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Batch Plant Operator

Gary Merlino Construction Co., Inc is a privately held locally owned and operated general contractor specializing in heavy civil construction. Over the years GMCC has become one of the largest and most diversified contractors in the Puget Sound Region, self-performing approximately 85% - 90% of all projects awarded.
GMCC’s status as a leader in the Puget Sound construction industry gives our team an opportunity to work on a variety of unique projects in the area. You will be a member of a team that provides accelerated career growth through exposure to all civil disciplines.
Stoneway Concrete, a division of Gary merlino is seeking a BATCH PLANT OPERATOR for their facility in Seattle.
Position Summary
Experienced heavy equipment operator with batching experience - general knowledge of equipment maintenance a plus.
GMCC offers a superior benefits package which includes:

  • 401K Retirement
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision
  • Defined Pension Plan
  • Profit Sharing
  • Paid Vacations
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Life Insurance / AD&D
  • Long Term Disability Benefit
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Discount Gym Memberships
If you would like to work for a company that values honesty, loyalty and customer service while providing employees an opportunity to fulfill career goals, please submit your resume and cover letter to:
We are a federal contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. We do not illegally discriminate in our employment decisions based on age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status or pregnancy, or any other basis prohibited by local or federal law.
We are also an Affirmative Action Employer and are committed to the inclusion of all qualified individuals in our employment selection process.

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Plant Control Operator In Training (Pcoit) - Reactor Operator

Job Description Working under the direction of the Operations Supervisor, Managers and Instructors, in this position the incumbent will receive nuclear training and nuclear power experience prior to obtaining a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Reactor Operator License. Upon successful completion of the training program and obtaining a Reactor Operator License, he/she will Operate or direct the operation of nuclear systems, nuclear safety-related systems, turbine-generator systems, plant electrical distribution systems and various plant auxiliary systems.

This position may direct the work of non-supervisory employees of the same or lower job classifications as required. Primary job duties include but are not limited to: 1. During classroom portion of training, participates in lectures, examinations and other training evolution's. During on-the-job portion of the training the candidate, in order to gain knowledge and proficiency in plant operations and equipment, will learn to perform control room and in-plant duties including but not limited to:

  • Operates equipment and systems in a competent and safe manner and conducts tests as required in accordance with approved procedures.

  • Observes the condition of the reactor and station equipment and makes or directs others to operate or make adjustments as required.

  • Shutdown the Reactor when it is determined Reactor safety is in jeopardy, or when operating parameters challenge Reactor Protection System set points and automatic shutdown does not occur.

  • Manually initiates Engineering Safety Features during transient and accident conditions if automatic operation was not properly initiated.

  • Performs duties and responsibilities as System Operating Representative for the Energy Control Process determining the need for and evaluating the effects of blocking.

  • Prepares clearances for maintenance/outages on plant equipment not under the jurisdiction of the system operator. Transmits and receives work requests for plant equipment outages.

  • Coordinates with the system operator and performs/directs equipment to be switched and clearances to be applied.

  • Starts, regulates, and stops remote-controlled equipment, constantly observing operation under automatic and remote-manual control by means of indicating and recording devices.

  • Operates station equipment in remote-manual mode of operation in the event automatic control is unavailable until such control is restored.

  • Synchronizes generators and lines, and controls the station generating equipment and power supply to all auxiliaries and station buses of various voltages.

  • When assigned, performs refueling activities and fuel handling activities, such as: fuel bundle movement, fuel channel inspection and fuel inventories.

  • Prepares and directs alignment of leak rate, hydrostatic, and other test procedures. Function as evolution coordinator for operations.

  • Performs procedure reviews, initiates and processes changes to procedures, creates new procedures where none exist, and walks down operations procedures as required.

  • Maintains thorough knowledge of appropriate Plans and Procedures, Radiological Health and Safety Programs, Industrial Safety Programs, Plant Controlled Access Areas and Security Procedures. 2. Performs such other related duties as assigned or as necessary.

    Candidate Qualifications Candidates must meet the basic qualifications and pass all required tests or assessments to receive consideration. Basic Qualifications Both 1 and 2 must be met: 1. A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent certificate and at least 3 years of total power plant experience.

