As The Hydro Operator, you will be held accountable for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance (O&M) Hydro Facilities. As well as ensure safety, environmental, production, and annual budget targets are achieved while providing support to project upgrades and construction of future projects. Additionally, monitor and assess the performance of Hydro Facilities, through day-to-day checks and through annual operating reviews, including production, corrective, and preventative maintenance programs.
Why you should apply
Excellent work-life balance
Hybrid work from home schedule (Mon-Weds in office, rest WFH)
Strong company core values and a positive team oriented culture.
Perform daily O&M duties and inspections to maintain facility equipment and grounds, reports, and assist with correcting any deficiencies
Respond to operational upsets of every nature in a timely fashion Establish and maintain a working environment conducive to teamwork, creativity, and positive morale.
Carry out hydrometric monitoring through the collection of hydrometric, water quality, and meteorological data Maintain a close working and harmonious relationships with all external stakeholders.
Work with staff and service providers to maintain various stream gauges and keeping them up to appropriate standards, downloading, analyzing and compiling data to ensure operational compliance
Ensure all environmental responsibilities are adhered to on a proactive basis by working closely with conservation authorities, and all applicable government agencies, as required by the site-specific approvals, using the regulatory group to support you in this.
Submit any required reports on Health Safety & Environment, budget, production, availability, and other performance measures currently in place and to be developed.
Uphold all aspects of Health, Safety & Environmental policies, practices, and programs and work to ensure that all activities are administered with the same care and requirements such that occupational accidents, injuries, and other hazards related to activities are minimized and/or avoided.
Uphold values and consistently enhance the image and reputation of the Company
Journeyman Electrician or Millwright certification would be an asset but not required, other equivalent and directly related trade certifications will be considered.
Previous run-of-river hydro facility operations experience would be an asset.
Minimum five years operations experience.
Previous electrical wiring skills required.
Previous mechanical experience and ability to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions.
Capable of identifying and addressing problems effectively, proactively, and respectfully in order to achieve objectives.
Ability to understand technical issues and how they relate to the business