2nd Class Fireperson - Power Plant
Location Dalton, MA.
Department Engineering
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Crane Currency, a subsidiary of Crane Co. (NYSE:CR), is a global leader and an innovative force in substrate, print and technology.  As the largest banknote substrate-maker in the world, Crane’s spirit of innovation and product development has won international acclaim.

The Company is a fully integrated supplier of banknotes for more than 50 central banks from all over the world and has $500 million in annual sales. A global company with a history of over 200 years in the U.S. and Sweden; with more than 1,200 employees the business continues to grow through organic expansion, acquisitions and joint ventures with strategic partners. The newest banknote facility opened in 2017 in Malta.

Crane Currency is a stand-alone business within the Payment & Merchandising Technologies segment of Crane Co. It is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Dalton, Massachusetts; Nashua, New Hampshire; Alpharetta, Georgia; Tumba, Sweden and Hal Far, Malta.

Leadership is Currency at Crane 

As a 2nd Class fireperson in our PowerPlant with Crane Currency in Dalton, MA, you will be responsible for the operation of all power plant equipment during his/her watch ensuring the continuous generation of steam and electricity to the plant. This includes the starting and shutting down of boilers, turbines and feed water pumps. The Engineer must at all times be able to clearly communicate with; CEP Community Eco Power operations personnel, other power plant personnel, and any company production area personnel; the current status of the combined Crane – CEP Community Eco Power - central steam delivery system.  In addition, the fireman must be competent in administering the feed water testing program as needed.  This is a rotating shift position that will also require the ability to work weekends and overtime as needed.


  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of a 2nd Class Firemen’s License. If no license is held, must actively pursue such a license by taking a minimum of one state exam per year.
  • Continuous education requirements must be kept up to date
  • Take the necessary 3 hours/week, 14 week, 2nd Class Fireman’s course.  This will train you to:
    • Operate of high pressure boilers
    • Gain knowledge of emergency shutdown procedures for the power plants
    • Operate auxiliary plant equipment
  • Ability to learn computers
  • Ability to work independently and with others in a teamwork environment with minimal direction.
  • Competent in basic mathematics
  • Mechanical/technical aptitude
  • Knowledge and understanding of company policies and procedures
  • Effective time management
  • Effective communications skills with the ability to communicate both written and verbal.
  • Solid troubleshooting, analytical, skills.
  • Detailed, and organized, record keeping ability
  • Actively pursue and attain a 1st Class Firemen’s license within 8 months of securing the position
  • Actively pursue and attain a 3rd Class Engineer’s license within 2 years of securing the position

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