Power Generation and Telecommunication Field Service Manager

Peak Oilfield Service Company is recruiting for a Power Generation and Telecommunication Field Service Manager for full time work at its Palmer, Alaska facility. 

Candidates must have 10+ years’ experience in either power generation and/or telecommunication services, a strong electrical background in both AC and DC principles, SCADA, PLC, DDC controls background, a demonstrated understanding of Diesel, LNG, Propane power systems, must be familiar with regulatory codes and standards for electrical systems and power generation, generator and power plant commissioning, project FCO and regulatory compliance documentation.  The position requires remote site work experience and demonstrated experience with Alaska’s logistical challenges. Strong customer relations skills are a must as is experience in project estimating.

Job Duties include the direct supervision of field maintenance technicians; hands on troubleshooting of diesel generator sets, transfer switches, remote communication control systems, UPS and battery bank systems, estimating project costs, managing field dispatches for local and remote power and communication sites, scheduling and procurement,  the maintenance and enforcement of company safety and training standards, fleet management, the maintenance of customer site documentation and maintain  inventory and calibration of company tooling and test equipment.

Candidates with an Electrical Journeyman License and/or power generation certifications will be given first consideration. 

Successful candidates will have to possess or obtain a TWIC and NSTC card, and have or complete OSHA and HAZWOPR training.. 

This position requires occasional to extensive travel throughout the State of Alaska as required and extended stays in rural locations and at remote sites. 

Candidates must possess a clean Alaska driver’s license and DOT medical card. 

Peak is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Post offer/Pre-employment screening including drug testing, functional capacity testing and other pre-employment tests are required.  Submit resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com  or fax to (907) 263-7041. Include the phrase “Field Services Supervisor” in your email subject line and on your resume. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

Workforce Development Specialist
Peak Oilfield Service Company is recruiting for a Workforce Development Specialist to support the recruitment, selection and advancement of Peak employees in Peak’s business units in Alaska and North Dakota.  The Workforce Development Specialist (WDS) will build and implement programs designed to optimize the skills and abilities of Peak management and supervisory employees.  The WDS will analyze the existing workforce to determine the appropriate training and development tools to ensure that employees assigned to manage and supervise others have the requisite skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of their jobs.  The WDS will implement ongoing programs and training to optimize managerial and supervisory effectiveness.  The WDS will conduct follow-up reviews of all completed training to evaluate and measure results to modify programs as needed.  Strong training and training coordination skills are required.  Minimum qualifications include an associate’s degree in education, business administration or human resources and at least five years of oilfield experience in a similar position.  A clean driving record is required as is the possession of or the ability to obtain a TWIC, NSTC and CITS card.  Peak is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Post offer/Pre-employment screening including drug testing, functional capacity testing and other pre-employment tests are required.  Submit resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com  or fax to (907) 263-7041. Include the phrase “Workforce Development Specialist” in your email subject line and on your resume. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume

 

JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN

Peak Oilfield Service Company is recruiting for a Journeyman Electrician for full time work at its Palmer, Alaska facility.  Candidates must possess a Journeyman Electrician Card, have five years of Journeyman Electrician experience and two years of Industrial Electrical experience.  Must be able to read blueprints and one lines.  Must be familiar with NEC codes, and preferred candidates will have experience in: low voltage control systems; conduit bending and installation; cable tray layout and installation; HVAC and controllers programing; power generation and distribution; diesel and gas generators; AC and DC systems; battery banks and UPS systems; telecommunications; RF tower work; alternative energy installation experience; two speed contactors and VFD drives;  grounding and bonding; NECET; Telecordia and various electrical test equipment including but not limited to Midtronics, TTR, Fluke 87, AC/DC Ammeter, and Megger.  Candidates must also understand the operations of various equipment in the equipment’s entirety and the interaction between the equipment’s components.  Basic computer skills including but not limited to, full suite of Microsoft office are required.

Duties will include (but are not limited to):  Test, Trouble Shoot and Repair AC and DC electrical systems; assist in estimating project and service jobs;  work with telecommunications wiring to include but not limited to, patch panels, fiber optics, RF terminations, rectifiers, inverters, battery monitoring; complete material takeoffs, ordering and tracking; complete work order forms, trip reports and other required documentation; maintain company requirements for PPE and safe work practices.

This position requires occasional to extensive travel throughout the State of Alaska as required and extended stays in rural locations and at remote sites. 

Candidates must possess a clean Alaska driver’s license and possess or be able to obtain a TWIC, NSTC and DOT medical card. 

Peak is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Post offer/Pre-employment screening including drug testing, functional capacity testing and other pre-employment tests are required.  Submit resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com  or fax to (907) 263-7041. Include the phrase “Journeyman Electrician” in your email subject line and on your resume. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

 

 


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