Hours of Work: 7am-3:30pm M-F, will include on call rotation
Job Facility: UM Shore Regional Health
Employment Type: Full Time
What You Will Do:
Performs preventive maintenance on HVAC and other central distribution systems and equipment. Monitors and operates systems such as hot, chilled, and domestic water, fire protection, steam, condensate return, emergency generators, electric distribution, medical vacuum, oxygen, etc. Stands watches in the boiler room as Relief Stationary Engineer.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
Repairs pumps on central systems; checks pump and motor operation in various areas of the hospital complex.
Replaces motors on AHU, EXH, RA fans, pumps, and fan coil systems.
Cleans and paints equipment.
Takes chemical tests on central chilled water systems.
Performs preventive maintenance on air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
Inspects mechanical and electrical equipment.
Records temperatures, humidity, operating pressure, etc.; makes adjustments to control environment and operating conditions.
Repairs pumps, motors, air handlers, heat exchangers, steam traps, valves, fan coils, and other components of central systems.
Cleans and rebuilds traps and strainers.
Services and repairs exhaust fans.
Repairs steam leaks.
Replaces fan belts and fuses; adjusts as necessary.
Inspects and checks dietary equipment.
Checks draft gauges on air handling systems; changes filters in air handling equipment.
Resets circuit breakers.
Assists Electrician with trouble-shooting, repairs, and installation of new service.
Checks lighting in and around hospital buildings, regularly.
Repairs electrical and mechanical patient beds.
Assists in other areas of the department, including the boiler room; unloads salt for the boiler room, as needed.
Picks up and delivers various supplies, parts, and building materials.
Orders needed materials; obtains parts and supplies in emergencies.
Cleans work and shop areas.
Shovels snow; spreads sand and salt.
Plunges toilets and drains, as necessary.
Provides relief coverage for Stationary Engineer, as requiredand as stated in the Stationary Engineer job description.
Performs other facilities management duties, for which he/she is qualified, as assigned.
Performs work in conjunction with construction projects.
Strives to achieve excellence of service as described in CARE COMMITMENTS.
Responds to emergency codes as trained and assigned.
Responsible for honest behavior in all matters and to the best of the employee’s knowledge and understanding, complies with all Federal and State Laws and Regulations.
Maintains the privacy and security of all confidential and protected health information. Uses and discloses only that information which is necessary to perform the function of the job.
Performs related duties, as assigned.
What You Need to Be Successful:
MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND LICENSE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED:
Minimum of three years of HVAC experience. Must possess a minimum of a Grade 2 Stationary Engineer’s license issued by the State of Maryland. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret blueprints. Must possess valid driver’s license and have own transportation to travel between sites.
Must be able to lift and move heavy equipment and materials. Work sites may require access by climbing and crawling and, at times, may be at high or low temperatures. The use of ear and eye protection is required. Exposure to electrical shock, chemicals, dust, and other hazards may be present depending on work area