    Total power plant experience is defined as any of the following: A. Any combination of nuclear or fossil power plant experience totaling more than 36 months; B. Total military nuclear experience of at least 72 months C.

    Combination of the above (A and B) totaling at least 36 months with military experience divided in half; D.

    Academic experience may be substituted for power plant experience as follows: i. BS Degree in engineering, engineering technology or related sciences, or professional engineering license may substitute for a maximum of 18 months of power plant experience; ii.

    AS degree in the same fields may be substituted for a maximum of 9 months of power plant experience. E. Please refer to the Institute of Nuclear Power Operators document, ACAD 10-001, Rev1 Guidelines for Initial Training and Qualification of Licensed Operators for further details. 2. Must meet one of the following criteria:

    A. At least 6 months’ experience performing plant operational duties as a qualified non-licensed operator at Susquehanna Nuclear Station (qualified for all power block and safety systems operational duties), (OR) B. At least 12 months experience performing plant operational duties as a non-licensed operator at a comparable (BWR/PWR) facility (qualified for all power block and safety systems operational duties), or 18 months’ experience at a noncomparable commercial power reactor facility (OR) C. At least 6 months experience performing power plant operation duties as an Active licensed reactor operator (per 10CFR55.53(e)) at a comparable (BWR/PWR) facility, or 9 months’ experience at a noncomparable commercial power reactor facility (OR) D.

    At least 24 months in position equivalent to the reactor operator position at a military reactor (qualified to manipulate or direct the manipulation of control rods, i.e. Reactor Operator, Engineering Officer of the Watch/Propulsion Plant Watch Officer, or Engineering Watch Supervisor/Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor) 3. Valid driver's license. 4.

    Satisfactory physical and mental condition as evidenced by successfully passing company-provided examinations in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations 10 CFR 55.11 (a) (1) and (a) (2). 5. Must meet the requirements of ANSI/ANS-3.1 1981 and REG Guide 1.8 Rev2

Time Type

Full time

Number of Openings 8

Note: You will have an opportunity to add attachments to your application. Please use this opportunity to upload your resume, cover letter, and any relevant documents . Thank you for your interest in Talen Energy!

Talen Energy is one of the largest competitive energy and power generation companies in North America. We operate power plants that use diverse fuel sources in the most attractive wholesale power markets, and sell energy to wholesale and retail customers in selected competitive markets. Our passion for excellence grows value through safe and efficient operations.

We have an inclusive, diverse, respectful and collaborative workplace, and a strong commitment to innovation, teamwork and integrity. We generate energy for a brighter tomorrow. Talen Energy is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, disability, perceived disability or any other protected characteristic as may be defined by applicable law. If you need assistance with the application process, please email us at .

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Lead Utility Plant Operator

Position Information Position Title Lead Utility Plant Operator Posting Title Lead Utility Plant Operator System Member Institution/Agency TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY (TAMU) Department UTILITIES & ENERGY SERVICES / 02-270160 Posting Number S00760FY17 Salary $21.59-$27.76 Pay Basis Hourly Job Close Date Geographic Location College Station Budget Type Budgeted/Benefits - Full-Time Is this position restricted by the Patriot Act? No Is this position D.O.T. regulated?

No EEO AA Statement The Texas A&M System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity. Position Summary Information Job Summary The Lead Utility Plant Operator, under general direction, provides technical leadership to apprentices, new employees, and personnel. Assists in the supervision of the safe and efficient operation of heating and cooling systems of the utility plant and satellite plants.

Required Education and Experience High School Diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience. Eight years of utility plant operation experience. Preferred Education and Experience Graduation from an approved apprenticeship program.

TAMU utilities plant experience. Required Licenses, Certifications, or Registrations Valid Texas Class “C” driver’s license or ability to obtain within 30 days of employment. Inability to obtain a valid Class “C” Texas Driver’s License may result in termination.

