The general function of the position within the organization is to perform maintenance of physical plant and mechanical equipment within a residential facility. Responsibilities Responsible for maintenance and operation of central heating/cooling plants, back-up electrical power systems, HVAC, water and electrical infrastructure, fire and life safety systems, and refrigeration equipment Perform preventative maintenance on all mechanical equipment; inspects operating equipment and facility space temperatures; and responds to occupant complaints associated with HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems. Perform snow removal tasks they would require use of snow blowers, shovels and salt spreaders to maintain safe access to buildings Maintain all logs, records and other reports on the buildings and up-to-date data for HVAC Locate, request, and order replacement parts. Enter and closeout work orders in the appropriate system Perform preventative maintenance on all mechanical equipment; inspects operating equipment and facility space temperatures; and responds to occupant complaints associated with HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems; complete all preventive maintenance assigned within guidelines of departmental policies, and provide input on operational efficiency. Assist contract vendors involved with testing fire and life safety systems. Operate and maintain all equipment as assigned in accordance with guidelines and department policies. Work on electronic controls such as digital direct temperature controllers, lighting and motor controls. Maintain records required by state law and records for accreditation of correctional facilities. Employees may be assigned additional duties by management as required. Qualifications 2nd shift - Boiler Operator- 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM 3rd Shift - Boiler Operator Sr.- 11:00 pm - 7:00 am Five years experience in the repair and maintenance of mechanical equipment and a variety of building/maintenance trades (e.g. carpentry, painting, etc.) Requires associates degree or the equivalent of two years of college or vocational school education. Requires specialized training during a 2 year apprenticeship for stationary engineer. Requires a State Stationary Engineer License; and EPA Universal certification for working on refrigerant systems.
Associated topics: air conditioning, cabinet, door, furniture, heating, home appliance, house, hvac, office, ventilation