Summary of Job Description:
The Operating Engineer supports operation, inspection, and maintenance processes to mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment and systems in assigned facilities. Performs inspections and repairs to assigned property interior and exterior areas, including walls and flooring, installed fixtures, roofing systems, lighting, etc.
Supervises and directs contractors and monitors performance of their assigned responsibilities.
Performs and/or directs the performance of all maintenance service requests, insuring that work performed in these areas is accomplished efficiently with a minimum amount of disruption and inconvenience.
Manages contractors, including selection, scheduling and job assignments, appraisals and recognition.
Maintain lighting system bulbs and ballasts
Assist the operations team in the maintenance and repair of building and equipment
General interior maintenance hang pictures, repair office furniture systems, minor plumbing
Completes special tasks that include but are not limited to; painting, locksmith work, tenant services requests, and general maintenance as assigned.
Moves office furniture, machinery, equipment and other materials as requested
Perform assigned facility inspections and due diligence efforts, reporting on as found conditions impacting satisfactory client occupancy and operations.
Respond effectively to all emergencies.
Comply with all safety procedures, maintaining good housekeeping and safety of work areas. Recognize danger and safety hazards and propose methods to eliminate them.
Complies with all policies for the safe storage, usage and disposal of hazardous materials.
Participate in ongoing technical, safety, and operational process training programs
Maintains a clean and safe work environment and maintain compliance to State, County, or City Ordinances, Codes, or Laws.
Documents work performance and materials procurement as directed, using work order system
Other assigned operational tasks as may be typically expected of the Building Engineer role.
Maintain and troubleshoot conveyor systems and related electrical and mechanical equipment
Maintain a safety-first culture by promoting and driving safe work practices timely training, best practices as well as delivering rewards and recognitions to promote safe behavior.
Implement Preventive Maintenance programs
Ability to maintain, and troubleshoot basic power distribution systems, branch circuits, lighting systems, transformers, and wiring methods and materials
Ability to, maintain, and troubleshoot basic relay logic, ladder diagrams, control components-- photo eyes, motor starters, relays, limit switches, proximity sensors, timers, solenoids, frequency inverters, tachs, and encoders
Basic knowledge of PLC programs, ability to troubleshoot ladder logic (read use for troubleshooting), components (CPU back plains, I/O boards, counters, modules, and devices.
Candidate must possess and maintain a valid state driver s license and pass MVR check.
Completion of an applicable technical training program is desirable, have a minimum of three years of applicable working experience in general building repair and maintenance, basic plumbing, and basic electrical.
High school diploma or equivalent
Ability to work all days and shifts, including overtime (24 hours a day, 7 days a week operation, including holidays)
Experience and proficiency in the following areas:
Automated conveyors systems and controls
Electrical and electronic principles
Blueprint and electrical schematic reading
Knowledge of CMMS programs
Preventative maintenance procedures
Industrial PC literacy
Knowledge of N.E.C.
Must have ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs., use ladders up to 30 ft, possess mechanical and electrical aptitude, and have excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Ability to comply with both Jones Lang LaSalle and client-directed Policies & Procedures.
Successful candidate must be self-motivated who can work independently or on a team.
Candidate must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and internet usage and navigation
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