Mechanical Maintenance Intern to have the opportunity to be exposed to the utilities industry and will perform and assist in routine mechanical maintenance including inspections and repairs.
Performs routine mechanical maintenance work including inspection, repair and lubrication of plant equipment to ensure availability, reliability and to maximize efficiency of plant equipment and processes. Mechanical equipment projects may include but are not limited to:
Performs project management assistance and coordination to facilitate safe, accurate, and efficient implementation of the following:
Absorber cleaning Lubrication of plant equipment
Hydro laser Vacuum truck
Assists with the installation of new replacement mechanical equipment and related components while insuring safe and reliable operations. Supports long term maintenance programs to support equipment including:
Maintains proficiency through continuous learning and regulatory compliance from various agencies to ensure safety to self, others and equipment. Agencies include, but are not limited to: NFPA, OSHA, EPA and the State Department of Health.
Participates in training and completes qualifications to support State and Federal requirements
Recommends continuous improvements to maximize implementation and effectiveness of Coal Creek Station’s mechanical work practices.
Complete specific training to enhance knowledge and skills for required safety regulatory process and system technologies within plant ownership areas.
Drive GRE vehicles to other sites.
Must be enrolled in a mechanical maintenance technology curriculum from an accredited institution. General mechanical knowledge and experience obtained through co-op, internship and/or work experience is preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Knowledge of general mechanic maintenance procedures and techniques including welding, lubrication, etc.
Knowledge and skills needed to assist all aspects of mechanical maintenance in a complex industrial electric plant, including maintenance management activities for immediate and long term needs
Skills and ability to learn, interpret and follow standards, safety procedures, regulatory and environmental compliance practice in support of GREs safety program, environmental management system and Coal Creek Stations Mechanical safety program
Ability to perform both light and heavy rigging on all types of jobs as well as plan assigned jobs
Ability to use a variety of hand tools, power tools, and measuring devices
Ability to read and comprehend training materials and apply concepts on the job
Must possess good customer relations, communication and technical skills.
Must be able to travel to various locations throughout the plant sight including climbing on pipe or scaffolding and perform maintenance inside vessels and confined spaces. Must work around, over and under large equipment and at heights on mobile lifts. Conditions include extreme temperatures, hot and cold, high noise levels, occasional heavy lifting, dust, wet, electrical hazards and outside work under all weather conditions. May be asked to work overtime and shift. Must work around chemicals, gases, and high pressure steam, and at times may travel away from regular work place. Required to wear personal protective equipment. Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the job.
E&I Technician Internship at our Coal Creek Station in Underwood, ND. Will assist with routine and emergency maintenance on electrical, instrumentation, and control systems to ensure a safe, efficient and reliable electric plant operation. The duration of this internship will be the summer of 2019 (May – August).
Coal Creek Station is the state’s largest power plant, featuring two units with a generating capacity of more than 1,100 megawatts. The fuel source for the plant is lignite coal, supplied by the adjoining Falkirk Mine. Coal Creek Station has been a top performer in several national rankings of power plants as it is one of the most reliable and cost-efficient in the country.
Perform calibration, predictive, and preventative maintenance on a variety of complex industrial electrical and instrument & control systems to ensure plant availability and to maximize efficiency
Provide E&I assistance on new and existing plant equipment to ensure safe and efficient plant operations
Assist in the completion of projects
Must be enrolled in college or completed curriculum from an accredited institution.
Must be enrolled in a two year associated degree OR within a Post-Secondary program.
Focus within electrical, electronic, HVAC/refrigeration or instrumentation and controls.
Have an overall GPA of at least 3.0
We have several clerical positions we are looking to fill at this time.
Part time and full time positions available.
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We are currently recruiting for an Admin temp to help with a project for our client in Bismarck.
Successful candidate will be entering data into templates, in MS ACCESS.
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We are looking for 10 individuals from a varied background to serve as a panel for a focus group.
The event will take place January 24, 2019 starting at 9:30am.
If you are interested in joining this event, please contact Todd in our office ASAP.
Pay is $14/hour and lunch will be provided.
Work activities involve assisting attorneys in the prosecution and litigation of criminal and civil matters on behalf of our client. Incumbents work closely with attorneys who make the final decisions regarding all legal work on behalf of our client. Independently performs an extensive degree of research, fact finding, and analysis associated with a broad scope of cases which the supervising attorneys process.
time Responsible for researching, analyzing, and summarizing federal and state statutory case laws, administrative rules, regulations, administrative and judicial decisions, documents prepared by opponents and other sources as requested by attorneys.
time Determines problem resolution alternatives and make recommendations to attorneys.
time Responsible for composing, preparing, and ensuring accuracy of various legal documents, including but not limited to; notices, answers, subpoenas, complaints, pleadings, motions, briefs, orders, affidavits, findings of fact, conclusions of law, judgments, releases, sheriff’s certificates, research memorandums, correspondence, interrogatories, consent agreements, discovery documents, arguments, objections, leases, contracts, opinions, etc.
time Assist attorneys in preparation for trial and preparation of trial materials as instructed by attorneys.
Essential Job Duties:
Conduct legal research utilizing a variety of methods.
Identify problem resolution alternatives and make recommendations to attorneys.
Prepare and ensure accuracy of legal documents.
Locate and assure availability of witnesses for trials, hearings and depositions.
Assist attorneys with trial preparation and preparation of trial materials.
Provide legal information through verbal and written means to staff and the public on matters as compliance with laws, procedures, status of cases, etc.
Provide training and guidance to other legal assistants and staff.
Organize workload to ensure all documentation, reports, and schedules are accurate and in proper form to assist legal staff.
Maintain a positive and productive work environment by effective communication, a professional manner and teamwork with the State’s Attorneys office, other departments and members of the public.
Apply appropriate general or specific guidelines to appropriate duty.
Job Qualifications, Experience and Education:
Must have a bachelor’s degree with a major in paralegal, legal assistant studies or pre-law and two years of paralegal or legal assistant experience that includes application of research and analysis to draft proceedings, discovery documents, motions, briefs and other legal documents. Work experience as a Certified Legal Assistant may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis.
Must efficiently operate a computer with knowledge of word processing and Westlaw software.
Requires knowledge of legal terminology forms and files.
Requires a high degree of written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to handle multiple duties and priorities under limited supervision.
Applicant will be subject to post-offer civil and criminal background check.
Working Conditions/Physical and Mental Demands:
Physical environment consists of a desk job in the standard environment. Some exposure to elements of weather if traveling to other counties in the regional jurisdiction.
Will include physical motions of finger dexterity for frequent use of PC keyboard and monitor, sitting, standing, walking, and climbing stairs.
May endure high levels of stress when required to appear before court with little or no notice, meeting standard deadlines, and dealing with irate members of the public.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Salary: $20.00 to $22.50 /hour
Our client is currently in need of 1 additional Mechanical Maintenance candidates.
If you are a recent grad from a tech trade school with a degree in Mechanical Maintenance, you are strongly encouraged to apply.
This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door at a power plant in the Bismarck Area!
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