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Working As A Generator Operator

  • $27,080

    Average Salary

What Does A Generator Operator Do At Daemen College

* The responsibilities of the position will include, but may not be limited to:
* To work with shop employees, provide training and insure that all work is performed in a professional manner following all applicable safety rules and regulations.
* All grounds maintenance including grass cutting, trimming bushes, planting flowers, snow removal, salting roads and sidewalks.
* Moving furniture, hanging pictures, banners and other signage.
* Assembling, repairing chairs, desks, shelving units, etc.
* Maintaining college vehicles and equipment, checking oil and gas, cleaning equipment.
* Assist with event set ups and breakdowns as needed.
* Any other duties which may be assigned by the Foreman or Physical Plant Director

What Does A Generator Operator Do At Iowa Employer

* include the following.
* Other duties may be assigned
* Grain Quality & Handling
* Take responsibility for good grain condition, and monthly facility inspections, as by OSHA inspection standard
* Maintaining grain inventory moistures and temperatures of silos and tanks
* Performs the dumping and receiving of producers' grain
* Work Schedules
* Completes all assigned tasks according to work order estimates and their daily work schedule
* Delivers to customers products and services that are sold by the branch on schedule
* Displays reliable attendance and schedules time-off with advance notice
* Customer Service
* Keeps the Location Manager informed of operational, customer, vendors, or employee issues that may arise
* Promotes the business with existing and potential customers
* Projects a positive attitude to customers and employees at all times; exhibits good customer relations skills
* General Maintenance
* Performs required preventative maintenance and have all preventive maintenance reports turned in on time
* Assist in chemical shed with automated load out system
* Assist with NH3 plant and dry fertilizer plant
* Safety & Organization
* Cleans up grain spills; assists in keeping all inside and outside work areas extremely neat and orderly
* Continuously follows the company employee policies, safety guidelines and safety programs established by Key Cooperative
* Completion of safety reports and required records
* Assists with grain movement between bins as needed; assists in emptying bins asneeded using proper bin entry procedures
* Completes other duties as assigned

What Does A Generator Operator Do At Houston Methodist

* 1. LEADERSHIP a.
* Provides care to increasingly complex patients and coordinates the interdisciplinary team. b.
* Identifies and presents areas for improvement in patient care or unit operations and offers solutions by participating in unit projects and shared governance activities. c.
* Identifies leadership opportunities for professional growth of peers. (People) d.
* Provides input into the unit resource utilization including unit capital and operational budget needs. (Finance) e.
* Contributes to meeting departmental financial target on unit-based scorecard. (Finance) 2.
* PATIENT/FAMILY-CENTERED CARE a.
* Develops and updates plan of care in partnership with the patient and family using the nursing process, incorporating the patient`s priorities and abilities. (Service) b.
* Establishes mutual educational goals with patient and family, provides appropriate resources, incorporating planning for care after discharge. (Service) c.
* Supports patients and families in preventing/resolving clinical or ethical issues. (Service) d.
* Contributes to meeting departmental target for patient satisfaction on unit-based scorecard. (Service) 3.
* CLINICAL JUDGEMENT/CRITICAL THINKING a.
* Follows the nursing process, modifies care based on continuous evaluation of the patient`s condition, demonstrates clinical problem-solving and critical thinking, and makes decisions using evidence-based analytical approach. (Quality/Safety) b.
* Plans for routine events and anticipates/prevents and manages/elevates emergent situations. (Quality/Safety) c.
* Contributes to meeting departmental targets for quality and safety measures on unit-based scorecard. (Quality/Safety) 4.
* COMMUNICATION a.
* Communicates in an active, positive and effective manner to all health care team members and reports pertinent patient care and family data in a comprehensive and unbiased manner, lis10s and responds to the ideas of others. (People) b.
* Uses a structured format for regular communication with patients and families, such as hourly rounding. (Quality/Safety) c.
* Uses therapeutic communication to establish a relationship with patients and families and communicates the plan of care. (Service) 5.
* TEAMWORK a.
* Manages usual patient assignment and other unit demands, completes patient care responsibilities in timely manner with accurate documentation, organizes multiple priorities and anticipates/plans for potential problems. (Quality/Safety) b.
* Uses downtime efficiently, aware of team members` workload, consis10tly offers assistance, and responds positively to requests for assistance from other team members. (People) c.
* Supportive of change initiatives.
* Adapts to unexpected changes. (Growth/Innovation) 6.
* SAFETY a.
* Reports --near misses-- as well as errors promptly and consis10tly to improve systems and processes and identify trends. (Quality/Safety) b.
* Collaborates with staff from the interdisciplinary team concerning safety data to improve outcomes. (Quality/Safety) c.
* Implements unit and hospital initiatives to achieve National Patient Safety Goals. (Quality/Safety) 7.
* EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE/RESEARCH a.
* Identifies areas for improvement based on understanding of evidence-based practice literature.
* Initiates evidence-based practice/performance improvement projects based on these observations. (Innovation/Growth b.
* Identifies opportunity for practice changes.
* Researches the change and presents options to shared governance and leadership. (Quality/Safety) c.
* Assures that designated core measures are met in providing care. (Quality/Safety) 8

