Forest City Realty Trust, LLC. is a NYSE-listed national real estate company engaged in commercial and residential real estate throughout the United States. Forest City associates are committed to creating superior communities where people live, work, shop and stay.
The Lead HVAC Engineer provides direction of daily activities conducted by the Engineers. The Lead Engineer manages the daily, weekly and monthly work schedules using various tools including the CMMS program, construction schedules and corporate directives. The Lead Engineer provides guidance to the engineering staff on repairs and maintenance of the building systems and equipment, as well as trouble shooting assistance on complex systems issues. Performs all duties related to the HVAC Energy Management System, and Steam Plant Operation.
Essential Job Functions
1. At the direction of the Chief Engineer, oversees the planning & scheduling of repairs and maintenance of mechanical equipment, including heating and air conditioning equipment, boilers and boiler support equipment, motors, pumps, air compressors, and lab specific systems. Administers CMMS PM and Work Order system insuring work orders are completed in a timely manner.
2. Interfaces with tenants regarding their maintenance or HVAC operations needs. Responds to tenant calls in a courteous and efficient manner. Schedules and coordinates systems shutdown notifications with tenant contacts. Includes tenant operating shutdown procedure and notification requirements into schedules.
3. Schedules, manages, and administers the operation of life safety and fire protection systems insuring required monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual life safety inspections are completed and documented. Ensure completion of daily rounds, inspections, logs and reading are completed and reviewed for compliance and stable operating conditions.
4. Works with contractors to manage shutdowns tie ins and systems coordination for TI projects, tenant specific activities and inspections.
A high school diploma and vocational training is required. Professional licensing requirements vary based on location, but may include HVAC, steam engine, electrical, pipefitter, plumbing, waste water, steam and high pressure vessels, and/or stationary engineering. Certification requirements vary based on location, but may include Facilities, Energy Management, LEED, ACM Awareness, NFPA, BOMA, AFE, and/or IFMA.
In addition to the education outlined above, at least 6-10 years in and years experience working on complex mechanical, electrical & HVAC systems. Including maintenance, repair and troubleshooting with 1 to 2 years with supervisory responsibilities providing work leadership to a small team of 4 or more engineers preferably in a laboratory or medical research environment.
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