The 7372 Stationary Engineers work in two divisions, Operations and Maintenance, and we currently have openings in both divisions.
- Performs a variety of manual tasks requiring the handling of equipment exposed to raw sewage; collects and performs simple assessments of raw sewage and chemical samples on prescribed schedule at specific locations by making chemical and physical assessments to assess the efficiency of the treatment processes and to ensure compliance with the NPDES
- Permit (National Pollution Discharge Elimination System, Permit).
- Inspects sewage pipe lines, tanks and gates to check for the condition of equipment, for infiltration and blockage of debris and build-up of mineral deposits, etc., by draining tanks, by monitoring pressure and flow indicators and by visual inspection to determine any problem areas to ensure proper operation.
- Operates, inspects, maintains, overhauls and makes major and minor repairs to wide variety of pumping, heating, ventilating, process machinery and equipment in a wastewater treatment plant or pumping station, including pumps, bar racks, grit collectors, conveyors and washers, chlorinators, evaporators and storage tanks, sludge collectors, drive units, deodorizing equipment and a wide variety of metering and recording devices to assure the safety and efficiency of equipment and facilities; includes lubricating and greasing machinery and equipment; cleaning and maintaining machinery, equipment and facility to ensure safety and equipment reliability.
- Makes regular visual, audio, olfactory and tactile inspections and/or manual tests of all plant machinery and equipment, including auxiliary equipment, in an assigned area or pumping station, maintaining logs and records of required maintenance, completed maintenance, equipment and work order history by taking periodic readings of gauges and meters to ensure that sewage plant is working safely, efficiently and properly; and to provide an accurate record of maintenance, preventive maintenance, equipment, and work order history.
- Completion of a recognized four-year stationary engineer Apprenticeship Program; OR
- Graduation from a recognized four-year Maritime Academy with a degree in Engineering or technology; OR
- Four years of verifiable journey level Stationary Engineer, Plant Operator and/or Plant Mechanic experience in the operation, maintenance, and repair of a variety of mechanical and electrical pumping, heating, air-conditioning, ventilating, and related plant machinery of wastewater treatment plant; government establishment; hospital; industrial, production, or commercial building; OR
- Possession of at least a 3rd Assistant Marine Engineer’s License of any unrestricted horsepower (experience as an Oiler or
- Firetender will not be accepted as qualifying); OR
- Possession of a FAA Airframe or Power Plant Certificate and four years verifiable experience in an Airframe or
- Powerplant mechanic or maintenance technician capacity that utilizes the certificate; AND
- Possession of a valid driver’s license.
Company: City and County of San Francisco
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Other
Job Location: Modesto, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A