State of Washington Classified Job Specification
STATIONARY ENGINEER 2
Directs analysis of boiler feed water samples and determines water treatment;
Confers with supervisor regarding maintenance and operational problems and recommends corrective action;
Stands watch alone or with stationary boiler operator or resident or patient helpers in complex boiler system;
Keeps or directs keeping of charts and records; prepares reports on heating plant operations;
Instructs operating personnel in proper operating and maintenance methods and procedures;
Enforce safety regulations at all times and maintain safety precautions as appropriate;
Performs other work as required.
Knowledge and Abilities
Ability to: test and analyze operation of steam boilers and auxiliary equipment; instruct and supervise others; keep records; make written reports; perform heavy manual labor; work under and withstand elevated ambient temperature.
Three years of experience in the operation, maintenance and/or repair of stationary or marine high pressure boilers and heating systems.
Certificate of completion of an advanced Stationary Engineer course from an accredited vocational/technical school or community college and two years of experience in the operation, maintenance and/or repair of stationary or marine high pressure boilers and heating systems.
One year of State service as a Stationary Engineer 1.
Note: Designations of boilers shall be as defined in Washington Boilers and Unfired Pressure VesselsLaw.