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Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center - Milwaukee
How You’ll Make a Difference
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the power plant and power piping systems throughout the medical center ensuring efficiency of staff, and utility usage and performance of equipment. Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the Aurora Complex, all of Heil and Forest Home, Corporate Building, and Credit Union buildings and grounds.
Top Candidates will have building automation knowledge (Metasys), Power Plant experience and strong computer skills including Excel.
Supervises the installation, maintenance, and repair of the power plant, power piping, steam and condensate distribution systems within the medical center. Supervises all general maintenance activities including but not limited to; repair of equipment, building and/or land, electrical systems and components, plumbing, and grounds of other properties.
Oversees general department operations, establishes work schedules, issues daily work assignments and responds to requests for service. Identifies and addresses all safety issues.
Assists in the development of performance indicators, standards, and improvement activities and program effectiveness
Develops programs and testing protocols for water treatment. Operates and maintains high-pressure boilers, boiler auxiliary equipment and power piping.
Maintains records/documentation of work activities and provides recommendations for code compliance to ensure safe operation. Acquires required permits and prepares reports required by state and local government and other regulatory agencies.
Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory and accrediting agency standards and guidelines for facilities operations this includes accompanying authorities on inspecting building and utility systems.
Prepares specifications, analyzes quotations, expedites, checks quality of installations and repairs made by outside contractors. Creates and maintains complex databases and spreadsheets for statistical tracking and analysis.
Provides recommendations regarding operational developments. Develops and implements energy conservation measures.
Collaborates with manager to develop, implement, and enforce policies, procedures and standards to ensure effective and efficient department operations.
In collaboration with the manager, develops capital, personnel and operational budgets. Responsible for operating within budgetary constraints and to meet the goals and objectives of the organization.
License & Certifications
Forth Class Power Engineer certification issued by the National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers, Inc. (NIULPE), and
Chief Power Engineer certification issued by the National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers, Inc (NIULPE), and
Universal Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) certification issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) needs to be obtained within 120 days.
First Class Stationary Engineer permit issued by the City of Milwaukee. City of Milwaukee requires either a First Class license issued by the National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers, Inc. (NIULPE), or Power Plant Operating Engineer 1st Class license issued by the American Society of Power Engineers (ASOPE).
Associate's Degree in Power Engineering & Boiler Op.
Typically requires 3 years of experience in power engineering including experience in operating a computerized building management syste.
Employees working in the City of Milwaukee must obtain a Stationary Engineer's permit to operate within one year of hire. Knowledge of AutoCAD to update drawings.Knowledge of Johnson Controls METASYS building automation system or a similar system for equipment monitoring and control strategies.Knowledge of applicable codes/regulations pertaining to assigned equipment and operations.Advanced knowledge and demonstrated proficiency in plumbing, HVAC, steam fitting, soldering, fabricating and groundskeeping.Intermediate computer skills.Excellent communication, organization, prioritization and time management skills.
At Aurora Health Care
At Aurora Health Care we pride ourselves on taking care of our people. And not just our patients—we mean you, too. We help each other live well. When you work at Aurora, you get the chance to work with a dedicated team that’s as passionate about the work as you are. Here, you’ll find limitless opportunities for ongoing learning, career advancement, competitive compensation and a stable work environment. But more than that, you have the opportunity to change lives—including your own.
Diversity and inclusion matters at Aurora. We celebrate our differences and nurture an environment where everyone feels included. We know that when we reflect the communities we serve, when we embrace differences and bring our whole selves to work every day, we are working as one to build a healthier tomorrow for everyone. Aurora supports a safe, healthy and drug-free work environment through criminal background checks and pre-employment drug testing. We maintain a smoke-free environment at all our locations. We are an equal opportunity employer. #WorkAtAurora
To apply go to: https://www.aurorahealthcarecareers.org/jobs
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