Manage workers that operate, maintain, and repair incinerator furnaces.
What does an Incinerator Plant Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of incinerator plant workers engaged in operation, maintenance, and repair of incinerator furnaces and auxiliary equipment, such as grates, fans, compressors, temperature controls, overhead electric cranes, and ventilating and hydraulic equipment: Directs activities of workers engaged in tasks such as weighing and unloading refuse trucks, moving rubbish to furnace hoppers, operating incinerator furnaces, repairing furnace refractory linings, and removing ashes. Assists workers in repairing facilities and equipment, applying knowledge of principles of combustion and safety procedures, and using handtools. Maintains personnel records. Trains workers in performance of duties and safety procedures. Inspects incinerator furnace and other equipment to detect need for maintenance and repair. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.