Combined Cycle Operations Technician

Combined Cycle Operations Technician

Employment Type



Operations and Maintenance


Job Description:

Starts up and shuts down the plant equipment, including monitoring and operating the plant equipment and responding to plant upset events and emergencies.  

Performs duties outside of the control room as needed, including plant equipment rounds and walk-downs; taking and recording all necessary equipment and instrumentation readings and data; monitoring plant equipment for correct and safe operations; manually and remotely operating valves and equipment.

Maintains proper water chemistry in accordance with established plant procedures for all system/site equipment.

Performs predictive, preventative, and corrective maintenance work.   

Develops and executes work plans that include  required tools and equipment, required materials and supplies, required procedures, checklists, and drawings, etc., to safely and effectively perform maintenance and operations activities.

Performs and participates in analysis to identify potential failure modes and in identification and implementation of solutions to prevent recurrence.

Works as part of a composite crew to perform overhaul maintenance. Operates tools and equipment required to perform preventative, corrective, and predictive maintenance.

Required to work rotating shifts, and to work overtime.

Pay range- $ 53.55-65.17- pay depends upon benefits elected by each individual.

Job Requirements:

Must have:

Associates Degree in electronics area or equivalent industrial, military, or vocational training.

Three years’ experience in maintaining microprocessor, solid state electronics, process instrumentation and controls, associated piping, tubing, valves, transmitters, final control elements, electrical equipment including circuit breakers and motors, or combined cycle control room operator experience.

Initiative, ability to function independently, good judgment in decision making, good problem-solving skills, and function well in team environment.

Must have completed the following training or its equivalent or must successfully complete as part of combustion turbine technician training program: Switching and Tagging, Safety, Regulatory Training, CC Maintenance, CC Operation, CC Systems and Components, Advanced Control Systems, CC Management System and Key Processes, High Voltage Testing and Grounding.

Additional Training Preferred: CT Combustion, Hot Gas Path, Major Inspections, Turbine Generator Alignments, Welding, Rigging and Heavy Equipment

Work performed is under the direct supervision of the site management designee who will make work assignments and review the work for adequacy.  Must be able to work independently of direct supervision to perform duties of the position when supervision is not available.

Prefer prior Combined cycle power plant experience.  Must have some power plant experience.

Must be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions. Must be able to lift, climb, stoop and bend for extended periods as needed to perform job duties.

Must be able to pass Background checks, and Drug screens and any FFD required. Must be able to work rotating shifts Days and Nights, Overtime and Holidays as needed. Must be able to pass any required site or utility training.

Pay depends on benefits elected by each individual and per diem is available if eligibility requirements are met.  Send resumes to or for consideration.

GD Barri & Associates is an equal opportunity employer.

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