Burning Plant Operator Job Description Sample
Building Service Worker (Shift 2) - Burning Tree ES, 4Hrs BSW (5:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.), Ad Closes 4/4/18.
Under general supervision, performs building cleaning and facilities maintenance work in schools and administrative buildings. Work of the class involves varied building cleaning duties and related facilities and grounds maintenance work.
Employees receive on the job training in the application of simple manual skill and use of cleaning and grounds tools and equipment, and supplies to clean interior of buildings and maintain grounds. Nature of work is repetitive and requires sustained physical effort and involves some heavy work in moving or lifting furniture and equipment with some exposure to accident and injury hazards and disagreeable elements. Employees who possess the appropriate certificate may be assigned responsibility for checking or operating heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning equipment. Employees in these classes are considered emergency personnel and are required to report to buildings during inclement weather.
(Optional) - Possession of a current and valid certificate indicating proficiency in the safe operation of low pressure boilers.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES:
Knowledge of the methods, materials and practices of building and grounds work; ability to operate and maintain custodial and grounds care equipment; including scrubbers, snow blowers, burnishers and hydraulic lifts, uses personal protective equipment and other safety tools and practices; monitors building spaces and grounds to ensure a safe and secure environment; possesses a basic knowledge of emergency response procedures. Knowledge of and the ability to meet the seven core competencies of the Supporting Services Professional Growth System (SSPGS).
EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERIENCE:
Completion of the ninth grade required. High School or GED diploma preferred.
Experience in general cleaning of buildings and grounds. Other combinations of applicable education, training, and experience which provide the knowledge, abilities and skills necessary to perform effectively in the position may be considered.
The Burning Supervisor manages flow of brick into and out to the dryer and kilns. Operates the kiln and dryer at level capable of producing the highest quality product with consideration to color, range and efficiency. Must be technically competent to handle many technical aspects of the kiln equipment, computers, and controllers. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in the operation of tunnel or periodic kilns to manufacture brick by performing the following duties.
Make sure that properly trained burner/watchman are capable operating the kilns and dryer at maximum efficiency and producing the highest quality product.
Burner/watchmen must also meed to be able to handle simple technical problems when assistance is not readily available. Perform quarterly gas leak and pressure switch checks.
Insure the inventory of parts is sufficient to address regular maintenance and emergency needs so that production runs at maximum output at all times.
Assist maintenance supervisor in the performing and scheduling regular maintenance and preventative maintenance in order to minimize downtime and overtime.
Manage operation so that safety is a priority and all equipment and operating procedures are clearly defined and employees understand the safety and hazards of their specific jobs.
Analyzes work orders to estimate worker hours and create kiln schedules that meet both internal and external needs.
Computes amounts of stock and supplies required for operations, based on production schedules, and requisitions materials from storage area. Interprets specifications and job orders to workers, and assigns duties.
Plans flow of materials through department according to customer work orders. Interfaces with others in the organization to ensure customer deadlines are met.
To conduct the business of the Company in compliance with all laws and regulations that are applicable to our business or operations at the Federal, State, and Local levels in which the Company does business either directly or indirectly.
Examines materials and clay products at various stages of processing for conformance to firing specifications.
Inspects and measures parts and products to verify conformance to specifications.
Directs workers in adjusting kilns and dryers to repair products which fail to meet standards.
Establishes or adjusts work procedures to meet production schedules.
Develops, recommends, and implements measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, and quality of product.
Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, or work crew.
Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assists workers in solving work problems.
Maintains time and production records. Develops capital equipment justifications for machine tools and process technology to improve quality, cost, and cycle times.
Estimates, requisitions, and inspects materials.
Manages subordinate employees. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of kiln operations. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
High school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
2-5 years in Production/Warehouse environment
1-3 Supervisory experience
Masonry experience a plus
Oncall availablity a must
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing
Application Specialist – Burning Desire To Learn & Get Flextime
Water Plant Operator
Water Plant Operator - $17/Hour, Full-Time, No Probationary Period, Willing to Train
Tired of your dead-end job and want to get in on the ground floor of an exciting opportunity of a plant start up? We have a break for you!
