- High school diploma or GED
- Communication skills
- Driver's License
- EPA Universal Certification
The Operating Engineer reports to the Chief Engineer and is responsible for providing building support services that ensure a safe, clean, and comfortable environment for the University community by operating complex high-pressure steam and chilled water systems. You will be expected to behave in a professional manner, comply with policies and practices, be flexible with respect to scheduling, and work as part of a team. The position is designated “Emergency Employee” by the University’s definition, which requires that incumbent report to work during inclement weather at the regularly scheduled time regardless of whether the University is closed, opening late, or closing early and you must be able to be flexible to accommodate emergency situations including snow removal.
This position is located in Washington, D.C., reports to the Chief Engineer, and works closely with the University staff.
What you’ll do:
Maintain a safe, comfortable campus environment by operating, controlling, and performing preventive/predictive maintenance on the HVACR, Electrical, Mechanical, and Life Safety building systems 24/7
Successfully operate automated building management systems, controls, pumps, heat exchangers, water treatment, cooling towers, boilers, fire alarm, sprinkler, emergency generator, elevator, and various other mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems and equipment associated with the operation of large buildings
Assist with overall regulatory and code compliance of all building systems as required by Law and local jurisdictions
Provide technical and logistical support to the facility
Be available for 24-hour emergency call
What you bring:
Valid driver’s license from Maryland, District of Columbia, or Virginia and must conform to University Driving Policy
Must have a DC 3rd Class Steam Engineers and EPA Universal CFC License
High School Diploma
A minimum of four (4) years previous work experience
A minimum of three years training or experience in trade practice of steam engineering
Previous experience with the operation and troubleshooting of gauges and instruments on equipment to bring about satisfactory operation
An understanding to operate the complex operation of high-pressure steam and chilled water systems which can be operated several ways depending on operational needs
Ability to learn and an understanding of equipment conditions and the operation of same
Good communication skills between fellow workers and supervisors are required
Building Automation Control operation experience
Ability to read blueprints
Must be eligible to work for any U.S. employer without the need for sponsorship now or in the future
Must possess a valid U.S. drivers license and clear driving record
Must be willing and able to comply with ENGIE’s policy with respect to COVID vaccination and testing
Ability to meet highest attendance requirements
Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbally
Ability to handle multiple assignments on a timely basis with a high degree of accuracy
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: Engineering / Projects
: North America-United States-District of Columbia-Washington
: ENA Energy Solutions
Nature of Responsibility
: Professional / First Line team leader
: Mar 29, 2022, 11:03:21 PM