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Facilities UPW/WWT Technician - Multiple Shifts Available - SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Albany, NY, US


JOB TYPE: Permanent, FullTime

Location: Albany, NY Category: Technical Posted On: Thu Nov 8 2018 Job Description:

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Conduct preventative maintenance inspections and perform required preventative maintenance duties including but not limited to the operation, maintenance, testing and repair of UPW (Ultra-Pure Water) and WWT (Waste Water Treatment) systems to meet the required standards of purity, quality, and facility performance. Participation in the development of equipment start-up, shut-down, and preventative maintenance tasks and procedures; provide customer satisfaction and support; must conduct work in an independent manner. Good communication skills and proficient use of Microsoft Office and Maintenance Management programs. Work well in a team environment; possess good mechanical aptitude and the ability to work safely. There may be opportunities for overtime hours. Other reasonable duties as assigned.

Available shifts are:

+ Day 1: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, every other Wednesday 7am-7:30pm

+ Night 1: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, every other Saturday 7pm-7:30am

+ Night 2: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, every other Saturday 7pm-7:30am

Job Requirements:

Candidates must have a minimum of 5-7 years' experience in a skilled level of mechanical maintenance OR equivalent educational and professional experience and training associated in a highly technical/engineering environment. Including, operational experience with technical training; general understanding of various disciplines such as mechanical, electrical and control systems. Experience in working with maintenance schedules, blueprints, diagrams, sketches codes and maintaining detailed and accurate records. This position requires the ability to lift and push/pull 50 lbs. on a regular basis throughout the shift and frequent climbing (i.e. ascending/descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, etc.). This position requires some work in adverse weather conditions and exposure to hazards (i.e. proximity to moving mechanical parts, heat, cold and noise exposure). Ability to work extended hours and during planned shutdown periods. Employee must have the ability to wear a respirator as assigned and requires participation in SUNY Poly's hearing conservation program.

Must have good communications skills, be able to work well in a team environment, possess good mechanical aptitude, and be able to work safely. Must be able to maintain detailed, accurate records, and prepare necessary reports with skilled use of Microsoft Office Suite software and Maintenance Management programs and the ability to work with culturally diverse populations. This position is contingent on the satisfactory completion of a background check; this position may require annual background checks. This is an essential personnel position for the maintenance and operation of the campus during an emergency situation.

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate's Degree in Engineering and 5+ years of experience in UPW and WWT operations, or 10 years UPW and WWT operational experience with technical training; general understanding of all related disciplines such as device performance, electrical, chemical and waste handling (drum and bulk), scrubbers, reporting and control systems, PLC programming & operation and bulk gas system operation. Must be able to maintain detailed, accurate records, and prepare necessary reports with skilled use of Microsoft Office Suite software.

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