Opportunity is Knocking
James Hardie is opening a new plant in the Frederickson area and we are looking for new operators to assist with the start up. The Water Plant Operator is an integral member of the James Hardie Building Products team, responsible for working with machinery, raw materials and other employees to create high quality fiber cement building products. This position works in our outdoor water treatment facility which primarily consists of stairs and catwalks covering a large area of the plant. If you don't like the hamster-wheel feeling of the elliptical or the stair master at the gym, this could be a good alternative. This role is very active with little down time and will keep you busy all shift. The Water Plant Operator will become intimately familiar with our water treatment system and will be responsible for troubleshooting and correcting basic problems, as well as keeping the area free of buildup. You will work closely with other raw materials operators to ensure we get the best quality of raw materials with minimal interruption.
Do You Have What It Takes?
We want a burning passion for safety, product quality, customer service, and the success of those around you.
The best Water Plant Operators are self-motivated and will strive to understand complex processes and procedures and then challenge themselves and others for continuous improvement and high product quality. The most successful Water Plant Operators embrace progressive thinking and are willing to work on multiple assignments throughout the shift.
Someone with a stable work history and the ability to demonstrate past successes related to a manufacturing or similar production environment. Two or more years in manufacturing is a plus, but if you have a passion to try something new, we would love to hear from you – we are willing to train.
As a 24/7 manufacturing facility of fiber cement building products, we ask that you be able to:
Work 12-hour shifts and be open to rotating between days and nights during the start-up timeframe.
Lift up to 50 pounds on a continuous basis.
Walk, stand and/or sit for extended period of time.
Read, write and speak English.
Learn and be comfortable operating large forklifts and other heavy equipment.
Work around bulk raw materials, moving equipment, high pressure water, varying temperatures and other environmental conditions related to cement board manufacturing.
Use multiple types of personal protective equipment.
Benefits That Outshine the Others
You drive your future - we measure and reward your willingness to advance through demonstrated skills assessments and progressive internal certifications. Each employee has an active say in their own timeline for learning and career advancement.
In addition, we offer highly competitive benefits that include:
Full medical, dental and vision benefits effective on your first day of employment for you and eligible dependents
6% dollar for dollar matching 401(k) program
Catered lunch every Friday
Generous paid vacation and holidays
Job training and development
Disability Income Protection
Flexible Spending Accounts
Reduced priced Uniform Service
Employee Assistance Program
With no probationary period, you are eligible for all of these benefits starting day 1.
Get to Know James Hardie
At James Hardie Building Products we apply our science, research, and cutting edge technology to enjoy our continued status as a world leader in fiber-cement technology. We manufacture durable, beautiful building material products for the residential and commercial markets. We operate in markets around the world, spanning the United States, Europe, Philippines, Australia, and New Zealand. In the United States alone, we have 10 manufacturing plants, three regional offices and one research center.
In Tacoma, we are in such high demand that we are opening a second facility in the Frederickson area. This provides even more opportunities than ever before.
We are committed to every form of diversity at James Hardie Building Products. We firmly believe that by hiring and developing people of every background and culture it will further strengthen our company and its people.
James Hardie Building Products is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
James Hardie is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, among other things, or as a qualified individual with a disability. Equal Employment Opportunity is the law.
Nearest Major Market: Tacoma
Job Segment: Plant, Architecture, Medical, Plant Operator, Equipment Operator, Manufacturing, Engineering, Healthcare
Plant Operator - Plant Ops - Engineering Svcs
This position has access to and knowledge of extremely sensitive, private and confidential materials. Ability to maintain the highest standard is required with zero tolerance.
All the primary duties within this document will be performed according to established policies, procedures and guidelines within the department and the Medical Center.
