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Posted by Kathleen Blevens on March 05, 2009 at 16:09:46:
Location: Laurel, MD
Company: Edy's Ice Cream
High School degree or general education degree (GED)
Technical certification or degree preferred.
Education: Associate degree in refrigeration technology or equivalent preferred. Relevant technical experience may substitute for education requirements.
Minimum six (6) years experience as an ammonia systems operator including utilities systems operations & Maintenance. Qualified technician preferred.
Understanding and experience with PSM & RMP implementation, inspections, recommended resolutions and audit participation.
Good written and communication skills. Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, MS Access, MP-2
Must be willing to work off shift (2nd or 3rd)
Must be willing to work overtime, weekends and holidays
Expectations through first 12 months
Participate in plant specific training and complete in a timely manner any required coursework
Participate in vendor training as assigned
Show proficiency in at least one platform in assigned unit operation
Participate in 7 step route cause process
Execute Daily Management of PMs and scheduled maintenance
Specific Performance Objectives
Complete all plant specific training course work that are assigned
Perform Housekeeping of various Equipment, Engine, and Mechanical Rooms.
Perform Labeling and Tagging of systems and/or checks for verifications.
Work with a qualified Engineer-On-Duty to learn and train to take Rounds and achieve taking Rounds by yourself.
Provide assistant and perform, as needed, Building Maintenance tasks.
Work with a qualified Engineer-On-Duty to learn and train to work on, eventually alone after being signed off, the monitoring for operations and maintenance of the Utilities Systems mentioned in the General Function.
Participate in reviewing, red-lining, and updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), as well as, utilize the SOPs to perform the operations and maintenance on the systems.
Perform Maintenance Tracking Sheet (MTS) Inspections for the Mechanical Integrity of the Ammonia Refrigeration Systems.
Perform IIAR Bulletin 109 Inspections for the Ammonia System Equipment.
Perform Behavioral Observation Safety (BOSs) checks as required monthly.
Participate in Incident and Accident Investigations if they arise.
Participate in the TPM Seven Step Process for search of root causes.
Fill in for Coverage for other technician positions during their leave.
Perform non-routine tasks that support the business needs as assigned.
Order parts as needed.
Focus direction for predictive and preventive maintenance measures to avoid/eliminate downtime of utilities systems.
Participate to seek understanding and provide corrective responses to the Fire Alarm, Fire Sprinklers, Fire Risers, and ADT Systems.
Perform various other duties as directed by the Utilities System Manager and/or the Utilities Resource to include assistance with other departmental issues.
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