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The Licensed Power Plant Operator II ensures the safe and proper operation of the power plant and associated control structures according to their licensure and local regulations at the working location of St. John Medical Center - Tulsa, OK. They operate, maintain and adjust high and/or low-pressure boilers, furnaces, engines, pumps, heat exchangers, generators, motors, chillers, cooling towers, equipment for heating, ventilating, air conditioning, lighting and associated equipment in the facilities. The Power Plant Operator II makes periodic inspections of equipment and minor repairs to such equipment; perform preventive maintenance; take responsible charge of a watch, read meters, gauges, and other recording devices and log the data; keep records and write reports; as directed, inspect low and/or high-pressure boilers in accordance with a unified inspection procedure. and may operate a motor vehicle. The Power Plant Operator II will be able to power down, inspect, trouble-shoot, repair and restore operation of medium to high pressure steam boilers. The Power Plant Operator II may be assigned more complex repairs or to locations with high pressure steam systems.
- Monitor power plant equipment and indicators to detect evidence of operating problems.
- Adjust controls to generate specified electrical power or to regulate the flow of power between generating stations and substations
- Control power generating equipment, including boilers, turbines, generators, or reactors, using control boards or semi-automatic equipment
- Regulate equipment operations and conditions, such as water levels, based on instrument data or from computers
- Make adjustmentsor minor repairs, such as tightening leaking gland and pipe joints
- Record and compile operational data by completing and maintaining forms, logs, or reports
- Receive outage calls and call in necessary personnel during power outages and emergencies
- Prepares equipment malfunction reports, makes inspections and from observation, determines whether equipment is operating properly
- Take regulatory action, based on readings from charts, meters and gauges, at established intervals
- Start or stop generators, auxiliary pumping equipment, turbines, or other power plant equipment as necessary
- Inspect, trouble-shoot, and repair generators, auxiliary pumping equipment, turbines, or other power plant equipment as necessary
- Inspect records or log book entries or communicate with plant personnel to assess equipment operating status
- Control or maintain auxiliary equipment, such as pumps, fans, compressors, condensers, feed water heaters, filters, or chlorinators, to supply water, fuel, lubricants, air, or auxiliary power
- May maintain the pneumatic tube system for the facility including performing preventive maintenance. May purge and reset zones and stations.
- May maintain medical vacuum system including performing corrective and preventive maintenance on pumps and system.
- May conduct water sampling/testing/monitoring as part of plant maintenance and the site Water Management Plan.
- Clean, lubricate, or maintain equipment, such as generators, turbines, pumps, or compressors, to prevent failure or deterioration
- Open and close valves and switches in sequence to start or shut down auxiliary units
- May perform Maintenance Mechanic duties depending on site needs
- May assist leaders in assignment of work to team members to ensure safe and efficient plant operation
- May assist in training other team members on the daily operation, monitoring and maintenance of plant equipment
- Participates in meetings, workshops, training, and seminars, as assigned for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform job functions
- Assist and participate in special projects as assigned
- Other duties as assigned
- Three years of experience operating, maintaining and repairing high pressure boilers, large tonnage chillers, facility management systems, water treatment systems and all types of boilers, chillers, pumps and systems required
- Demonstrated knowledge of federal, state and local plant operations and boiler operations codes required
- Computer skills: Has understanding and experience with the use of basic Windows program and Microsoft products such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Word and Outlook Email.
- Knowledge of instrumentation troubleshooting,and preventative maintenance is required.
- Strong knowledge in HVAC in order to understand humidity and pressure differentials
- Strong analytical abilities for understanding and interpreting building system documents, prints and layouts are required.
- In-depth knowledge of boilers, chillers, pumps and water systems.
- The ability to operate tools and equipment with a skill level that is typically acquired through trade and/or vocational schools.
- Must have the ability to:
- Calibrate systems.
- Perform preventive maintenance and routine servicing of equipment.
- Operate specialized machinery, equipment and tools utilized in the repair, installation and maintenance of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems.
- Communicate and follow up effectively both orally and in writing. Work cooperatively with others as well as independently with little direction
- Critical thinking skills
- Decisive judgment
- Ability to delegate tasks, follow up on assigned tasks and report on progress of work
- Ability to train others on technical components, applicable regulations and internal procedures to ensure efficient and safe plant operations
- Ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Must be able to work in a stressful environment