Works under the supervision of the Manager of Maintenance Services. Receives instruction from Manager of Maintenance Services or Lead Engineer.
Has shift responsibility on nights and weekends, which include monitoring and quality checks on all plant utility equipment. Performs scheduled work request and PM's on all shifts. Acts as the Facilities Services department liaison for all staff and contracted services during off shift hours and makes determination when duty engineer or other personnel should be called.
Receives assistance from, and gives assistance to maintenance personnel when necessary. Performs all other duties as required. Performs other duties as required.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
1.Ensures all necessary task/assignments are performed on his or her shift. This includes plant rounds as well as scheduled PM's and repairs on plant and utility equipment. Acts as a contact point for utility related contracted services. Functions as part of an engineering maintenance team or works independently. Coordinates assistance from and gives assistance to maintenance personnel when necessary.
2.Schedules work orders according to priority and customer convenience schedules. Obtains and prepares materials in the most expeditious and cost effective manner possible.
3.Responds to utility failures in accordance with policy, taking, if necessary, prudent action to safeguard the life and safety of patients, visitors and other staff members.
4.4. Responsible for assuring all required documentation and paper work is completed and submitted in mandated time. Complies with all required educational and mandatory clinical programs.
5.In the absence of Director, Manager, or Chief Engineer acts as engineering representative in dealing with administrative and clinical personnel.
6.Communicates pertinent information in a professional manner to customers and co-workers providing seamless follow-up in reference to work request issues.
7.Reads, understands and complies with facility departmental policies and procedures including infection control, hazardous materials, asbestos locations and all applicable job related safety regulations. Monitors activities by contracted services to insure safety and utility integrity are maintained as not to pose any compromise to the staff and customers of NHRMC.
8.Follow all pertinent codes and regulations and assuring all work is done to a level of quality that maintains the integrity of equipment's design and performance specifications.
9.Demonstrates standard of performance (ownership, teamwork communication, compassion) that support patient satisfaction and principles of service excellence.
10. Performs other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
1.Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. Associates degree in a technical field or graduation from a trades related school preferred.
3.Experience: Five years experience in Plant Operations or seven years experience in a related mechanical field. Three years experience in Plant Operations or five years in a related mechanical field is sufficient if the applicant has completed comprehensive formal training in related technical field.
Plant Operator - Back-Up Driver - CDL A
Airgas USA, LLC is hiring a
Plant Operator - Backup Driver Sedalia, MO!
Are you ready to be part of a passionate and hard-working team eager to drive our business forward?
Discover an exciting Career with Airgas! Airgas USA, LLC, an Air Liquide company, is the nation's leading single-source supplier of gases, welding, and safety products. Known locally nationwide, our distribution network serves more than one million customers of all sizes with a broad offering of top-quality products and unmatched expertise. Airgas' customer base includes but is not limited to: manufacturing, health care, construction, energy, hospitality, food service, and so on… Bring your competitive drive to Airgas and ability to work in a fast-paced, results oriented environment
JOB SUMMARY: Performs any combination of following tasks on site in making or repackaging compressed and liquefied gas: Loads cylinders or containers on vehicles using hand truck or lift gate, and records type and quantity of cylinders. Examines returned cylinders for surface defects, such as dents, cracks, and burns and moves cylinders to designated work area. Removes cylinder cap (if appropriate for the type of cylinder involved). Inspects valves for correct CGA connection and pressure relief device. Connects cylinders to manifold and opens valves to first draw off residual gas and then evacuate cylinders. Inspects cylinder labels to assure they are correct for the service intended, legible and legal with current federal requirements, replacing inappropriate labels detected. Fills cylinders in accordance with specific guidelines either by pressure or weight, as appropriate. Weighs cylinders filled with liquid products on platform scale and records weight. Tests cylinders for leaks by brushing or spraying chemical solution around valve. Records all necessary documentation and sets a cylinder aside for settled pressure checks. Moves all cylinders to the area designated for full cylinders, out-of-test cylinders, or repair, as appropriate.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Operate and safely maintain equipment for pumping or repackaging gases into cylinders
