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Maintenance Technician Boiler

Location:
New York, NY
Posted:
December 04, 2021

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Roland Marrero

*** **** ****** **., *********, NY 12570

adpj2w@r.postjobfree.com

845-***-****

WORK EXPERIENCE

Green Mechanical, Long Island City, NY

Maintenance Technician, January 2017 – Present

Troubleshoots and repairs hot water boilers, burners (gas & oil combustion), associated control systems, heat pumps and various piping systems.

Performs boiler cleanings, inspections, preventative maintenance, as well as replace boiler systems as needed.

Possess’ technical field knowledge within multiple operating systems that include interpreting electrical schematics and mechanical drawings.

Modified and cleaned pipe systems and ensured preventative maintenance activities.

REM Construction & Technical Services, Hopewell Junction, NY

Owner/Engineering Services, March 2008 – December 2016

Repaired and serviced various types of boilers and burners, as well as management control systems such as Fireeye and Honeywell.

Inspected and tested pipe systems to ensure safety, which included repairing leaks and adjusting different systems as required.

Managed material, storage, workflow, transportation, security equipment and tools.

Mentored and consulted apprentices on the operation and controls of boilers, as well as any boiler related equipment and systems.

GTS Energy, Atlanta, GA

Field Service Technician, December 2006 – March 2008

Experienced with servicing thermal fluid heaters and high-pressure boilers.

Repaired water bath heaters, as well as provided full installation on various projects.

Worked on all fuel handling equipment, burners, controls, and control wiring.

Maintained workplace safety and adhered to all OSHA regulations and protocols.

MILITARY EXPERIENCE

United States Navy

Electrical/Mechanical Equipment Repairman, Newport, RI

Inspected electrical connections, wiring, relays, charging resistance boxes, and storage batteries.

Assembled electrical parts such as alternators, generators, starting devices, and switches, following schematic drawings.

Removed and replaced defective parts such as coil leads, carbon brushes, and wires using various types of equipment.

Steam-cleaned polishing and buffing wheels to remove abrasives and bonding materials, as well as spray or recoat surfaces, as necessary.

Rewired electrical systems, which included repairing or replacing electrical accessories.



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