Building Engineer

Industry

Hospitality and Catering

Advert ID

USA_456926

Location

Minneapolis

Job Type

Permanent

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

USD20.00-23.99/hr

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Minneapolis, MN - Metro - (USA) 222 S 9th St Suite 290 MN Minneapolis , MN 55402

Branch Phone Number

612-375-9200

Job Description

This is a Direct Hire Opportunity with a World-class properties, innovation, high-fives, service, autonomy, community. If you're nodding along right now, get in touch!



Hours: 8am-5pm, M-F



The position must be EPA Certified and It requires living on site with monthly rent credit provided!



POSITION OVERVIEW



The primary responsibility of the Building Engineer III is to safeguard safeguards the interests of the residents and owners by maintaining the physical condition of property and equipment according to company guidelines and standards. This position also protects the property and equipment from damage, loss, and deterioration. This role also assesses and makes recommendation to the Chief Engineer regarding cost containment and asset preservation.



ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES



Interacts amicably with residents, with a "service-minded" attitude to identify and address needs or concerns regarding the condition of their apartment and building. Maintain a 4.0 or better rating on Satisfacts resident satisfaction surveys for Service Requests.

Uses discretion and maintains confidentiality of co-workers, management, owners, past and current residents, vendors, and all outside contacts.

Works with the Chief Engineer to follow the Preventive Maintenance Program guidelines.

Performs work to maintain curb appeal standards for grounds and landscaping, exterior and interior illumination, pool and spa, water features; and ensures high traffic areas are in excellent condition.

Performs general maintenance work on vacated apartments to prepare them for the next resident, which may include: drywall repairs, electrical and carpentry, plumbing, installing new locks, tile-work, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

Maintains and repairs the heating, ventilation, and cooling units within the apartment.

Ensures routine service requests are completed within 24 hours; follows-up with residents to ensure the service request was completed to their satisfaction.

Troubleshoots basic appliance repairs and identifies replacement and installation needs.

Follows energy conservation guidelines and return climate control thermostats to the appropriate setting, including refrigeration units.

Completes daily pool/spa maintenance and inspections to ensure proper water chemistry and cleanliness of pool/spa area, and to ascertain needed repairs or improvements

Has working knowledge of the operation of major mechanical systems including but not limited to domestic water booster pumps, fire alarms, suppression, pressurization, and pumps, elevators, domestic hot and heat boilers, chillers, and circulation pumps.

Adheres to established policies related to the Fair Housing Act; conforms to all Federal, State and local inspections on equipment and systems as required; and follows OSHA, EPA and NFPA guidelines and standards.

Ensures that all interior and exterior areas of the property are litter free, clean and presentable.

Maintains consistent and timely attendance, sets an example for their co-workers in punctuality.

Performs other job-related duties as assigned.



REQUIREMENTS



High School diploma or GED with Vocational Training Certificate

Experience within an upscale, luxury multifamily or condo high-rise environment, or high-rise hotel or commercial building preferred.

HVAC Certification (EPA Type II) required; Certified Pool Operator preferred

Demonstrated knowledge and skill of plant equipment, specifically, elevators, chillers, boilers.

Demonstrated skills in plumbing, electrical, mechanical, drywall repairs, and carpentry.