Company: RigUp
Skills: Commissioning Engineer / HUC, Electrical Technician, Electrician
Experience: 7 + Years
Education: Tech/Vocational Cert/Apprenticeship
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Houston, Texas, United States

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

Located in region: North America


  • Based in Downtown Houston office, with initial travel to sites in Texas to perform battery O&M. Provided company truck and tools/equipment.
  • Ideally have prior experience with utility-scale battery O&M, including detailed technical understanding. Related technical experience also acceptable; training will be provided.
  • Schedule, organize, and perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on battery O&M sites as required by our contracts. Need to read and be familiar with those contracts.
  • Manage third-party contractors performing maintenance.
  • Serve as our in-house resource on battery related issues:
    • Support business development efforts, including proposals and sales pitches to customers
    • Support any due diligence efforts that may come up
  • Liaise with other groups as required to complete our contractual scope
  • EH&S group
  • Regulatory group
  • Asset Management group


Detailed Job Description:

  • Maintain records in a computerized system for both planned and unplanned maintenance.
  • Track and manage inventory using an Owner's cost software management system.
    • Update inventory as parts are consumed and as new parts are received.
    • Perform annual physical inventory.
    • Make recommendations to Owner regarding inventory stocking levels deemed beneficial to operations.
    • Manage parts storage.
  • Perform monthly, semi-annual and annual Planned Services on equipment. Document processes and procedures in accordance with manufacturer specifications. All below listed equipment will be visually inspected and tested in accordance with specific manufacturer guidelines to include supporting communication cables, management system, terminal connecters, etc. Inspections will focus on potential damage, abnormalities, blockages, warning indicators, water leakage, sealing strips, etc.
  • Battery Banks
  • Power Conditioning Units
  • Inverters
  • Contactors
  • Containers or Enclosures
  • Grounding System
  • Transformers
  • Switch Gear
  • HVAC
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Vegetation Management
  • Revenue meter
  • Site Security
  • Roads, right-of-way, erosion
  • Animal/pest control
  • Communications equipment
  • Remote monitoring software
  • Emergency procedures
  • Energy management system
  • ERCOT data requirements
  • Repair of failed equipment where possible in accordance with prudent industry practice.
  • Replacement of failed equipment where repair is either not possible or deemed not prudent.
  • Manage warranty claims regarding failed equipment
  • Fully comply will all electrical safe practices
  • Carry out control of hazardous energy (LOTO)
  • Ensure subcontractors comply with safe practices.
  • Manage a qualified local contractor for Planned and Unplanned Services on the following equipment. All events to be entered into a services log to include deficiencies and recommended remediation.
  • Monitoring and Dispatch - Coordinate with Owners to identify optimal support model for:
  • Perform Unplanned Services
  • Safety