Employer: Northern Star Resources
What’s the role?
The Electrical & Instrumentation Technician reports to the Electrical & Instrumentation Supervisor, and the primary role is the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical infrastructure systems.
• Complete regular schedule compliance work to a high standard.
• Installation of fixed plant electrical conduit and infrastructure.
• Diagnosis, maintenance and breakdown repairs of electrical infrastructure and telemetry completed to a high standard, to code and in accordance with MSHA regulations.
• Liaise closely and maintain effective communication with Electrical Supervisor and other key Stakeholders.
• Rigorous cost management. Avoid rework and unnecessary use of parts/services.
• Continuously review scheduled jobs to identify opportunities for improvement.
• Highlight equipment defects and issues effectively utilising the electrical management process.
• Carry out and provide input to the development of and follow SWP’s/JHA’s/WPI’ ensuring risks are mitigated, and safety standards are met. Undertake team-based risk assessments as required.
• Ensure correct electrical testing is completed to comply with standards and that all documentation is recorded correctly and in a timely manner.
• Ensure all safety related activities are completed in accordance with Company policy such as Hazard ID’s, pre-start checks, pre-start meetings, and incident reporting as required.
What are we looking for?
You’ll be a highly detail oriented individual who will display behaviour consistent to our Northern Star Values of Safety, Teamwork, Accountability, Respect and Results, looking to work with the business for the long term and be an integral part in its future growth and development.
• Minimum 3 years relevant experience in the electrical trade, mining industry preferred.
• Experience with NEC code and PLC programming would be advantageous.
• Experience working on high, medium and low voltage equipment
• Instrumentation experience with flow management, PH analysers, level control and various PC instrumentation.
• Experience utilizing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
• Computer literacy – Microsoft Office, etc.
• Good communication skills.
• Flexibility to adapt to improved procedures and practices.
• Awareness of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Act & Regulations.
• Be able to pass a background check and post offer physical.
Working a 3 week on, 3 week off, (schedule can be flexible - 4 weeks on, 2 weeks off, 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off, etc could be available) rotating schedule of days and nights, up to 12 hours a day or more at a remote campsite. Extreme conditions, including but not limited to extreme and changing weather conditions, dust, mud, varying levels of noise, varying degrees of light and dark, in and around artificial light and in a confined work area.
Employees are required to stay on site at the company provided camp during the work rotation. Camp facilities provide dining service, games room, exercise & weight room, sauna, and accommodation rooms. Dormitory rooms have a land line phone, great Wi-Fi & cable TV. Cell service is available through Wi-Fi. The Company provides a bus service to and from Fairbanks, Delta Junction and Tok, Alaska.
Contact Person: Stephanie Lesmeister
Location: Near Delta Junction, Alaska
Application Method: Email
Base Pay: Starting around $90,000 per year
2011 W. Washington Ave
Yakima, WA 98903