Critical Facility Generator Technician

Job Overview
Our client in the Marion area of IL has an excellent opportunity for a Critical Facility Generator Technician!
 

Responsibilities:

  • Scheduled maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of standby power equipment. You will troubleshoot, repair, and maintain engines used in standby power equipment – Diagnose trouble, disassemble engines and examine parts for defects and excessive wear. Candidate must have basic knowledge of electrical components.
  • Accurately troubleshoot, repair, and diagnose both routine maintenance and emergency services on a variety of state-of-the-art critical equipment systems such as: diesel generators, gaseous generators, etc.
  • Accurately troubleshoot and diagnose all problems with power generation equipment, including problems with Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS), and generator controls AC and DC.
  • Make repair recommendations to customers; order appropriate parts to complete repairs.
  • Perform routine maintenance on equipment according to established guidelines and schedules.
  • Refuel generators during maintenance.
  • Process required paperwork within deadlines.
  • Maintain part inventory of service truck.
  • Changing of engine fluids and filters.
  • Engine repairs (wide variety of diesel and gas engines).
  • Electrical and Control diagnosis
  • Load-Bank Testing/Certifications.
  • Emergency Response.
  • Utilize measuring equipment including multimeters, ammeters and megohmmeters for the diagnosis and repair of equipment.
  • Assist lower level Field Service Technicians in completing work assignments, as necessary.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
  • Perform all work in accordance with established quality standards and safety procedures.

 

Requirements:

  • Degree relating to diesel and/or natural gas engines, generators, and automatic transfer switches, or 5-7 years of experience working with critical equipment systems such as: diesel generators, gaseous generators, etc.
  • Previous experience servicing: CAT / Caterpillar; Cummins; Generac; Kohler; etc.
  • Solid Understanding of Critical Electrical and Mechanical equipment as it relates to generators.
  • Work on a flexible work schedule 24x7x365 and respond to emergency calls as needed.
  • Participate in the rotating responsibility of a 24/7 on-call technician rotation.
  • Knowledge of OSHA and Lift & Shift Procedures.
  • Valid Driver’s License and clean driving record.
  • Basic computational skills, including the use of a laptop as it pertains to receiving correspondence and service tickets, as well as proficiency using Microsoft Office products and Adobe Reader.
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