Perform all required pre-fill and post-fill inspections and tests before cylinders are released
Ensure cylinders are adequately maintained – cylinders requiring maintenance or repair are removed from service until corrected
Regularly inspect and maintain pumping apparatus and associated pressure gages and monitoring devices
Fill cylinders or containers to proper pressure or weight, whichever is appropriate
Ensure cylinder filling records are accurately maintained and that all required procedures are followed in order to comply with local, state and federal regulations
Ensure any accident or injury is promptly reported to management
Conduct periodic checks of plant for safe and efficient operation
Operate a forklift, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment
Maintain neat, clean and orderly plant appearance
Perform mathematical calculations
Assist with loading and unloading trucks and/or trailers when required
Assist with inventory, general housekeeping, and help customers when necessary
Perform backup duties as a route driver when necessary
Additional duties as required: This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of this position. Incumbents are expected to follow any other reasonable instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required by their supervisor. Performance of this job in a safe manner and in keeping with established Airgas policies is a condition of employment
QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
High school degree or the equivalent and one to two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Ability to perform very heavy work – routinely lift 25 – 75 lbs., and occasionally lift 76 to greater than 100 lbs
Ability to perform work during prolonged standing up to 8 hours; frequent bending, stooping, crouching, reaching, grasping, feeling and repetitive motion also required
Ability to perform work during occasional climbing, balancing, kneeling, crawling, pushing, pulling and finger activities
Ability to read and comprehend Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Must be able to safely drive a forklift
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or disability
Research Associate / Laboratory Studies Of Atmospheric Chemistry Of Bio-Mass Burning Compounds
The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences(CIRES) at the University of Colorado Boulder is seeking a postdoctoralresearcher(s) to conduct laboratory research in kinetics and photochemical andheterogeneous chemistry related to the impact of bio-mass burning on atmosphericchemistry. The position is located inthe Chemical Sciences Division (CSD) of the NOAA Earth System ResearchLaboratory in Boulder, Colorado.
The successful candidate will perform laboratory experiments andcontribute to ongoing research efforts within CSD on the atmospheric fate ofbiomass-burning related compounds using a suite of laboratory instrumentation aspart of the laboratory component of NOAA's FIREX mission (https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csd/projects/firex/). The candidate will operate and maintainlaboratory instrumentation and help develop improved measurementtechniques. The candidate will analyzedata and prepare results for publication.
The candidate will be required to work both independently and incollaboration with other members of the team. The candidate should be self-motivated, technically skilled, and familiarwith laboratory procedures. Excellentwritten and oral communication skills in English are highly desirable.
The appointment is 1-year renewable with thepossibility of extension following exemplary performance. Review of applications will continue untilthe position is filled.
1.Design, plan, and perform laboratoryexperiments
2.Analyze data and interpret results
3.Maintain and develop laboratory equipment
4.Prepare manuscripts for submission topeer-reviewed journals
5.Maintain knowledge of current and relevantscientific literature
Contact information: JamesBurkholder, James.B.Burkholder@noaa.gov
1.PhD in Chemistry, Chemical Physics, orrelated field
2.Experience in chemical kinetic methods anddata analysis/interpretation
3.Experience with chemical ionization massspectrometry andpulsed laser systems
4.Experience with IR and UV spectroscopy,cavity ring-down spectroscopy, and flow reactors is desirable
Heating Plant Operator - Entry Level
Assist the Lead Heating Plant Operator in the NDSU Heating Plant with the operation of boilers burning natural gas, coal and/or fuel oil; assist in the operation of fuel systems, feed water, control systems, pumping and expansion tank systems; check and record various in-plant meters and assist in the collection of various operating and maintenance records; assist in the operation of various chemical feed systems, including making various chemical tests; perform or assist in repairs, preventative maintenance, daily maintenance and cleaning of the plant, and other duties as assigned. Operate ash system & soot blowers to remove ashes from coal boilers. Operate coal handling equipment for unloading rail cars to fill coal bunkers & storage bin.
