Utilities Tech (Golden, CO)

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Learn to effectively and efficiently operate, monitor and perform maintenance on Utilities equipment and systems to ensure plant refrigeration, electrical distribution, CO2, air, steam, condensate and cooling water is distributed to all user departments in proper quantity and quality to assure continuous plant operation.
Troubleshoot utilities equipment and provide support to production on troubleshooting operational problems. Performs and document compliance PM's on plant ammonia and CFC systems as well as maintenance PM's / repairs as needed (Autonomous Maintenance level tasks).
The successful candidate must be able to work independently as well as in a fast paced team environment. A formal, structured 2-year training program will be followed including testing. Must be able to quickly learn/understand complex, technical and large equipment.
Minimum Requirements (knowledge and experience requirements)
Must be a minimum 21 years of age.
Must have a high school diploma or GED. Associates degree in industrial related field such as HVAC, Electrical/Mechanical Technology or Predictive Maintenance (preferred)
Prior Navy (Nuclear or Conventional) or Merchant Marine engine room experience is a plus.
Industrial journeyman level and on-the-job experience as a stationary engineer and/or heavy industrial maintenance field. A Maintenance Technician background is highly desirable (preferred)
Must be able to become Haz/Mat and Confined Space Rescue certified.
Specialized Knowledge, Machines or Equipment Operated: Pumps; compressors; steam turbines with extraction and condensing; heat exchangers; high speed and/or potentially dangerous machines; pressure; temperature and vacuum gauges. Universal CFC license, driver's license, forklift license and bronco lift license. Basic hand and power tools; proficient with all computer operating systems and applications; SAP; pumps; compressors; steam turbines with extraction and condensing; heat exchangers; instrumentation and control systems; high voltage switchgear; high speed and/or potentially dangerous machines; pressure, temperature and vacuum gauges; pH and conductivity testers; dew point testers; CO2 purity tester. Demonstrate proficient use of self-contained breathing apparatus within Hazmat Level A suit. Eye and hearing protective devices. Personal Protective Equipment when handling chemicals.
Working in physically confined spaces and awkward positions requiring bending, twisting, stooping and agility. Lifting and maneuvering tools and equipment up to 75 pounds. Regular exposure to high and low temperatures, dust, high humidity and high noise environments. Occasional exposure to hazardous environments above the short-term exposure limit. Must work on ladders at considerable heights. Work around NH3 (ammonia), CO2, acids, bases, chlorine, chlorine dioxide and high voltage electricity. Works outside up to 35% of the time in all weather conditions. Able to work any shift or schedule. May be required to work O/T, either extended shifts or non-scheduled days.
What must this position accomplish in the next 6 months? Next 12 months?
6 months - initial crew rotation, training on Refrigeration, Carbon Dioxide, Cooling Water and Compressed Air systems. Hazmat Level III and NFPA70E qualifications.
12 months - continued training on PSM, Electrical Distribution and Steam/Condensate systems.
Apply via the MillerCoors website, careers page at www.millercoors.com - search for Colorado openings and apply to req ID 5613BR.

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