Building Maintenance Engineer
Knowledge of: Methods, materials, and equipment used in HVAC, plumbing or electrical trades; changing codes, regulations, and technology; theory, design, and use and operation of equipment and related systems; and the locations of typical system failures; basic operations, tools, and terms used in building maintenance and repair work; safe work practices and first aid. Traveling from property to property will be required. Commercial property experience preferred.
Skill to: Use hand and power tools used in the carpentry, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing trades.
Ability: evaluate a problem or situation and arrive at a logical decision; make correct estimates and select materials; work independently; work under pressure; prioritize assigned work; identify and correct safety hazards; lift and carry objects safely; climb ladders to various heights; use a variety of hand and power tools safely and efficiently; design and fabricate special tools, devices, and replacement parts; learn policies and procedures, and the locations of buildings; lead the work of others; provide technical training; develop and maintain cooperative relationships with individuals from different departments or organizations; perform manual labor; and follow complex verbal and written instructions. Under the direction supervision of the Chief Engineer.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Check in daily with Maintenance Supervisor, Repair and PM’s as necessary
- Adjust door closures
- Replace air filters
- Rekey locks for existing and new tenants.
- Assist with plumbing issues and repairs
- Change out flags and floor mats
- Assist with electrical issues and repairs
- Touch up painting as identified
- Power washing projects; various everywhere, all properties
- Repaint curbs and parking stops – ongoing as needed
- Assist with make-readies as needed for vacant spaces
- Change out light bulbs and ballasts as needed
- Change out ceiling tiles as needed
- Blow sidewalks, entrances and grounds as necessary
- Installs, inspects, repairs, and maintains mechanical, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and related components.
- Recovers refrigerants.
- Installs, inspects and repairs electrical systems and related components.
- Inspects and maintains electrical and fire sprinkling systems and related components.
- Installs, inspects, repairs, and maintains plumbing and fire sprinkling systems and related components.
- Installs, inspects and maintains building structural systems and related components.
- Fabricates, installs, inspects and maintains electronic systems and subsystems (i.e., burglar and fire alarm, energy management, CAD).
- Leads other trade workers on special assignments and/or projects.
- Provides training and guidance to other trade workers.
- Installs, repairs, and replaces doors, windows and building hardware.
- Assembles, installs, repairs, and/or fabricates institutional furnishings and equipment.
- Performs rough and finish carpentry and plastering/drywall of buildings and equipment.
- Install leasing signs occasionally.
Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to satisfactory job performance would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be: Two years' experience in semi-skilled and skilled electrical, HVAC, plumbing construction, maintenance and/or repair work.
- Must have a reliable truck.
- Possession of, or ability to obtain by time of appointment, a valid Driver License is required. Failure to maintain this license will result in discipline up to and including termination.
- Assignments: Possession of, or ability to obtain as a condition of successful completion of the probationary period, a valid refrigerant recovery certificate.
LandPark Commercial offers medical, dental, vision, optional life insurance, and 401K.
No calls or agencies please. LandPark Commercial will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States