4th Class Power Engineer (Full-Time & Casual, Multiple Sites)
Providence Health Care
Are you a ticketed 4th Class Power Engineer looking stability and a fantastic culture?
Does the idea of joining a tight-knit, multi-trade facilities maintenance team that is the part of the backbone of public health care supporting our clinical teams sound like a strong values fit?
Did we mention competitive compensation?
Providence Health Care's Facilities Maintenance (FM) team is accepting applications for casual and full-time Fourth Class Power Engineers. This is a unique opportunity to join a team with a fantastic culture, caring management, and strong leadership. Our FM team provides essential maintenance services in a public healthcare setting, ensuring the smooth operations of facilities so our clinical teams can deliver the exceptional level of patient care we strive for on a daily basis.
If you'd like to learn more about what a career in public health care might be like, apply today! No cover letter required.
Job Description Summary
Reporting to the Chief Engineer, performs duties related to the safe operation and maintenance of the plant. Performs inspection and repair of a variety of equipment such as heating and air conditioning systems, pneumatic systems, HVAC, water lines, sumps, sterilizers, ovens, warmers, toilets, and bathtubs. Ensures compliance with various codes and regulations related to power engineering and/or safety policies and procedures.
Who we are:
Providence is a non-profit healthcare provider with over fifteen sites, including a large tertiary hospital in the heart of Vancouver’s beautiful and vibrant Downtown, a smaller community hospital in the idyllic Mount Pleasant neighborhood, one of the largest referral centres for rehabilitation in British Columbia, and five long-term care facilities, as well as other clinics.
As a leading teaching and research organization, and the provincial referral center for Cardiac, HIV/AIDS, and Renal Care, we provide services ranging from acute and long-term care to leading substance use and addiction treatment supporting some of BC’s most marginalized communities. Guided by the motto “how you want to be treated”, delivering exceptional patient and family-centered care is our mission.
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Qualifications / Skills and Education
Certificate of competency as a 4th Class Power Engineer recognized by the Province of British Columbia. Two years’ recent, related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Skills and Abilities
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Ability to deal with others effectively.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, drawings and specifications.
Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
Ability to organize work.
Ability to operate related equipment.
Duties and Responsibilities
Operates heating and air conditioning systems including starting up and shutting down related pumps, fans, air compressors and pneumatic systems. Monitors and adjusts temperature control systems and records meter and gauge readings to ensure distribution or air heating to designated areas. Checks and repairs equipment such as hot and cold water lines, waste lines, sewer lines, sumps and traps, steam valves, radiator traps, sterilizers, ovens, warmers and distribution lines, sinks toilets, bath tubs, showers and other plumbing fixtures Monitors and adjusts physical plant and heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems by operating a variety of mechanical, pneumatic and/or electronic control systems and performing tasks such as altering systems operating parameters and schedules. Repairs and calibrates various instrumentation components of the steam and HVAC systems. Performs preventive and demand maintenance on steam and hot water heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems by lubricating, repairing, replacing, or installing equipment and or parts such as pumps, fans, air compressors, heaters, refractories, pneumatic systems, valves, bearings and seals. Tests and maintains auxiliary power generators and repairs/adjusts as required. Cleans, checks, lubricates and performs minor welding repairs to equipment such as beds, wheelchairs, stretchers, and floor cleaners. Changes and cleans ventilating air filters, fan rooms, and duct work as required. Answers service and emergency calls for systems such as fire protection, medical air, vacuum and gas and ETO sterilizers. Resets systems, assesses and performs required repairs and/or calls in required persons according to established procedures. Monitors and adjusts chemical treatment systems. Maintains, repairs, replaces and extends steam piping systems including components of the Physical Plant such as expansion joints, valves, steam traps, strainers, heat exchangers, gauges, and insulation. Ensures compliance with various codes and regulations applying to power engineering and/or safety policies and procedures by methods such as providing direction in relation to plant safety to persons working within the power plant, maintaining work area in accordance with established safety standards and guidelines and reporting operating inefficiencies, breakdowns and safety hazards to designate as required. Maintains records and makes log book entries, and carries out tests and calculations. Performs other related duties as assigned.