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Follow safety procedures, observe safe working practices and maintain a safe working environment.
Assist in the performance of wind turbine mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical component maintenance.
Documents all work performed, parts used and time spent using computer based service reporting procedures.
Assist in troubleshooting and repair of SCADA communication systems.
Operate and maintain a service vehicle.
Maintain hand tools in good working order and well organized.
Work a flexible on call schedule when needed. This may include weeknights, weekends, and holidays.
Willingness to progress as a technician and take guidance from superiors.
Help in all areas of site operations as directed by Site Supervisor and Site Manager with minimal supervision.
Possess demonstrable mechanical aptitude and basic electrical knowledge.
Ability to read schematics and wiring diagrams is preferred.
Able to communicate verbally and in writing and able to work without direct supervision during performance of work.
Able to create, edit or modify Microsoft Word and Excel documents.
A high school diploma or GED is required.
An A.S. degree (electrical or technical) is preferred.
Must possess a valid driver's license and good driving record.
Able to safely handle and work with objects weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance and up to 100 pounds with assistance.
Able to report to the work site without transportation assistance.
Able to climb ladders unassisted up to 300 feet.
Able to work with electrical wires and differentiate between color coded wires.
Able to safely work in a wide range of adverse climates and environments.
Able to travel as required.
Knowledge of and the ability to use various hand tools.
Able to work safely in a confined space.
Able to meet the requirements of NRG’s Qualified Electrical Worker program.