Job Title: Commercial Multi-Building Engineer in the Denver area
Must have maintenance or tradesman skillset to keep building and equipment maintained and repaired to insure safety and proper functions. Must have some skills in the following; HVAC, plumbing, maintenance of doors and locks, electrical, sewers and drains, pumps, gates and fences and sprinklers. Documentation and record keeping are also required. This is an on call position.
- Use tools ranging from common hand tools and power tools.
- Perform routine preventative maintenance to ensure that equipment continues to operate smoothly, building systems operate efficiently, or the physical condition of building and equipment does not deteriorate.
- Perform routine inspections of properties interior and exterior condition such, lighting, roofs, pumps, doors, windows, stairs, life safety equipment, safety rails, sidewalks, parking lots and landscaping.
- Troubleshoot and calibrate pneumatic controls
- Troubleshoot and diagnose plumbing and mechanical problems
- Replace burnt out light bulbs and ballasts
- Clean and lubricate motors and drives such as, door and gate opening and closing devices, door and gate hinges and latches, lubricate moving parts on machinery
- Repair and replace defective equipment parts
- Patching and touch up of walls, hallways and exterior structures
- Maintain cleanliness and organization of work area, shops and storage areas
- Setting and adjusting of timers such as lighting and irrigation
- Writing of inspection reports, work orders and time sheets
- Pneumatic calibration tools, cell phone, digital camera, computer, power equipment, lifts, ladders, pumps
- Mechanical – Knowledge of machines and tools, including their uses, repair and maintenance
- Commercial building and construction – Knowledge of materials, methods, and tools involved in the construction or repair of buildings
- Public and personal safety – Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures and strategies to promote effective operations for the protection of people, property and equipment
- Technology – Basic knowledge of computers, Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
- Pneumatic system skills and DDC operating skills
- Troubleshooting – Determining causes of operating errors and making practical decisions about how to correct the problem.
- Interpersonal skills – Ability to communicate with people spanning a wide range of occupations
- Monitoring – Checking meters, gauges, controllers and condition of property to document readings or make adjustments
- Responding to calls to investigate problems at various locations and report findings
- Communicating with Supervisors, managers, security personnel and co-workers
- Monitoring utilities, condition of equipment, property and building operations
- Document time worked, materials used, items purchased, inspections conducted, tests completed and scheduled maintenance performed.
Job Type: Full-time
- Building Maintenance: 3 years