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Offline Jason R

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Third-Class Temporary (5 months) : UBC
« on: Apr 23, 2015, 09:39 »

PM JasonR for details (since he used to work there).

Update: Position is being advertised as "part-time" on Indeed and internally.

Job PostingJob ID:20631 Location:Vancouver - Point Grey CampusEmployment Group:IUOE 882Job Category:Trades - IUOE 882Classification Title:T/S - Asst.Shift Eng.w/3rd Cl.Business Title:T/S - Asst.Shift Eng.w/3rd Cl.VP/Faculty:VP Finance,Resources & Ops.Department:UBC Utilities - Steam PlantSalary:$33.74 (Hourly)Full/Part Time:Part-TimeDesired Start Date:2015/05/04Job End Date:2015/10/30Funding Type:Budget FundedClosing Date:2015/04/28Available Openings:1Return to Previous Page Job SummaryUBC Energy and Water Services  oversees the overall management of energy and water at the UBC Vancouver Campus, working within a mandate of fiscal efficiency, operational excellence, environmental sustainability and innovative demonstrations. The Assistant Shift Engineer is responsible for routine maintenance in the Powerhouse, for cleaning, minor repairs, and assisting the Shift Engineer with operations. Is responsible for giving immediate attention to emergency calls noted on the building panel or Building Management System.Organizational StatusReports to the Assistant Chief Engineer and works under the supervision of the Shift Engineer.Work Performed1. Assisting in the operation of the Steam Plant, boilers, and pumps according to the posted schedule.
2. Performing maintenance as directed.
3. Daily test of water samples from all boilers, add chemicals and adjust boiler blow-down to maintain recommended concentrations. Compile Chemical log data.
4. Maintains a safe environment in respects to items such as chemical spills, asbestos damage control and to maintain a level of cleanliness to assigned boilers, equipment and areas.
5. To perform regular duties in regards to record keeping, inventory of chemicals, oils, supplies and charts.
6. Updates and comments on Standard Operating Procedures as requested by the Chief Engineer, Assistant Chief Engineer and Shift Engineer.
7. Attends immediately to emergency calls noted on the building alarm panel or Building Management System. Utilizes the Building Management System terminal to identify malfunctions in equipment where appropriate and in emergency situations may stop and start remote equipment.
8. May be required to perform duties related to the qualifications and requirements of the classification.
Note: Standard operating procedures will be prepared to a common format. Assistance will be provided with word processing and document preparation.Supervision ReceivedReports to the Assistant Chief Engineer and works under the supervision of the Shift Engineer.Supervision GivenMay exercise supervisory functions in regard to others working in connection with maintenance and service in the Powerhouse.Consequence of Error/JudgementClose attention is required to prevent service failures which could temporarily result in curtailment of all steam supply, heating, hot water, and sterilization systems on campus.QualificationsBC Third Class Power Engineer. .UBC hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community.  We especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.


$33 per hour is in lieu of benefits.  It's $30 an hour with benefits.Though with only five months, it may not be worth applying for benefits. :)
« Last Edit: Apr 24, 2015, 09:56 by JasonR »
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