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Energy Center Operator I
Camelot Facility Solutions Oklahoma City, OK

Energy Center Operator I

Camelot Facility Solutions
Oklahoma City, OK
Expired: over a month ago Applications are no longer accepted.
  • Vision , Medical , Dental , Life Insurance , Retirement
  • Full-Time
Job Description

Camelot Facility Management is an established leader in the Facility Management and Maintenance Industry servicing corporate owners and users of commercial real estate across the United States and Canada.

JOB OVERVIEW

We are currently hiring an entry level Energy Center Operator I in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This position requires basic knowledge of boiler, HVAC, refrigeration, electrical distribution, and control system maintenance and operation.

 

***We are looking for all shifts Monday – Friday & two 12-hour shifts on each Saturday and Sunday***

 

It is recommended that incumbents attend one or two years of trade school to prepare them for advancement opportunities.

The Energy Center Operator I position will allow the incumbent to learn operations for HVAC and refrigeration systems, work practices, safety procedures, and become familiar with the respective equipment regulatory requirements. It will also provide an opportunity to learn proper use of basic tools and equipment necessary to maintain and troubleshoot HVAC and refrigeration systems. Utilizes exceptional customer service and communication skills. The purpose of this position is to ensure a safe working environment and support an exceptional Environment of Care.

SCOPE

Under general supervision, performs installation, general and planned maintenance for equipment and systems such as hot water and steam boilers, ventilation, chilled water, emergency power, refrigeration, and fire protection. Collaborates with and interacts routinely with other Facilities Maintenance and Operations co-workers, Facilities Maintenance Leaders, and other departments as required at each hospital entity. Scope of responsibility includes all hospitals, clinics and other properties maintained by Facilities Maintenance Operations. Performs duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with our mission, values, and Service Standards.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

THE BELOW STATEMENTS ARE INTENDED TO DESCRIBE THE GENERAL NATURE AND LEVEL OF WORK BEING PERFORMED BY INDIVIDUALS ASSIGNED TO THIS JOB. THEY ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES, DUTIES AND SKILLS REQUIRED OF INDIVIDUALS SO CLASSIFIED.

  1. Works under the direction of a Lead, Supervisor, or Manager position.
  2. Incumbent learns and assists with the Operation, troubleshooting, repairs, and maintenance of electrical and mechanical components of physical plant including boilers, chillers, HVAC systems, AHUs, exhaust systems, diesel fuel delivery systems, air balancing, safety exhaust hoods, elevators, refrigeration equipment, generators, transfer switches, primary electrical distribution systems, temperature controls, pumps, heat exchangers, steam distribution systems, motor control centers, medical gas source equipment, and air- compressors.
  3. Incumbent learns and assists with the Operation, troubleshooting, repairs, and maintenance of fire protection systems including smoke control systems, fire pumps, flow switches, fire alarm system, sprinkler system, smoke dampers, fire dampers, kitchen extinguisher systems, and other gaseous extinguishing systems
  4. Learns and assists with testing of various closed and open water systems using chemical reagents. Maintains closed and open systems within chemical balance prescribed by the water treatment program adding appropriate chemical dosages.
  5. Assists with troubleshooting, repairs, and maintenance of electrical and mechanical components of steam-fed kitchen equipment such as steamers, steam kettles, etc.
  6. Assists with operating various computer systems to analyze/troubleshoot building systems including fire alarm and building automation systems.
  7. Completes preventative maintenance and other work orders in an efficient manner. Closes work orders with relative cost and material information upon completion of the work.
  8. Develops operational knowledge of entire facility electrical, heating, cooling, and air distribution systems.
  9. Learns to read blueprints and wiring schematics.
  10. Learns proper use of ammeters, volt-ohmmeters, ground tension testers, polarity testers, amp probes, and circuit tracers to troubleshoot and make necessary repairs.
  11. Maintains on-time completion rate of 100% for all High-Risk PM work orders. Maintains at least 90% on-time completion rate for all other PM work orders.
  12. Possess skillset to efficiently use computer to record and close PM work order information.
  13. Accurately records testing information on logs and preventative maintenance work orders.
  14. Rotates shifts as needed to accommodate work schedules.
  15. Willing and able to assist with security tasks when necessary.
  16. Assists with snow removal or other grounds maintenance activities as needed.
  17. Performs other work duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must have general manual dexterity, basic math knowledge, and mechanical aptitude.
  • High School plus specialized training (minimum 6 months)
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Class II Boiler Operators License administered by Oklahoma City where boilers are installed. Incumbents must have required licensure prior to advancing to Energy Center Operator II
  • Class II Boiler Operators License administered by Oklahoma Dept. of Labor where boilers are installed. Incumbents must have required licensure prior to advancing to Energy Center Operator II
  • Class C Tank Operator Training and Certification required. Must achieve certification within 90 days of employment.
  • EPA Universal Certification as required by 40CFR, Part 82, Subpart F. Must achieve certification within 12 months of employment.
  • 1 or more years commercial experience working with HVAC, boilers, and refrigeration equipment.
  • EPA approved Universal Certification for handling Refrigerants.
  • Requires oral and written communication skills to communicate with customers and follow instructions.
  • Verbal ability required to read and understand technical manuals. Ability to teach or conduct learning sessions as needed.
  • Numerical ability required to make calculations for testing, installation, measurement, estimation, and repair of equipment.
  • Ability to prioritize work assignments, conceptualize and formulate finished product.
  • Form perception is required when measuring and installing parts and equipment.
  • Requires knowledge and use of various computer software such as Outlook, TMS and/or Nuvolo.
  • Ability to manage time and materials efficiently. Completes work assignments in a high-quality manner and the lowest cost.
  • Requires exceptional customer service skills and ability to achieve department goals.
  • Spatial ability required to understand forms and relationships when working from blueprints or specifications.
  • Incumbent must achieve favorable results on both oral and written competency exam prior to advancing to ECO II.
  • Requires general manual dexterity, basic math knowledge, and mechanical aptitude.
  • Exposure to extreme temperatures, electric shock, and loud noise.
  • The physical attributes that would allow for an extensive amount of walking, the ability to climb / stand on ladders while performing repairs and using various tools, and the ability to lift up to 75 lbs. independently.
  • Must pass background and drug screening process.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2 or more years of training in a Technical or Vocational School.
  • 1 or more years working as a maintenance technician in a healthcare, educational, or industrial setting.
  • Licensure:
    • Boiler, HVAC, or Refrigeration
Company Description
Camelot Services, Inc. incorporated in 2000 for the purpose of providing high quality, professional, property and facilities management to clients who want customized, cost-effective service. Headquartered in Plano, TX, Camelot has representation across the nation and has provided consultation services on an International level.

Camelot Services, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, protected military/veteran status, or any other protected factor.
Why Work Here?
Work life balance, great benefits and job growth opportunities

Camelot Services, Inc. incorporated in 2000 for the purpose of providing high quality, professional, property and facilities management to clients who want customized, cost-effective service. Headquartered in Plano, TX, Camelot has representation across the nation and has provided consultation services on an International level. Camelot Services, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, protected military/veteran status, or any other protected factor.

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Oklahoma City, OK
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