Junior Facilities Maintenance Technician
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POST DATE 5/18/2017
END DATE 8/29/2017
JOB DESCRIPTIONTHE REQUIREMENTS
To meet the basic qualifications for this role you will have a high school diploma or equivalent. To be a good fit for the Junior Facilities Maintenance Technician opportunity, you also should have:
* One to two years of experience in plant operations, preferably in oil or gas facilities, and ideally in LNG facilities. Quick question for you - click here
* Proficiency in human machine interface (HMI) applications.
* Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
* Familiarity with SOME of the following:
* Cryogenics awareness (you'll work with LNG stored at -261 ).
* Forklift operation -- experience with extendable fork trucks is a plus.
* Fire safety.
* Electrical maintenance/repair.
* Chemical testing.
* Mine safety; MSHA training is a plus.
* At team player approach.
* A solid work ethic.
You will work Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Reporting to the Plant Supervisor, you will join a team that includes four Operations Technicians. Your activities will fall into three main areas. Your GENERAL responsibilities will include:
* Assisting with periodic inspections of Plant equipment to determine proper and normal operating conditions. You'll check and record operational data such as fluid levels, temperatures and pressures, compare to trends and have the ability to make corrections as needed. Quick question for you - click here
* Reviewing daily operating reports and other records to ensure specified operating characteristics in control of the Plant equipment.
* Assisting with detecting and correcting faulty and malfunctioning mechanical and electrical components, devices and equipment related to LNG equipment.
* Assisting with diagnoses of equipment malfunctions during emergencies and directing activities to restore normal operation or to shut down a malfunctioning unit.
* Installing, removing and modifying equipment under direction of your supervisor.
* Notifying Plant Supervisor and/or Operations Manager of shutdown or major changes in power output of unit, preparatory to transfer of load to other units.
* Maintaining all Plant equipment and structures in accordance with manufacturers' and Clean Energy guidelines.
* Assisting with routine and special tests and plant inspections to improve operations and maintain safe working conditions.
Your ELECTRICAL activities will include:
* Inspecting, maintaining and adjusting electrical equipment such as, but not limited to electrical wiring, conduit, panels, switchgears, switches, gauges, transducers, solenoids, gas dryers, actuators, motors, meters, frequency drives and controls for safe and proper operating condition.
* Repairing, replacing, and adjusting malfunctioning equipment to restore proper operating conditions specified in regulations and repair manuals with assistance of direct supervisor.
With regard to MECHANICAL operations, you will:
* Inspect, maintain and adjust mechanical equipment such as, but not limited to, compressors, pumps, engines, intercoolers, after coolers, heat exchangers, piping, tubing, fittings, filters, traps, gas dryers, fasteners, valves and actuators for safe and proper operating condition.
* Repair, replace, and adjust malfunctioning equipment to restore proper operating condition specified in regulations and repair manuals with assistance of direct supervisor.
Pictured: two of your key activities will be assisting drivers with the transfer of LNG fuel from the storage tanks to tanker trucks, and taking regular readings on various equipment around the plant.
WHY CLEAN ENERGY
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- you will expand your experience and skills in this role. Most likely LNG will be new to you, and you'll probably work with some equipment you haven't seen before.
IMPRESSIVE OPERATION -- Clean Energy invested some $75 million in the California LNG Plant, and you can take pride in supporting an operation that includes:
* A 1.8 million gallon LNG storage tank.
* The capacity to provide annual fuel requirements for approximately 4,000 class-8 trucks.
* A nitrogen recycling plant featuring two production trains, operating flexibility and key process redundancy, enabling optimal supply reliability.
* The capacity to blend biogas with domestic pipeline gas for even greater greenhouse gas benefits
* Two loading scales plus public LNG fueling that supports LNG trucking operations in and out of the nearby Boron mine facility.
Excellent compensation -- we offer a competitive wage and there could be several hours of overtime available each week for maintenance and preservation work. In addition, we provide a comprehensive benefits package that includes all you would expect plus some pleasant surprises, such as a discretionary match on our 401(k) plan -- in four of the last five years the company has matched 50% of the employee's annual contribution.
Proven strong leadership -- you will join a team of accomplished, seasoned professionals at Clean Energy, led by Andrew Littlefair. Mr. Littlefair served as President of Pickens Fuel Corp (PFC), predecessor company of Clean Energy, which he co-founded in 1997 with Boone Pickens. He also was Staff Assistant to President Ronald Reagan in the Office of Presidential Advance from 1983 to 1987. Mr. Littlefair is highly esteemed by Clean Energy employees. Our executive team's profiles can be viewed at CleanEnergyFuels.com.
The right solutions -- as more organizations explore alternative fuel vehicles, Clean Energy offers the right solutions at the right time. Nearly 14 million natural gas vehicles are on the road throughout the world, but only about 117,000 are in the U.S., according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Clean Energy is actively changing that statistic by building an infrastructure of commercial fueling stations, as well as building a portfolio of subsidiary, like-minded companies to drive success.
Green standard for sustainability -- you probably already knew that natural gas burns much more cleanly than gasoline and diesel, producing significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions. But did you also know that natural gas is increasingly renewable, using biomethane reclaimed from landfill via waste-to-energy solutions* Clean Energy is helping companies and public organizations meet aggressive environmental goals.
Pictured: above, the Boron plant was built to produce up to 160,000 gallons of LNG per day, and was designed to be upgraded to produce up to 240,000 gallons of LNG per day. Below, a fueling station at the Port of Long Beach, California, one of hundreds that Clean Energy operates across the U.S. The California LNG Plant is the major supplier for Clean Energy's commitment to the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for their Clean Truck Program, and for the greater Southwest LNG Trucking Corridor for goods movement.
KEYS TO SUCCESS
Plant operations experience is important, but just as essential will be a commitment to safety, strong analytical skills, and a sense of ownership and accountability. You should take pride in being able to troubleshoot a variety of mechanical and electrical issues and in your ability to learn new equipment easily. We'll give you the tools you need to succeed through a varied training program, but you should come in, hit the ground running and get right down to the business of learning and performing. On most shifts you'll work with at least one other person, but on night shifts you may be alone, so you'll need to be able to handle whatever comes up.
Boron is subject to large swings in temperature, and you'll spend at least a few hours on every shift outside. You need to be prepared for the fact that it can be 9 at night in the winter and 115 during the summer days.
Clean Energy Fuels is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled