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Technical Lead Engineer

BROOKFIELD PROPERTIES

$30.00+/Hour

JOB DESCRIPTION / RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist the engineering team with responsible, safe and efficient operation of all mechanical/ electrical/plumbing equipment, BAS controls, and distribution panels used to provide heat, air conditioning, ventilation and electrical power service as directed by Chief Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer.

  • Maintain proper tenant relations through prompt and courteous response tenant/management requests within the established and understood Brookfield policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Performs general service, repair, maintenance, testing and operations of the HVAC equipment under the supervision and direction of the Chief Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer.
  • Monitors systems for potential problems (or existing problems) and formulates solutions to be presented to the Chief Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer for appropriate action.
  • Make repairs, adjustments and changes to HVAC and related equipment to maintain established Brookfield policies and procedures not limited to the following:
    • Chiller and reheat system temperature adjustments.
    • Building environmental controls.
    • Thermostats.
    • Outdoor air intake and exhaust systems.
    • Duct dampers and splitters.
    • Damper motors and operators.
    • Air handler motor, sheave, belt and pulley, service, repair and maintenance adjustments.
  • Related Fire Life Safety device interface and routine code compliance understanding.
  • Assists in training of all personnel in operation and maintenance procedures involved within the property operations.
  • Operation of building emergency systems (i.e. emergency generator, fire pumps, Fire Command Center, etc.) and assist in managing the XL Gaps and Brookfield standards and policies.
  • Performs all lighting repair or replacement needs.
  • Service, repair and maintenance of electrical systems.
  • Rigging and hoisting heavy equipment parts with various property provided equipment.
  • Operates watch shift independently, as necessary.
  • Maintains ethical, professional, and courteous relations with contractors.
  • Acts as a team member and fostering cooperative environment with all fellow employees of the engineering staff, property management, security, janitorial and parking staff.
  • Comply with all the established Brookfield policies and procedures.
  • Maintain the integrity and cleanliness of all mechanical areas.
  • Assume additional responsibilities in a safe code compliant manner as delegated by the Chief Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of five years of building operation and maintenance preferred.
  • High School Diploma.
  • E.P.A. #608 Universal Technician Certification.
  • Understand basic high rise building systems design and operations (i.e. fire system, domestic water system, HVAC system, electrical distribution, combustion engine system, interrelated code compliance).
  • City of Denver Refrigeration Operator’s Certificate required or obtained within 6 months of employment.
  • Able to read and understand blue print drawings, not limited to mechanical, electrical, plumbing, structural or architectural.
  • Understanding of combustion engine service, repair and maintenance.
  • Experienced in Energy Management Systems/Building Automation Systems is required, to include the following - Direct Digital controls, process controls, and programming of these systems.
  • Ability to perform Upgrade Enhancements in field/zone and related controllers/FPTU's/VAV's.
  • Ability to perform installations/retrofits on all of the above .
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