The incumbent reports directly to the HVAC Trade Leader. The position holder is employed as a Commercial Boilers Technician responsible for maintaining and repairing oil, gas and electric burners at various Embassy compound locations. Incumbent performs daily safety checks on pumps, hoses, connections, valves and fittings including overall fuel storages; monitors hardware for building control and monitoring systems, including electronic DDC’s (Digital Direct Controllers), electric and pneumatic controls for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, utility metering; and other building control systems.
The incumbent responsible to performing boilers inspection and maintenance, including but not limited to open and clean boilers during summer months. Monitors and checks contracted repairs to make sure all repairs to boilers are completed properly, dismantles pumps and performs repairs, such as cleaning impellers, repacking stuffing boxes, tightening glands, and replacing bearings using hand tools. Repairs and maintains UST (Underground fuel storage tank) components to include but not limited to submersible pumps, day tank fill solenoid valves, day tank return pumps, return motorized ball valves, water and fuel level sensors, leak detection sensors, fuel receiving control panels, leaking pipes, resetting all fuel tanks alarms, adjust and test automatic safety controls.
Compares the time it takes to fill the tank to capacity fuel pump capacity transfer a specific volume of fuel. Measures the voltage at the pump and identifies actual current draw. Samples and records annually the fuel in the tank.
- Please make sure you enter all your work experience and education through the ERA Application. Attached Curriculum files will not be considered. Supporting documents (i.e. education certificate) must be included in the application for eligibility purposes.