Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies is recruiting for a Stationary Engineer located in New Brunswick, NJ.
Caring for the world one person at a time has inspired and united the people of Johnson & Johnson for 125 years. We embrace research and science -- bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world.
The Stationary Engineer inspects and checks equipment on a frequency basis to predict and anticipate problems in order for work to be performed on a planned, scheduled basis rather than an emergency failure. Operates and keeps in good operating condition gas fired low pressure hot water boilers, combustion control systems, pumps, electrical substations, switchboards, cooling towers, steam generators, high temperature converters and their pumps, water treatment equipment on all water systems, air conditioning equipment, air compressors and auxiliary equipment to obtain the highest efficiency in meeting plant and office requirements for heat, power, light, water, and air. Uses test instruments to detect need for repair and adjustment. Works from blueprints, diagrams, or specifications.
In performance of these duties, will be required to:
- At start of shift, checks schedule and operating conditions by referring to log sheets and other reports.
- Checks with Engineer on preceding shift for any special instructions or conditions.
- Operates and monitors Honeywell building automation system computer.
- Follows schedule in checking operations and equipment; reads gauges, recording instruments and charts, and interprets readings.
- Logs specified information.
- If observations and readings indicate other than normal conditions, diagnoses cause of trouble and makes necessary adjustments or changes to correct trouble.
- If schedule changes or emergencies make it necessary, makes necessary operational and/or mechanical adjustments to meet conditions.
- Maintains proper water level, temperature and pressure by manual use of controls if automatic controls do not function properly.
- Checks combustion control system and, if necessary, makes necessary manual adjustments if automatic controls are not operating properly.
- Makes repairs and adjustments to HVAC equipment.
- Tests boiler water, cooling towers, plant water, etc., and adds, checks, and regulates necessary chemicals.
- As specified, checks steam generators, cooling towers, hot water converters, air compressors, and heating and ventilating units throughout plant. Makes necessary repairs or adjustments to maintain operation of said equipment.
- Makes adjustments and replacement to H&V unit controls or determines repairs needed and notifies supervisor.
- As required, makes out mechanical orders and, in emergencies, calls for mechanical assistance.
- Checks equipment for proper lubrication and keeps equipment and work areas clean and orderly.
- Responsible for the shutting down and starting up of utilities for any or all sections of plant as scheduled or directed.
- Maintain electric fire pump.
- Be familiar with all types of refrigerant gasses and fluids.
- Have and maintain a good overall knowledge of all types of refrigeration systems such as: compressors, centrifugal, absorption, etc.
- Operate, and service air and electrical systems for air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating controls.
- Diagnose mechanical and electrical troubles and repair in a reasonable length of time.
- Use test instruments such as: electronic leak detector, temp and humidity recorder, psychrometer, velometer, ammtherm, voltmeter, ammeter, micrometer, tachometer, hermetic analyzer, dial indicator, etc., and interpret readings as required.
- Does simple pipe fitting work such as installing valves, making temporary hook ups for cleaning condensors, pack chilled water pumps, etc.
- Assist with simple sheet metal work to install duct thermometers, immersion thermostats, safety thermostats, etc.
- Maintenance checks and operations on assigned equipment. Work from blueprints, diagrams, specifications, etc.
- Also uses pressure-temperature tables and psychometric charts.
- Work from ladders and scaffold, as required.
- Keep work areas neat and orderly; conform to all safety rules and regulations.
- Replacement of air filters.
- Makes out daily record sheet of work performed. Keeps abreast of changes in trade practices and equipment, particularly as they may apply to Johnson & Johnson equipment and processes.
- Secures samples as scheduled from other water using facilities, such as steam boilers, generators, chilled water systems, perimeter heating, etc.
- Tests samples and records test results.
- Adjusts chemical feed systems or adds chemicals as needed, based on test results.
- Records corrective action.
- Makes out weekly report showing daily test results, water usage, chemical usage, etc., for general plant facilities.
- Maintains supplies of chemicals and notifies supervisor when supplies are needed.
- This is a union position, Workers United, affiliated with SEIU Local #630.
- High School Graduate with technical schooling preferred.
- 6+ years of relative experience in steam & hot water generation, refrigeration, electrical theory, computer operations and mechanical repairs is required.
- Working rotating shifts and overtime as directed is required.
- Must hold a current New Jersey Boiler Operator License, Blue Seal required. Computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel) is preferred.
- HVAC experience is strongly preferred.
- Experience working with building automation systems, such as Honeywell is preferred.
United States-New Jersey-New BrunswickOrganization
Johnson & Johnson (6067)Job Function
Facilities (Eng)Requisition ID