at Commercial Real Estate in Boise, Idaho, United States
About the Role
The Maintenance Electrician is a multi-functional technician responsible for effectively maintaining building systems and infrastructure in optimal condition.
Performs inspections and repairs to assigned property interior and exterior areas, including electrical, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and refrigeration, material handling and conveyance systems, robotics; walls and flooring; installed fixtures; roofing systems; lighting, etc.
Executes equipment inspection and monitoring programs; defines and implements maintenance best practices to improve overall mechanical equipment uptime
Continuously evaluates current maintenance, operations and reliability methods and implements changes to enhance effectiveness at increasing value-maximizing performance.
Leads, trains, and supports maintenance team members as needed to develop individuals' skills and expand team capabilities.
Demonstrates flexibility to work various shifts and alternative work schedules as needed.
Moves throughout the facility extensively during shift to attend equipment and team members as needed.
Essential functions include performing preventive maintenance, repair, and other technical activities for the following:
Building electrical systems, including power distribution and critical power systems such as UPS and generators.
HVAC systems, including determining the frequency of PM and repair, reviewing logs as necessary, and escalating any problems or malfunctions with refrigeration, water cooling and air conditioning equipment; boilers, heating, ventilating and hot water equipment; pumps, valves, piping and filters; and related mechanical and electrical equipment.
MHE (Material Handling Equipment), and Robotics, including electrical aspects of highly automated conveyor systems, to support a "One Team" environment that transcends electrical and mechanical responsibilities.
In addition, this position:
Ensures the availability of an adequate inventory of tools and other supplies to operate the building, including preparing and submitting purchase orders requests, developing sources for stock materials, and performing periodic checks of inventory levels and equipment conditions.
Oversees the activities of contractors working within the building either as representatives of the building itself or tenants.
Identifies safety hazards within the building and escalates remediation to ensure the building's staff and occupants work in a safe environment.
Ensures compliance with regulatory laws and guidelines related to the operation of the building's infrastructure. Alerts management to discrepancies.
Maintains all building infrastructure and compliance documentation including up-to-date building drawings and single lines as well as documentation mandated for the purpose of maintaining regulatory compliance with Federal, State or Local law.
Ensure that the CFWA (Critical Facility Work Authorization) is a well-understood process among the building staff, engineers, tenants, and contractors who perform work on the building's critical infrastructure.
Demonstrates the proper use and care of tools and instruments, giving hands on instruction in basic maintenance, safety and troubleshooting procedures, recommending relevant outside engineering courses for enrolment, and instilling an overall level of professionalism in manner and appearance.
Performs other operational tasks as assigned.
Travel as required to support network needs.
4+ years of experience with industrial electrical or facility maintenance.
State journeyman electrician license and requirement to keep it active for... For full info follow application link.
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