Under general supervision inspects cleans maintains and repairs high pressure boilers and medical waste incinerators and overhauls turbo generators on scheduled basis in order to ensure compliance with State regulations and insurance requirements. Performs routine maintenance on ancillary equipment such as pumps planetary gear systems wet ash removal system and orders necessary parts and equipment for same. Performs related inspection/maintenance activities for electronic control devices such as Servos Syncros DCS Combustion Systems and other similar controls. Performs duties of Power Plant Operating Engineer Boiler Operator and/or Autoclave Operator as needed.
Regularly performs calibration on temperature monitors transmitters air pollution equipment and HVAC energy management controls.
Repairs or replaces DCS equipment powered by 4 to 20 MA analog input controlling analog outputs in both current and voltage modes as well as digital I/O in isolated and non-isolated modes.
Maintains connecting wiring for peer-to-peer communications including termination board switch locations and replacement or defective strategic loop controllers reprogramming of process controllers.
Utilizes computer terminal to prepare preventative maintenance schedules prepares and maintains related reports and spreadsheets such as repairs performed parts utilized and the like.
Regularly performs all responsibilities associated with power Planet Maintenance Engineer including inspecting cleaning and performing maintenance on high pressure boilers turbo-generators and other ancillary equipment.
Operates lathes milling machines grinders presses saws in order to manufacture parts as necessary.
Performs functions of Boiler Operator Incinerator or Power Plant Operating Engineer to fill in for staff shortages.
May perform other activities as cleaning and general maintenance of boiler room generating plant and autoclave room including painting sweeping and performing minor repairs masonry and the like.
Other information:BASIC KNOWLEDGE:
Completion of High School or vocational school.
Completion of one to two years training in advanced electronic controls and boiler operations either from technical school or military training.
Knowledge of maintenance specifications on equipment and appropriate regulations.
Electronic and mechanical ability to diagnose problems and make necessary repairs to equipment; ability to operate computer with related keyboard skills.
Knowledge of thermodynamics of steam principals of generators and electricity pertinent air pollution regulations electronic burner management and electronic control devices.
Three to five years related experience with boiler Operator License from City of Providence.
Must obtain Stationary Operating Engineers License from City of Providence within one year in job.
WORKING CONDITION AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Works around generators and boilers where there is exposure to noise heat steam asbestos caustic chemicals medical waste fuel and water residue and odors.
Hazards are minimized by adherence to established operating and safety precautions.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: None.
Lifespan is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race color religion sex national origin age ethnicity sexual orientation ancestry genetics gender identity or expression disability protected veteran or marital status. Lifespan is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Location: Rhode Island Hospital USA: RI: Providence
Work Type: Full Time
Shift: Shift 2