Subject to yearly Motor Vehicle Record/driver license checks. Completion of TAMU operator training program for Lead Utility Plant Operator, or completion of a single written test representing 25% of the material required to become a Lead Utility Plant Operator within 6 months of employment. Completion of hands-on testing required to become a Lead Utility Plant Operator within 6 months of employment.

Failure to successfully complete any of the Senior Utility Plan Operator testing and/or training program may result in termination. Preferred Licenses, Certifications, or Registrations Required Special Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Preferred Special Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Other Requirements or Other Factors Must have a telephone and transportation available. Ability to read and comprehend written and oral instructions.

Completion of required portion of the Operations Training Program in the designated time frame. Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others. Preferred Other Requirements or Other Factors Detailed Job Duties Duties Performed Monitors operational load, import, and makeup levels and flows and is alert to trends and changes that might signal the need for operational changes and adjustments.

Duties Performed Reviews the operational status of all central and satellite utilities plants and distribution systems to assist the Shift Supervisor in providing analysis and oversight to ensure optimization of plant performance. This may require driving a university vehicle to the satellite plants around campus. Duties Performed Assist in the training of apprentices.

Duties Performed Observe switchboard for electrical load changes. Duties Performed Checks and maintains the operational readiness of utilities operations voice and data telecommunications, including the 800 megahertz radio system, voice telephone lines and SCADA links. Reviews list of normal working hours and round-the-clock telephone numbers which can be used to minimize response time and duration of corrective action required in dealing with operational failure or environmental emergency.

Duties Performed Coordinates utilities distribution maintenance, mechanical shop maintenance and area maintenance communications in locating cross-connects and leaks within buildings. Duties Performed Assist Shift Supervisor in supervising the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the power plant and satellite plants. Duties Performed Are required to climb stairs and ladders and stand for extended periods of time.

Occasionally may need to do some heavy lifting of items. Contributes to team by working effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds.

Contributes to a safe work environment by reporting accidents and unsafe working conditions, uses proper personal protective equipment, follows safety procedures outlined in Material Safety Data Sheets, and participates in safety training.

Committed to continuously improving the quality and value of service provided to our customers. Will strive to not only meet, but exceed, customer expectations in every interaction by providing personalized and professional solutions.

Ensures that all communications to customers – both internal and external to the organization – are responsive, respectful, professional and solutions-oriented.

Are required to climb stairs and ladders and stand for extended periods of time.

Occasionally may need to do some heavy lifting of items. Contributes to team by working effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds.

Contributes to a safe work environment by reporting accidents and unsafe working conditions, uses proper personal protective equipment, follows safety procedures outlined in Material Safety Data Sheets, and participates in safety training.

Committed to continuously improving the quality and value of service provided to our customers. Will strive to not only meet, but exceed, customer expectations in every interaction by providing personalized and professional solutions.

Ensures that all communications to customers – both internal and external to the organization – are responsive, respectful, professional and solutions-oriented. Duties Performed Performs related duties as required.

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Plant Operator

Plant Operator +

Job ID :64358 +

Job Category: Trades/Facilities/Engineering +

Specialty Area: Trades/Facilities/Engineering +

Primary Shift: Day +

Work Schedule: Monday–Friday 7:00 am- 3:30 pm +

Penn Medicine Entity: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania +

Location: Philadelphia, PA +

Address: 3400 Spruce St +

Education Required: Per Position Description +

Experience Required: Per Position Description +

Employment Type: Full-Time Regular Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines.

Today at Penn Medicine, someone will make a breakthrough. Someone will heal a heart, deliver hopeful news, and give comfort and reassurance. Our employees shape our future each day. Are you living your life's work?

Position Description : The Plant Operator's responsibilities are: Maintenance, installation and repair of H.V.A.C systems and H.V.A.C. equipment.

Testing and performing preventive maintenance on H.V.A.C. related equipment. When needed, perform repairs and installation of basic Electrical systems; Plumbing systems; Carpentry and Lock repairs; Painting, Patching and Wall Coverings. Assisting other crafts as assigned.

Minimum Requirements : High School diploma or GED is required.

A minimum of four (4) years of specialized training for HVAC is required.

A minimum of 4 years full time HVAC experience with a bona fide HVAC contractor or employer is required. Experience in Healthcare facilities is desired.