Work schedule will be rotating shifts and position is subject to call-back 24/7.
Combined Cycle Plant Operator
Location: Channelview Cogeneration Plant
WorleyParsons is a recognized leader in providing professional services to the energy, resources, chemicals and infrastructure industries, and we continue to push boundaries and extend our capabilities around the world. We cover the full lifecycle – from creating new assets to sustaining and enhancing operating assets on a global scale – taking pride in providing safe and high-quality services that exceed our clients' expectations.
Plant Operator reports directly to the Operations Manager.
To operate a combined cycle plant (4 combustion turbine on 1 steam turbine) in a responsible, safe, and environmentally friendly manner to maximize generation, while maintaining steam generation responsibilities of the Channelview Cogeneration Plant.
Oversees the safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally sound operation of plant equipment.
Understands and executes the equipment clearance (LOTO) procedure, as well as, Job Safety Analysis/Work Authorization/Confined Space/Hot Work Permits.
Follows all plant safety procedures and participates in plant safety initiatives/programs.
Participate in training and promote the Company's policies through actions and conduct.
Follow all Company policies and expectations and behave in a manner that promotes the Company's vales and positively effects morale.
Properly operates HRSG, steam turbine, gas turbines, plant auxiliary equipment and systems during normal and emergency operation.
Performs water analysis of HRSG water and make necessary adjustments to chemical feed to maintain water quality to within desired specifications.
Aligns plant equipment; makes necessary adjustments to plant systems/equipment as directed by Control Room Operator.
Operates various manual valves throughout the plant site.
Takes direction from the Control Room Operator or Head Operator.
Communicates information clearly, both orally and written.
Assists others in performance testing of equipment/systems.
Assists in on-the-job training of other Operators.
Troubleshoots plant equipment to resolve operational problems.
Generates and reviews Work Requests for execution of equipment repair.
Operates various computer systems (DCS/PLC) to receive, analyze, comprehend and input data.
Able to complete site specific Plant Operator Quals within 6 months of hire date, and able to complete Head Operator Quals within 2 year after Plant Operator quals completion.
Monitors and records data available through the use of various instruments, recording charts, annunciator systems and other monitoring devices onto shift logs as directed by plant operational procedures.
Assists in providing skill enhancement training to other personnel.
Assists in development, review, and revision of plant operating procedures.
Implements Plant Emergency Procedures as needed.
Operates electric generating units to control flow and processing of electrical energy.
Observes variations in operating conditions and take appropriate actions.
Monitor off-loading of Aqueous Ammonia and other bulk chemicals at the site.
Interprets meter and gauge readings of various pieces of equipment/systems.
Completes appropriate rounds readings, equipment PMS and other inspection documentation.
Uses loose and tight fit respirators.
Assists maintenance personnel in performance of maintenance activities to include use of tools, equipment and Company vehicles.
What you will bring
High School diploma or equivalent.
2 or 4 year degree in a technical field – preferred.
Combined Cycle Plant Operator experience (3-5 years or more) - preferred.
Combustion Turbine Operation (3-5 years or more) – preferred.
Plant Operator experience in the Power Industry (5 years or more) - preferred.
Ability to use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to perform flow, pressure and meter calculations.
Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand English.
Reads and interprets blueprints, schematic diagrams, P&IDs, procedures and technical manuals.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of power plant operations, systems, and equipment.
Ability to analyze and interpret data to make sound recommendation on plant components.
Use trouble-shooting skills to solve problems.
Uses hand and power tools and equipment.
Directs activities of others and provide job instructions.
Communicates conditions of plant system and equipment to others.
Applies knowledge of steam power plant operations and basic power plant principles to daily decision making and work tasks.
Good computer skills (Microsoft Office programs) to complete operational spreadsheets and print or email as needed.
