Federal Reserve Bank Facilities Maintenance Technician in Kansas City, Missouri
Performs facilities-related functions including, but not limited to, repairs and maintenance on various systems, and/or building construction tasks.
Performs routine repairs to commercial mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (water, steam, and HVAC).
Includes inspecting, analyzing, repairing, maintaining, and installing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.
Monitoring the operations of automated building management systems for irregularities in temperature or humidity levels to maintain proper environmental conditions throughout the facility and troubleshooting problems and making necessary adjustments or repairs to systems and related equipment.
Assists senior technicians in all phases of various facilities-related assignments including renovation and maintenance projects.
Assists in inspecting and/or monitoring automated energy management system and emergency equipment to ensure operating conditions of the facility are at appropriate levels.
Experience with a BMS a definite plus.
Will receive work orders and requests and determine requirements, schedule work and identify repair parts and other materials required to complete assignments.
Completes miscellaneous ad-hoc tasks, as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent. Associate’s degree, vocational training, or equivalent in Stationary Engineering, HVAC, or mechanical systems is preferred (equivalent military experience/training is acceptable).
Four to six years of experience in commercial facilities maintenance with mechanical/electrical equipment service, or a skilled trade or equivalent military experience is required.
Strong project coordination/management skills.
Ability to operate portable power tools (e.g., drills, saws, etc.), table saws, grinders, and non-powered hand tools.
Ability to read and understand manufacturers’ warnings, labels, instructions, and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and have good knowledge of applicable building codes.
Strong ability to read and properly interpret blueprints and project plans.
Must be able to effectively document changes made to systems, equipment, or the structure.
Ability to multitask and use time efficiently to meet project deadlines.
Strong ability to identify procedural improvements, make suggestions, and assist in implementing changes.
Must have a good knowledge of troubleshooting and repair.
Strong attention to detail.
Computer skills, including but not limited to internet application and operating computers associated with assigned equipment or systems.
Ability to meet due dates and be a team player.
Must be comfortable working within high areas and ability to lift at least 50 lbs.
Must be available to work any shift, including after-hour shifts (four, ten hour days). The maintenance area operates the facility 24/7. Additional compensation is provided when working after-hour, non-standard shifts.
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Organization: *Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Title: Facilities Maintenance Technician
Location: MO-Kansas City
Requisition ID: 255719