Operating Engineer, Facilities
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- Upholds KP's Policies & Procedures, Principles of Responsibilities & applicable state, federal & local laws
- Inspects equipment & facilities for proper operation & working condition
- Maintains routine records & determines type & extent of any malfunction of equipment and, as necessary adjusts, disassembles, & repairs or replaces parts or components; reassembles & tests for proper operation
- Reports more serious problems to Chief Engineer for instructions or maintenance scheduling
- May attend to low pressure boilers, hot water boilers, & heaters; may make necessary adjustments to assure proper steam pressure, combustion, water flow, water level & proper operation of safety devices & auxiliary equipment
- Tests boiler water & adds chemicals as necessary
- May service & make repairs to heating, air conditioning & refrigeration equipment including fans, motors, radiators, thermostats, dampers & regulating controls; replaces filters & fluids as necessary; & maintains routine records of repairs
- Performs a variety of general semi-skilled to skilled maintenance, alteration, & repairs to machinery, equipment or facilities as assigned or in accordance w/ basic skills & abilities, & standard procedures, diagrams or manufacturer instructions
- Performs routine electrical maintenance, replacement or alteration of circuit wiring, switches, control equipment, & mechanisms, motors, transformers, relays, generators, appliances, fixtures, alarms, communication equipment, etc
- Performs general mechanical maintenance of hospital & clinic equipment, kitchen equipment, office machines & equipment, etc
- Normally excludes specialized & highly technical x-ray & surgical equipment requiring specific training, experience, & materials
- Performs general plumbing maintenance - Maintain, repair, & make alterations to steam, gas, water, air, & sanitary plumbing pipes & fixtures
- Bend, cut, ream, & thread pipe, wipe joints, test joints, & pipe systems for leaks
- Repair leaks & clear drain stoppages
- General welding - cutting, joining metals not requiring critical test tolerance or certification
- Performs a variety of routine maintenance duties such as repair & assemble extension cords, replace fuses, fluorescent ballast's & tubes, clean & lubricate motors & other machinery
- Clean sink & grease traps, replace & re-pack valves, assemble equipment, repair drape pull mechanisms & related items
- Performs a variety of routine manual duties as required, such as moving supplies, furniture, equipment, removing trash, scrap material, & replacing light bulbs, etc
- Establishes & maintains courteous, cooperative relations when interacting w/ other personnel, Health Plan members & the public
- Performs other related duties as required
- Assume other activities & responsibilities from time to time as directed
- Three (3) to five (5) years of experience within the last year, in Building Operations and Maintenance
- Associate of Arts degree in Engineering or technical disciplines in Plant Operations, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, or equivalent
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Refrigeration License, 608 (or must be obtained within 6 months of hire)
- Valid CA driver's license
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of equipment, controls, and building automation maintenance
- Ability to read and interpret blue prints, schematic drawings and technical manuals
- The Employer reserves the right to review and modify these requirements during the term of the agreement pursuant to paragraphs 1819 and 2101 in the Labor Agreement