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Exchange Tower – 130 King Street West
Within our office business, this conviction guides every aspect of our work. Our signature structures not only define skylines but are also true destinations — bringing together office areas, retail spaces, and dining options all in one. And our high-end design capabilities and strong sustainability practices allow us to create properties that raise the bar for real estate everywhere. It’s why the world’s most respected businesses, non-profits, and start-ups choose us as their partner.
If you’re ready to be a part of our team, we encourage you to apply.
Working in a Unionized Environment, a significant portion of time in this position will be spent managing building equipment to maintain optimum tenant comfort. Secondly, this position will be responsible for scheduling, tuning and, monitoring equipment operation to maximize energy efficiency. This position requires the employee to be part of a rotating shifts schedule. Night shifts are not required.
Monitor, operate, and make adjustments to building environmental control system and lighting systems to ensure proper operating conditions at all times. Be familiar with and responsible for starting chiller plant (including cooling towers) in case of Enwave emergency. Be familiar with Enwave control equipment and know bypass procedures in case of failure. Be familiar with storage tank charging and discharging procedures. Provide recommendations for improving equipment performance including energy reduction.
Servicing tenant requests and performing regular maintenance duties on various building equipment (including pumps, fans, boilers, chillers, cooling towers, and motors) as part of a comprehensive maintenance program. Complete assigned Angus PM maintenance work orders on time. Recommend changes to Angus instruction sets as necessary.
Assume and initiate corrective action for any operational problems; provide maintenance and repairs to all common areas, including electrical systems, changing lights, ballasts, light switches, power outlets, minor plumbing repairs in public washrooms, and exterior plumbing services.
Daily monitoring of Fire & Life Safety systems to ensure equipment is fully functional and in good operational order. Monthly testing and maintenance of Fire & Life Safety systems within scope of the Fire Code. Assist contractor with annual fire safety verifications and testing.
Completion of other tasks as assigned by the Chief Engineer.
SERVICE / PERSONAL SKILLS:
This position requires strong ability to build positive and professional relationship with tenants, contractors and peers, these daily interactions demand an individual with a keen service orientation as exemplified by the consistent demonstration of empathy and courtesy in all interactions.
Our level of tenant service further requires the communication of a sincere desire to contribute to tenant satisfaction by taking personal responsibility to resolve the tenants’ concerns.
EXPERIENCE & TECHINCAL SKILLS:
Preferably to have a minimum of 3 years experience working in operations in a commercial facility over 500,000 square feet rentable space.
Must have CMMS knowledge and be familiar with Building Automation Systems, pneumatic and DDC controls.
Must have experience with a wide range of mechanical, electrical, controls, life safety/fire safety equipment.
Has to be able to work independently with minimum supervision.
Must be a high school graduate and possess BES Operator Class II certification. Currently enrolled working towards obtaining BES Class I certification, or willing to commit to obtaining BES Class I certification within the first 2 years.
Special consideration will be given to individuals with specific training in Johnson Controls BAS equipment.
Experience working in a Unionized Environment will be considered an asset.
We are proud to create a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Accordingly, we will accommodate the needs of all qualified applicants with disabilities during the recruitment and selection process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
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