Reports to the Energy Center Supervisor and according to established procedures, operates and controls all mechanical equipment in energy centers. Responsible for the comfort and operation of three high pressure boilers which supply a continuous supply of steam to the Health Center. Observes pressure, temperature and meters and adjusts equipment as necessary. Observes boilers and auxiliary units to detect malfunctions and performs minor repairs. Tests and treats boiler water and regularly cleans insides of boilers. Manipulates valves to control flow of water and fuel and to increase or decrease steam pressure as necessary. Ability to read in order to observe meters, manipulate valves, test and treat boiler water, understand and follow written and oral instructions in ensuring operation is in accordance with building codes and regulations, write in order to post data into logbook, operate and make minor repairs to boiler room equipment as normally acquired through completion of technical training one to two years post high school and or and associates degree. Approximately two to three years related experience required to gain expertise necessary to troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment and fully understand boiler equipment operation. Analytical skills necessary in order to detect malfunctions and perform all necessary adjustments and/or repairs required to maintain continuous supply of steam. Must have a current, valid driver’s license.