Support the Region Hydro Manager in the management of the hydro facility (or group of facilities) activities to ensure equipment is operated within its capability and is maintained capable of meeting its design requirements consistent with protecting the natural environment while providing a healthful and safe work environment. Supervise operation of assets that contribute 2-5 percent of TVA revenue. The facility (or group of facilities) is typically less than 1500 MW.
Supervisory Responsibility — Manages up to 50 T&L laborer, multi-skilled craft employees, and/or contractors.
Responsible for the operation and maintenance activities of multiple hydro generating plants to ensure reliable and efficient electrical generation
Ensure compliance with current local, state, and federal environmental regulations.
Ensure the safe execution of plant work practices.
Plan and implement drills to assure that personnel are proficient in executing emergency procedures.
Within the guidelines established by the Region Manager, establish and maintain operating processes necessary to ensure equipment is operated within capability.
Within the guidelines established by the Region Manager, establish and maintain maintenance processes necessary to ensure equipment is capable of achieving its design requirements.
Manages T&L laborer, multi-skilled craft, and administrative employees and/or contractors.
Manages annual budget of up to $75 million.
Manages local outages to ensure objectives are met and that the unit is returned to service in a safe and reliable manner.
Act as Region Manager to mentor plant employees, develop employee development plans, develop and implement employee training, provide day-to-day direction to plant teams, and provide coaching to employees.
Act as Region Manager to represent organization on multi-organization teams.
Education — A Bachelor's Degree in a technical field such as engineering, engineering technology, applied science, or related field; or equivalent related education, training & experience.
Experience — Several years experience in power plant maintenance and operation, including at least two years of supervisory experience
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities — Demonstrate ability to supervise personnel. Must have strong communication, leadership, and team building skills and possess sound judgment. Must have thorough knowledge of TVA Safety Procedures, Standardized Maintenance Procedures, and organizational procedures. Candidate may be required to obtain and maintain a security clearance based on position / access requirements and essential job functions.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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TVA is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal employment opportunities. Any applicant or employee who believes s/he has a discrimination claim (including harassment or retaliation) must contact TVA’s Equal Opportunity Compliance office within 45 calendar days of the event or action s/he believes to constitute discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.
All TVA Non-Nuclear employees are covered by TVA's Federal Drug-Free Workplace Program Plan, in accordance with Executive Order 12564, Public Law 100-71 and the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing. Information regarding the Drug Free Workplace Program can be found at www.workplace.samhsa.gov. TVA Non-Nuclear employees in Testing Designated Positions, including those performing safety-sensitive duties are also subject to random drug testing. TVA Nuclear employees are subject to random alcohol and drug tests in accordance with 10 CFR Part 26 as mandated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).