Scout Clean Energy is a leading U.S. renewable energy developer, owner, and operator headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Scout is developing a MW portfolio of over 5,000 MW of wind, solar and energy storage projects across 11 US states. Scout is an owner-operator portfolio company of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners with expertise in all aspects of renewable power project development, permitting, power marketing, finance, construction, and asset management.
Made up of wind energy industry veterans who are making a difference in our world, our team’s work ethic is second to none. We identify problems, create solutions, and deliver them professionally to our customers, stakeholders, partners, and one another. We do the right thing when no one is looking because we are committed to our collective success and because we believe that our uncompromising integrity is key to the collaborative relationships that drive our business.
Do you want to help create a cleaner power supply? Are you looking to launch your career in the growing renewable energy industry? Do you have high attention to detail and the ability to prioritize effectively during busy periods? Will you work a shift position that gives you a three-day weekend every other weekend?
If you answered yes to all of these questions, then read on to learn more about the Remote Operations Center (ROC) at Scout Clean Energy.
What does a Remote Operations Center Operator Do?
ROC Operator positions are some of the “invisible” jobs that are critical to maintaining a safe and reliable electric supply. A team of operators in our Boulder, Colorado, office will provide real-time support to Scout’s growing portfolio of operating wind projects across the country. Operators use the graphical user interfaces on their large display monitors to identify potential barriers to efficient operation of the wind turbines and substation.
No two shifts will look the same, but here are a few examples of what you may encounter during a shift as a ROC Operator at Scout:
In addition, the ROC Manager will provide each ROC Operator with a set of side work to complete during slower times on shift. These tasks will be tailored to the strengths of each Operator. Some examples may include
What is the vision for success in the ROC?
Scout’s ROC will provide world-class operations monitoring with a safety and regulatory compliance focus, while optimizing asset value and operational efficiency. You will work in a place that encourages you to
Why is the ROC a great place to launch a career in renewable energy?
ROC Operators build their understanding of renewable energy generation from the ground up. Plant operations are the heart and soul of a renewable energy firm’s business and will serve you well throughout your career. Understanding what is physically happening at the facility prepares ROC Operators for roles in asset management, commodity trading, development, facility operations, site engineering, transmission, manufacturing, and project finance, among others.
Why is shift work appealing to so many people?
Scout’s ROC uses a 2-2-3 shift schedule. You would typically work a combination of days and nights over a two-week period. The big draw?
What kind of experience do I need to be successful as a ROC Operator?
Scout is accepting applications for ROC Operators at all levels.
The successful entry-level candidate’s background will look something like this:
More experienced operators may have some of the following qualifications:
What type of training can I expect to receive at Scout?
All of the specialized knowledge you need will be learned on the job – through a combination of formal training, self-study, and learning by doing. At the heart of the Operator training is the why. Not just why the ROC exists, but why the Operator performs each task required during shift. The ROC Manager’s philosophy is that by starting with “why”, and then focusing on picking the right “how” to accomplish a task, Operators are empowered with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to respond to dynamic events on shift. Once the Operator assess each situation and understands why and how, they can decide “what” to do. The steps to execute that “what” will be clearly described in standard procedures. This facilitates consistency in operations from one shift to the next and results in a highly professional way to calmly and quickly act in a dynamic environment.
Timeline, Location, and Pay
This is an open posting that will allow Scout to prepare for future ROC needs. While the role does not have a specific start date at this time, you can expect to hear back from us within one month of your application and to be considered for any roles that open within 6 months of your application.
It will be expected that the ROC Operator will work from our ROC in Boulder, CO. This is not a remote-work assignment.
This position is paid hourly based on actual hours worked.
Characteristics of Successful Scout Team Members
Invitation to Women and U.S. Underrepresented Groups
We encourage applications from all demographics and especially those that are traditionally underrepresented in the energy industry. Consistent with our core values, Scout celebrates the diversity of thought and experience that comes from a range of backgrounds including, but not limited to, gender, race, and ethnicity.
Invitation to Veterans
Scout welcomes veterans of the United States Armed Forces to apply for this position. Scout includes veterans of all branches and a diverse set of occupational specialties. We value the independent thinking, problem solving, leadership, and teamwork that our veterans have developed through their service. We welcome applications from any service and any military occupational specialty.
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For more information: www.scoutcleanenergy.com