**Production Specialist – I&C (S) – Plant Port Everglades**
**Date:** Oct 27, 2022
**Location(s):** Ft Lauderdale, FL, US, 33316
**Company:** NextEra Energy
**Requisition ID:** 62144
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**Position Specific Description**
This position sits within the Power Generation Division which is responsible for all NextEra Energy’s non-nuclear generation operations. The plant is in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. Combined, the units total 1290 megawatts. This is a 12-hour rotating shift position and reports directly to the Production Leader.
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This is a multi-functional classification that combines the skills of a plant Control Center Operator with that of a instrument & control maintenance journeyman discipline. The individual functions to provide real time surveillance and operation of all control room systems and equipment, operates controls and supervises instruments inside a control room containing boiler, turbine, generator and transmission line control boards. Under direct or general supervision, directs the operation of all plant equipment as required to maintain proper operating conditions. May perform maintenance duties when not required to work in the control room, to the extent that he/she is capable, qualified and able to perform in a safe manner.
**Minimum requirements for job:**
1. Must be qualified in instrument & control maintenance journeyman discipline.
2. Must have held, or have been previously qualified to hold, the operator “A”, or turbine operator position, or equivalent.
1. Assures appropriate configuration of plant control room systems.
2. Monitors performance and operating characteristics of boiler, turbine, generator and transmission line, and operates associated controls taking necessary actions to prevent or limit failure and optimize efficiency.
3. Completes appropriate documentation for accuracy of accounting and/or equipment history.
4. Identify equipment problems prior to lost function of the unit.
5. Issues and/or executes in-plant clearance orders as required.
6. Functions as designed in support of other classifications and their respective accountability.
7. Performs associated responsibilities according to the rules incorporated in the safe work practices handbook and the Memorandum of Agreement.
8. Functions as a instrumentation and controls technician as needed.
**Employee Group:** Bargaining Unit
**Employee Type:** Full Time
**Job Category:** Power Generation Bargaining Unit
**Organization:** Florida Power & Light Company
**Relocation Provided:** No
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