Engineer Technician II

Department:  Operations

Date Posted: 8/4/2017

Position Summary: Partner with management to plan and execute projects related to building maintenance and ensure they are completed in a timely manner.  

Position Description:
  • Installs new units or replacement parts for existing units
  • Effectively evaluates breakdowns; formulates action plans and develops timeframes for repair completion
  • Operates all HVAC and electrical systems at optimum performance levels while ensuring occupancy comfort
  • Directs major overhauls of HVAC and electrical equipment
  • Maintains sound operational and repair knowledge of all HVAC and electrical equipment and controls
  • Communicates with exhibitors, buyers and employees in a professional and courteous manner

Required Education:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Level 3 HVAC Certification or HVAC license

Required Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of related experience
  • Ability to troubleshoot HVAC and electrical systems (electronic and pneumatic)

Physical Requirements:

  • Lift up to 50 lbs
  • Stand and walk or climb ladder/stairs for the majority of shift
  • Work at heights up to 75 feet in man-lifts
  • Work outside in the elements up to 25% of the time

Required Competencies:

  • Communication: Effectively listens to others and makes clear and effective oral presentations to individuals and groups regarding work-unit or organization issues.  Communicates effectively in writing; is clear, concise and easily understood.
  • Customer Focus: Adapts and maintains a customer-focus mindset that acknowledges that importance and value of the customer, and acts accordingly.
  • Decisiveness: Assesses risks and takes the appropriate actions needed to achieve work-unit objectives within appropriate time frames.
  • Flexibility: Adapts to change in the work environment in ways that help work-unit staff keep projects "on course."
  • Problem Solving: Recognizes and defines problems; challenges other to identify alternative solutions, and plans to solve those problems.
  • Self-Management: Engages in the effective use of self-assessment and self-management techniques in order to proactively and continuously improve own performance.  Exhibits full responsibility for one's own work achievements and consistently maintains a high level of self-management that contributes to sustained high performance.
  • Time Management: Effectively uses the time available to complete work tasks and activities that lead to the achievement of expected work objectives (as results or outputs).