Facilities Maintenance Coordinator
- Responsible for prioritization and completion of a variety of emergency and routine trouble calls during stressful situations, covering complex building systems, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Systems include, but are not limited to utilities distribution, emergency electrical distribution; pneumatic and electronic heating and cooling controls; HVAC systems; overhead doors; elevators/escalators; and fire, security, lighting, plumbing, CA SS, mechanical, conveyor, waste and storm drainage systems. Ensures that repairs are completed with minimum impact to tenants and passengers. Acts as a personal representative of the Director of Engineering and Maintenance, and all associated sections under the director. Documents calls, and follows through to see that the sections are informed of the problems and the repairs are done in a timely manner.
- Receives all maintenance calls from Tenants and Airport Control Center and is responsible to perform or distribute Facilities Work Orders. Makes needed repairs, or coordinates repairs which may include callouts and overtime as needed to maintain reliable services to tenants and passengers.
- Directs and coordinates maintenance supervisors, technicians, skilled and semi-skilled workers as well as representatives of local utility companies, contractors, and sub-contractors, in the repair of equipment and restoral of services. Keeps a written daily log of incidents, equipment maintenance and repairs. Provides documentation for legal and billing purposes to tenants and public.
- Performs journey level repairs and maintenance on a variety of equipment including, boilers, chillers, engine generators, pumps, motors, electrical, natural gas and water systems.
- Operates heating and cooling plant equipment including boilers, chillers, emergency generators, distribution systems and Computerized Building Management Systems.
- Monitors and operates a complex Computerized Building Management System and utilizes the system to diagnose and correct problems with all associated equipment.
- Trouble-shoots all Facilities Systems problems and determines scope of work and action needed to be followed. Utilizes a variety of electronic, analog and digital test equipment to diagnose equipment problems and makes necessary repairs and adjustments.
- Conforms to FAA Standards and Regulations.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Minimum 8 years journey level job-related work experience and training with maintenance equipment (a combination of related education and/or Journey Certification may be substituted for up to four years of experience on a year for year basis), plus two years supervisory experience.
- Knowledge of safety rules and hazards and application of accident prevention measures associated with the operation of equipment.
- Possession of a valid driver's license or driving privilege card. A valid Commercial Driver's License, Class B may be required.
- Must possess one or more of the following: Salt Lake City Steam Engineers - Unlimited License; CFC Certification, Fire Extinguisher Certification, Must obtain a Salt Lake City Steam Engineers - Unlimited License, and CFC Certification within six months of employment. For positions in Department of Airports Airfield/Fleet Maintenance the required certifications are Journeyman Electrical License or applicable ASE certifications.
- Ability to supervise and relate well with the general public, supervisors, and fellow employees.
- Ability to work rotating shifts which may include days, afternoons, graveyard, weekends, and holidays.
- Thorough knowledge of standards, practices, materials, and methods used in equipment operation in an aviation environment. Knowledge of City, Airport, and FAA regulations associated with the supervision of Airport maintenance equipment and personnel.
- Ability to read and interpret blue prints, circuit diagrams and flowcharts.
- Ability to understand and relay critical verbal and written instructions transmitted electronically, via radio or telephone.
- Computer literate in Windows environment.
- Moderately heavy physical activity required to push, pull or lift heavy weights up to 100 pounds from 10% to 15% of the work time. Difficult working positions; may have to stand, walk, or sit in uncomfortable positions for extended periods, and squat or crawl into small spaces under and near operating equipment to check and complete minor repairs. May perform work in ceilings, on tops of ladders, bucket lifts, scissor lifts and roofs in heights exceeding 100 feet.
- High exposure to disagreeable elements such as dust, fumes, noise, dampness, cold, heat, chemicals, or grease. Exposed to outside weather conditions year round and moderate hazards much of the time.
- Considerable stress under emergency situations, time constraints of tenants and airport operations, and possible injury and/or death. Variation of job duties due to service interruptions and construction may occur. Must be able to adapt quickly to diverse conditions, and adjust job assignments requiring operation of various facilities equipment and operations.
$ 26.42 - $ 36.04
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