Job Summary The Licensed Plumber/Pipefitter will be responsible for:
Responding to routine and emergency service requests via on line work order, radio dispatch or as assigned by Group Leader/Supervisor.
Planning assigned work by examining detailed blueprints/drawings and project specifications, selecting and obtaining needed equipment and materials and determining appropriate sequence of tasks.
Installing and maintaining piping for water, steam, sanitary waste, drainage and other related systems within scope of licensure. Cutting, threading, bending, assembling, installing and sealing pipes, valves and fittings composed of various materials using a variety of hand and power tools.
Pressurizing and inspecting pipes/connections for leaks, resoldering joints and repairs, adjusting and replacing valves.
Installing, securing and maintaining system fixtures and equipment such as sinks, toilets and sprinklers. Screwing threaded pipes and fittings together, bolts or solders connections and attaches fixtures to walls or ceilings.
Repairing and/or replacing leaking faucets, worn seals and gaskets, clogged drains and other plumbing fixtures/equipment as needed.
Maintaining communication with other engineering department personnel in order to plan and coordinate work assignments and describe and refer problems/issues outside scope of authority/trade.
Communicating with customer departments as needed to clarify job specifications and minimize any disruption of department services/operations.
Completing, filing and/or routing a variety of logs and records required to document work performed and ensure compliance with hospital and regulatory requirements.
Accessing hospital and/or departmental computer systems in order to process and forward work orders, receive, prepare and respond to routine electronic correspondence and perform other related functions.
Maintaining neatness and safety of work area. Cleaning and maintaining tools and equipment in working condition, reporting items in need of repair or replacement to Group Leader/Supervisor. Returning materials/equipment to designated storage locations.
Maintaining technical knowledge and skills through attendance at in-service and continuing education programs and participation in other related activities.
Contributing to teamwork.
In order to qualify, you must have:
Current Massachusetts Plumber or Pipefitter licensure required
High School / GED and up to 1 year of basic technical training required
Basic Technical Training required
1 years' experience required
3 years of facilities experience preferred
Hospital experience preferred
Boston Children's Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits including flexible schedules, affordable health, vision and dental insurance, child care and student loan subsidies, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition and certain License and Certification Reimbursement, cell phone plan discounts and discounted rates on T-passes. Experience the benefits of passion and teamwork.
Boston Children's Hospital is a 395-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care. As one of the largest pediatric medical centers in the United States, Children's offers a complete range of health care services for children from birth through 21 years of age.