University of Michigan Central Power Plant Job Opening

The University of Michigan Central Power Plant has a job opening for an entry position into its Instrument & Controls Repairperson classification. This is an industrial maintenance position, which maintains temperature and pressure monitoring equipment on Power Plant equipment including large water tube boilers, natural gas and steam turbine generators, air compressors, multiple hot and cold water systems and other associated auxiliary equipment.

This position has working hours of Monday through Friday from 6:30 am and 3:00 pm. The starting pay for this E2 Job Classification is $33.63 per hour. Yearly pay increases are through the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) contract. Advancement opportunities to higher level (E4, E6, and possible E8) classifications are available through an internal Training Checklist and a minimum of 2 years in each classification.

If you are looking for a long term career in the Power Plant Industry with opportunities to grow in your expertise as an Instrument & Controls Repairperson and higher levels of pay, please apply for this position through the University of Michigan Careers web site at Job posting ID 230820. Students graduating at the end of the Spring 2023 semester or those that have previously graduated will be considered for this position. Initial interviews will be via ZOOM.

Additional Information:

The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, and vision coverage, vacation, illness and other specified paid time off. The University also offers a 2-to-1 retirement investment match up to 10% of the 40 hour pay rate (with the employee contribution being 5%) after one year of service.

The job posting is open until March 20, Applications will be reviewed and those candidates selected for interview will be contacted for an initial ZOOM interview.

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