Heating Plant Equipment Specialist 2 - Grade 23

Positions in this title can be hired through NY HELPS

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This title exists in General Services, Office of and has approximately 3 positions.

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Job Duties

As a Heating Plant Equipment Specialist 2, you would:

Perform all of the duties and responsibilities of Heating Plant Equipment Specialist 1.

Work with energy specialists, facility staff, and agency representatives to determine which facilities to inspect after review of pertinent energy usage statistics of assigned centralized heating plants.

Review energy utilization analysis records to determine which facilities are using fuel at a lower than normal rate of efficiency, have unusually high maintenance and operating cost, or have not efficiently reduced their fuel consumption sufficiently.

Review schedule to determine which sites have been assigned for inspection on an annual geographical programmed basis.

Schedule on-site visits, and notify appropriate officials and offices.

Ensure efficient operation by visiting sites and reviewing, calibrating, adjusting, repairing, and replacing components of centralized heating plants.

Prepare reports including tracking sheets and reports for services provided.

Review, develop, and recommend changes in the heating plant's procedures for each facility's maintenance and operating personnel.

Develop maintenance and operation parameters on equipment.

Determine and record what type of maintenance is to be performed on which parts and the duration of intervals between such maintenance.

Instruct the site's maintenance and operation personnel on combustion controls and instrumentation, burners, stokers, auxiliary equipment, the boiler water treatment system, and the oil treatment system.

Perform the full range of supervisory duties including approving leave and tracking time and attendance; identifying staff development needs; evaluating staff performance; and completing performance evaluations.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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Mobility Options

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