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Chief Stationary Engineer (2nd class) New




Huron, United States

United States





Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

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The Chief Operating Engineer is responsible for the overall powerhouse supervision, facility systems and equipment within the plant facility. Highly involved in energy management for the facility along with coordinating and monitoring plant fire and security systems. Supervising the team of Operating Engineers in order to meet all sanitary requirements of the Steam, Water and Air system including meeting the sanitization times, following Baxter’s SOPs and complying with all quality processes.

Major Responsibilities

  • Coach and Communicate to the engineer’s the Daily Plant and Production Requirements.

  • Supervise and manage Stationary Engineer personnel by ensuring all employee training is up to date and safe working environments are maintained.

  • Ensure the Boiler room is meeting all regulatory requirements dictated TSSA.

  • Support the release of products by completing process exception documents, open issues identified in weekly/quarterly/annual quality checks and close audit items.

  • Plan and Monitor Plant Preventative Maintenance Schedules and Equipment Repair for Power House.

  • Coordinate with the Calibration Engineer to ensure all calibration requirements are completed on time.

  • Support validation projects and complete protocols that aid process improvement and new product development.

  • Assist with process improvements that will require specification creation or change requests, software changes, and modification to any process related.

  • Monitor energy consumption of the plant (steam, water, electricity and gas Consumption).

  • Product release documentation (sanitization reports and HVAC reports).

  • Manage plant HVAC systems – Performance, Repairs, Life Cycle Management.

Education Level


  • Second Class Power Engineer Certification


  • Trade Certified Mechanical or Electrical

Major Subjects / Specialties


  • Math, English Chemistry,Thermodynamics
  • Blue Print Reading
  • PLC / Instrumentation
  • Accounting

Type of Experience


  • Boiler Room Operation /Administration
  • Water Treatment
  • Lean Management Principals
  • EMS ( Perfect Equipment)
  • Maintenance and Repair (Computerized Maintenance System)
  • HVAC for Pharmaceuticals

Years of Experience


  • Worked > 10 years Shift Engineer in Charge of Plant Operations, Maintenance and Facilities

Additional Skills / Special Training / Technical Skills Required


  • Strong problem solving, negotiating, solutions orientation and presentation skills.
  • Capable of analyzing and solving complex problems through innovative thought.
  • Computer Knowledge Mechanical Aptitude.
  • Strong process and project management capabilities.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, negotiation skills, ability to work with all levels of the organization.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with internal and external customers.
  • Strong ability to balance multiple priorities.
  • People management experience including the ability to motivate and mentor.


  • Heating and Ventilating.
  • Refrigeration.
  • PLC Programming / Trouble Shooting Experience.
  • 6 Sigma Certification / EMS Perfect Equipment Training.
  • Familiarity with GMP Requirements.
  • Understanding of Heat and Mass Transfer.
  • Understanding of Fluid Mechanics.



Reasonable Accommodations

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