The Building People, LLC, has a position open for a Building Maintenance Engineer. The Building Maintenance Engineer is responsible to ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment and systems for the assigned property(s). Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) maintaining a clean and safe working environment, performing rounds, conducting routine assessments, performance of day-to-day preventive and corrective maintenance for assigned properties. Perform all plumbing, electrical, or HVAC requirements of the building(s) Maintain heating equipment, chillers (air and/ or water cooled), DX units, pumps, cooling towers, fan coil units, VAV, and air distribution systems, etc. Monitor and adjust all mechanical/pneumatic equipment, steam stations, control gauges, distributor panels, valves, thermostats, diffusers, and other equipment necessary to provide a comfortable environment for the buildings Verify field conditions and perform any necessary repairs or adjustments Monitor Energy Management Repair doors, ceilings, hand railings, and floors and other general repairs, adjustments and installations about the property Perform repairs to plumbing fixtures (water closets, urinals, flush valve assemblies, lavatories, etc.) Perform preventive maintenance duties in accordance with C&W standards, building protocol, manufacturer recommendations and industry best practices. including changing filters, cleaning coils, flushing condensers, punching tubes, greasing fan, pump and motor bearings as required, inspecting and adjusting belts, replacing motor bearings, aligning pulleys and shafts, monitor condenser, chilled, heating and secondary water chemical treatment and its associated feed equipment, clean and maintain cooling towers, and perform annual inspections and other scheduled routines as directed. Inspect engine room equipment, fan room equipment, cooling tower, all motors, house pumps, electric rooms, back-up generator, fire pump(s), sump pump(s), and ejector pumps. Replace lamps, light fixtures, reinstall or replace signage, verify rooms are clean and clear of obstructions and debris Check for properly operating emergency exit signs and lights and ensure free and clear access to emergency stairs and exits. Perform additional fire and life safety inspections as per NFPA and local jurisdiction, C&W standards, building protocol and as directed by superiors and property management Document and report activities to supervisorRequired Experience & Skills 2+ years of related work experience in operating mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems in a commercial property setting May be required to have certification as a Universal Technician for CFC’s depending on market licensure requirements Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and good driving record with periodic checks (where applicable) Basic Computing Skills in Outlook, Excel & WordPreferred Experience & Skills Federal Government experience is a plus Maximo experienceRequired Education High School Diploma of GED Equivalent Graduate of apprentice program or trade school preferredADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCompetitive benefits for eligible employees include: Medical & Rx Dental Vision Flexible Spending Accounts 401(k) Retirement Plan Life Insurance/AD&D Long Term Disability and Short-Term Disability Paid Time Off Holiday Pay
The Building People • Indianapolis, U.S.
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