Energy Harbor at a Glance
Energy Harbor is a financially secure independent power producer and fully integrated retail energy provider focused on safe and best-in-class operations and financial performance. With its fleet of reliable generating resources, including substantial carbon-free generation, Energy Harbor is well positioned for long-term value creation and competitiveness in a low-carbon future and is focused on enabling a growing customer and stakeholder base to meet their environmental, social and sustainability goals.
About the Opportunity
As a Temporary House and Yard Laborer, you will be working in a temporary assignment lasting no more than four months or 1,000 hours. The hourly wage is $24.20. Tentative start dates for this assignment are September 26,2022 and October 3, 2022.
IMPORTANT: You must possess a computer or have access to a computer as well as have an established email address. All forms of communication regarding this position will take place by email, including job offers and pre-employment appointments. Union membership is required (IBEW L29).
Under semi-direct supervision during assigned shifts, individuals selected for this position will perform all necessary housekeeping and/or general manual work activities in assigned areas.
Responsibilities Could Include:

Cleaning, taking inventory, maintaining readiness, and issuing respirators for site use in radiological-controlled areas
Performing trash and laundry collection in radiological-controlled areas and refuse and recycling collection
Operating power-driven cleaning equipment as required
Operating and maintaining equipment necessary to successfully perform assigned tasks, equipment includes, but is not limited to: small hand tools, dollies, carts, lift gates, man lifts, pressure sprayers, fork trucks, vehicles, weed trimmers, snow blowers, bobcats, lawn mowers and farm tractor
Performing building maintenance housekeeping of assigned areas (i.e., sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, dusting, vacuuming, stripping, waxing, etc.
Maintaining restroom and locker facilities, including floors, benches, walls, ceilings, urinals, sinks, toilets, showers, fixtures, dispensers, etc. in a clean and sanitary condition
Performing grounds keeping landscaping, lawn mowing, and snow removal
Performing decontamination of radiological-controlled areas
Assigning other groups in support of safe operations and maintenance of the nuclear site
Performing all work activities in compliance with regulatory and site procedures, policies, training, and business unit objectives
Resolving, as directed plant housekeeping deficiencies as identified by various site programs, tours, walk downs, and agency inspections
Stocking inventory and maintaining anti-contamination apparel for site radiological-controlled area use
Assisting, as assigned, site electrical and mechanical sections during maintenance work activities
Performing bulk or heavy material handling such as furniture, 55-gallon drums, etc., as required
Performing all ancillary labor functions in support of plant operations by efficiently utilizing available resources
Performing other work related to the above as assigned or directed



United States Citizenship

Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent
Must possess a valid/unexpired State Driver’s License.
Obtain unescorted access to the protected area of the nuclear plant.
Demonstrate knowledge of ability to apply company and nuclear power division safety regulations, policies, and practices.
If assigned, capable of working in radiological-controlled areas, confined spaces, and within numerous other workplace environments. (i.e.; temperature extremes, grass/weed/ivy, heights, sewage treatment, restrooms, containment during sub-atmospheric conditions, hazardous materials, and workplace pathogens).
Must have the physical ability to lift and carry a minimum 50 pounds of tooling and/or mechanical parts, materials, supplies, trash, and equipment within Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lifting guides.
Must be able to stand or walk for prolonged times.

Workforce Diversity
Energy Harbor proudly supports workforce diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Unable to sponsor or transfer H-1B visas at this time.
Safety is a core value for Energy Harbor and is essential to all of our business activities. We ensure employees have the tools, information, and processes to perform their duties in a manner that assures safety for themselves, their co-workers, our customers and the public. Our goals are to provide a safe work environment, to maintain an accident-free, injury-free workplace, and to promote and maintain public safety. To meet these goals, we dedicate ourselves to achieving world-class safety standards. Energy Harbor Human Resources Team
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