Posted: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 11:51 AM
Job ID 5281Department Facilities Maintenance (10000013)
Union Classification Non UnionType
Full Time : Salaried
of Openings 1.0Job Location Electric Building : Annex 1st (A1)
Closing Date 09/08/2017Salary/Wage 78,483.00:107,914.00annually
Job Definition 13;
Serves as project engineer for construction, renovation and alteration of non:operational facilities. Designs and develops solutions to facilities problems. Recommends maintenance and retrofits of buildings, building system changes and equipment needs as necessary. Optimize the energy and resource usage of District buildings and equipment according to the Districts conservation initiatives. Inspects District non:operational facilities to ensure maximum life and performance through proper maintenance. Serves as point:of:contact for customers, providing solutions to their problems. Plans and coordinates the work of the maintenance and custodial staffs, inspects District non:operational facilities to ensure maintenance needs are met.
Distinguishing Characteristics 13;
Essential Job Functions 13;
Gathers data and maintains records of the locations and types of hazardous materials in District buildings/grounds and supports the Facilities Department pollution prevention efforts.
Performs needs analysis and project administration for large and small Facility related projects. Prepares layout and design for construction, renovation and alternations for District non:operational facilities. Develops construction specifications and drawings, ensuring quality and cost:effective work. Prepares project cost estimates.
Evaluates the cost effectiveness of energy efficiency improvements using needs and economic analysis. Implements measurement and verification procedures and performs conventional engineering design, energy analysis, and technical support including efficient use of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, lighting systems, etc.
Performs a variety of tasks, including safety and environmental assessments, sampling, evaluation, reporting, abatement and disposal of hazardous materials for facilities projects.
Assists in the review and evaluation of current standards, policy, procedures and processes recommending process improvement changes and/or streamlining.
Operates, manages and optimizes building operating and control systems.
Evaluates all maintenance work requests, estimates labor, materials and equipment costs, and recommends cost:effective methods of accomplishment.
Develops specifications for Public Works Contracts, Professional Services Contracts, and other contract work as required. Initiates purchase order requisitions and small works contracts for materials and services required to accomplish maintenance work for all non:operational facilities. Evaluates bids and makes recommendations.
Inspects non:operational facilities on a regular basis to ensure maintenance needs are met and that identified work is budgeted.
Supervises and inspects the work of contractors to ensure adherence to the specifications and contract. Provides functional supervision to District personnel assigned to perform in:house work. Evaluates and processes contractors request for payment.
Develops and recommends preventative maintenance and housekeeping programs for all non:operational facilities.
Administers a warranty control program to assure that all new equipment and facilities are performing adequately prior to expiration of their warranty.
Specialized Job Functions 13;
Other Job Functions 13;
Assists in the development of the departments budget.
Performs other duties as assigned.
NOTE: Non:operational facilities are defined as those facilities which are not used in generation, transmission, or distribution of electric power or the production, storage, transmission or distributio
• Location: Everett
• Post ID: 54187558 everett