The Getty

  • Plant Operator II/Stationary Engineer

    Posted Date
    3 months ago(4/26/2018 9:57 AM)
    Requisition Number
    2018-3160
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Position Status
    Getty Center
    Program/Department
    Trust - 1466-Mechanical
    Category
    Facilities Maintenance
    Salaried/Hourly
    Hourly
    Targeted Hiring Range
    $41.13 Hourly
  • Job Summary

    Provides skilled plant engineering services by applying individual technical expertise to equipment, systems and controls.

    Major Job Responsibilities

    • Operates steam boilers and plant equipment in a safe and efficient manner

    • Monitors, records and maintains proper water treatment in central plant systems

    • Repairs and performs preventative maintenance procedures on equipment and systems both manually and through Building Management System (BMS)

    • Performs regular rounds and takes gas and water readings

    • Inspects kitchen refrigeration equipment during off hours

    • Monitors all BMS systems alarms and makes appropriate phone calls

    • Maintains files such as the central plant log, lock out tag out records and records of completed work

    • May be designated as watch lead for shift

    Qualifications

    High School/GED

    4‐5 years of experience operating high pressure steam boilers. Basic central plant centrifugal chiller experience

    • Unlimited Steam License issued by the City of Los Angeles

    • Valid California driver’s license with less than three DMV points

    • EPA 608 refrigeration license

     

    We offer a starting pay rate of $40.32 per hour and a competitive benefits package.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Proficient computer skills and demonstrated experience with office software, email applications, work order systems and BMS systems

    • Ability to read and understand blue prints and control drawings

    • Knowledge of water treatment principles for boilers, chiller systems, and cooling towers

    • Ability to quickly respond to equipment failures by troubleshooting and restoring equipment