Department

Chief Engineer (Union)

Property Management
Posted: 11/19/2020
Full Time
San Francisco, CA
The Chief Engineer is directly responsible for the maintenance and operating condition of the assigned building as well as having direct supervision over the Engineers.  
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all boilers, heater pumps, valves, appurtenances and lines used in the distribution of steam and heated or processed water.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of refrigerant compressors, condensers, evaporators, traps, transfer pumps, expansion valves, stop vales and float temperature and air conditioning systems in their entirety, including the use of approved recovery equipment and processes to comply with the law.
  • Operation,  maintenance and repair of pumps handling brines or other secondary refrigerating liquids, including water, together with all valves, appurtenances and lines used in the system.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of air compressors, together with distribution lines and all valves and devices for air control, including air dryer and filtering and separating systems.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all natural and manufactured gas distribution lines, including all valves and devices for their distribution, regulation and control.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of water filters, softeners, piping, expansion tanks, and pumps used in conjunction with water distribution, including all sinks and toilet bowls, including all supply lines, drains, water lines, control devices and sprinkler systems.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all types of electrical motors and engines used to power pumps, compressors, generators and fans.
  • Maintenance of elevators, man-lifts, escalators and hoist ways except where this type of equipment is serviced and maintained by specialized contractors and only where the Engineer is properly licensed to do so.
  • All electrical/control systems work and repair including circuit diagnostics, tracing, and troubleshooting, operating, maintaining, and repairing all motor controls and related equipment drivers such as variable frequency drives (VFDs).
  • Tools considered as necessary to the fulfilment of the duties of the engineer shall include all those which may be required in the performance of his duties, including such types of special equipment necessary to operate, maintain and repair the equipment listed.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all fuel oil systems including piping, pumps, valves, strainers, filters, floaters, separators, lines and controls.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all fuel oil systems for HVAC, lighting and other controlled mediums, including consoles, data gathering panels, remote sensors and indicating devices.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of sanitary sewer systems, sump pumps including basins and sumps, grease traps, water closets, urinals, flush valves, angle stops and piping.  This includes clearing blockages in fixtures and lines as needed and on a preventative basis as well.
  • Maintenance and repair of trash/recycling/composting/baling compactors, including electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintenance and repair of all kitchen equipment excluding tenant owned equipment.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of all life Safety related equipment, including support of testing for life safety related equipment.
  • Inventory control for parts and materials required to perform such maintenance and repairs to the building systems.
  • Equipment room maintenance and repairs to maintain the physical condition and appearance of these rooms and equipment located within them.
  • EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
  • High-school diploma or equivalent.
  • Prior qualification as Journeyman (Stationary) Engineer.
  • Successful completion of Union Supervisory course.
  • Must be member of Local Union 39.
  • Ability to understand the operation and maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment, engines, turbines, motors, combustion engines, pumps, air compressors, ice and refrigeration machines, air conditioning units, filters, dryers, fans, siphons, plumbing and electrical systems, cooling towers, valves, and pneumatic systems, sump pumps and sewer systems
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 
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