Lewis - Sullivan Lumber is seeking applicants for a Boiler
Operator located in NORTHPORT, AL. Ashton Lewis -
Sullivan Lumber is a manufacturer of lumber products and distributor
of building products servicing Do-It-Yourself retail home centers,
pro dealers, and other retail building-related and industrial
$16 - $22 PER HOUR
operators operate, repair, maintain, and adjust boilers, turbines,
pumps, compressors, water lines, steam lines, valves, and all related
systems and equipment. Boiler operators work in industrial environments
such as factories, power plants, warehouses, and in the equipment rooms
of large buildings that run on boiler systems. People in this career
work all shifts, including nights and weekends, and report directly to
floor supervisors or managers. Boiler operators work within boiler rooms
and equipment rooms and rarely travel in the course of their day-to-day
and Maintain Boilers: Boiler operators perform frequent inspection
checks and regular maintenance on boiler systems and related valves,
gauges, piping, and other equipment.
Fluids: Boiler operators constantly inspect water, gas, and other
fluid levels inside boilers and related equipment, making
adjustments to fluids as necessary to keep systems operating at peak
Boiler Machinery: Boiler operators repair piping, valves, and other
boiler machinery as needed.
Boiler Parts: Boiler operators replace defective valves, gauges, and
other boiler parts as needed.
Daily Readings: Boiler operators record daily gas readings, feed
water tests, and other test results.
Equipment: Boiler operators adjust valves and boiler controls as
needed to control the amount of pressure in the system and keep the
boiler system functioning safely.
Cleanliness: Boiler operators keep all boiler rooms, related
facilities, and work areas clean and organized at all times.
Blueprints: Boiler operators read and follow blueprints, operations
manuals, and instructions to perform scheduled maintenance and make
repairs to boiler systems.
operators are professional and hands-on technicians with a high degree
of mechanical aptitude who work in physically demanding environments.
Employers require boiler operators to display these required job
stamina – boiler operators are physically able to work in the most
extreme conditions, including hot, cold, wet, and steamy environments,
and are able to lift up to 75 pounds at a time
strength – boiler operators sometimes perform work at extreme heights
and in tight, confined spaces, which requires them to stay composed
and focused even in the most uncomfortable, frightening locations
skills – boiler operators check readings and work with numbers
regularly; they can immediately recall measurements and formulas to
determine when parts of the boiler system are experiencing too much
strain, which requires a good grasp of mathematics and the ability to
make quick calculations
skills – boiler operators make quick decisions to solve potential and
existing problems, which requires decisive problem-solving skills
skills – because boiler operators frequently speak with other boiler
workers and provide detailed updates to their immediate supervisors,
people in this career have good verbal communication skills
successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen and post job offer
candidates please submit resumes with "BOILER OPERATOR" in
subject line to:
Equal Opportunity Employer
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