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About The Position
As the Director, Regional Wind O&M you will be responsible for managing the operations and maintenance of multiple wind energy centers across Invenergy’s wind fleet. This position will be based at one of our operating projects or in our Chicago headquarters.
Engage with Invenergy EHS to ensure employee safety and wellbeing.
Ensure work is completed in compliance with all written policies, procedures, contracts, etc.
Develop and implement operational philosophies and procedures to align with the company’s culture and mission.
Evaluate and streamline maintenance processes and practices to minimize turbine downtime and maximize technician productivity.
Interface with O & M Managers and Operations Engineering to quickly resolve technical issues affecting wind energy center production and availability.
Drive and cultivate employee engagement and culture.
Participate in the development of the annual operating budgets. Monitor and control plant budget performance.
Analyze operational data to understand current and future O&M needs.
Participate in the recruitment, selection and training of all operating and administrative personnel within assigned region.
Complete regular visits and audits of wind energy centers.
Other tasks as assigned.
10+ years overall work experience in engineering, operations or maintenance with at least 5 years of supervisory/managerial experience in a direct supervision and leadership role.
Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
Knowledge of CMMS and O&M practices.
Able to travel 50% of the time.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Must be able to work outdoors in inclement weather, climb ladders without assistance and work at heights greater than 80 meters (250 feet).
Weight must not exceed 120 kg (265 lbs.) excluding equipment/gear worn when performing job related tasks.
Must currently have or be able to obtain a U.S. passport for international travel.