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Question 1 of 36
Are you a detail oriented person?
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Question 2 of 36
Are you a good problem-solver?
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Write your interview answer here. Then click next question. Boiler ph.
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I believe I am a good problem solver. I will use strategies I have learnt to my capabilities to solve to the best of my ability if I am unsure I will endeavour to work through the problem, for example consult the policy and procedure or supervisor.
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When I suggest that daily log book recording should be digital by imputing into computer for referral purposes .
Question 3 of 36
What are your two favorite things about being a boiler operator?
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Because it has always be my area of interest.
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It is pretty interesting.
Question 4 of 36
On a scale from 1-5 how do you rate your communication skills? Explain your rating.
Question 5 of 36
Describe a time when you made a suggestion to improve efficiency in the workplace.
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Whenever I see an opportunity.
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I suggested making a night shift so that work can be done on a 24 hour work schudule.
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When I suggest that daily log book recording should be digital by imputing into computer for referral purposes .
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I came up with an idea to make our water sampling station more ergonomically friendly.
Question 6 of 36
Tell me three of your top abilities as a boiler operator.
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I'm familiar with the boiler operation, I was trained to fix and install boiler. I am a good trouble shooter and a good operator.
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Ability to work with little supervision ability to communicate ability to work under pressure.
Question 7 of 36
What are your long term career goals as a boiler operator?
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As an expertise and a guru in boiler operations.
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I hope to be working for a company that I can count on to be stable and provides me with challenging opportunities so that I can continue to improve on my skills.
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Hopefully va stays open and working here.
Question 8 of 36
How would others describe you?
Question 9 of 36
What makes you the best boiler operator for our facility?
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I'm a good worker, fast learner, easy to work with and I'm an experience boiler operator.
Question 10 of 36
By providing examples, convince me that you can adapt to a wide variety of people, situations and environments.
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Swithching from oil to propane.
Question 11 of 36
What do you feel is an acceptable work attendance record?
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I believe one or two sick days a year is acceptable.
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Not being late, come to work 30 mins. Earlier than the schedule time of duty to have time to discuss the issue or the problem that needs to be fixed.
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The general safety of the plant, myself and coworkers.
Question 12 of 36
Give me a specific example of a time when you used good judgement and logic in solving a problem.
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When the boss wants to rebuilt a motor instead of buying a new one.
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Fuel problem versus low water.
Question 13 of 36
Why do you want a career as a boiler operator?
Question 14 of 36
If you could have changed anything about your previous job, what would you have done?
Question 15 of 36
Tell me about a time when you built rapport with someone very quickly despite being under difficult work conditions.
Question 16 of 36
Have you ever had to juggle two or more projects at the same time?
Question 17 of 36
What are you hoping to gain from this position that you are not receiving from your current employer?
Question 18 of 36
How do you ensure efficiency with your time, on the job?
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If everything goes as planned.
Question 19 of 36
Give two examples of how you demonstrate your willingness to work hard.
Question 20 of 36
Would you ever consider relocation?
Question 21 of 36
How do you keep your operations manager informed about what is being done in your work area?
Question 22 of 36
Tell me about your post-secondary education. What was your best course?
Question 23 of 36
As a boiler operator, you will be on your feet for much of the day. Are you okay with being in a very physical role?
Question 24 of 36
As a boiler operator you may need to crawl inside boilers during inspections. Are you able and willing to crawl into tight spaces?
Question 25 of 36
Are you available to work evenings, weekends, and overtime as required?
Question 26 of 36
In this position you will be responsible for working on low-pressure boilers and high-pressure boilers, power boilers, steam boilers and hot water heating systems. Which of these are you most experienced in? Least experienced in?
Question 27 of 36
Do you have a valid State license?
Question 28 of 36
Do you possess strong math skills?
Question 29 of 36
Tell me about your apprenticeship as a boiler operator. What was the most valuable thing you learned?
Question 30 of 36
Tell me about your post-secondary education. What was your most challenging course, and why?
Question 31 of 36
What was your favorite aspect of your most recent position?
Question 32 of 36
What are your short term career goals as a boiler operator?
Question 33 of 36
Do you have previous experience as a Boiler Operator?
Question 34 of 36
If you were the successful candidate, what is the first thing you would do to make an impact as our new boiler operator?
Question 35 of 36
How would you describe your work style?
Question 36 of 36
Tell me about a crisis you encountered, as a boiler operator, and how you handled it.

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