to carry out maintenance activities
Performs troubleshooting activities as necessary to determine failure conditions and rectifies the defects found
At least 3 years’ experience working as Electrical Maintenance Technician or in a similar
capacity preferably in a CCGT Power & Water Plant.
Good electrical foundation and practical knowledge of how it applies to modern power plant and desalination plant processes.
- Electrical Installation Work
- Management Systems
- Problem Solving