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Prepares project scope of work to be performed, including materials procurement, contractor selection, bid packages, scheduling contractors, etc.

Inspects plant equipment, buildings, structures and grounds, and reviews service requests from other departments for workers to perform work to plan labor pool utilization and establish priorities, projects and schedules.

Confers with craft personnel on status of on-going projects and number of workers required to determine allocation and assignment of human resources in labor pool.

Assigns job priorities to assigned personnel for performance of work requested, completion of on-going projects, considering such factors as priority of project or work, type of work, and available human resources in labor pool.

Inspects projects to ensure work performed meets standards and that workers are observing established safety rules and regulations for type of work being performed.

Reads, interprets and utilizes stores catalog and equipment manuals for technical clarification and requisitioning of parts and material.

Operates computer to access Maintenance Management program for equipment history and work order review, both corrective and preventive.

Works with Maintenance Manager and Maintenance Planners to develop and maintain, daily, weekly, and monthly work schedules for planned work, while supporting emergent needs of the facility.

While on call makes decisions as necessary outside of normal working hours to support plant production.

Keeps the Maintenance Manager informed of any changes to posted schedules or failures that are Safety, Environmental, or Production related.

Provides input to Maintenance Manager for budgeting and long-term planning.

Ensures preventive and planned maintenance are kept up-to-date to conform to the desired running times and to optimize effective machinery uptime and planned downtime.

Assigns tasks to subordinates to be completed each day.

Monitors both quality and quantity of work performed daily.

Meets with Maintenance Manager to discuss daily activities, plant conditions, work scheduled for start and completion, and planning/scheduling for future maintenance activities.

Oversee employee training including internal/external training.

Leads, or participates in, RCAs to improve equipment reliability and identify failure methods.

Reviews and approves work orders; part orders and maintains equipment spare parts inventory.

Monitors work order completion to ensure accuracy of work documentation.

Monitors effectiveness of preventative maintenance program; checks PM's for proper completion and adding extra work for improved quality.

Provide direct oversight for the Work Week Management Program to include KPI reviews, Work Package Development, and PM/PdM optimization.

Position Requirements:
  • A minimum a High School or GED and 5 years EfW Plant or Coal Power Plantexperience.
  • A minimum of two years prior supervisory experiencewith greater than four years highly desired.
  • Proficient with using CMMS for Work Management planningand execution.
  • A minimum of two years' experience in planning andexecuting Major Outages, Forced Outages, and projects.
  • Proficiency with the usage of Work Week Management KPI's to improve equipment reliability.
  • Proficiency with Root Cause Analysis to improveequipment/system reliability.
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As of December 1, 2021, subject to applicable law, Covanta/Covanta Environmental Solutions (CES) will require all new hires to demonstrate that they have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by their start date.Proof of vaccination must be presented on the new hire's first day of employment.Those who qualify for a medical or religious accommodation to this vaccination requirement may request an exemption through Covanta's approved process and must do so on or before their first date of employment.Hired candidates who are not fully vaccinated by December 1, 2021, or who have not been approved for a legally-required medical or religious accommodation will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment, in accordance with applicable law.

Covanta is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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Miami, Florida

About Covanta We Help Communities Generate Energy from Waste

 Covanta (pronounced coh-van-tuh) is one of the world’s largest owners and operators of infrastructure for the conversion of waste-to-energy (known as “energy-from- waste” or “EfW”), as well as other waste disposal and renewable energy production businesses. Our company name represents the cooperation and advantages inherent in the partnerships we form to provide sustainable waste disposal solutions  for the communities and businesses we serve. Covanta operates and/or has ownership positions in over 40 energy-from-waste facilities in located North America, Italy and China. We also operate other waste management businesses such as transfer stations and metals recycling facilities complementary to our core EfW business.

Covanta-operated facilities in North America convert 20 million tons of trash annually into 9 million megawatt-hours of clean, renewable energy and create more than 9 billion pounds of steam sold to a variety of industries. Covanta’s U.S. operations process approximately 65 percent of the nation’s EfW volume and generate, in combination with our other renewable energy facilities, approximately eight percent of America’s non-hydro renewable electricity.  

Better for the Environment

Energy-from-waste is a sustainable waste disposal solution that is environmentally superior to landfills. It is a source of clean energy that reduces overall greenhouse gas emissions and is considered renewable under many state and federal laws. EfW projects also lower the risk of groundwater contamination and conserve land.

Covanta supports recycling and programs that enable communities to recycle as much as possible. As part of the EfW process, we recover over 400,000 tons of metal annually for recycling that would have otherwise been lost in landfills. Our modern Energy-from-Waste Facilities are an important element of an integrated municipal solid system that maximizes the recovery of energy and recycles metals while also minimizing the environmental impacts of materials remaining after recycling.

Studies have shown that communities that have an EfW facility typically enjoy higher recycling rates than the national average.1 Why? Processing MSW at Energy-from-Waste facilities for energy generation (steam or electricity) offsets, on average, one ton of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for every ton of waste processed. This occurs by avoiding energy generated from fossil fuels, methane produced by decomposing trash at landfills (methane is an extremely potent GHG - about 25 times more than carbon dioxide) and recovering metals for recycling.

Safe Operations

Health and safety at Covanta is a priority at our Energy-from-Waste facilities and other operations around the world. Covanta’s health and safety commitment helps maintain consistent productivity and work quality that supports our reputation as the energy-from-waste leader. We maintain a comprehensive health and safety program at all Covanta owned and/or operated facilities. Covanta is among the top ten companies in the U.S. to enter the majority of its operating locations into the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s prestigious Voluntary Protection Programs.

Community Involvement

We take pride in being a good corporate citizen. Each of Covanta’s North American EfW facilities is involved in a variety of local community programs. Our community programs are centered mainly around waste disposal and recycling. Many of our employees volunteer their time to assist in cleaning up local rivers, streets, parks, in addition to, participating in local household hazardous waste programs. We also sponsor programs to support local sports teams, food pantries, scholarships and cell phones for soldiers programs. In general, we collaborate with our communities to protect and improve the environment.

Covanta is a subsidiary of Covanta Holding Corporation, a publicly traded company (NYSE:CVA).  For more information about our portfolio of companies, please visit investor relations.

 

 

1 According to findings from the research study entitled, “Recycling and Waste-to-Energy: Are They Compatible? 2009 Update” conducted by Governmental Advisory Associate. The study was partially sponsored by The Energy Recovery Council of which Covanta Energy is a member.