Perform daily operation and maintenance of all mechanical equipment for the proper operation of the building, ensuring class “A” quality of all operations and equipment.
Report to lead mechanic/engineer in maintaining list of materials used and time consumed in the general maintenance of building projects.
Answer tenant complaint calls and make adjustments as needed, maintaining positive tenant relations.
Assist building staff in trouble shooting and performing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, etc. building repairs.
Make adjustments to equipment, and be capable of dismantling, repairing and reassembling mechanical equipment.
Maintain the building log book and input daily activities.
Capable of interpreting complex mechanical/electrical drawings/schematics for trouble shooting and repairs.
Possess interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively with tenants, vendors, and other members of the maintenance team.
Understand and analyze building systems, and their components, that deliver and maintain the environment of the facility.
Perform preventative maintenance tasks on building equipment as directed by lead mechanic/engineer.
Respond to trouble and emergency situations and perform tasks necessary for the well-being and protection of the property and building occupants.
Perform daily hands-on work and ad hoc requests as expected.
Assists in complying with all City, State and Federal safety and environmental laws, codes, standards and regulations.
Perform periodic inspections of building operating equipment, grounds, and public areas. Report any safety violations to the lead mechanic/engineer.
Visually inspect, listen, use tools and test equipment to detect, document and repair operating problems, malfunctions and defective parts on the facility machinery and system components and control elements.
Assist lead mechanic/engineer in the execution of pre-scheduled and controlled maintenance programs.
Inspect and trouble shoot problem areas and assist in the development of corrective procedures.
Responsible for the entry of any pre-scheduled maintenance performed by him/her in the maintenance records
A minimum of 3 + years’ experience working in office buildings, including experience in the operation of HVAC equipment, electrical systems, generators, fan systems, air distribution, plumbing, pumping systems and heat pumps.
A high school diploma or related school training is required.
Must have the ability to work rotating shifts and be able to work overtime schedule or unscheduled, in the event of an emergency.
Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Must have the capability to maintain, adjust, calibrate, repair and replace automatically controlled mechanical equipment, such as valves, louvers, vanes, mixing boxes, etc.
Must be able to work in harmony with all other trade positions, senior management on any project and can act as a leader or helper to any operator, mechanic or tradesman as may be necessary.
Basic computer skills are required.
This job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job.
CBRE/New England is committed to an inclusive environment that: reflects the clients we serve; provides everyone with the opportunity to succeed; values the differences of each individual; and recognizes their contributions to our firm’s success. EOE