Plant Utilities Assistant
Open to DOH and NYS employees only.
|Agency||New York State Department of Health|
|Title||Plant Utilities Assistant|
|Salary||$32,653 - $40,136|
|Salary Grade||Grade 9|
|Negotiating Unit||CSEA - Operational Services Unit/03|
|Location||Wadsworth Center Maintenance and Operations David Axelrod Institute, New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY AND/OR Griffin Laboratory, State Farm Road, Slingerlands, NY|
|Minimum Qualifications||NYS employee with one year or more of permanent or contingent-permanent, competitive service as a Plant Utilities Assistant (G9).|
|Responsibilities||With supervision, responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the heating plant, chill plant, mechanical rooms, and building on an assigned shift; Perform any necessary repairs and/or adjustments; Operate the Direct Digital Control computer as well as all other computer systems that monitor and control building systems; Perform preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance, adjustments to equipment in the heating and chill plants, mechanical rooms and building; under the supervision of a trained and certified pesticide applicator, test and treat the cooling towers and closed loop systems with biocide chemicals.|
|Conditions of Employment||Permanent, full-time. This is a shift position. Shift will be assigned in accordance with Articles 44 and 50 of the CSEA/OSU contract. Since exposure to potentially hazardous substances may be involved in this position, the candidate who accepts this position may be required to wear personal protective equipment, undergo pre-employment and periodic health evaluations, and receive specific immunizations.|
|Application Procedure||Submit resume to Human Resources Management Group, PUA/12585/EGB, Room 2217, Corning Tower Building, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12237-0012, or by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to (518) 473-3395. Please use a subject line of PUA/12585/EGB.|
|Submit resumes by||until position is filled.|
An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
|Issued||August 16, 2013|