What Does A Generator Operator Do At Union Hospital

* General MaintenanceMaintains and repairs all buildings and support equipment inside and outside of the Hospital complex
* Checks meters and gauges, performs preventative maintenance, services, cleans, repairs, and operates auxiliary equipment involved with Hospital operation
* Keeps all sidewalks, entrances, and exits around the Hospital complex free from ice and snow
* Assists in troubleshooting; analyzes, anticipates and, if necessary, takes immediate corrective action on potential problem conditions.
* Fills out proper report forms on all tasks assigned
* Assists in keeping the maintenance department and tools in clean and orderly condition
* Works overtime and rotates shifts when required
* Equipment Operator and General MaintenanceMaintains, operates, and repairs all building support equipment, such as boilers in Hamilton Center building and performs other maintenance tasks within that building
* Must have and maintain a First Class Stationary Engineer's License as required by the City of Terre Haute
* Performs preventative maintenance on all equipment, such as boilers and HVAC within the Union Hospital complex, including the Family Practice building
* Wears proper hearing protection while performing emergency generator test
* Installs new electrical circuits, lights, motors, and equipment.
* Assists in electrical modifications.
* Infrequently removes motors of all weights, sometimes extremely heavy, from very cramped spaces
* Keeps all sidewalks, entrances, and exits around the Hospital complex free from ice and snow
* Assists in trouble shooting, analyzes, anticipates, and, if necessary, takes immediate corrective action on potential problem conditions.
* Completes proper report forms on all tasks assigned
* Assists in keeping the maintenance department and tools in clean and orderly condition
* Works overtime and rotates shifts when requested
* Facilities Projects and General MaintenanceDemonstrated ability to perform all aspects of general carpentry work
* Demonstrated ability to install, repair, replace and finish gypsum board products and materials
* Demonstrated ability to install, repair, replace plumbing systems while working with copper, pvc, iron and/or cast iron pipe
* Demonstrated knowledge of NFPA, IFPA, ADA, UBC, IPC, NEC, ISBHA codes and regulations
* Demonstrated ability to perform general electrical installations (e.g., lighting/receptacles) while working with voltages up to 220 volts
* Demonstrated ability to install, repair or replace suspended ceiling systems
* Demonstrated ability to install, repair or replace vinyl floor tile systems
* Demonstrated knowledge in the proper use of power and hand tools, material application, ladders and safety, lock-out/tag-out devices
* Serves where needed during times of emergency and/or vacations.
* Will be on the stat call list during off normal hours (after 3:30 pm and Saturday/Sunday) to respond to stat calls.
* Employee will be eligible for stat call benefits as outlined in the Administrative Manual.
* Employee will be assigned a pager
* Displays a positive appearance, including appropriate uniform as outlined in the employee handbook
* Works overtime and/or rotating shifts when requested
* Demonstrates knowledge of , observes, and complies with Hospital and Departmental policies and procedures
* Utilizes appropriate reference materials such as employee handbook, departmental procedures, safety manual, equipment manual, etc
* Exhibits dependability, including reporting to work on time and working all scheduled shifts
* Follows daily work schedule as assigned maintaining proper productivity standards
* Maintains all equipment in clean condition for the next shift
* Performs other duties as assigned

