As a Senior Technician, Facilities, you will be a team member responsible for facility maintenance services and operations including plumbing, carpentry, painting, plastering, electrical maintenance, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance and operations, housekeeping and landscape/grounds maintenance.
- HVAC and HVAC OPERATIONS: Serves as part of a team responsible for HVAC and HVAC Controls maintenance and controls. Maintains digitally-controlled building management system (BMS); programs BMS software and software devices to accommodate new equipment, hardware, processors or alteration of existing equipment. Tests water systems, life safety systems and administers chemical treatment programs.
- Ensures maximum operational efficiency of facilities and equipment, as well as handle all grounds and support equipment.
- ELECTRICAL: Serves as part of a team responsible for preventive/predictive electrical infrastructure maintenance and repair.
- Ensures all systems, including utility infrastructure, are fully operational and inspected according to accepted standards and practices, including preventive maintenance schedules.
- Remains familiar with, and follows, all federal, state and local safety and environmental laws and regulations.
- May act as a source of direction for training and guidance of less experienced staff.
- Develops and implements preventive maintenance, repair programs and procedures for structural, HVAC, electrical, mechanical and plumbing and/or refrigeration systems for the Nationwide facilities.
- Uses advanced skills to perform maintenance service and repairs in a specialized technical and skilled trade (see detailed responsibilities by skilled trades below) for Nationwide facilities.
- Responds to customer service requests and responds to all maintenance, fire systems and emergency calls.
- Staffing exceptions to the above must be approved by the hiring manager’s leader and Human Resources Business Partner.
- General knowledge specialized technical and skilled trade. For HVAC, mechanical and life safety systems, motor controls, vibration analysis and equipment balancing.
- Must have general knowledge of all codes, principles and techniques associated with the installation, maintenance, repair and operation of HVAC, mechanical systems and devices.
- Able to solve and test mechanical systems and components.
- Able to interpret blue prints and electrical schematics.
- At least four years of proven related work experience.
- Other criteria, including leadership skills, competencies and experiences may take precedence.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Des Moines, IA, US
Application Deadline: N/A