- Under supervision, operate, maintain, repair, test and adjust steam power plant, heating, air conditioning, chiller plant, fire protection systems, emergency power systems, electro-mechanical building equipment and related auxiliary systems in public buildings.
- Operate, maintain, repair and adjust boilers, furnaces, steam reducing stations, pumps, valves, heat exchangers, motors, water treatment systems, cooling towers, condensers, evaporators, emergency generators and associated equipment for heating, ventilating, air conditioning and lighting in public buildings.
- Make periodic inspections of equipment and repairs to such equipment.
- Operate control consoles and building management systems in control rooms.
- Prepare requisitions for materials and spare parts.
- Instruct and train subordinates and other personnel.
- Take responsible charge of a watch and while so engaged supervise and direct subordinate personnel. Read and log meters, gauges and other recording devices.
- Perform preventative maintenance.
- Inspect low-pressure boilers in accordance with a unified inspection procedure of New York City Department of Buildings.
- Prepare and maintain records; write technical and informational reports regarding HVAC maintenance and repair.
Minimum Qual Requirements
A valid license for High Pressure Boiler Operating Engineer issued by the New York City Department of Buildings. This license must be maintained for the duration of employment.
Preference will be given to applicants who file for the recent Stationary Engineer exam (Open Competitive Exam No. 0108 or Promotional Exam 0506). The filing period began September 5, 2019 and ends on September 25, 2019. For details, visit www.nyc.gov/dcas, 1) click on “Employment”, 2) click on “Take an Exam”, 3) click on “Current & Upcoming Exams”.
1. Experience with ammonia refrigeration systems.
2. New York State 7G Pesticide Applicator or Technician’s certificate issued by NYSDEC.
3. Possession of “Certified Pool Operator” certificate.
4. Experience with Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) such as Infor or Archibus; proficiency in Microsoft Office.
5. Excellent communication and organizational skills.
6. Ability to work rotating shifts, nights and weekends as needed.
Certain positions require that candidates possess, within 90 days from the day of appointment, a valid certificate of fitness for Standpipe, Automatic Sprinkler and/or Air Compressor issued by the New York City Fire Department.
Certain positions require that candidates possess, on date of appointment, a valid Certificate of Equivalent Instruction and/or a Restricted Asbestos Investigator Certificate issued by the New York City Department of Environmental Protection.
Certain positions require that candidates possess, on the date of appointment, a Certificate for Hazardous Materials, issued by an OSHA-approved program.
A motor vehicle driver license valid in the State of New York. If you have a moving violation, license suspension or an accident record, you may be disqualified. This license must be maintained for the duration of your employment.
A valid Refrigerating System Operating Engineer Certificate, issued by the New York City Fire Department.
A valid Universal Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) Certificate (EPA 608 Certificate) issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
All required certificates must be maintained for the duration of the assignment.
All resumes must be received no later than the last day of the posting period. *Posting period extended to 10/11/19. Previous applicants are still under consideration and need not reapply.
References will be required upon request.
MOVEMENT IN THE FACE OF CIVIL SERVICE LISTS IS PROHIBITED UNDER CIVIL SERVICE LAW.
From a Parks computer:
Access Employee Self Service (ESS) from the Parks Intranet under Applications or use this link: https://hrb.nycaps.nycnet/. Once in ESS, go to Recruiting then Careers and search for Job ID# 390361. Do not access ESS using nyc.gov/ess from a Parks Computer.
Parks & City Employees:
2) From a Non-Parks computer:
Access Employee Self Service (ESS) by going to nyc.gov/ess or use this link: https://a127-ess.nyc.gov/. Once in ESS, go to Recruiting then Careers and search for Job ID# 390361.
Include your ERN and Job ID# 390361 on your cover letter and resume.
All other applicants:
Go to nyc.gov/careers/search and search for Job ID# 390361.
This position is exempt from NYC residency requirements.