Stationary Engineer III operates, repairs, and maintains stationary equipment including boilers, generators, refrigeration, and turbines in buildings, plants or industrial facilities. Ensures that equipment is operating safely and within established limits. Being a Stationary Engineer III conducts monitoring and failure analysis of meters, gauges and controls to determine the need for repair or replacement of parts. Performs preventative maintenance and documents completed procedures. Additionally, Stationary Engineer III requires a high school diploma. Requires applicable Stationary Engineer's license for the state and EPA Universal certification. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. The Stationary Engineer III works independently within established procedures associated with the specific job function. Has gained proficiency in multiple competencies relevant to the job. To be a Stationary Engineer III typically requires 3-5 years of related experience, or may need 2 years experience with additional specialized training and/or certification.