Longview Power offers the unique opportunity for qualified professionals to work on an innovative new project. Challenges and opportunities abound for energetic professionals in our dynamic, fast-paced environment. The project location is an added bonus for those who enjoy a vibrant community including a major university and the great outdoors. Please see our current opportunities below.
The IC&E Supervisor
reports directly to the Maintenance Manager and is responsible for all
electrical, instruments, and control activities associated with the plant. The
IC&E Supervisor is responsible for Supervising Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical Technicians (Levels 1 - 3)
and leading in troubleshooting, testing, maintenance, calibration, and proper
operation of all instrumentation, control systems (specifically Siemens
SPPA-T3000 with Automation server (S7-400-4H) , and Turbine control system (SIMATIC FM 458), switchgear, batteries and
electrical support systems, and electrical equipment in the plant. This person
will attend meetings, schedule work activities with Planning, Operations, and
all other disciplines of the plant. This
person will carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Longview
Power’s organization's policies and applicable laws.
This position reports directly to the Engineering Manager and is responsible for managing the daily operation of the power plant chemistry, chemical laboratory, and Asset Manager of the Dunkard Creek Water Treatment Facility. The Chemistry Supervisor will develop, direct, monitor, analyze, and maintain the power Plant Chemistry program. Areas of responsibility will include Condensate, Boiler Water/steam, circulating water, FGD, SCR, coal, natural gas, CCBs, sewage treatment, and all Plant Effluent and Discharge Waters. Responsibilities include development of chemistry procedures, monitor frequency of sampling, provide leadership to chemical technicians, and use chemical engineering principals to provide technical support for the Longview 700 MW Supercritical Coal Fired Generating Station.
The Environmental Engineer reports to the Engineering Manager and is responsible for developing and managing Longview Power’s environmental program, and assisting the plant in maintaining compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. This individual will build relationships with the various Local, State, and Federal regulatory agencies, provide quality assurance of environmental program in support of the Longview Power’s 700 MW Super Critical Coal Fired Generating Station. A strong emphasis on air emission monitoring, testing, reporting and recordkeeping is required for this position.