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Steam Plant Operator - Muscatatuck Urban Training Center


This position serves as a Steam Plant Operator, responsible for the steam plant shift operation at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.
Responsibilities:
Inspects entire plant, boiler rooms, auxiliary equipment and related areas to ensure conditions are normal, operating within appropriate safety standards, and ensuring maximum efficiency;
Operates, monitors, troubleshoots and makes minor repairs to high pressure boilers, combustion controls, emissions monitoring equipment, auxiliary equipment, and compressed air system and equipment;
Performs preventive maintenance and assists in periodic overhauls, cleaning, major repairs; and installation and repair of steam lines; Cleans boilers, equipment and areas of plant as assigned;
Performs grounds maintenance of the training site to include mowing and snow removal;
Assists in building maintenance throughout the training site to include minor and emergency repairs of plumbing, electrical, etc;

Preferred
Experience:
Three (3) years of experience in a large institutional or industrial steam plant. Must hold at least one of the following certifications or must obtain within twelve (12) months, the "Power Engineer Certification" as issued by the Indiana Association of the National Association of Power Engineers.
High School Diploma or GED.
Must have a valid Indiana Driver's License.
Ability to operate heavy equipment.
Basic knowledge of and ability to use skills in the trades of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, etc;
Accepted Certifications:
US Navy Boiler Technician or Machinist Mate Rating. US Coast Guard Marine Engineer License with Steam Endorsement.
US Merchant Seaman Certificate with Qualified Member of Engineering Department Endorsement.
A local or county government Stationary Engineer License.
A valid Stationary Steam License issued from another U.S. state. National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers License.
A Journeyman Stationary Engineer Certificate from the Union of Operating Engineers.
A Company issued certificate from an in-house apprenticeship or training program, reviewed and approved by the State Personnel Department.
Substitution: Possession of the Power Engineer Certification at the time of application may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience. An Associate Degree in Power Plant Technology from an accredited college or university may substitute for the required certification plus one year of the required work experience.
Benefits:
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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