Monday, October 27, 2014

Senior Maintenance Technician

Senior Maintenance Technician

Boy Scouts of America - Irving
Supports the Facilities department in the daily maintenance, repair, and
efficient operation of all building systems and equipment. This position is
responsible for "hands-on" day-to-day facility maintenance, repairs and
operations of all facets of a commercial office building to include, but
not limited to, the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and energy management
systems associated with the a three building office complex.

Primary Responsibilities:
Perform all duties in a safe manner and in accordance with established work
standards and practices to include but not limited to painting, carpentry,
furniture and office moves, space reconfigurations, and construction.

Perform the maintenance, repair and operation of mechanical, electrical and
plumbing to support the mission of the Boy Scouts of America.

Operate building systems in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with
government regulatory compliance and standard operating procedures.

Performs predictive, planned, preventative and routine maintenance as well
as equipment rounds and service requests as directed.

Inspect and repair pumps, fans, valves, and motors ensuring proper
operation of the facility equipment and systems.

Interpret specifications, blueprints and job standards to perform assigned

Establish work procedures to meet production schedules and recommend
measures to improve production methods, equipment performance and quality
of product.

Initiate and/or suggest plans to achieve work goals. Manage and document
facilities work orders and customer service requests. Determine and/or
assist with analyzing and resolving work problems.

Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase
efficiency of department, shop, or work crew.

Assist with the development and improvement of preventative maintenance
programs, schedules, work instructions and operational procedures.

Establish, maintain, record and inspect materials inventory.

Installation and set-up of conference rooms and special events.

Monitor vendor activities and progress to ensure objectives are achieved
for outsourced maintenance and projects.

Communicate verbally and in writing as required for customer interaction.

Ensures that the appropriate permits, regulations, licenses, and
certifications are maintained.

Leads staff and supervises contractors and seasonal staff. Comply with all
company policies and procedures and performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/ Experience:
High School Diploma or GED is required.

HVAC, licensed electrician, and/or BOMA certification is preferred.

Valid state driver's license is required.

Offers for employment are subject to criminal, reference and motor vehicle
background checks.

Trade School with three to five years related experience in a Commercial
building environment or equivalent, strongly preferred.

Minimum of five years of experience in commercial building standards,
operations and maintenance with a high attention to detail.

Knowledge of and experience with mechanical systems (package systems, fans,
chillers, cooling towers, dehumidification etc.), fire alarm and
suppression systems, building control and monitoring systems and security
equipment, etc.

Experience in operation, maintenance and basic repair of HVAC, heaters,
pumps, refrigerant systems, compressors, water systems, electrical,
carpentry etc.

Knowledgeable in energy management systems, techniques and operations.

Excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with tenants, clients and vendors.

Ability to read and interpret documents such as blue prints, operating and
maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Have the ability to write
routine reports and correspondence and to present to ownership in a large
conference environment.

Self-motivating with the ability to motivate others thru mentorship and
guidance. Ability to work independently and be a self-starter.

Team player with the desire to foster teamwork to help create a positive
working environment.

The National Council, Boy Scouts of America is an equal opportunity
employer. In addition to offering a competitive annual salary that ranges
from $40,000-$50,000, the BSA offers benefits to include major medical,
prescription coverage, dental, vision, life-insurance, long-term
disability, accidental death, and a defined benefit retirement plan. We
also offer a generous vacation policy (begins after completing one month of
employment) and 11 holiday observances.

Qualified candidates must email a resume with a cover letter and salary
history to:

The subject line of the email should include the words, Maintenance Tech