ENGINEER II - FACILITIES
Reporting directly to the Facilities Manager, this position must be proficient and versatile in trouble shooting, repairing, and performing preventive maintenance on specialized building equipment and systems. Including: boilers, chillers, building automated controls, AHU’s, VAV’s pumps and refrigeration units. The HVAC Technician will also be knowledgeable in one or more building trades: electrical, plumbing, carpentry, painting, kitchen appliances, and life safety. The operating engineer will direct subordinate team members’ performance to ensure a great experience for guests and excellent working environment for all team members.Responsibilities:
- Maintain and repair buildings’ HVAC systems, including replacing worn or defective parts, such as motors, switches, fuses, contacts, wiring, etc.
- Understand Building Automation Systems and have the ability to identity problems and present proactive solutions.
- Working knowledge of DDC controls
- Measures superheat temperatures and make superheat adjustments.
- Operate refrigerant recovery equipment, vacuum pumps, charging equipment and service gauges.
- Replaces burned out light bulbs, checks electrical circuits, repair dimmers, refrigeration controls and contacts.
- Ability to use volt, ohm meter and read electrical schematics.
- Ability to wire motors and motor controls.
- Fabricates office partitions, doors, cornices, counters, panel walls and ceilings.
- Performances all maintenance necessary to keep all locks and locking devices in functional and safe operating condition.
- Installs, connects and tests sanitary plumbing fixtures, fire sprinklers, hydraulics, refrigeration, various gases, steam and other pressure systems.
- Performs water-testing treatment for boilers and chillers.
- Perform preventative maintenance work orders according to the schedule and plan.
- Complete and submit paperwork in a timely manner, so that the CMMS can be properly updated,
- Taking ownership of inventory and ordering of spare parts and materials in a timely manner.
- 5 years of journey-level experience
- Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
- Must be able to get along with co-workers and develop team work.
- Must present a well-groomed appearance.
- High school diploma or equivalency certificate is required, five or more years of mechanical experience, including electrical, plumbing, carpentry required; or equivalent combination of training, education, and experience.
- Preferred Universal CFC certification as well as city/county/state license(s) and/or certification(s) as needed.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license.
- EPA certification (for refrigerant handling)
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Working below waist
Working below mid-thigh
Working below knee
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Working closely with others
Working above ground
Working below ground
Working with chemical/solvents/detergents
Working on uneven surfaces
Operating moving equipment or vehicles
Working around machinery or moving equipment
Climbing on scaffolds or ladders
Working under hazardous conditions
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