EMCOR Facilities Services (EFS), an EMCOR core business, services over 1 billion square feet of space worldwide. From corporate campuses to single sites, EFS provides a range of services that support mission-critical areas of financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, transportation, and government sectors.
Job Title: Maintenance Technician III
In a safe, efficient and professional manner the Maintenance Technician III will support the Maintenance Manager in the preventative, corrective, and general maintenance for the Client. Other duties include, but not limited to, daily assessments of systems, maintain a clean working environment, and other various duties as assigned by the Maintenance Manager or Account Manager, while adhering to all safety and health standards. The Maintenance Technician III will be responsible for performing electrical installation, repair, and maintenance of equipment and controls located throughout buildings. Plumbing installation, repair, maintenance of piping, associated equipment and components located in the interior and exterior of building(s). Installation, repair, and maintenance of mechanical/electrical operating equipment and machinery. Conducting routine and on-going assessments of the building system operations. Performing tests, rounds and analysis of data to assure the proper functioning of departmental equipment. Monitoring operation of the mechanical, electrical and other operating equipment. Responsible for performing work according to manufacturing standards and following the change process of qualified core equipment and components.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Include but are not limited to the following:
Ensures facility maintenance according to established standards. Identify deficiencies through regular and thorough inspection of building premises.
Works closely with CMMS Planner/Scheduler to optimize Preventative Maintenance Program.
Administers preventive maintenance program to include machine history, maintenance, and lubrication logs. Follows through on maintenance needs and deficiencies as appropriate.
Maintains operating logs including temperatures, pressures and plant equipment inspections.
Maintains utility logs for electricity, gas, water, steam and any other utility services.
Monitors, tests, and records inventories of gasoline and diesel underground storage tanks.
Maintains operation and maintenance manual for all equipment. Record all electrical tests, scans and inspections.
Maintains all tests, logs and manuals in an efficiently organized manner.
Ensures accurate and timely documentation.
Proficient with Life Safety System Maintenance Program.
Strong working knowledge of the mechanical functions associated with HVAC systems and equipment.
Analyzes the operation of various systems, determines the cause of any problems/malfunctions and takes corrective action as required.
Performs preventative maintenance on all base building and critical system equipment which includes but not limited to: assembling all tools, supplies and instruments necessary to complete the job, performing work with a minimum amount of disruption, conducting immediate clean-up of work area, completing the preventative task sheet, returning tools to workshop and unused supplies to store room and advising the Maintenance Manager of any equipment problems.
Monitors operation, adjusts and maintains refrigerant, heat exchangers, HVAC equipment and systems, electrical, emergency backup systems and hot water systems; chilled water, and air conditioning equipment; boilers, heating, ventilating and hot water heaters; pumps, valves, piping and filters; other mechanical and electrical equipment; records readings as necessary to ensure proper operation of equipment and makes adjustments where necessary to assure proper operation of equipment and notifies appropriate parties of any problems or malfunctions.
Assists with chemical water treatment program of all systems such as chilled water, condenser water and closed hot water loops.
Installs and repairs plumbing/piping/tubing; installs and rebuilds pumps and motors; installs and rebuilds air compressors and heat exchangers; replaces bearings in all types of motors; replaces seals on pumps and motors; installs and repairs wiring, valves, filters, hot water systems and associated controls.
Installs, repairs and maintains electrical controls, switching and motor controls
Wires single and three phase motors (single and two speed); runs conduit; pulls wiring to machinery, motors, operating parts, etc.
Assists other mechanics and operators with major repairs and maintenance of building and equipment.
Supports occupant satisfaction processes by ensuring clients are informed about the status of their request in a timely and accurate manner.
Maintains tools and orders supplies as required for installation and repairs.
Complies with departmental policy for safe storage, usage and disposal of hazardous materials.
Follows safety practices, and utilize protective clothing and equipment as required by OSHA. Know the whereabouts of all emergency equipment (i.e. fire extinguishers, eyewash and shower stations, first aid supplies, breathing apparatus, etc.)
Safely use hand tools, power tools and test instruments to maintain, troubleshoot and repair various types of equipment.
Performs other various duties as assigned by supervisors.
For internal candidates, must constantly receive a "meets expectations" job performance review.
Works and participates well as a team member.
Communicate well with others; clearly write and speak to clients, superiors, coworkers.
Good organization skills; disciplined approach to daily activities; takes a sense of pride in all aspects of the job.
Exposure to the functions and importance of Facilities Maintenance.
Ability to maintain a flexible schedule: days, evenings, weekends and emergencies.
Presents self in professional manner: neat appearance and grooming.
Able to produce a quality work product in a prompt, safe and efficient manner.
Ability to work without supervision and appropriately with multiple deadlines.
Observe and adhere to safety and health rules.
Good communication with and respect for co-workers and their property, vendors, and clients.
Maintain a good attendance record, including notification in the event of tardiness and absence.
Valid State Driver's License including clean MVD record
CFC Universal Certification
The state trade licensing requirements
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent
At least 2 years of applicable trade school or college and certificate/degree.
Must be 18 years of age
Minimum of 3 years previous experience with facility maintenance
We offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continued growth and success. Equal Opportunity Employer.