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Certified Healthcare Mechanic

Cadillac, MI


Posted on December 2, 2018

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About Certified Healthcare Mechanic


High school diploma (GED or equivalent).

MECH Certification required with successful completion of Senior Certification required within four years employment.

Certified Healthcare Mechanic:

Minimum 2 years general maintenance experience in commercial/industrial building.

Ability to read and interpret basic blueprints, schematics and sketches. Able to prepare as-built sketches for all jobs assigned.

Valid Michigan driver’s license.

Physical requirements: must be able to lift medium loads (25-50 pounds), climb, stoop, kneel, crouch and/or crawl occasionally (0-33% of the workday); and must be able to walk and handle materials frequently (34-66% of the workday).

Certified Plant Operator:

Minimum 2 years power plant experience required; experience with 125 psig steam and water tube natural gas-fired boilers desired.

Experience in boiler inspection preparation and preventive maintenance of boilers, controls, feed water systems and steam specialties required; experience with absorption water chillers desired.

Physical requirements: must be able to lift medium loads (25-50 pounds), climb ladders and crawl occasionally (0-33% of the workday); step-climb frequently (34-66% of the workday); and must have average vision and good hearing ability.


Certified Healthcare Mechanic: Reports to the Team Leader of Facilities Maintenance.

Certified Plant Operator: Reports to the Boiler Room Team Leader; receives daily assignments from the Chief Plant Operator.


Certified Healthcare Mechanic:

Verifies work order requirements and completeness by communicating with requesting personnel or department.

Inspects, repairs, installs, tests and replaces basic electrical systems (e.g., wiring, receptacles, sockets, fuses).

Assists with installation of new electrical systems (e.g., conduit, wire, motors).

Tests and troubleshoots motors, coils, panels, breakers, etc., by operating electrical testing equipment (e.g., ammeter, ohmmeter, voltmeter).

Inspects, repairs, installs and maintains plumbing systems (e.g., drains, faucets, valves, sinks, toilets, pipe sections).

Installs new fixtures, and connects to existing pipes and drains.

Inspects, repairs and maintains steam valves, traps, etc.

Troubleshoots and repairs equipment and system (e.g., heating/cooling, temperature control, pneumatics, electrical controls, sterilizing).

Conducts safety tests and inspections appropriately.

Cleans and maintains work areas in a neat, orderly and safe condition.

Prepares and submits reports and records of activities as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Certified Plant Operator:

Maintains preparedness for donning and operating SCBA, i.e., no facial hair that would interfere with the mask-to-face seal and fully proficient in its use.

Prepares boilers for inspection, i.e., opens and cleans tubes and drums, replaces refractory brick, burners, etc.

Maintains constant surveillance of boilers, steam lines, gauges, pumps, valves, etc.

Makes regular and consistent entries of pertinent information on log forms.

Repairs boiler room equipment, e.g., valves, bearings, packing, gauges, expansion joints, pumps, electrical controls.

Conducts daily water quality tests under the direction of the contracted Water Quality Engineer.

Maintains water softener and RO in accordance with prescribed techniques to ensure sufficient quantities of both soft and RO water.

Maintains surveillance of No. 1 fuel oil tank for emergency diesel generator set.

Records steam, water and gas consumption in the computerized database.

Maintains water-chilling equipment (e.g., pumps, valves, chillers, cooling towers) to ensure delivery of chilled water.

Prepares chillers and associated equipment for spring start-up and fall shutdown.

Performs other duties as assigned.

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