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Reporting to the Manager, Operations, the O&M Engineer is responsible for routine and unscheduled maintenance and logging of plant equipment as directed. The primary objective is to maintain safe, efficient, and cost-effective operations of the plant boilers, chillers, and auxiliary systems.
+ Review and become familiar with the Main Plant, standby plants, and remote plants and distribution system.
+ Safely and efficiently operate boilers, chillers and auxiliary equipment. Place in service primary and auxiliary equipment for proper operation of the plant take the necessary steps to protect personnel & equipment from harm in the event of an emergency.
+ Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on plant equipment as directed.
+ Complete all necessary logs, records, maintenance documentation and plant paperwork as required.
+ See that all work stations are maintained in good order.
+ Perform other duties as assigned by Plant Management (i.e., facility cleaning, customer meter reading, etc.)
+ Must have or must get within two years a State of Minnesota First Class “A” Operating Engineer’s License.
+ Knowledge and experience in working with steam and chilled water equipment, steam turbines and water pumps.
+ High School diploma or equivalent.
+ Ability to work rotating shifts.
+ Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
+ Ability to work in adverse climate conditions.