Remote Operations Center Operator
Updated on 4/5/2024
Origis Energy

51-200 employees

Renewable energy solutions for decarbonization and power generation
Company Overview
Origis Energy, a leading renewable energy and decarbonization solutions platform in the U.S., is at the forefront of the transition to a carbon-free future with its customer-centric approach and wide range of sustainable solutions. The company's competitive edge lies in its comprehensive offerings, including grid and distributed power generation, clean hydrogen, and long-term operation of solar and energy storage plants. With its commitment to expanding and reimagining its contribution to global net-zero goals, Origis Energy demonstrates industry leadership in the renewable energy sector.
Data & Analytics
Energy

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$1.9B

Founded

2008

Headquarters

Miami, Florida

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

4%

1 year growth

24%

2 year growth

27%
Locations
Austin, TX, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Operations & Logistics
Quality Control & Compliance
Supply Chain Management
Requirements
  • Two-year college degree in Electrical Technology, other engineering related degree, or 1-3 years relevant work experience
  • NERC System Operator Certification is a plus
  • SCADA systems knowledge, familiarity with ERCOT ISO operating requirements preferred
  • Experience demonstrating skill handling multiple tasks simultaneously at various stages of completion
  • Ability to communicate detailed information accurately to internal and external customers
  • Remote work is not available for this position
  • Must be willing to work all shifts, weekends and holidays on a rotating 12-hour basis
  • Ability to pass a background check
Responsibilities
  • Monitors performance of solar power plants and BESS/storage systems
  • Rotating shifts for constant 24/7 monitoring and evaluation of system conditions
  • Coordination of planned and emergency maintenance from ROC
  • Recognize abnormal system operating conditions and respond timely to field upset conditions and alarms
  • Accountable for safe, reliable, and compliant daily operations for all sites
  • Complies with applicable NERC standards and procedures
  • Ability to assess risk and resolve problems in a timely manner
  • Report, log, analyze and maintain accurate records of system conditions
  • Performs other duties as assigned