Additional Information : We believe that the best care for our patients starts with the best care for our employees. Our employee benefits programs help our employees get healthy and stay healthy.

We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that includes one of the finest prepaid tuition assistance programs in the region. Penn Medicine employees are actively engaged and committed to our mission. Together we will continue to make medical advances that help people live longer, healthier lives.

Penn Medicine Live Your Life's Work EOE/AA, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran We are an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, familial status, genetic information, domestic or sexual violence victim status, citizenship status, military status, status as a protected veteran or any other status protected by applicable law.

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Power Plant Operator Senior - Relief/Maintenance

Power Plant Operator Senior

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Job no:494673 Work type:Full-time Location:Oshkosh Categories:University Staff Working Title:Power Plant Operator Senior

  • Relief/Maintenance Official Title:Power Plant Operator Senior

  • Relief/Maintenance Employment Class:University Staff FTE:1.0 Compensation:$19.30-$20.05 Terms of Employment: Continuous Position Summary:

    This position’s primary responsibility is to assist in the daily maintenance of boilers and auxiliary equipment within the Heating, Pollution Control and Chilling Plants of UW Oshkosh. Secondary responsibility is relief of Operator Seniors that are in “leave” status. In maintenance capacity, this position works in conjunction with the Power Plant Operator In-Charge in the minor and major plant maintenance, as needed.

    While in relief this position is responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of Heating, Chilling and Pollution Control equipment, records management, plant safety and security. Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-3:30 PM and fills in as relief worker for all absences of other operators.


    Maintenance and Repair1. Perform preventative maintenance on boiler/chiller/baghouse equipment and auxiliaries, as assigned. 2. Perform maintenance on boiler/chiller/baghouse equipment and auxiliaries as directed by the Power Plant In-Charge or Superintendent. 3.

    Make minor repairs of equipment while on shift. B. Operation and Maintenance of Boilers/Chillers/Pollution Control Equipment and Auxiliary Equipment1. Operate boilers/chillers/baghouse and auxiliary equipment in a safe and efficient manner. 2.

    Record hourly readings of critical plant functions and electronic control equipment. 3. Test safety devices on equipment as required. 4. Operate and maintain pumps, air compressors and motors as needed.

    C. Operation and Maintenance of Coal and Ash Handling Equipment1. Operate coal conveyors as needed. 2.

    Remove ashes from boilers and pollution control equipment during shift throughout the coal-burning season. 3.

    Load ashes into dump truck for disposal. 4. Operate front-end loader to move coal as needed. D. Testing and Treatment of Heating/Chilling Plant Waters1.

    Test and record water quality in boilers, chillers, softeners and reverse osmosis system. 2. Add chemicals and blow down water systems to maintain water quality within parameter limits. 3. Regenerate softeners as needed to insure quality water.

    E. Records, Reports, Safety and Security; Other Duties1. Accurately read and record all required plant gauges, controls and meters. 2.

    Record all operational conditions of the shift in the “Plant Operations Log”. 3.

    Frequently inspect the plant for abnormal conditions; including fire, steam or water leaks and intrusion onto plant property. 4. Perform other duties assigned. Qualifications Required: 1.

    The candidate must possess thorough knowledge of equipment, materials, methods and practices of the operation of coal fired, oil fired and gas fired central plant boilers. 2. Thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety requirements of boiler plant operations. 3. Knowledge of codes and standards related to boiler operations and maintenance. 4.

    Knowledge related to performing tests on safety devices, air compressors, steam turbines and pumps. 5. Knowledge of baghouse equipment related to operations and maintenance. 6. Have mechanical ability to perform major maintenance on boilers, chillers and baghouse equipment under the direction of the Heating Plant Superintendent. 7.

    Ability to operate and maintain coal conveyors and ash handling equipment. 8. Perform water quality testing for boilers, chillers, softeners and reverse osmosis system. 9. Accurately read and record all required plant gauges, controls and meters. 10.

