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The Boiler Operator/Maintenance Technician must hold a current MN First Class B Boiler License and is responsible for assisting in maintaining the boilers as well as work with the chiller systems, air compressors, cooling towers, waste water treatment system, and water softeners. Responsibilities include taking care of the above equipment as well as conducting preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair, and assisting with other projects as assigned. You will be working closely with others to help maintain a 24/7 operation where downtime is costly.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Properly monitor the facilities boiler in accordance with State regulations. This includes standing watch in a 24/7 environment on either a fixed or rotating schedule.
Make rounds every two hours of the mechanical room and the air handling room, checking for any problems with the machinery.
Perform unscheduled and preventive maintenance in the building and facility and with production equipment.
General facility maintenance such as repairing doors, walls, floors, ceilings and other related facility duties.
Organize and maintain inventory of all supplies needed for facility maintenance.
Monitor Process and Utility systems and equipment to ensure continuous efficient and reliable operations.
Help develop departmental standard operating procedures (SOPs) and maintain GMP and non-GMP equipment history files to develop preventative and predictive maintenance programs and procedures to reduce mechanical downtime and to ensure that breakdowns and repairs are minimal.
Comply with all Health and Safety programs adhering to all Quality Assurance System guidelines.
Participate in off-hours (on-call) emergency coverage, as needed.
Perform scheduled and corrective maintenance of complex equipment and systems.
Ensure compliance with quality system procedures related to the Facility equipment and general day to day operations.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor.
State of Minnesota 1st Class “B” Boiler Operator’s license.
Knowledge of high-pressure boiler systems and HVAC systems.
Minimum of 3 years experience in equipment maintenance work with other trades (mechanical, electrical, HVAC and plumbing).
Demonstrated knowledge of shop math.
Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent education.
Ability to follow written and verbal instruction.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
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