To provide team leadership to the Plant Operations work unit in coordinating the operations of Yellowknife, Behchoko, and hydro sites plants. Assist the Director, Hydro Operations Region in planning and directing regional goals, objectives and programs as one of six managers in a team managed organizational structure.
Under the direction of the Director Hydro Operations: Leads the daily operation of the Plant Operations; is responsible to ensure the Mission, Vision and Values of the organization are articulated and understood by employees. Must lead the staff towards the achievement of the divisional goals and objectives. Operates as a supervisor for direct reports, which includes, setting objectives, assigning duties, assessing and managing individual performance, with the aim of delivering results
Under the direction of the Manager provides civil and hydrological designs. As a senior Engineer he will also be responsible for providing advice and guidance to other engineers as appropriate. This may also include civil advice on non-hydro related projects. The position is also required to perform engineering work on complex hydro plant and infrastructure maintenance issues which will also include assisting Hydro Operations with hydraulic and hydrological analysis and annual flow forecasting (e.g. estimating annual runoff volumes using snow survey data and river flow station data, expected spillway flows & reservoir levels, etc.). There are currently six hydroelectric generating stations within NTPC’s hydro system. The current individually hydroelectric generating stations and related infrastructure range in name plate generating capacity from 3 MW to 20 MW
Under the direction of the Director of the Thermal Division, the Thermal Electrical Field Engineer is responsible for providing electrical technical expertise and field engineering support services for the operations and maintenance of power systems and all electrical assets for NTPC’s Thermal Zone power generation, LNG storage and handling, residual heating and other systems. This position also supports solar, wind and other renewable generation technologies as required. The scope of work includes all communities, buildings, plants and facilities in NTPC’s Thermal Zone. Acts as Thermal Operations’ conduit to facilitate best business practices in coordination and cooperation with Asset Management, Project Management, Engineering, T&D and IT (SCADA & Automation Operations).