    Ability to read, interpret and disseminate information contained in technical manuals, repair bulletins, blueprints, drawings, schematics, specifications and related instructional materials. 11. Effective interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Preferred: To Apply:

    Applicants must submit thefollowing documents using the online application: Cover Letter, Resume, Contact Information for 3 Professional References For questions regarding your application and additional options to apply, contact Human Resources atrecruitment@uwosh.eduor 920-424-1166. Application Deadline:

    TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by June 7, 2017 are ensured full consideration.Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee. Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.

    Incomplete and/or late application materials may not receive consideration. If you have questions regarding this recruitment, or if you are not able to complete the application online due to a disability or system problem, please contact the Office of Human Resources. Advertised:24 May 2017Central Daylight Time Applications close:

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Plant Operator Assistant(S)

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  • Baton Rouge/Port Allen

  • Port Allen, LA, USA + Commensurate with experience + Hourly + Full Time Medical, Dental, 401K, Profit Sharing, Paid Vacation and Holidays and more! Email Me Similar Jobs Email Me This Job Plant Operator Assistant(s) The Kelly Group is Looking for You!

    Fabrication and Construction Experts with a commitment to Safety as strong as the projects we build. Established in 1983 in Decatur, IL with facilities in Decatur, IL, Lafayette, IN, West Memphis, AR, and Reserve, LA. Nearly 700 employees company wide over a 9-State Construction Market.

    Excellent compliance record, revenue growth, and exceptional employee retention. 30 New Positions in Port Allen Louisiana! Supervisors, Safety, Mechanical Millwrights, Barge Cover Handlers, Plant Operator Assistants QUALIFICATIONS Overall Purpose and Objective of Position General Summary This position works with the Housekeeping foreman and control room to perform a variety of operations related task including loading dust / screening trucks, operate the truck dumps during harvest seasons, take bin measurements, collect samples as needed and otherwise perform any/all related activities as directed. Industrial Construction Experience Preferred.

    Will consider related experience and or training. For consideration, fill out an application. Must be able to obtain a TWIC Card Equal Opportunity Employer The Kelly Group

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Plant Operations Engineer

Plant Operations Engineer Department: Facilities Management Schedule: 2nd/3rd Shift:

FT Hours: Job Details: + 3-5 years of experience preferred + Responsible for the operations portion of plants. Monitors and operates process control equipment, including valving, packaging, and engineering.

Interprets plant procedures. Operate and monitor boiler, A/C and associated equipment in a safe and energy efficient manner for the health, safety, and comfort of the patients and staff. Position Qualifications:Five years previous work experience as a Boiler Operator/Plant Operator.

Demonstrate good working knowledge of boiler operations or training from a Technical School. Possess stationary engineer's license/certification. Four years HVAC experience and ability to read blueprints, interpret instructions and prepare specifications.

Ability to work independently is a must. Physical Demands: Prolonged, extensive, or considerable standing/walking, reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling and crouching.Lifting material up to 50 lbs, additional/higher lifting requirements with assistance. Close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

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Plant Operations Manager - Levindale

Plant Operations Manager

  • Levindale Job Details: Ensure highest reliability of comprehensive facility maintenance in accordance with LifeBridge Health mission and values.

    Oversees daily maintenance requirements for the campus and buildings. Plans for maintenance and evaluates work performed. Requirements: Basic professional knowledge; equivalent to a Bachelor's degree; working knowledge of theory and practice within a specialized field.

    Bachelor's degree in Engineering, significant experience in hospital and/or research facilities is mandatory. Knowledgeable in Federal and State regulatory requirements. Computer literate. 7+ years of experience.Microsoft Office Suite, Basic computer skills, Standard Office Equipment, Critical thinking skills, Utility management, HVAC equipment, refrigeration equipment, Food service equipment, Joint Commission management, Nurse call system, and fire alarm system.

    Driver's License. A demonstrated knowledge of Joint Commission/CMS accreditation, building and fire codes, life safety, and building systems specific to hospitals, preventive and predictive maintenance. Approvals and disapprovals on connections to emergency power systems; advice on equipment installations, design of small engineering projects, review plans, recommend mechanical/electrical systems, and provide technical assistance as required.

