Perform preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs of buildings, equipment and systems. Diagnose root cause of equipment and system failures and implement appropriate resolution.
Responsible for operation and maintenance of boilers, air handlers, make up air systems, condensing units, VAV and VRM systems, emergency generator, standpipe/sprinkler and fire alarm, ejectors, and kitchen equipment.
Perform skilled and semi-skilled assignments in disciplines such as electrical, plumbing, carpentry, flooring and drywall.
Utilize Delta BMS for equipment operations, monitoring and response. Daily use of department CMMS system for scheduling and tracking preventive and corrective maintenance work orders.
Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills are necessary. Accurately record work performed as necessary for department and regulatory archives. Read and understand building layouts, equipment specifications and blueprints.
Work independently to prioritize, schedule and coordinate multiple activities while meeting all quality, safety and regulatory standards. Oversee contracted vendors for scheduled service and special projects.
Available for planned off-hour or weekend support necessary to sustain school readiness. On call response to unplanned after-hour facility emergencies and snow days.
Conduct regular and ongoing building inspection tours to identify and effectively resolve general maintenance and aesthetic issues. Participate in the identification and planning of facility and equipment improvements for inclusion in the annual operating and capital budgets.
High school with 5-7 years facilities technical experience. College level coursework and specialized training or certifications a definite plus. Qualify for relevant NYC Certificate of Fitness: S95, S12, S13, as required.
Effective oral and written communication skills. General computer literacy.
Team player with well-rounded and highly developed technical skills, capable of seeing a need and willing to adjust accordingly in support of organizational needs.
Maintain relevant New York City required Certificate of Fitness relating to facilities infrastructure and associated systems. Qualify for additional certifications as business needs evolve.
Lift heavy objects. Easily bend, reach, stoop, balance, climb ladders and comfortable with heights.