Performs a variety of skilled maintenance duties related to the facility’s engineering and maintenance functions.
•Constructs, finishes, installs, maintains and repairs electrical and mechanical systems, or the facilities of any related systems, using power and hand tools and other necessary equipment.
•Cleans, lubricates, services, repairs or diagnoses malfunctions of HVAC, electrical and mechanical building systems, sterilizers, sprinkler and standpipe systems, transport systems, electronic signaling systems, fire alarm systems and similar specialty equipment items with appropriate training, certification skills and licensing requirements as needed.
•Leads a group of workers on a project.
•Teaches maintenance skills to other members of the department.
•Reviews work of outside vendors and non-licensed maintenance workers; creates punch lists.
•Determines manpower, material needs and deadlines for jobs or projects.
•Reads blueprints, specifications and models to learn work layout; plans own work layout.
•Makes routine computations as needed.
•Maintains logs, performs rounds and completes tests and inspections.
•Responds to emergency problems in the facility and performs emergency repairs as needed.
•Makes recommendations for modification or improvement of preventive maintenance systems.
•Serves as a member of facility’s emergency response team.
•Performs other duties as assigned.
•Five years of experience as a Boiler Operator in an institutional setting in an engineering or maintenance discipline.
•Ability to read and understand blueprints, specifications and models to learn work layout
•Experience with high pressure boilers.