Temporary Boiler Operator - short term duration (Contingency basis)
The University of Michigan Dearborn is seeking to fill a temporary boiler operator position on a contingency basis to provide coverage in the event of staff shortages due to vacations, short term sickness, medical leaves, etc.
NOTE: Hours may vary from day, evening or midnight shifts and weekend work may be required.
Provide relief to Operating Engineers in a low pressure natural gas fired steam plant consisting of three 600hp fire tube boilers.
Plant contains one condensate return/surge tank with transfer pumps feeding a deaerator feed water heater, including related pumps, standby pumps, and water softening equipment.
- Reasonable maritime or powerhouse experience with high pressure boiler operation.
- Minimum of five years demonstrated successful steam plant operating experience.
- Current City of Dearborn or City of Detroit high pressure/low pressure boiler operator license, and first class refrigeration operator's license.
- Ability to tolerate high levels of heat and noise.
- Ability to regulate boiler operations.
- Reasonable knowledge of safety standards and procedures.
- A valid driver's license.
- Ability to exercise tact and discretion in relationships with colleagues and other staff or faculty.
- Physical ability to perform the full range of duties of the classification including but not limited to climbing ladders, lifting 50 lbs.
- Knowledge of direct digital controls systems, and control system scheduling software.
- Knowledge of chillers both air and water cooled, cooling towers and HVAC equipment.
- Reasonable mechanical aptitude.
- Reasonable knowledge of the equipment, methods and materials used in boiler and refrigeration operations.
- Reasonable knowledge of the operation and maintenance requirements of high and low pressure boilers and related equipment.
- Graduation from high school, trade school equivalent, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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