Reporting to the Energy Manager, the Supervisor Central Heating Plant will be responsible for the safe and efficient plant operation, over 2 million square feet of heating. Ensure compliance with all local state and federal permit requirements as it pertains to equipment operation. The Supervisor is also responsible for all jurisdictional boilers, air tanks, and all underground fuel storage tanks. The Supervisor is also responsible for steam distribution maintenance and project upgrades.
The Supervisor Central Heating Plant will be responsible for the direct supervision of the 5 licensed operating engineers, ensuring they are trained in how to safely operate all boilers and machinery in the central heating plant. Supervisor must maintain up to date standard operating procedures for all boilers, appurtenances and associated equipment.
Supervisor is responsible for all water treatment activities on campus, this includes coordinating with the water treatment vendor and in-house personnel to ensure that all systems are within operating parameters and all record keeping is maintained. This includes all hot and chilled water loops, steam and condensate systems and cooling towers.
The Supervisor will provide direct project management of MEP projects ranging in scope from small annuals to large majors in excess of $2 million per project. Projects will include steam distribution upgrades, large boiler room upgrades and large HVAC equipment upgrades.The Supervisor Central Heating Plant must also prioritize all equipment replacements and system upgrades as necessary to keep all systems operational as required.
Candidates must have Massachusetts Second Class Engineer’s License, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection UST Class A/B Operator Certificate and must be certified to conduct EPA method 9 (visible emissions) observations.
Must have at least 7 years steam plant operational experience. Experience as a Chief Engineer preferred.
Must be able to read mechanical, electrical and plumbing Cad drawings. Must
have experience managing MEP upgrade projects.
Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Mechanical concentration preferred).
Must have Massachusetts Second Class Engineer’s License. Must have Massachusetts Department of
Environmental Protection UST Class A/B Operator Certificate. Must be certified
to conduct EPA method 9 (visible emissions) observations.