Facilities Maintenance Operations (FMO) offers building &landscape maintenance, and custodial services to Harvard faculties and departments on a fee-for-service basis. All services are provided in strict accordance with customer-determined standards. As such, FMO operates as an in-house alternative to contractor services and therefore must manage itself under the same principles that guide any successful maintenance service business.
Provides initial response, triage, stabilization, and/or repair for all types of building infrastructure maintenance requests, with emphasis on HVAC systems.
Inspects, adjusts, modifies, and repairs all types of boilers, heating systems, cooling systems, and auxiliary equipment. Interprets mechanical plans and prints and updates as necessary.
Monitors, queries, and reports on the status of building systems managed by DDC technology.
Initiates follow-up actions as required.
Provides responsive customer support in all phases of building maintenance and operations.
Assists and advises customers on maintenance solutions and provides follow-up on progress and status of work.
Performs other core skills of the trades and related duties as required.
May be assigned to work independently or as part of a multi-trade team under the guidance and direction of the Area Supervisor and/or Working Foreperson.
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Salary Grade: 000
Union: 42 - Int Un Oper Engineers Loc 877
Five years of related experience in the maintenance and operation of complex building system infrastructure.
Must be knowledgeable and experienced in the installation, operation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of all types of commercial building heating and cooling systems.
Must observe and comply with all standard safety codes and practices, perform work in accordance with recognized trade and University standards.
Must be able to read and interpret detailed plans, specifications, operating manuals, and other written materials associated with this trade.
Must be able to effectively communicate with peers and customers.
Technology Skills Required:
Proficient keyboard skills and familiarity with windows-based computing applications.
Must possess a current State HVAC license (or equivalent).
Must possess a valid driver's license.
Must supply a complete set of hand tools.
Required to wear/use appropriate safety clothing/equipment at all times.
Required to wear properly wear a uniform and maintain a professional image at all times.
A current address and telephone number must be provided as a condition of employment.
Emergency Status Designation: Critical Operations Personnel
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