The Stationary Engineer I services equipment and plant buildings for the comfort and safety of all patients, visitors, physicians, and fellow employees.
In this capacity you will be responsible for knowing how to operate, repair, and maintain the boiler, chiller, BAS system, electrical distribution systems, and central plant operations. Additionally, you will operate and maintain the gas/oil fired high-pressure boilers and related equipment. You will also control, test and balance these systems in accordance with all authorities having jurisdiction. Communication, reliability, and an attention to safety are needed in this position.
Makes effective decisions involving the safe and efficient operation of the physical plant and all hospital related equipment.
Organizes own work assignments from verbal or written instructions, specifications, drawings, codes, standards, etc.
With minimum downtime, performs economical, routine, and complex maintenance, repair, and installation of plant mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems to code requirements.
Operates and maintains chillers and related equipment.
Operates and maintains all heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment.
Installs and repairs hospital equipment and systems with professional results and minimal supervision.
Reads and works off of blueprints and has the ability to write specifications.
Stays current with spare parts inventory and all parts ordering information.
Assists, coordinates and monitors outside contractors and other mechanics, plumbers, electricians, tradesman.
A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required, with a minimum of 5 years working in a trade, industrial setting, or have military apprentice training courses. To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of basic computer skills.
You must have or be able to attain a Stationary Engineers license and have licensure or certification in one or more trades.
Provena Health - 2 years ago