A. GENERAL JOB SUMMARY:
Under direction, perform service and maintenance on plant equipment and customer HVAC maintenance controls in order to provide an efficient energy source to customers and a safe, reliable manner.
B. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
· Maintains instrumentation costs within the budget.
· Coordinates plant projects and work schedules with Lead Operating Engineer and Lead Mechanic.
· Follows standard and established practices, refers to operation and service manuals to evaluate needed repairs/parts.
· Monitors and evaluates condition of operating controls and safeties to ensure continued safe operation of equipment.
· Performs failure analysis of components that are out of prescribed tolerances.
· Performs work in a safe manner according to established safety procedures and reports to management or rectifies any unsafe conditions.
· Continues to maintain and further develop the I & C Preventive Maintenance Program.
· Coordinates with the Lead Mechanic the maintenance and repairs of customer’s HVAC equipment that are under maintenance contracts.
· Reads and interprets information and instructions on material data safety sheets.
· Must be present and ready to begin working at the designated time.
· Must be available to work occasional scheduled or unscheduled overtime, as required.
· Must have the willingness to work in a team environment and follow directions and instructions from members of management.
· Must understand, promote, and follow all established policies, procedures, and safety rules.
· Must have ability to interface diplomatically with other employees and the public.
C. NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
None are identified.
· Knowledge and understanding of plant instrumentation.
· Must possess excellent computer and written/verbal communication skills.
· Knowledge of high-pressure boilers and ammonia and freon refrigeration operation and maintenance.
· Must possess excellent leadership/interpersonal skills.
· Must have ability to use hand tools related to job duties.
· Must possess excellent communications skills, in person or via email or text.
· Experience working on instrumentation for high-pressure boilers and large-tonnage chillers in a power plant setting.
· Supervisory experience preferred.
· Experience may be considered in lieu of advanced formal training or education.
· High school diploma or equivalent.
· Advanced training through vocational or trade school preferred.
· Mechanical Journeyman’s License.
· Valid Oklahoma drivers’ license.
· May need to possess or obtain forklift certification.
· Computer, telephone, and other standard office equipment such as copiers and fax machines.
· Cutting torch, welder, calibration and metering equipment, as well as typical maintenance tools, both light and heavy-duty.
E. PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES/DEMANDS:
· May be required to occasionally lift objects weighing in excess of 50 pounds and maneuver in excess of 100 pounds.
· Physical activities that are commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job include: standing; walking; sitting; climbing; stooping and crouching; kneeling; reaching; pushing; pulling; grasping; talking; lifting; reading; seeing; speaking; and hearing.
· Must be willing and able to tolerate working on scaffolds, platforms, and high work surfaces.
· Must be willing and able to tolerate working in confined spaces.
F. OTHER: (Work Environment, Work Requirements, Confidential Data, etc.)
· Worker will be exposed to extreme temperatures; equipment noise; and hazards such as high-pressure steam lines and rotating equipment.
· Worker may be required to wear personal protective equipment such as hardhat, safety glasses, safety shoes, hearing protection, and other protective gear required to perform job duties.
· Worker will be required to work in plant environment that may include dust, dirt, and oily surfaces.
· Regular work hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours are determined by management and may vary during outages and heavy demand periods. Overtime on holidays, weekends, and nights may be required.