Chief Operating Engineer

City of New Orleans
$74,242 Per year LA New Orleans Fire Department Headquarters, 317 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
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Overview

Kind of Work

Responsible supervisory work involving the operation, maintenance, and repair of a variety of heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration and other mechanical equipment in a group of major government building, or all facilities of a major city department.

Minimum Qualifications

(Original Entrance)
  1. Three (3) years of full-time experience as a stationary engineer.
  1. Possession of the following licenses* issued by the Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers of the City of New Orleans (Room 7E05, City Hall)

    A) 1st Class Air Conditioning or Refrigeration License

    B) 1st Class Boilers License

(Promotional)
  1. Permanent status with the City of New Orleans and three (3) years of experience as a maintenance engineer.
  1. Possession of the following licenses* issued by the Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers of the City of New Orleans (Room 7E05, City Hall)

    A) 1st Class Air Conditioning or Refrigeration License

    B) 1st Class Boilers License

Note: Some positions may require the possession of a 1st Class Internal Combustion License or the acquisition of such a license before the probationary end date. No probationary period may last longer than one year.

Note: Experience in troubleshooting and servicing air conditioning units, including all types of control circuits, is preferred but not required.


* Prior to appointment, the hiring agency is required to verify licenses claimed by the applicant to qualify for this classification. If selected for hire, applicants must provide original documents of their qualifying credentials to the hiring agency prior to their start date in this job classification.

Kind of Examination

A qualifying review of training and experience.

This is a noncompetitive original entrance and promotional examination in accordance with Rule V, Section 8.1 (b) of the City Civil Service Rules.

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