Stationary Engineer I
DescriptionJob Purpose: Operate and maintain boilers and support equipment associated withthe central steam heating and chilled water systems. May be assignedresponsibility for full plant operations on a limited basis. Major Responsibilities:Operate and maintain components of boilers, hot domestic water, condensate systems, chiller, cooling tower and distribution systems including, pressure vessels, pumps, motors, piping, valves, strainers and/or controls.Operate and maintain components of control system including electrical, pneumatic and/or DDC controls.Test and troubleshoot components of natural gas and/or propane burner and supply systems including burners, pumps, piping, valves, filters and controls.May make purchases of materials and supplies required in operation and maintenance efforts.Perform other related duties as assigned.Basic Qualifications:Education: High School or GED CertificateWork Experience: Three to four years job related experienceCertifications: Class III Boiler operator license issued by one of the following organizations: National Association of Power Engineers, National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers, American Society of Power Engineers, and Georgia State Association of Power Engineers; Universal CFC Refrigerant Recovery License; and Georgia Driver’s LicenseSkills: This job requires master level skills in operation, cleaning, inspecting, adjusting, repairing, replacing, calibrating, testing and troubleshooting steam generating and distribution system. Journeyman level skills for same activities in chillers and support systems. Working knowledge of computers, controls, electrical systems. Utility services, reading drawing and specification, general construction practices, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting practices is also required.
QualificationsPreferredQualifications:Preferred Education: N/APreferred Work Experience: N/APreferred Certifications: Advanced boiler operator or inspector license, formal training program completion in related field, universal CFC Refrigerant Recovery License or other more advanced State of Georgia HVAC LicensePreferred Skills: Preferred skills include ability to operate and maintain building systems, machine tools, maintenance equipment, motor vehicles, hand/power tools, electrical/electronic instrumentation and light equipment.Additional Information:
The work environmentinvolves exposure to potentially hazardous materials and situations requiringextensive safety precautions. Work environment may include rotating machinery,live electrical circuits, high-pressure liquids and gas, and hot surfaces. Mayrequire lifting of objects up to 75 pounds. Requires accessing and working inconfined spaces (manholes, vaults, pits including 12 x 16 oval man-ways), noiseand climbing extension and other type ladders and scaffolding. May requirewearing a full-face respirator in accordance with Job:
Facilities-Operations and MaintenanceJob Posting:
Jun 11, 2019, 2:37:40 PMSchedule:
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