Component Specialist-Electrical Equipment Exelon Quad Cities, IL

PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:- Perform Field walk down inspections and analyses for key electrical components. Provide consulting to Maintenance department in troubleshooting & repair.
- Provide expert analysis and support of plant electrical equipment condition assessment.
- Assume component ownership for plant electrical equipment and perform periodic equipment condition assessment and update the component health status in the station CHIP report.
- Manage electrical equipment testing programs for motors, electrical components, breakers, etc.
- Participate in performing CAP and PEP program analyses, resolution development and implementation for electrical component issues.
- Provide budget and business plan input (short term and long term) for electrical equipment
- Participate in working group activities with Fleet peers. Sharing experiences and lessons learned and incorporating Fleet best practices
-4 year technical degree and a minimum of 8 years of utility or related industry experience
-a 2-year technical degree with a minimum of 10 years utility or related industry experience
-2 years as an electrical FLS or equivalent naval training (chief status) can substitute for a 2 year degree
- A Level II Certification in Thermography with a minimum of 2 years field experience
- Level I Certification in Thermography with a minimum of 4 years field experience
- Certification must meet the requirements in the American Society of Nondestructive Testing guideline SNT - TC-1A. If not certified, must attain Level II certification within 24 months
-6 years of electrical equipment maintenance experience
- Must have good interdepartmental communication skills (verbal and written)
- Strong personal computer (PC) knowledge
- Electrical equipment design knowledgeIND-1


- Responsible for component ownership which includes ongoing equipment condition assessment and performing continuous reliability improvement as well as management of associated O&M Costs for key electrical plant equipment. Maintaining communication and working relationships with the respective system engineer/manager to ensure appropriate operations and maintenance decisions are made is a primary responsibility. Managing the motor testing/monitoring technology and providing expert analysis will be expected. May be required to obtain certification in Thermography, Lube Oil, Ultrasonics and/or Vibration analysis.

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