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Due to unknown shift need of future licensed operator, must be willing to work any shift (1st 0645-1500 , 2nd - 1445-2300 , 3rd 2245-0700). This hire is in preparation for next open operator position. Timing unknown
The Powerhouse Operator Trainee is responsible for learning all aspects of the job during the defined training period (training times may vary based on skillset and availability of stationary engineering classes). This position could be a grade 7 or 8 depending on the incumbents qualifications and experience . Equipment in scope of responsibility:
Air Compressors & Dryers
Ammonia Compressors, Condensers, Chill plates
Reverse Osmosis Systems
Waste Water Treatment
Critical HVAC Units
Supporting Infrastructure piping, pumps, valves, motors, steam traps, steam pushers
The trainee must also obtain a State of Ohio 3rd class stationary engineers license (normal time frame is within 18 months from start date).
Equipment operation efficiently and reliably
Equipment maintenance - troubleshooting and repair (daily rounds)
Preventative Maintenance - adherence and sign off
Shift coverage (willingness to work alternative shifts)
Cross training teaching and learning from others
Work order submission for Maintenance support (web requests)
Communicating equipment needs via turnover to all of department
E Permits for general and contractor work
Adherence to safety and GMP (good manufacturing practices) policies and procedures
Preform tasks as assigned
Preform job with minimal or no supervision
This position is accountable for complying with applicable FDA (GMP), USDA, OSHA, Abbott and Columbus Plant regulations, policies, procedures or guidelines.
On a continuous basis, this position must coordinate utility usage with all plant production areas to avoid utility shortages that could:
Jeopardize product quality
Result in environmental noncompliance
Minimum Education & Experience:
High School Diploma/GED required
Two years work experience working with industrial utilities systems or industrial electrical/mechanical systems.
Must be able to obtain State of Ohio 3rd class stationary engineers license.
Certified Backflow Tester
Small project (less than $50,000) execution
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