What Does A Generator Operator Do At Volt Information Sciences

* Performs duties and responsibilities which may include, but are not limited to, any combination of the following tasks:
* Use of hand and electric tools for drilling and assembly of acrylic sheets to FRP frames.
* Measuring, cut and mechanically connect wires to terminals, connectors and devices.
* Level and align to vertical (plumb) FRP frames.
* Secure anchors to drywalls

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Average Length of Employment
Unit Operator 4.4 years
Generator Operator 4.0 years
Utility Operator 4.0 years
Slitter Operator 4.0 years
Relief Operator 3.9 years
Coater Operator 3.8 years
B-Operator 3.8 years
Winder Operator 3.8 years
Extrusion Operator 3.6 years
Extruder Operator 3.5 years
Finisher Operator 3.3 years
Batching Operator 3.1 years
Machine Operator 3.0 years
Mixer Operator 2.9 years
Cell Operator 2.9 years
Operator 2.8 years
Filler Operator 2.8 years
Blender Operator 2.8 years
Oven Operator 2.7 years
Packaging Operator 2.5 years
Line Operator 2.4 years
Pack Out Operator 2.3 years
Assistant Operator 2.3 years
Stacker Operator 2.1 years
Top Employers Before
Cashier 13.4%
Operator 6.5%
Supervisor 4.5%
Manager 4.5%
Internship 4.1%
Technician 3.1%
Top Employers After
Cashier 6.7%
Internship 5.9%
Owner 4.8%
Assembler 4.8%
Manager 4.8%
Operator 4.4%
Technician 4.1%
Supervisor 3.7%
Specialist 3.3%

Generator Operator Demographics

Gender

Male

69.0%

Female

29.3%

Unknown

1.7%
Ethnicity

White

78.8%

Hispanic or Latino

12.2%

Asian

6.5%

Unknown

2.0%

Black or African American

0.5%
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Languages Spoken

Spanish

55.6%

German

11.1%

Portuguese

5.6%

Irish

5.6%

Chinese

5.6%

French

5.6%

Swahili

2.8%

Cantonese

2.8%

Russian

2.8%

Arabic

2.8%
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Generator Operator Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

11.6%

Sinclair Community College

10.5%

Kaplan University

8.1%

Indiana State University

7.0%

El Paso Community College

5.8%

The Academy

5.8%

Kellogg Community College

5.8%

Pennsylvania State University

4.7%

American InterContinental University

4.7%

George Washington University

3.5%

University of Rhode Island

3.5%

Kansas State University

3.5%

Auburn University

3.5%

Fox Valley Technical College

3.5%

Kean University

3.5%

Dyersburg State Community College

3.5%

Western Michigan University

3.5%

Northeastern University

3.5%

Nevada State College at Henderson

2.3%

Hinds Community College

2.3%
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Majors

Business

29.8%

Criminal Justice

7.4%

Accounting

6.5%

General Studies

5.8%

Computer Science

4.9%

Electrical Engineering

4.9%

Finance

4.3%

Nursing

4.0%

Management

4.0%

Mechanical Engineering

4.0%

Communication

3.1%

Health Care Administration

3.1%

Psychology

2.8%

English

2.5%

Sociology

2.5%

Computer Information Systems

2.5%

Marketing

2.5%

Electrical Engineering Technology

1.8%

Automotive Technology

1.8%

Pharmacy

1.8%
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Degrees

Other

32.9%

Bachelors

31.3%

Associate

13.5%

Masters

13.0%

Certificate

6.0%

Diploma

2.4%

Doctorate

0.5%

License

0.3%
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Top Skills for A Generator Operator

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Top Generator Operator Skills

  1. Safety Standards
  2. Safety Procedures
  3. Production Process
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Conduct safety inspections and ensure compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Completed health and safety procedures to stay aware of potential dangers in company.
  • Monitor Production equipment and report equipment defect for repair to keep the production process constantly going.
  • Supervised Staff for Daily Operations* Operate Zamboni for ice resurfacing* General Maintenance for building, answer phone calls and customer service
  • Logged and reported routine and emergency generation facility events.

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