The position is responsible for administering an EAMS (CMMS) based facilities and equipment maintenance work management program. The primary function of this position is to work with supervision, the site reliability engineer, and local staff to plan and schedule routine, planned activities for facility support services related to safety, building automation, equipment calibration, small facility maintenance projects, as well as preventative and reliability maintenance. Also, will act as principal liaison between local staff and subcontractors and client requesting departments for the planning and scheduling of facilities maintenance requests.
- Scheduling of daily, weekly and monthly Preventive and Corrective Work Orders.
- Develop a weekly work schedule by individual. Coordinate work activities with supervisor. Produce a weekly work plan using EAMS.
- Maintain status of all Work Orders and oversee compliance to established work order priorities
- Develop and report all Work Order overdue, backlog, received/ completed, etc. statistics and additional reports as deem appropriate for monthly reporting to management.
- Assist the Reliability Engineer with writing systems SOP’s and for equipment and systems.
- Work with the staff to provide constant communication with the requestor(s) regarding status of work orders.
- Provide status on work orders awaiting parts, on hold, or that have been rescheduled.
- Coordinate requests for contracted services with Procurement and Supervisor,
- Provide recommendations with regards to facilities equipment and utility systems maintenance programs.
- Read and interpret blue prints, schematics and one-line drawings.
- Utilize computer managements system (CMMS) to plan and schedule work.
- Work with and oversee subcontractor activities
- Demonstrate a high safety and environmental
- Perform under minimal supervision and exercise independent judgment in problem resolution.
- Be flexible to adjust to changing conditions and occasionally work second shift, holidays, and weekends as required.
- Support Shutdown planning
- Build Parts inventory database through Parts ID and CMMS association
- Responsible for Parts inventory and ordering of parts for preventative and corrective work
- Perform additional duties as directed.
Education: Minimum 4-year trade school, apprenticeship certification or demonstrated equivalent of 6 years in maintenance and repair experience in HVAC, industrial electrical and/or utility plant operations. In addition, requires minimum 4 years of supervision in an industrial or similar facilities maintenance environment.
Experience: At least 8 years experience in predictive and reliability based facility maintenance and/or journey level experience with strong mechanical/electrical aptitude and expertise in critical HVAC systems to include vibration analysis, testing or additional data gathering programs. In addition, candidate must have the willingness to learn, understand and apply theory to various facility systems, be self motivated, have excellent time management skills, have the ability to work with little or no direction, have outstanding verbal and written skills, and be committed to maintaining a safe work environment. Candidate must be proficient in the use of a CMMS work management systems, Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, and Excel) and building management monitoring systems.
- Communicate in written and verbal English, face to face, in group meetings and via phone or radio.
- Move and/or lift light to medium weight materials up to 40 lbs.
- Climb or stand on extension ladders, roof ladders, stepladders, and stairs, lifts, or aerial booms, to bend, stoop, squat, or kneel repetitively and to maneuver in low or narrow spaces.
- Work indoors and outdoors during all seasons, walk or stand on hard, soft, flat, irregular surfaces or terrain.
- Cope with demands (stressors) that are associated with the job and/or the work environment so that acceptable levels of performance and overall contribution are maintained.
- Be capable of wearing personal protective safety equipment (harnesses, respirators, glasses, ear plugs, etc.)
- Working knowledge of CMMS
- Certification or formal training from Facility Maintenance Organizations such as IFMA, AFE or BOMA