Now Hiring! Building Engineer II
22 October 2020
Building Engineer 2
Responsible for daily maintenance, service, repair and monitoring of all commercial building related equipment and systems to include, but not limited to, HVAC, electrical, lighting, plumbing, BAS, sprinkler and fire alarm systems. Responsibilities also include responding to tenant work orders and vendor assistance and oversight.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
Reports to the Chief Portfolio Engineer, Property Manager and property Lead Engineer.
Responsible for performing daily tasks and inspections as assigned. Responds to and completes tenant work orders. Performs preventive maintenance, service and repairs of all building HVAC equipment to include, but not limited to, boilers, air compressors, air handlers, self contained units, rooftop units, cooling towers, pumps, fans, motors and all associated controls, gauges and sensors. Performs water treatment testing to ensure proper chemical levels in chilled water, condenser water and hot water systems. Performs weekly checks and exercising of fire pumps and emergency generators. Assists and oversees vendor activities. Performs painting of mechanical rooms, equipment and piping as well as minor carpentry work. Performs duties as assigned by supervisors.
Works with computers and mobile phones to: Generate and respond to emails and texts, use the company work order and PM system, create and complete logs, work with the company timesheet system and use the internet to access the company safety training program, order supplies and for company related research.
Responsible for always working in a safe and professional manner and providing superior tenant relations and customer service.
Must be willing to be on call and work overtime as directed. May be required to use a personal or company vehicle to drive between properties or to supplies vendors.
Works as a team member within the Property Management Department. May be asked to fill in, work or cross train at other properties within the company. May provide some oversight and mentorship to less experienced team members.
Physical demands include, but not limited to: regular standing, walking, stooping, crouching, crawling, climbing ladders of all sizes, regularly lifting from 10-50lbs., and use of all senses and extremities. Work environment includes, but not limited to, exposure to: electricity; various types of equipment; moving mechanical parts; sharp objects; hand, pneumatic and power tools; hot, wet and/or humid conditions; high and precarious places; toxic or caustic chemicals; open flames; pressure vessels.
High School Diploma required, Technical School or other training a plus, CFC Universal Certification
At least 4 years of recent operating and maintenance experience in a commercial property. Current driver's license is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and be computer literate.