About the Position: This is a Hydropower Engineering position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Operations Division. The incumbent's primary duty is to perform the work as the Hydropower Maintenance Program Manager under the general supervision of a Branch/Section Chief. The incumbent will work within parameters of applicable guides, codes, policies, directives, operational agreements, and operation and maintenance manuals.Learn more about this agency
- Serves as the Hydropower Maintenance Program Manager under the general supervision of a Branch/Section Chief.
- Plan and assist supervisors/managers in the operation, inspection, and maintenance of the program's assets.
- Leads the District implementation and execution of the regional hydropower asset management strategy.
- As the district Hydropower POC for the Facilities, Equipment, and Maintenance (FEM) program, provides training and guidance to the Maintenance Control Specialists.
- Leads the development and prioritization of long-term investment strategies for operating, maintaining, repairing, replacing, or disposing of assets.
- Verifies that short term investment strategies developed by field managers are consistent and align with District/Regional long-term asset priorities.
- Develops maintenance management plans and monitors compliance.
- Serves as the subject matter expert and advisor in the field of maintenance engineering principles.
- Applies state-of-the-art engineering strategies and practices to improve material condition and equipment reliability.
- Provides expert advice and recommendations to the management team on controversial, critical and/or cybersecurity related technical issues and troubleshoots or resolves unique problems and conditions or deviations from standard practices.
50% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position up to 35% of the time.
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