Need to Hire Boiler Operators?

RSS is Your Trusted Source for Boiler Operators 

With over 30 years of staffing experience, we understand the unique challenges and requirements of managing boiler operations efficiently and safely. Our mission is to provide your business with skilled, experienced, and reliable boiler operators who can seamlessly integrate into your operations and contribute to your success.

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Boiler Operator Staffing

Whether you need to fill a temporary vacancy, handle seasonal peaks, or manage a short-term project, RSS has you covered. We offer flexible staffing solutions tailored to meet your specific needs, ensuring that your boiler operations continue running smoothly without any disruptions.

Emergency Staffing Solutions: Boiler operations can’t afford downtime. That’s why we provide emergency staffing services to quickly fill unexpected vacancies, helping you maintain operational continuity and compliance with safety standards.

Custom Staffing Plans: Every business is unique, and so are your staffing needs. At RSS, we work closely with you to understand your specific requirements and create a customized staffing plan that aligns with your operational goals and budget.

Fully Certified and Licensed Boiler Operators.

All our boiler operators are thoroughly vetted and possess the necessary certifications and experience to manage your boiler operations effectively. We ensure that they stay up-to-date with the latest safety standards and operational best practices.

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Positions We Fill

Boiler Operator

High Pressure Boiler Operator

Boiler Maintenance

Boiler Technician

Boiler Supervisor

Steam Boiler Operator

Discover The RSS Difference 

Flexibility & Reliability: We offer flexible staffing solutions that adapt to your changing needs, providing you with the reliability and peace of mind that your operations are in good hands.

Cost-Effective Solutions: By partnering with RSS for your temporary staffing needs, you can avoid the costs and hassles associated with recruiting and training new employees. Our solutions are designed to be cost-effective, allowing you to allocate your resources more efficiently.

Safety First: Safety is our top priority. We ensure that all our boiler operators adhere to the highest safety standards, minimizing risks and ensuring a safe working environment for everyone.

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Don’t let staffing challenges disrupt your boiler operations. Contact RSS today and discover how we can help you maintain smooth, efficient, and safe operations with our expert temporary staffing solutions.

Client Testimonials

Anthony M Smith, UNFI

“UNFI was at the forefront of what was going to become not only a business hurdle but a national pandemic. I was faced with multiple union strikes and staffing shortages around the United States. Upon notification of my first strike (walk-out) RSS was able to provide within 48-72 hours all the support necessary to get the distribution center up and running and on-time to customers. The customers stated that the replacement workers were better than the regular workforce.

I can not tell you how much I appreciated the support you and your team was able to provide when we were faced with a national emergency.”

Regional Vice President, U.S. largest food distributor

“I wanted to reach out and thank you for the support provided. This was new territory for our management team. When it came to contingency drivers, your team stepped up in a very significant way during a very troubling time for our distribution center. Not only were you there for us, but you proved to be extremely fast and flexible with filling our needs in under 48 hours notice. Your onsite management of your driver contingency team was the exact partnership we needed to ensure we could focus our time on our customers.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the key responsibilities of a Boiler Operator?

A boiler operator is responsible for managing and maintaining the boilers that supply steam or hot water for heating buildings, powering industrial processes, or generating electricity. Their duties are critical for the safe and efficient operation of facilities that rely on boiler systems. Here’s an overview of the key responsibilities and tasks associated with the role of a boiler operator:

  • Operation and Monitoring: Boiler operators oversee the operation of boiler systems to ensure they operate at optimal efficiency. This includes starting and stopping the boiler, adjusting the settings, and monitoring the temperature, pressure, water levels, and other operational parameters.
  •  Maintenance and Repairs: They perform routine maintenance on boilers and associated equipment to prevent malfunctions and breakdowns. This can include cleaning, replacing parts, and troubleshooting issues. When problems arise, boiler operators must be able to carry out repairs or coordinate with repair teams to resolve issues promptly.
  • Safety Compliance: Ensuring the safety of boiler operations is a paramount duty. Boiler operators must adhere to all safety protocols and regulations, including emissions, chemical handling, and workplace safety. They are responsible for conducting safety checks and emergency procedures to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Record-Keeping: Accurate record-keeping is essential for tracking boiler operations, maintenance activities, and compliance with safety regulations. Boiler operators maintain logs of operational data, repairs, inspections, and any incidents that occur.
  • Inspection and Testing: Regular inspections and testing of boiler systems and safety devices are crucial to ensure the ongoing safety and efficiency of operations. Boiler operators conduct these inspections and tests to identify and rectify potential issues before they become significant problems.
  • Efficiency Optimization: They work to optimize the efficiency of boiler operations through adjustments and upgrades. This can involve calibrating instruments, improving insulation, and implementing energy-saving measures.
What skills and qualifications does a Boiler Operator need?

Boiler operators typically require a combination of education, specialized training, and certification. The specifics can vary by region and employer but often include:

  • Technical Knowledge: A deep understanding of boiler systems, mechanics, and controls is essential.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: The ability to quickly identify and solve problems is critical for minimizing downtime and ensuring safety.
  • Attention to Detail: Monitoring complex systems requires a keen eye for detail to notice subtle changes in operation.
  • Safety Awareness: A strong commitment to safety protocols and regulations is necessary to protect personnel and facilities.
  • Communication Skills: Boiler operators must effectively communicate with team members, management, and sometimes emergency services.

Boiler operators play a vital role in industries that depend on boiler systems, ensuring that these systems run safely, efficiently, and reliably. Their work is essential for the continuous operation of facilities ranging from power plants and manufacturing factories to hospitals and schools.

What is a Black Seal License?

A Black Seal Boiler Operator is a licensed professional responsible for the operation and maintenance of low-pressure boiler systems. In the context of boiler operation certifications, “Black Seal” refers to a specific type of license issued by certain U.S. states, such as New Jersey. This license is required for individuals who operate or maintain low-pressure boilers, which are typically found in residential buildings, small commercial establishments, or as part of heating and power systems in larger buildings.

The Black Seal license is categorized into two types:

  1. Black Seal Low-Pressure Operator: This certification is for individuals who are in charge of operating and maintaining low-pressure heating plants or standalone low-pressure boilers.
  2. Black Seal High-Pressure Operator: Although less commonly referred to with the “Black Seal” term, this higher level of certification is for those operating and maintaining high-pressure boilers and steam plants.

To obtain a Black Seal Boiler Operator license, candidates must meet certain educational and experience requirements, pass an examination that covers boiler operation principles, safety regulations, and maintenance practices. The specific requirements can vary by state, including the amount of hands-on experience needed and the topics covered on the certification exam.

Holders of the Black Seal license are recognized for their knowledge and competency in boiler operation, safety procedures, and maintenance protocols, ensuring that boiler systems are operated efficiently, safely, and in compliance with state and local regulations.

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