    Facility: Part of LifeBridge Health, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital has been carrying out its vision for nearly 125 years to provide quality health care and forward-looking programs for people who are elderly or disabled. It was the first facility in Maryland to implement the Eden Alternative program for elder care. Levindale is a smoke-free workplace.

    M/F/PV/IWD Employer Requisition Number: 41007 Department: Plant Operations

  • L4040 Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day shift Hours:

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Corporate Director Of Plant Operations And Construction

Who We Are Cornerstone Healthcare Group is a leading long term acute care hospital group (LTAC) committed to improving the health and well-being of patients by providing an environment of continuous process improvement, teamwork, integrity, fiscal responsibility and endless customer service. Cornerstone, with its recent merger of Solara Healthcare, is headquartered in Dallas and owns 18 hospitals in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona, West Virginia and Oklahoma. Why Work for Us? Our hospitals offer competitive compensation and benefits, but that is not why our employees come to work for us. As a Cornerstone employee, you are truly a valued contributor to our team. It is no wonder why our employees gave us high scores in both overall satisfaction and employee engagement in our latest Cornerstone Employee Partnership Survey. Our Core Values are woven into the fabric of our culture and engrained in our employees and how they perform their jobs every day Overview Director will be responsible for establishing corporate standards and best practices, vendor relationships, and providing leadership and support to all facility managers in an effort to effectively and efficiently operate all Cornerstone Properties. This position will have specific knowledge of The Joint Commission, Environment of Care requirements, NFPA Standards, Building Codes, Hospital Safety Considerations, General Contracting, and Environmental Hazard Remediation. Defines and develops project solutions that are cost effective, yet fully compliant with operational needs for patient safety and care. Supports all physical plant construction, renovation, restoration, and major repair programs at any facility associated within Cornerstone. Serves as a resource in building systems and construction methods specifically in a health care environment. Develops concepts and plans for facility growth or change in service as well as capital upkeep and replacement. Serves key role as advisor to each individual facility managing director to assist in growth planning as it relates to buildings and campus needs.

  • In collaboration with a hospital’s Environment of Care (EOC) committee, hospital Regulatory Managers and Corporate Leadership - develops and directs the implementation and execution of operational strategies for ensuring: + Organizational compliance with federal and local government mandates and regulatory requirements (NFPA, CMS, DOH, The Joint Commission, OSHA and any other applicable hospital specific requirements and standards)

  • Provides leadership for safety assessments and participates in creating of the activities of patient safety, environmental rounds, documentation reviews, site surveys, TJC, Fire / Life Safety inspections and Statement of Conditions.

  • Provides education and consultation on applicable regulatory processes, policies, and procedures while communicating literature-based ideas regarding effective patient safety strategies to others within the organization.

  • Determines the degree of compliance with applicable standards, specifically NFPA101, Life Safety Code-SOC/ILSM, Safety Management, Security Management, Hazardous Materials and Waste Management, Emergency Management, Fire Safety Management, Utilities and Equipment Management, to include integration into Construction and Renovation Management, as directed.

  • Develops goals and objectives to integrate and align with hospital organizational goals and departmental standards.

  • Mentors and develops regulatory, quality, managerial and technical leaders at the hospital level to the highest professional and performance standards through appropriate training and accreditation.

  • Assures the organizational alignment to hospital structure, procedures, processes and resources for the successful implementation and execution of an integrated quality program meeting the needs of the client while conforming to applicable.

  • Healthcare quality and regulatory requirements.

  • Collaborates with corporate clinical team for regulatory compliance in managing, facilitating and implementing a building management review process.

  • Plans work activities, establishes work priorities, multi-tasks workload, manages confidential information and responsive to changing work priority.

  • Works effectively with all levels of hospital staff, administration, medical, and corporate staff. Qualifications + Bachelor's degree required in engineering or equivalent level of education or experience (i.e., through military or trade school).

  • Three years of hospital experience in engineering or safety management (mechanical, electrical, civil, biomedical, safety officer, or occupational safety and health specialist), including at least two years in a consulting capacity.

