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Typical Responsibilities Include: • Utilizing various reference tools and materials to accurately maintain company’s geospatial electric asset records in AutoCAD • Creating accurate mapping products utilizing data acquired from a variety of sources including but not limited to paper and electronic design drawings, cadastral information systems, and aerial imagery • Performing basic mathematical calculations to support and update company’s Franchise and Ad Valorem tax information databases • Maintaining a safety conscious work environment by following company safety protocols and safe work practices; and performing other responsibilities and duties as assigned
Receive, identify, store, distribute, inventory, pick, pack, and ship materials, supplies, components and equipment in the most efficient manner.
• Handle and validate confidential information such as invoices and program applications for accuracy of data and completion of required information for program qualification. • Ability to review and enter data with a high level of accuracy. • Research and analyze to resolve customer issues and provide solutions and recommendations by applying established policies and procedures for the energy efficiency and income qualified programs. • Process applications, complete multiple assignments simultaneously, including research of missing information, verifying account status, and making contact with internal / external customers. • Gathers documents and researches data on assigned topics, using databases, files, spreadsheets, or other sources. • Support other areas of responsibilities including but not limited to energy efficiency income qualified and program support call types • Experience meeting performance metrics including quality and productivity. • Promote a safe working environment. • May support incoming program support calls.
Working under limited supervision, performs a variety of assembly operations associated with the manufacturing of explosive products, small mechanical or electro-mechanical parts, or equipment housing or large equipment such as engines, engine and PTO drive trains, gas compressors, control equipment, covers/cowlings, related connecting lines, etc. Assembly process may include fitting, mounting, alignment, adjusting, operational testing, repairs, in-depth troubleshooting and diagnosing, and training of other personnel. May also hand-assemble detonating devices and other explosive products, operate and program semi-automated manufacturing presses and automated powder weighing machines, and maintain and issue safety equipment. 1st shift position 6:00am - 2:30pm
Performs routine and some non-routine testing/analyzing processes with demonstrated proficiency. Has some latitude for problem-solving,. Works under general supervision for repetitive tasks, and under direct supervision for new tasks. Skills typically acquired through 1-2 years working in a related technician capacity.
Under direct supervision, trains and becomes familiar with the chemical hygiene plan and the current HSE laboratory safety standards. Follows prescribed safety rules and regulations in performing assigned duties. Performs duties to conduct prototype or laboratory tests following prescribed procedures. Learns to build equipment and/or perform basic material or environmental tests using basic techniques with electrical/electronic, chemical, and mechanical equipment. Learns to documents test data for reporting purposes. Maintains files and documentation related to test equipment and test results of equipment. Job tasks, correctly performed, have minimal impact upon the viability of the organization. Skills typically acquired through eight (8) hours of college chemistry (required).