Boiler Operator - Albany Memorial Hospital - Full Time Days
A boiler Operator is in charge of shift operation of the Boiler House to maintain continuous steam supply to the Hospital for heat, hot water, sterilization and related uses. Boiler House procedures and related boiler codes provided in the Boiler House Procedure Manual must be adhered to at all times.
Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life converge
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
Work/Life: Positions and shifts to accommodate all schedules
What you will need:
- Starts and stops boilers and adjusts controls to maintain required steam supply.
- Monitors boiler firing rate, flame conditions, water level, flue temperature and fuel supply.
- Follows Boiler House Procedure Manual in checking safety devices and relays on each boiler.
- Checks feed water pumps and supply system each shift
- Checks Natural Gas system regulators, automatic valves and vents for leaks and proper operation each shift
- Checks air compressor, dryer, filters and blow downs each shift
- - Checks flue gas system for proper operation including automatic dampers, damper controllers, and heat recovery equipment for leaks and general condition
Please be aware for the safety and security of our colleagues and patients
- 3 years high pressure steam boiler operation and repair preferred with emphasis on high pressure pumps and electro-pneumatic controls.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
all new employees are required to undergo and pass all applicable state and federally mandated pre-employment screening requirements including:
Full Time Benefits
- Relevant Background Checks
- Drug Screen
- PPD / Tuberculosis Test
- Covid-19 Vaccination Required/ Must be Fully Vaccinated. Masks are Required.
- Paid Days Off
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