  • Working knowledge of Joint Commission Environment of Care Standards (required) including Life Safety Code (NFPA101), EPA, OSHA, local, state and federal codes as applied to healthcare facilities and experience with a minimum of two Joint Commission accreditation surveys.

  • Specialized knowledge of building systems, utility systems, and fire protection systems (smoke detection and sprinklers) desired.

  • Familiar with standard medical concepts, practices, and procedures.

  • Familiar with standard infection control issues, especially those pertaining to construction.

  • Current certifications and/or licenses registration in a field related to plant, technology, and safety management, such as Certified Health Care Facilities Management (CHFM) or Certified Health Care Safety Professional (CHSP).

  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally.

  • Detail orientated.

  • Ability to work independently. ID: 2017-4858

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Utilities Plant Operator - Journey

Position Summary Facilities at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a diverse, environmentally and safety conscious, and effective organization comprised of innovative professionals whose mission is to deliver remarkable customer service in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations of university facilities, grounds and infrastructure. The Utilities Operations division of Facilities Operations is currently seeking qualified candidates to consider for the Utilities Plant Operator position at the Steam Plant. The primary purpose of the Steam Plant is to operate all boilers in a manner that will provide the steam to the university community for food preparation, comfort heating, domestic hot water and humidification in required quantities at the proper time, in a safe, economical and efficient manner.

Primary duties include: 1. Observe, monitor, and operate one (1) 40,000 pound per hour and three (3) 50,000 pound per hour boilers and all related boiler plant machinery; 2. Operate the Computerized Boiler Control System; 3. Perform both corrective and preventive maintenance as required, to insure a smooth and constant flow of steam to the campus around the clock; 4. Conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on the campus steam and condensation distribution systems as required; 5. Other duties as determined by supervisor.

ESSENTIAL TASKS INCLUDE: * Operate and control boilers using HMI System loop commanders.

  • Operate and control boilers using HMI Computer Interface Unit.

  • Perform all necessary plant configuration changes to safely and efficiently supply campus with steam.

  • Blow down magnetrol low level cutout switch.

  • Blow down reliance boiler safety device.

  • Blow down visual water level indicator.

  • Blow down boiler mud drum.

  • Monitor continuous blow down system.

  • Perform the required valve line up to burn fuel with in the 1 hr allowance when curtailed from natural gas.

  • Receive daily fuel oil deliveries.

  • Add required fuel oil additive to each load.

  • Remove and clean oil guns.

  • Clean up any oil spills or leakage that occurs.

  • Perform operating equipment flushes.

  • Tour plant and inspect all equipment at beginning of shift.

  • Attend turnover briefing.

  • Review narrative and equipment logs.

  • Discuss any abnormal conditions or evolutions in progress.

  • Conduct hourly tours of plant and monitor parameters at operator interface unit.

  • Take and record pressure and temperature readings on designated equipment four-hour intervals.

  • Listen for unusual noises, watch for adverse conditions and keep a keen sense of smell for hot conditions or possible electrical wires burning.

  • Perform all scheduled preventive maintenance.

  • Conduct valve, steam trap and steam strainer maintenance as scheduled.

  • Perform all corrective maintenance actions required on the shift to ensure continued plant operation.

  • Perform routine housekeeping of building and plant.

  • An additional major purpose of this position is the monitoring, testing and treatment of boiler water, feedwater, and condensation to prevent damage to equipment due to corrosion, scale and/or solids in the system.



  • Must have valid driver’s license. * NIULPE 2nd Class License or equal class or grade operator. Will consider alternate license.

Special Instructions to Applicants This position is a mandatory position as defined in the Adverse Weather and Emergency Event Policy

. You must complete and submit an electronic application for employment to be considered. Application must include complete work history. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing an electronic application. The application must be completed in full detail for your qualifications to be considered. Applicants have the option to upload with their electronic application the following documents: * Resume

  • Cover Letter

  • List of References Your application to the position will not be complete until you receive an online confirmation number at the end of the process of applying for a position.

Recruitment Range: $34,485 - $35,675 Org #-Department: Utility Operations - 56406 Type of Appointment: 1.0 (Full-Time) Number of Months per Year: 12

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