Duke Energy Planner Work Management in Belmont, North Carolina
Title: Planner Work Management Location: North Carolina-Belmont-DE Carolinas-Allen Stm Stn (209) Job Number: 135874
Responsible for developing plans that facilitate work execution. Planners are expected to develop plans that are barrier free, including verifying that materials and resources are available to execute work plans. The Planners will also facilitate process improvements to make work plans more productive and cost competitive. The Planner will communicate regularly with the Supervisors and Equipment Experts/Owners to ensure job plans are up to date and improved and that work is being planned according to the appropriate priorities.
Responsibilities: •Analyzing resources (time, tools, & materials) necessary for efficient completion of job. •Research, plan, and improve upon work orders to meet station availability and reliability goals •Work to develop aggressive job plans that factor in past lessons and process improvements •Establish and maintain equipment histories by ensuring proper equipment codes, failure codes, and trends. •Supports outage planning process •Supports safety and environmental program compliasnce •Support and follow processes of the Coal Fleet Operating Model Qualifications: Basic/Required Qualifications: •Associate Degree from an accredited university or college and 3 years power plant or industrial experience; or 7 years related worked experience in lieu of a degree
Desired Qualifications: •Experience and demonstrated written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present information, facilitate meetings and provide direction to others •Experience and demonstrated computer skills including the ability to use various applications such as Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint), work management system (Maximo), Plant Information (PI) programs. •Working knowledge of overall operating fundamentals and principles of generating station systems, equipment and processes •Bachelor of Science Degree from an accredited university or college •Demonstrated ability and previous experience in understanding, interpreting, communicating and analyzing financial data •At least 5 years of plant operations experience Job: Fossil, Hydro and Renewable Generation