Working knowledge of computerized maintenance management systems.
Discerns and responds to verbal and auditory signals from control panel (DCS, CEMs, PLC systems).
Works without supervision while carrying out duties.
Takes, records and analyzes readings of various electrical and mechanical meters.
Possesses the knowledge of and ability to operate various switches and valves and the effect each has on the total operation.
Meets physical requirements of the job such as perform tasks while standing, walking, climbing, walking on uneven surfaces, and squatting. Works with extended reach above head and in front of body and lifts 50 pounds and carry while walking distances of up to 10 feet.
Possesses the ability to operate Company vehicles and equipment and maintain operating licenses and certifications. TDL required.
Normal office environment and /or out-of-doors work environment. Out-of-doors environment at generating plant work locations includes:
Works in and around rotating equipment, high voltage electrical equipment, high noise areas and elevations up to 150 feet.
Works in all temperatures and climatic conditions. Some temperatures can be extreme.
Able to work at heights (top of HRSG, equipment structure, cooling tower, etc).
Works in confined spaces, some requiring the use of respirator protective equipment.
Performance of duties requires working rotating shifts (shift work) and response to calls 24 hours/day, seven days/week. Ability to work over time, both scheduled and unscheduled, on days of relief and beyond regular work schedule.
Emergency situations will require the use of a respirator.
Established facial hair in the sealing area of a respirator is not permitted.
Contact lenses are not permitted except for specific medical reasons.
Substantial footwear must be worn.
Incumbent may be required to work in conditions where hazardous material and /or toxic fumes could be present. Additionally, incumbent will be exposed to areas of high heat, loud noise, steam, combustible gases, rotating machinery and other conditions normally encountered in an operating generation facility.
WorleyParsons will offer you a competitive compensation and benefits package, plus a friendly, professional and dynamic working environment with the opportunity to develop your career prospects within the United States and on a global scale.
When you join WorleyParsons, you'll join an equal opportunity employer that believes in the inherent benefits of a diverse workplace and that promotes inclusion and flexibility. We encourage applications from a diverse population of people that reflect the range of countries, cultures and contexts spanned by our operations. Our people are at the heart of our processes – we value everyone's personal wellbeing and contributions.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Only those candidates with appropriate qualifications and experience will be contacted directly.
Please note: No agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy.
Plant Operator - Chicago Public Schools - Facilities Overhead
Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at www.aramark.com or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
The Plant Operator is responsible for operating, monitoring, repairing, and performing preventative maintenance on plant equipment in assigned location(s). Essential functions and responsibilities of the position may vary by Aramark location based on client requirements and business needs.
Repairs heating plant equipment such as: pumps, compressors, reducing stations, and heat exchangers.
Performs annual maintenance overhauls on all applicable equipment
Repairs air conditioning, heating, plumbing, plumbing, and electrical systems as required
Monitors running equipment, reads and records log entries; i.e., temperatures, pressures, flows, etc.
Labels various mechanical equipment by name, function, flow, etc.
Performs plant operations, equipment operations, service and preventative maintenance work as assigned
Monitors and logs information from meters, gages, equipment controls, valve conditions, switch settings, and the energy management and control systems in accordance with assigned procedures
Performs assigned chemical tests of various water sources, documents results, and makes adjustments in accordance with assigned procedures
Other duties and tasks as assigned by manager
Knowledge and experience in repair and general maintenance of heating, electrical, plumbing and carpentry required
Demonstrates interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
Must be able to follow safety procedures and precautions due to physical risks
Requires frequent stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling
Requires frequent lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling up to 50 lbs.
Must have required certifications and new equipment training with specific required updates current at all times on those areas listed below:• City of Chicago Stationary Engineers License• Illinois Department of Public Health Pool Operator Certificate or CPO• EPA Universal Technician Certification (Refrigeration)• Department of Homeland Security FEMA Introduction to the Incident Command System for Schools Certificate• Chicago Public Schools Asbestos Awareness Certificate
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