Boiler Operator

Boiler Operator, Nights

The Boiler Operator’s main duty is to monitor the heating, cooling, compression and water systems within the plant and do routine checks, record logs, chemistry tests and add chemicals to various systems. Operators will assist Maintenance with repairs as needed, but will typically not do major repairs on their own. A State of Minnesota 2nd Class B Boilers License, or 1st Class B Boilers License is required.


Essential Functions:

  • Monitor and maintain the facility high pressure boiler systems.
  • Support the site by ensuring the safe and proper operation of boilers.
  • Maintain boiler efficiency by adjusting, reading and interpreting gauges, indicators and steam flow meters
  • Maintain logs, data sheets, and all necessary paperwork related to boiler operations
  • Perform corrective and preventative maintenance type work on boiler systems.
  • Perform and make adjustments or repairs to the boilers.
  • Possess the ability to interpret technical manuals.
  • Perform all required lab oriented chemistry tests, regulatory tests and inspections.
  • Ensure compliance with federal and state laws
  • Prepares boilers and related equipment for state and insurance inspections.
  • Ability to work well independently while reporting any boiler operational abnormalities or safety issues to management.
  • Maintain cleaning and organization of the boiler room.
  • Assist the maintenance operation as needed
  • Committed to providing a safe food product
  • Works within all regulatory requirements
  • Ability to adhere to GMP practices and all other food safety requirements
  • Must comply with all OSHA standards
  • Perform all other related duties per management direction


Job Requirement:

  • Must have a current MN State 1st Class Boilers license, high-pressure or MN State 2nd Class Boilers License
  • Must be able to calculate various measurements using basic math skills
  • Computer and administrative skills
  • Previous PM systems experience preferred
  • Knowledge and understanding of OSHA safety guidelines
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Must have a MN State Class D Water Operator license or ability to obtain
  • Familiar with close-looped ammonia refrigeration systems a plus
  • The boiler system requires 24-hour coverage and boiler operators will be on call per the schedule.


First District Association offers a rich benefit and compensation package including medical, dental, life and union pension plan. Candidates must successfully complete a background, drug and fitness for duty tests prior to start. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to

First District Association is an Equal Opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status or any other protected category under applicable state/federal law.