BETHESDA PLACE The Maintenance Engineer position at this commercial and high rise residential property will operate and maintain all building systems, troubleshoot operations failures and act as a building systems expert in recognizing deficiencies in current systems, understanding and explaining the impact of implementing changes to current systems or installation of new systems. Responsibilities Under minimal supervision, the Maintenance Engineer is responsible for the following:
- Perform general maintenance and repairs on all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems including, but not limited to pumps, chillers, boilers, air compressors and air handling units.Make adjustments and changes to HVAC and related equipment in order to maintain established operating criteria within the guidelines set forth by the Supervisor.Perform general repairs, maintenance and replacement of building components including, but not limited to: building fixtures and appliances, plumbing, electrical and A/C controls.Participate in the water treatment chemical programs established in the propertyMaintain operation logs and files, where appropriate, to include, but not limited to: central plant operations, chemical consumption logs and other equipment or operation inspection logs specific to the property.Apply well developed knowledge and skills in HVAC distribution and controls in order to make adjustments and/or corrective actions to resolve work orders.Provide prompt and courteous response to tenant requests within the guidelines set forth by company.Maintain ethical, professional and courteous relations with contractors and tenants.Establish and maintain a cooperative working relationship with the entire operation staff and perform as a team member.Demonstrate full competency in all current company and property emergency procedures including but not limited to:Assist with directing building occupants with evacuationsAssist with bomb searchesAssist with life safety system alarmsAssist emergency authorities and response teamsUtilize fire alarm and life safety systems at assigned property and make adjustments and changes as needed.Adhere to all company and property policies and procedures and perform all duties in a safe manner and help ensure compliance with city, state and federal safety and environmental laws, codes, standards and regulations.Actively participate in required training activities and seminarsApply knowledge of how each of the components in the building systems relates operationally to one another and modify and/or install new system(s) as neededIdentify potential causes for failure of a system(s) and prioritize repair process
- High school diploma or equivalentThree or more years’ experience as a Building Engineer or equivalent facilities technical trade
- Able to effectively troubleshoot problems, recognize deficiencies and initiate action to resolve.Read and use all types of testing equipment, analog digital multi-meters, pressure and temperature indicating and recording devices, air flow measuring devices, and leak detection devicesAbility to efficiently handle and coordinate multiple tasks and project assignmentsKnowledge and proper use of basic hand tools (i.e. socket sets, wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, saws and hammers, etc.)Understand correct usage of power tools (pneumatic, electric or engine drive), drill motors, saws, grinder, and impact wrenches, etc.Read and understand a variety of instructions, including equipment instruction manuals, furnished in written, oral, or schedule formPerform mathematical computations related to building operations for problem solving building comfort and operation issues.Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.Possess strong computer skills in order to effectively administer and implement changing requirements within the engineering programs.Interact with employees, visitors and contractors with poise and diplomacy.Maintain calm demeanor in emergency situationsUnderstand and apply correct usage of all personal safety equipmentWhen applicable*, obtain required city and/or government licenses or permits (i.e. Boiler Operating Permit, State Maintenance Electrician’s License, EPA CFC Universal Certification Technician certificate, etc.)
*If, upon hire or promotion to this position, an individual does not have the required permits or licenses,
the individual will obtain those permits or licenses within six months of the hire/promotion, or six months
from the date eligible for the license or permit.Strong supervisory and decision-making skills.
- Must be able to perform work outdoors and indoorsWork standing all dayLift 50 lbs. or moreClimb up and down stairs and laddersAccess remote work areas and confined spaces (i.e., crawl spaces, roofs)Use full range of manual dexterity (i.e., sitting, squatting, bending, kneeling, walking, and lifting)Meet the shift working requirements of the assigned property; shifts may include early mornings, late evenings, weekends and some holidays.Work overtime as business needs deem appropriate