PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PLANNER/SCHEDULER, Facilities-Repair and Maintenance, to support the preventative maintenance program, campus-wide, and serve as a liaison between the maintenance teams that support 150 buildings within the campus portfolio consisting of approximately 13m GSF. Will review, analyze, and change equipment preventative maintenance needs across campus; focus on increasing the reliability of Facilities' equipment data; and establish appropriate tasks for mechanical, electrical, fire alarm, fire suppression, piping, and plumbing equipment by ensuring preventive and predictive maintenance practices and principles are developed, implemented, and monitored. Will work under direction of the senior maintenance planner/scheduler.
REQUIRED: a high school diploma or its equivalent (associate's or B.S. degree preferred); a minimum of ten years of trade or engineering experience; in-depth understanding of preventive and predictive maintenance practices and principles; extensive practical experience managing a preventative maintenance program with the planning and coordination of trade labor; familiarity with all types of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, piping, and fire alarms systems; and experience using a maintenance planning system (SAP experience preferred). Must demonstrate meticulous attention to detail and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Must also be comfortable working in/on chases, rooftops, penthouse mechanical rooms, and electrical spaces. Job #14201-P
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