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Madison Gas & Electric Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright - Journeyman in Madison, Wisconsin

Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright - Journeyman

Location Madison

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General Purpose of Work. Under minimal supervision, positions in this classification inspect, maintain, and improve equipment necessary for the safe and efficient operation of Energy Production facilities. Maintenance Mechanics maintain a familiarity with and perform all work in accordance with MGE safety rules and practices to provide a safe work environment.

General Duties. Schedules and performs routine and non-routine preventive, predictive, and corrective mechanical maintenance work as required/assigned to maintain facility equipment. Performs welding repairs as required/assigned. Safely rigs and handles all heavy equipment, operates hoisting equipment. Performs chemical analyses on plant water systems, adjusts chemical treatments as required. Monitors stock levels. Orders and receives deliveries of stores materials, and issues all parts, materials, and supplies required to support plant operation and maintenance. Performs operational duties as assigned. Performs electrical and I&C maintenance as assigned. Works with and directs contractors and temporary personnel to ensure the successful completion of assigned objectives. Prepares, leads, and participates in training sessions as required. Interfaces with regulatory agencies as required, ensuring plant operation and maintenance are in compliance with all applicable codes, laws, and regulations. Operates and maintains all maintenance tools and equipment. Maintains orderly shop, stores, and other maintenance areas. Other related duties as assigned. Examples: Represents the company and interfaces with vendors; maintains plant logs, records, and files; collects information and prepares plant reports; and assists with the development and maintenance of facility operating and maintenance procedures.

Qualifications. Typically evidenced by graduation from a trade school, technical school, or recognized apprenticeship program, with an emphasis on mechanical maintenance of major plant equipment. At least five years related experience operating and/or maintaining major equipment in an operational power plant or its equivalent; five years' related experience operating and maintaining major equipment in an operational power plant preferred.

Knowledge and Skills to be Acquired. Thorough knowledge of plant hazards and safety equipment, including all standard power plant personal protective equipment (PPE) and its proper use. Fundamental knowledge of power plant operations, and a detailed knowledge of power plant systems. Ability to work in widely varying temperature environments. Must be reasonably available for overtime. Computer literacy in asset management and storeroom inventory control programs, word processing, spreadsheets, and other software as required. Ability to use machine, mechanical, and hand tools, and precision and diagnostic equipment. Ability to understand vendor equipment drawings and technical information. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to perform heavy lifting as required. Ability to effectively make instantaneous and long-term decisions. Ability to logically solve problems and balance competing priorities. Ability to perform multi-disciplined tasks. Ability to be certified in the use of respirators.

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