NextEra Energy Machinist Itinerant in Florida City, Florida
Date:Nov 11, 2018
Primary Location:Florida City, FL, US, 33035
Company:NextEra Energy Requisition ID: 25283
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Position Specific Description Everyday our employees help us deliver safe, affordable, and reliable service to our more than 4.9 million customers. They are helping shape our company and how our customers see us. This position will be based at our Turkey Point Fossil Energy Center located in Florida City, FL.
Job Overview This is a non-shift, multi-functional classification that works a regular day shift schedule. The primary function is to perform the duties of a machinist; however, this individual may perform duties in other maintenance disciplines (mechanical, electrical, and instrument & control), to the extent that he/she is capable, qualified and able to
perform in a safe manner. The Itinerant Machinist will from time to time be assigned to different work locations for overhauls, outages and special projects, and will be expected to travel. This classification works under the direction of the Maintenance Leader or Itinerant Maintenance Leader as appropriate.
Minimum requirements for job:
- Has previously held the classification of machinist, and/or completed the machinist trainee program under the direction of a journey level machinist, or has attended any type of schooling or training program, college or military, that would qualify the applicant for this job.
- Must be able to perform the minimum qualifications of a journey level mechanic.
- Operates all types of machine tools and performs precision jobs on them to tolerances that require the use of precision tools, instruments or gauges for measurement.
- Uses hand tools and other equipment necessary to provide a safe, clean and productive work place.
- Performs preventive maintenance to ensure proper function of equipment.
- Performs maintenance inspections on and constructs, installs, and repairs mechanical equipment and structures.
- May maintain stock and records of plant mechanical materials, supplies, tools, machine tools and tooling, machine shop equipment and spare parts.
Performs associated responsibilities according to the rules contained in the safe work practices handbook and the Memorandum of Agreement. Required Qualifications • Pwr Plt Mtce Pos Sel Sys Test passed • Post-Offer Functional Capacity Eval Preferred Qualifications
Employee Group: Bargaining Unit Employee Type: Itinerant Job Category: Power Generation Bargaining Unit Organization: Florida Power & Light Company Location: Florida City, Florida Other Work Locations: Florida Relocation Provided: No
NextEra Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetics, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis prohibited by law. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.
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Nearest Major Market:Miami