Our Boiler job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Boiler role
A boiler job is a type of skilled trade that involves the installation, maintenance, and repair of boilers and other related equipment. Boiler jobs also require knowledge of safety protocols, as boilers can be dangerous if not installed, maintained, and operated correctly.
The purpose of a Boiler job role is to operate, maintain, and repair industrial boilers and auxiliary equipment to provide steam, hot water, and/or electricity in an efficient and safe manner. Boilers may be used to generate power, heat water or steam, and provide process heating in a variety of industries, such as chemical, food, beverage, paper, and power production. Boiler operators are responsible for ensuring that the boilers are functioning safely and efficiently, and for making any necessary adjustments or repairs to keep them operating at peak performance.
A Boiler Operator is responsible for operating and maintaining boilers and associated equipment in order to provide efficient and reliable steam production and hot water generation. The Boiler Operator must ensure that all safety and environmental regulations are adhered to and that all equipment is operated and maintained according to manufacturer specifications and company policies. This position requires a broad knowledge of safety standards, as well as a strong mechanical aptitude. The Boiler Operator must be able to work with minimal supervision and must be able to diagnose and troubleshoot problems quickly and effectively.
- Inspect and maintain boilers, pipes, pumps and other equipment
- Test pipes to locate leaks
- Repair and replace defective parts
- Monitor boiler systems to ensure efficient operation
- Check fuel supply lines and valves for leaks
- Adjust burners and pressure levels to ensure safe operation
- Maintain records of maintenance and repair work
- Maintenance of boilers
- Ability to read technical drawings
- Knowledge of safety regulations
- Maintaining and repairing boilers and related equipment
- Operating and monitoring boiler systems
- Conducting regular maintenance procedures
- Troubleshooting and diagnosing issues with boilers and related systems
- Installing new equipment and systems
- Ability to troubleshoot problems
- Good communication skills
- Understanding of safety regulations
- Familiarity with tools and equipment