Supervise the workers in operating the turbine driven generators.
What does a Head Turbine Operator do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in operating turbine-driven generators in steam-electric generating plant: Reviews work orders from STATIONARY-ENGINEER SUPERVISOR or SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR to determine specified power necessary for allocating load capacity to turbines. Notifies TURBINE OPERATOR to increase or decrease power loads to turbines and to transfer loads when equipment malfunctions. Evaluates reports from TURBINE ATTENDANT and observes recording instrument readings to determine operating status of equipment.