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Job: Plant Operator - FT

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Job Description

Performs a variety of tasks including basic carpentry, plumbing, HVAC, boiler and heat exchanger operations, fire alarm panel and equipment operation associated with general plant maintenance for hospital environments.   Performs other duties as required.  Supports and adheres to St. Luke Medical Center/Tempe St. Luke's Hospital guest relations philosophy to ensure that our patients, physicians, visitors, and co-workers receive outstanding personal care and attention.


Regulatory Requirements:


·                    Minimum Education:   Vocational training / experience in carpentry, painting, electrical and plumbing trades.


·                    Minimum Experience:  3 to 4 years previous Central Plant (boiler room) experience in a hospital or industrial plant. 2 years previous experience in general maintenance work.  Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.  Must have a valid AZ driver?s license.


·                    Required Certification/Registration

Language Skills:

·                    Ability to read and communicate effective in English.

·                    Additional languages preferred


·                    Basic computer knowledge.


For more than 100 years, the health care professionals at St. Luke’s Medical Center have provided excellent care to a diverse and dynamic community. St. Luke’s Medical Center is a 220-bed hospital, featuring a full range of services, including emergency care, cardiac care, burn care, acute rehabilitation, orthopedics and weight loss surgery. St. Luke’s offers the latest in medical advancements and innovative technology along with a commitment to providing patient-focused care in a friendly, personalized environment. St. Luke’s Medical Center is accredited by DNV Healthcare, a worldwide leader in quality management.

St. Luke's Medical Center / Tempe St. Luke's Hospital are Equal Opportunity Employers; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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