many half-way decent jobs available

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by VoodooMojo, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. VoodooMojo

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    EXAMPLE:::



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    Job: Senior Generator Technician


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    LocationMiami, FL Salary/Pay RateUp tp $30/hrEmployment TypeFull Time





    Job Description
    We seek a Senior Generator Tech to assume broad technical and management responsibilities required in the installation, service, and repair of power solutions equipment. These generator sets are used in a variety of applications from emergency stand-by to peak shaving, co-generation and prime power plants paralleled to the grid



    You will:
    • Provide technical support to clients as required in all phases of installing and supporting power generation equipment particularly large stationary systems.
    • Perform maintenance and repairs on generator products.
    • Troubleshoot electrical issues to include 1 phase and 3 phase AC electricity and DC control circuits.
    • Troubleshoot and repair DDEC issues
    • Troublesoot and repair voltage regulation issues
    • Handle all basic repairs without supervision
    We currently have two available opportunities with our client, One in Panama City and another in Miami.
    You have:

    • In depth experience (5 + years minimum) with all components of power gen systems – engines, generators, switch gear, & load banks, etc.
    • Must have experience working with DDC and MTU products.
    • Up to date knowledge of computer and software systems used in the control, testing, and diagnostic procedures of high tech power gen equipment.
    If you qualify for this excellent opportunity, contact us immediately.
     
  2. VoodooMojo

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    Another::::




    <H1 class=jobtitle>Job: Senior Generator Technician

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    LocationBaltimore, MD Salary/Pay Rate$75-85k yearly + bonus potentialEmployment TypeFull Time

    </H1>Job: Senior Generator Technician

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    LocationBaltimore, MD Salary/Pay Rate$75-85k yearly + bonus potentialEmployment TypeFull Time



    Job Description
    If you have well developed skills in a technical support role with generator sets, automatic transfer switches, switchgear and related equipment and you’re ready for a significant career boost, this might be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for! Over the last 60 years, our client has developed a solid reputation as a one-stop provider of power generation equipment and services, and are pioneers in the development of Green Energy resources.
    We seek a Senior Service Tech to assume broad technical and management responsibilities required in the installation, service, and repair of power solutions equipment. These generator sets are used in a variety of applications from emergency stand-by to peak shaving, co-generation and prime power plants paralleled to the grid

    You will:
    • Provide technical support to clients and to your internal staff as required in all phases of installing and supporting power generation equipment (sizes to 3.0 megawatts).
    • Manage the activities of a group of up to twenty power gen technicians.
    • Serve as a technical resource in the engineering, sizing, and installation planning for high tech engine driven power generators.
    You have:
    • A clearly demonstrated track record of success installing, maintaining, and repairing high tech power generating equipment.
    • In depth experience (10 + years minimum) with all components of power gen systems – big bore engines, generators, switch gear, & load banks, etc. Experience with the switching, paralleling, & control technologies required for multiple systems that support medical, military, government, and data processing sites is highly desirable.
    • Up to date knowledge of computer and software systems used in the control, testing, and diagnostic procedures of high tech power gen equipment.
    • The ability to manage a highly trained group of installation and support technicians dedicated to superior 24 x 7 service.
    • Occasional overnight travel may be required.
    • Residence in the greater Baltimore area will be required. Relocation assistance will be provided.
    This is an opportunity to join the staff of a stable company that is well known for designing and installing well designed, dependable, state of the art power gen systems and for providing all post installation support required to keep that equipment operating at peak performance.
    You’ll receive top pay and excellent benefits in a great working environment. And you’ll be able to keep your skills up to date with the latest cutting edge technologies through a variety of company paid training programs.
    If you qualify for this excellent opportunity, contact us immediately.
     
  3. loosewire

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    No reponce to your Information,Don't know what going on
    with all these guys looking for work.They say 60 % of
    umemployed are living at home,another thing to note,brokers
    are worried that when they try to sit down with baby boomer
    parents,they don't want to talk about leaving the nest egg
    to the kids.We are talking about a high percentage of
    parents.The brokers are concerned that there usual long term
    percentage won't be there because the parents are going to spend
    the money on themself's,leaving no money for kids and no commission
    for brokers.The brokers were expecting the commissions due to the
    economy,big surprise.
     
  4. VoodooMojo

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    These two jobs are reflective of the 20 or so a week that filter in through my mailbox.

    $80K+ per year with no schooling or degrees.

    Looks like experience is still worth its weight in gold.

    These jobs usually go to people who have very little experience because most others are afraid to apply thinking they dont have the knowledge.

    Power Generation is serious business and potentially dangerous, but probably not as brain-racking as IT stuff that can pay much less.
     
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