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Position Summary:This position, which reports to the Chief Operating Engineer, is responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the plant’s Boilers and related equipment. The Boiler House is classified as a 1st Class Plant and operates 24 hrs per day, 365 days per year. Normal hours of work will be on a rotating 12 hour shift basis with days being 07:00 to 19:00 and nights being 19:00 to 07:00. Shift schedules may change on a frequent basis as required by the business.The position requires a conscientious person in the areas of operational procedures, quality control & testing, good manufacturing practices (GMP), reporting, safety & housekeeping. The area of responsibility involves boiler operations which include:water treatment;five water tube boilers complete with economizers;steam distribution systems and condensate collection systems;compressed air system which includes air compressors, air dryers and receivers; andall fire protection systems including the main plant fire panels, north property fire panel, the diesel fire pump house and all sprinkler standpipes as well as the emergency generator system.In addition, this position is responsible for administering first aid for all personnel on site.This position is also responsible for answering their phone for after-hours communications and emergency purposes. Core Functions:Producing steam, instrument air, plant air and emergency power in quality and quantity on demand as required by production processes, while achieving or exceeding company quality, environmental and operating cost standards.Continually monitor operations via DeltaV computer and take action as required.Compliance with Work Instruction - Operational Procedures, the latest version of the Technical Standards and Safety Act of Ontario and any other authorities having jurisdiction.Maintain all fire systems in proper and safe working order.Perform and document water tests (e.g. Boiler feed water, condensate and sodium water softener & dealkalizer water hardness).Check all equipment in the diesel fire pump house and the emergency water meter.Blow down all air receivers, oil separators and air compressors minimum once per shift.Quickly responding to high conductivity condensate alarms to identify the source of the problem and to take appropriate measures to ensure boilers and equipment are not adversely affected by such high conductivity condensate.Promptly respond to any process alarms to ensure operating conditions and equipment is maintained in a safe and efficient manner.Maintain all gas lines and #2 fuel oil back-up systems in proper and safe working order.Responsible for administering first aid to injured workers as required as well as completing, and distributing first aid reports to worker's supervisors in a timely manner. In the case of a medical aid when direct supervision is not on site, the worker's supervisor must be informed immediately and the appropriate paperwork must be completed and promptly forwarded to the appropriate supervisor.Responsible for receiving calls during off hours and relaying messages to appropriate personnel in a timely manner. Whenever possible, the boiler operator must answer the phone before it goes to voicemailResponsible for communications over the plant-wide P A system during any plant fire alarms and evacuations.Accurately record readings for all major utility meters.Maintain the safe and efficient use of all equipment, ensuring only the equipment that needs to run is operating and in good order.Maintain good manufacturing practices (GMP) at all times.Maintain a high standard of housekeeping in the boiler room, and the diesel fire pump house.Maintain the boiler operator's logbook as required by the TSSA Operating Engineer Regulation.Report all inventories of sulphuric acid, caustic, salt, #2 fuel oil and boiler chemicals daily.Report operational/equipment problems and discrepancies to the Supervisor and follow Company call-in procedures when necessary to control down time.Provide written reports of operational / equipment problems and discrepancies to the Supervisor, utilizing the Employee Departmental Report Form and following the Operator Protocol for calling the on-call supervisor and the Company Call-in Procedures when necessary. Work orders to be processed through the direct report unless priority # 1 during off-hours.Provide accurate written reports on any incidents, accidents, fires or spills as necessary, utilizing the Employee Departmental Report Form.Comply with all Bunge Canada Corporate policies including Safe Work Practices, Emergency Measures Plan, and the Occupational Health and safety Act of Ontario. Maintain safety standards in all areas of work.Attend and participate in training as required by Bunge.Check operations of Geka boiler and ammonia compressors by communicating with EOF supervision and recording all information in the EOF Master Log Book.Complete any other task required to run a safe and efficient operation as requested by the Company. Skills and Experience:This position requires a Second Class Power (Operating) Engineers Certificate.This position requires the incumbent to possess a current and valid driver's license in the province of Ontario (Class G or equivalent).
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