Salt Lake City


    Requisition ID
    Minimum Salary
    USD $21.93/Hr.
    Maximum Salary
    USD $29.91/Hr.
    Post End Date
    US-UT-Salt Lake City
  • Overview

    Under the direction of an Airport Maintenance Manager, incumbent performs the specialized duties required to support the operations and maintenance of the Airport’s Glycol Waste Reclamation Facility and Glycol Collection/Conveyance System. Monitors, troubleshoots and operates equipment necessary to ensure that glycol waste is processed in a safe, compliant, efficient and quality conscience manner. Performs lab analysis and quality control to ensure that permit requirements, specifications and customer needs are met. As necessary, directs and supervises the performance of onsite contractors assigned to complete repairs. Keeps a written log of equipment maintenance and repairs. Maintains and provides oversight of the Pretreatment, Mechanical Vapor Recompression (MVR), Fractional Distillation Column, and Aircraft Deicing Conveyance systems.


    • Responsible to start up, shutdown, operate and maintain the Pretreatment, Mechanical Vapor Recompression (MVR) and the Fractional Distillation column without supervision; performs general maintenance functions using hand and power tools. 
    • During the pretreatment process operate, troubleshoot and maintain the plate and frame heat exchangers, clarifier, water softeners, ultra filtration system, ion exchange and reverse osmosis systems.
    • Related to the Mechanical Vapor Recompression Process, operate, troubleshoot and maintain the tube and shell heat exchangers, vacuum pump, condenser, turbo fans, cooling tower, thermal fluid heater, pneumatic process control valves, resistance temperature detectors, level controllers, and program logic controls (PLC).
    • Related to the Distillation Column Process, operate, troubleshoot and maintain the reboiler, condenser, overhead receiver, vacuum pump, thermal fluid heater, cooling tower, process control valves, resistance temperature detectors, centrifugal pumps, gear pumps, positive displacement pumps and program logic controls (PLC).
    • Handle highly corrosive chemicals including sodium hydroxide, sulfuric acid, citric acid, sodium hypochlorite, and various cleaning compounds. 
    • Continuously monitor and record specified data during system operation to ensure the process is operating within design specifications. Make adjustments to the process using the computer and PLC interface in order to achieve the desired product quality and concentration. 
    • Operate and calibrate laboratory equipment including pH and conductivity meters, scales, pipettes, refractometers, aqua tester and spectrophotometer.
    • Perform wastewater analysis to ensure discharge wastewaters meet permit specifications.  
    • Perform product quality analysis to ensure the finished product meets customer specifications.
    • Directs maintenance personnel and semi-skilled workers as well as representatives of local utility companies, contractors, and sub-contractors, in the repair of equipment and restoral of services. Keeps a written log of equipment maintenance and repairs.
    • Operates Ground Recovery Vehicle (GRV) during deicing operations. 
    • Performs other duties as assigned.


    • High school diploma and four years of related work experience including training with maintenance and process equipment. A combination of related post-high school training in electrical, mechanical maintenance and/or journey trade certification may be substituted for up to two years of experience on a year for year basis. 
    • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of system controls including pneumatic valves, program logic controls, chemical metering pumps, diaphragm pumps, centrifugal pumps and multi-stage high pressure pumps. 
    • Ability to comprehend detailed procedures, equipment O&M manuals, and design schematics. 
    • Knowledge of OSHA safety standards, potential hazards and application of accident prevention measures associated with the operation of equipment. 
    • Ability to act as a Confined Space Entry Supervisor. 
    • Possession of a valid state driver's license or Utah Driving Privilege card. Must also be able to obtain a Class B commercial drivers license (CDL) within one year of hire. 
    • Physically able to wear a respirator; ability to work in confined spaces.  
    • Ability to read and interpret blue prints, circuit diagrams and flowcharts. 
    • Ability to understand and relay critical verbal and written instructions transmitted electronically, via radio or telephone. 
    • Ability to relate well with the general public, tenants, supervisors, and fellow employees. 
    • Ability to work rotating shifts which may include days, afternoons, graveyard, weekends, and holidays.


    • Thorough knowledge of standards, practices, materials, and methods used in process equipment operation in an aviation environment. Knowledge of City, Airport, and FAA regulations associated with Airport maintenance equipment and personnel.
    • Ability to weld and fabricate.
    • Computer literate in Windows operating system or better.


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