Under the direction of the Director provides civil and hydrological support for structures both in operational and capital repairs and replacement. 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 related to spillways, penstocks, culverts, canals, flood gates and stop logs. 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.
In a highly confidential setting and under the direction of the Director, Human Resources, the Health Specialist will be responsible for identifying hazardous agents - chemical, physical and biological - in the workplace that could cause disease or discomfort, evaluating the extent of the risk due to exposure to these hazardous agents and the control of those risks to prevent ill-health in the long or short term. This is a term position for approximately six months.
Provides direct supervision and team leadership to the Operations Work Unit in planning and administering operation, preventative maintenance and capital construction to ensure the efficient and reliable operation of:
- The Twin Gorges Hydro Plant
- The Taltson Hydro transmission system and associated high voltage substations
- Standby Diesel Plants in Fort Smith, Fort Resolution and Buffalo Junction
Under the direction of the Director of the Hydro Division, is responsible for providing mechanical technical expertise and field engineering support services for the operations and maintenance of power systems and all mechanical assets for NTPC’s Hydro Division generation.
Acts as Hydro Operations’ conduit to facilitate best business practices in coordination and cooperation with Asset Management, Project Management and Engineering. Works closely with the maintenance planners and managers to determine best practice for maintenance strategies.
We are seeking a heavy equipment/ diesel mechanic to work as a member of the Mechanical Services Team performing advanced Journeyman level mechanical work and system diagnoses in support of diesel generation and hydro generation as well as associated support equipment. The work will consist of maintenance and overhaul of engines, generators, pumps, compressors, radiators, heat exchangers, oil/ fuel systems, governor systems, turbines, cooling systems, vehicles including but not limited to pavers, loaders, skid steers, graders, excavators, dozers, backhoes and trucks as well as Hydro mechanical equipment.
The successful applicant would also be expected to Diagnose, service and repair various systems found on pieces of heavy machinery such as mechanical controls, computer electronic controls, air brake systems, transmissions, high voltage generators, propane powered equipment and hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
The work often requires considerable standing, bending, crawling, lifting, climbing, pulling and reaching. Confined space entry will also be involved.