Reporting To: Building Services Supervisor
Location: Toronto-Dominion Centre
Status: Full Time
Work shall include but not necessary be bound by the following:
- Provide guidance to Electrical Technicians
- Escalate unusual events/occurrences to supervisor
- Troubleshoot/repair building automation system
- Complete preventive/demand maintenance tasks; input histories if required
- Respond to tenant requests and emergencies
- Monitor work of contractors/external service providers to ensure adherence to company/industry standards
- Participate in review of operating policies/procedures as required
- Work in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Act and other applicable codes
- Provide feedback on proposed renovations re: impact on existing infrastructure systems if required
- Troubleshoot electrical issues; complete minor repairs
- Complete minor repairs/maintenance of UPS systems
- Replace ballasts
- Complete maintenance/repair of: building lighting systems; transfer switch; VFD; etc.
- Conduct visual inspection of high voltage switch gear
- Maintain/service and repair/replace: motor control centres, switches, breakers/ switchboard components, fixtures, branch circuit wiring, transformers, capacitors, transfer schemes, electrical and electric/pneumatic control devices, etc.
- Operate/complete minor servicing of: chiller, life safety systems heat pumps, air conditioners, air handling units, power generating equipment, etc.
- Assist other classifications/trades as required
- Maintain a clean work environment
- Ensure working relationships with tenants, contractors and external service providers are constantly upheld; ensure corrective action taken to meet tenant needs
- Interact with tenants to conduct more in-depth investigation into requests
- Develop working relationships with staff to co-ordinate activities
- Develop working rapport with suppliers, contractors and external service providers to discuss problems/potential solutions
- Maintain positive relations with tenants/client through effective communications
- Monitor, adjust and repair infrastructure systems
- Utilize industry best practices/procedures to perform duties
- Investigate problem areas; develop/implement action plans
- Provide guidance/instruction to Electrical Technicians and other classifications/trades
- Make decisions/recommendations based on company/industry standards/practices
- Provide technical expertise to building operation decisions
- Complete mandatory training programs (annually)
- As directed, create/implement personal development plan (annually) to identify skills required to move to next level
Hours of Work:
- Day shift; some overtime, on-call and shift work
- May be required to carry a PDA
- Work requires some exposure to more intense situations when responding to tenant requests
- Work requires utilizing tools/repairing systems that could cause physical injury if not handled/operated following safety practices/procedures
- Physical demands:
- Exposure to elements – majority of work indoors; some exposure to outdoor environment
- Lifting requirements – maximum 50 lbs.
- Repetitive physical effort – majority of work is non-repetitive
- Elevated working conditions – use of ladder; scissor lift (training required), etc.
- Confined space may be applicable (training required)
- OSSGD or equivalent
- Ontario trade certification of qualification (e.g., electrical license)
- 7-10 years in the operation and maintenance of facilities
- Ability to communicate effectively in English (oral and written)
Please reference Job Posting #2029 when applying. Applications must be received by July 26, 2013.
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