What this job involves - The Critical Facility HVAC Engineer will have a strong focus on operating, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing facility equipment on all systems. Individuals are expected to demonstrate technical expertise in one craft area (Electrical, HVAC, Piping/Plumbing, Central Utility Plant Operations) and be multi-skilled in others in order to successfully complete daily/weekly work assignments.
Schedule - Friday - Monday, night shift
What is your day to day? Perform maintenance, monitoring repairs to the Mechanical, Plumbing, Structural, Furniture, Fire, Life Safety, and Control systems for the facility to keep facility and building systems up to applicable standards as assigned Maintains responsibility for facility services, preventative maintenance, purchasing and inventory control, contracted maintenance, general maintenance and technical proficiency. Maintenance of the equipment will include cleaning, inspecting, calibrating and changing parts to maintain the HVAC systems and associated equipment at optimum performance levels Any and other duties and tasks assigned. Record readings and make adjustments where necessary to ensure proper operation of equipment Comply with departmental policy for the safe storage, usage, and disposal of hazardous materials; maintain a clean and safe workplace
Desired experience and technical skills Required High School diploma or GED equivalent, technical training or degree. Universal CFC license Strong understanding of Mission Critical system operations, maintenance, engineering and design principles, practices, and procedures
Preferred Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO) Certification 5 years (+) related work experience, in a technical, critical environment operation Knowledgeable in Data Hall (White Space) power distribution and cooling
Estimated compensation for this position is: $30 - 36/hour The salary listed is an estimate and not guaranteed. A salary offer will vary based on applicant's education, experience, skills, abilities, geographic location, internal equity and alignment with market data
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