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Overview | He whakamārama

Operator maintainers work across our renewable and thermal power schemes and are responsible for hands-on operations and maintenance tasks across all units of our complex power generating systems. They are pivotal in ensuring that Genesis can safely operate our generation assets within environmental and business guidelines.

The Work | Ngā mahi

As an operator maintainer, you will:

  • Maintain and monitor the condition of the power scheme and respond to defects when they occur
  • Implement plans and undertake preventative and defect management of generation and auxiliary assets
  • Assist in major works, such as unit updates and outages
  • Ensure maintenance related documentation and records are up to date
  • Oversee work activities to ensure safety, quality, and efficient use of resources
  • Working Environment | Wāhi mahi

    This kind of work is shift work, four days on and three days off or four 10-hour days. The four shifts are normally split into two-night shifts and two-day shifts. Work is based at the Power Station where most of your time is spent on your feet in noisy and hot environments.

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    Tools and Equipment | Taputapu

    Operator maintainers work with a variety of tools and machinery, such as:

  • Side cutters
  • Pliers
  • Drills
  • Uniform

    Operator maintainers are based at the Power Station in dangerous conditions so wear steel cap boots, bright orange overalls (or hi-vis clothing), earmuffs, safety glasses and a hard hat.

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