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ASSET COORDINATOR, Facilities-Repair and Maintenance (R&M), to document, tag, and track all mechanical, electrical, piping, plumbing, and structural assets in all campus buildings. Will provide leadership in managing data associated with current equipment, but also work with department personnel in documenting newly installed or removed equipment as part of a construction or repair project; take input from multiple sources and direct personnel in confirming the integrity of information associated with such equipment and ensure that the data is uploaded into the equipment database in SAP; and work closely with IS&T, business systems, and preventative maintenance leads to ensure data is complete and supports the mission of the department.
REQUIRED: a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering or related discipline; at least five years of relevant experience; knowledge of mechanical, electrical, piping, plumbing, and structural systems and components; experience with Microsoft Office (particularly Excel), database management, asset tracking systems, and charting process flows; attention to detail; ability to manage MIT personnel and contractors in gathering asset data, generating reports associated with the tracking of assets, and demonstrating the success of the asset tracking process and other projects as assigned; comfort working in a union, maintenance environment and assuring adhere to all safety policies; ability to read and understand engineering drawings, i.e., blueprints, piping and instrumentation (P&ID) process flow diagrams, electrical one-lines, parts lists, and illustrated parts breakdowns. PREFERRED: experience with SAP and training and presentation skills. Job #21818-8
Working conditions: ascending/descending stairs; traversing the campus; moving about the jobsite and machinery to access equipment; remaining stationary for extended periods of time; and working from ladders, scaffolds, and other above-ground locations such as roofs; wearing of personal protective equipment as required by the specific assignment; exposure to dust, odors, and fumes, high levels of noise, and temperature extremes; working near steam and moving machinery, in tight areas and confined spaces such as manholes and crawl spaces, and with and around chemicals and solvents; performing duties in research labs and animal facilities and outdoors in inclement weather.
Repair and Maintenance is a 24/7 operation. Must be available to respond to off-hour emergencies and standby supervisory coverage on a rotating basis on weekends and holidays.
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