Student: Heating/Cooling Plant Operator
Student: Heating/Cooling Plant OperatorRequisition Number:
3CU00:Utilities & Energy ManagementWork Location:
Lexington, KYSalary Range:
$16.25 - $18.50Type of Position:
StudentPosition Time Status :
0Required Related Experience:
Standing or walking with objects up to 50lbs; Repetitive motion. May be exposed to loud noises, fumes, confined spaces, and/or temperature extremes while reviewing a job-site(s).Shift:
Shifts [7:00am – 3:00pm; 3:00pm – 11:00pm; & 11:00 pm – 7:00am].
Hours of work may vary dependent upon situational factors and crisis management, requiring some night(s), weekend(s), and/or holiday(s) response.
This position will assist Heating/Cooling (H/C) Operator IIs in preventative
maintenance with all H/C Plant equipment. The primary responsibilities
include: assist in maintenance and safe operation of mechanical and
pneumatic equipment at the H/C Plants; maintain records of maintenance
and repair; maintain, install, and operate equipment at H/C Plants;
proper steam pressure and chilled water temperatures; maintain/operate
boilers and associated equipment; fill and drain boilers; assist in training
monitoring of General Maintenance Worker IIs in coal bed/boiler
operations; feed coal into boilers; maintain a uniform coal bed; remove
ashes and empties coal accumulation; keep job site clean; respond to
emergency situations and other duties as assigned. This position is
required to follow the instructions of the supervisor relative to safety issues
as outlined in Physical Plant Division and University Policies and
Procedures. Must be able to work overtime when required. In addition, this
position requires frequent climbing to various height levels; crawling into
tight places; significant lifting, pushing, and/or pulling of 50 lbs. or more.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be frequently
exposed to extreme temperature conditions (boiler room, steam pits,
outdoor weather, etc.); hazardous chemicals and fumes.
NoDeadline to Apply:
05/09/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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