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Job Role SummaryOverall responsibility for operations, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and inspection of the Medium Voltage (MV) and Low Voltage (LV) AC power generation, components and grounding system of the electrified fracturing spread. Perform lockout/tagout procedures. Oversee and verify proper execution of rig up/down procedures. Certify ready to run status to site supervision and suspend site operation if safe operation cannot be assured. Monitor for safety hazards. Promote safety awareness and comply with all safety and HSE policies, procedures and regulations. Job tasks, correctly performed, impact directly on cost containment, efficiency, profitability or operations. Fundamental skills are typically acquired through completion of accredited OSHA or NETA certification training. Job specific skills are acquired through targeted vendor and equipment OEM training. Prefer at least 5 years of experience in heavy industrial environment. State electrician licensure or certification desired. General KnowledgeAuthorized LOTO UserOSHA 30 Hour General Industry safety training or equivalent (awareness level) Provides technical support to and mentors subordinatesFunctionally supervises a limited number of assigned personnelInterpret schematics and wiring diagrams Role Specific Knowledge:Specific hazard training Low voltage and medium voltage AC definitionsArch flash phenomenaUses proper precautionary techniquesIdentifies low and medium voltage safety hazardsDistinguishes exposed live parts of electrical equipment.Determines the voltage of exposed live parts.Safe operation of switchgear and circuit breakersSpecific LOTO proceduresProper selection and use of PPEInsulation and shielding materialsSystem grounding and fault currents Operates relevant testing equipment (Megger, Fluke 1630 ground tester, or equivalent)Operates electric fracturing equipmentManages routine and preventative maintenance of electric fracturing equipmentTroubleshoots electric fracturing equipmentDetermines level of necessary repair and performs repair or obtains third-party repairPerforms or oversees electrical rig up and rig down tasks Performs or oversees and verifies proper site and equipment groundingProvides verification of power system ready-for-service statusProvides accurate guidance to the site supervision in the event of a safety hazard or improper system function OSHA 30-hour General Industry training reference syllabusModule 1A: Introduction to OSHA and the OSH ActModule 1B: Basic Safety OrientationModule 2: Walking & Working SurfacesModule 3: Emergency Action PlanModule 4: Hazardous MaterialsModule 5: HazwoperModule 6: Personal Protective EquipmentModule 7: Confined Spaces & Permit Required Confined SpacesModule 8: Lockout/TagoutModule 9: Materials Handling & StorageModule 10: Machine Guarding SafetyModule 11: Welding, Cutting, and BrazingModule 12: Electrical SafetyModule 13: Hazard CommunicationModule 14: Hazardous Substances & Industrial HygieneModule 15: Bloodborne PathogensModule 16: Record Keeping & ReportingModule 17: Workplace ViolenceModule 18: Safety and Health ProgramsModule 19: ErgonomicsModule 20: Hazards of Asbestos in the WorkplaceModule 21: Lead Safety in the WorkplaceModule 22: Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation SafetyModule 23: Formaldehyde AwarenessModule 24: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazard Materials World Class Benefits:Medical, dental, vision, coverage in addition to life and disability insurance plansPaid Vacation Days, Paid Holidays and the ability to purchase additional days offRetirement and Savings (401K) Plan with a matching contributionFamily Care program including paid time off to care for sick or injured immediate family members, adoption reimbursement, paternal and maternal leave for baby bonding and more.Employee Job Referral Bonus ProgramEmployee Stock Purchase ProgramEducational Assistance Compensation InformationCompensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. LocationOpportunities may exist in multiple locations. Job DetailsAdditional Locations for this position: Requisition Number: 74186 Experience Level: Job Family: Support ServicesPSL: Maintenance PSL Full Time / Part Time: Full Time Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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