GENERAL SUMMARY: The Property Engineer will be responsible for the maintenance of multiple buildings and grounds, as assigned. Primary responsibilities will include the coordination and control of mechanical activities in order to deliver superior customer service, provide safe and stable operation of the property and to optimize engineering efforts to keep operating expenses as low as possible. This is a “working” position, where the Property Engineer is expected to be actively involved in working with tools and in repair and maintenance operations. The Property Engineer reports to the Assistant Chief Engineer and or Chief Engineer.
Duties of the Property Engineer include, but are not limited to:
- Provide support to the Assistant Chief Engineer and/or Chief Engineer with organizing and scheduling maintenance.
- Directly responsible for maintaining a preventive maintenance program within the restrictions of an annual budget. This includes all heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical, as well as maintenance and repair of buildings and equipment.
- Responsible for HVAC maintenance and repair, including chillers, air handlers, pump repair, motor replacement, and water treatment to related equipment.
- Responsible for electrical repairs including; breaker replacement, general wiring, lighting ballast replacement, incandescent and fluorescent light bulb and tube replacement.
- Responsible for plumbing maintenance to include; garbage disposals, P-traps, general sewer line on property and faucet repairs.
- Responsible for generator testing and reporting, as well as vendor coordination and refueling of Gen-Set.
- Coordinate necessary property access with Assistant Chief Engineer and Chief Engineer.
- Assist in maintaining blueprint inventory, operation manuals, stock supplies, and specifications as they apply to primary duties.
- Assists in periodic structural inspections and evaluations of property facilities.
- Participates in and contributes to developing a response program, particularly in the areas related to response during and after seismic events.
- Provides training to new and existing employees.
- Maintain daily work order tracking.
- Keep up on technological changes such as retrofitting machinery to meet today’s new laws and efficiency standards.
- Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Chief Engineer and/or Chief Engineer.
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