Stationary Operating Engineer

the direction of the Manager of Health System Facilities, service, maintain,
repair and/or install major and auxiliary equipment to control chillers,
domestic and hydronic hot water heaters, cooling towers, expansion valves,
motors, fans, pumps, controls, hermetic and semi-hermetic compressors and other
specialized HVAC equipment to achieve maximum performance and efficiency of
operation. Inspect and calibrate operating controls, safety controls and all
related auxiliary equipment for obvious damage, signs of deterioration and need
of replacement to ensure safe, correct, and accurate operation. Prepare
accurate written reports and maintenance records. Interact with staff,
management, and the campus community in an effective and diplomatic manner.
Perform duties utilizing appropriate safety practices. Other duties as

Working knowledge of
  • HVAC systems and associated systems and equipment
  • methods and proper use of tools for diagnosing and repairing
    electrical and mechanical systems
  • applicable codes including CMC, CEC, NFPA 99 and 101
  • safe working practices
  • compressed air, vacuum, and other healthcare building systems
  • current Joint Commission and DHS standards including applicable Title 22 and Title 24 codes.

Skill in:
  • communicating information clearly and concisely
  • performing basic mathematical calculations
  • reading and writing standard English in order to
    understand written direction and convey concise and grammatically correct

Ability to:
  • perform basic computer tasks using MS Office suite of
  • stand, crawl, walk and stoop,
    push, pull and lift or lower objects up to 50 pounds
  • enter
    man-holes, vaults, and other classified and unclassified confined spaces
  • climb ladders, fixed and portable
  • work in areas with
    loud machinery and use appropriate hearing protection.

Must possess strong time
management skills. Must be a self-starter with ability to work productively
with minimal supervision.

Willingness to work overtime as required and to work under adverse situations.

working in a hospital environment and familiarity with standard protocols on
systems inherent to hospital operations.

EPA certification.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.