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Utilities Technician

Utilities Technician Description:
The Utilities Technician maintains, diagnoses, repairs, rebuilds, adjusts, and performs preventative maintenance to keep refrigeration, boilers, and water supply operational to ensure continuity of production. The Utilities Technician assists other maintenance personnel on his/her shift and is responsible for all necessary paperwork and documentation as they relate to the job.
Evening/Night Shift Utilities Team Member Responsibilities:
Operate ammonia refrigeration compressors, condensers, pumps, vessels, and associated equipment using Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Make rounds and keep logs of daily operations and events for multiple engine rooms and refrigeration equipment
Systematically troubleshoot and resolve issues with various facility equipment and tools
Maintain and trouble-shoot ammonia refrigeration equipment using the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Adhere to all safety requirements including PPE, preventing and reporting unsafe acts and conditions, Lock-out/Tag-out procedures and Process Safety Management related items
Obtain RETA CARO Certificate and Boiler operator certification within 2 years of hire date and RETA CIRO Certificate within 3 years of hire date
Able to work 8-hour shifts and weekends, and be available for daily or weekly overtime, as necessary
Operate forklifts and work from elevated platforms
Qualifications:
Experience in operation and maintenance of Ammonia Refrigeration system (or related industrial refrigeration systems)
Strong reading, math, writing, analytical skills required
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Basic knowledge of computers
Able to work in minus 40 degrees to 100 plus degree temperatures
Able to work at heights
PSM 14 element awareness, previous Haz-Mat experience, RETA certifications, HVAC experience with refrigerants R-22, R-407C, R-507C and R-717 are preferred
Up to $26.00/hour to start
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