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Pfister Hotel 2nd Shift Engineer FT

Property Name: Pfister Hotel
Location: Milwaukee, WI, United States
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Requisition #: 240000HF

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JOB TITLE  Engineer I

DEPARTMENT Engineering

SUPERVISOR Chief Engineer

UPDATED  October 2005
 

POSITION PURPOSE To Operate, Maintain and Trouble Shoot HVAC Equipment.  Have a good working knowledge Hotel Engineering; Kitchen Equipment, Plumbing, Pneumatic and Electronic Controls


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Maintain all HVAC and Refrigeration Systems within the Hotel
2. Basic understanding of Plumbing and Piping systems.
3.  Basic understanding of Electricity.
4. Perform daily shift reports.
5.Document all calls in the Engineer's log.
6.Monitor and close out calls through Operator.
7.Follow all OSHA standards and procedures.
8.Maintain interior and exterior of building.
9.Promote excellent guest/associate rapport by reacting promptly, efficiently and courteously to all guests and associate requests.
10.Perform PM on all FF/E.
11.Assist in cost control Heat, Power, Light, Sewer and Water.
12.Troubleshoot, repair and or maintain the following
All building and FF/E
Air conditioning and Refrigeration equipment
Electrical systems
Mechanical equipment, IE motors, starters, pumps, fans, generators and chillers
Plumbing and drains
Pneumatic and electronic systems and controls

13.Ensure appropriate standards of conduct, hygiene, uniforms and appearance are maintained.
14.Represent the hotel with professionalism and decorum.
15.Make recommendations to his/her supervisor regarding improved methods and procedures so as to have a positive impact on guest/associate satisfaction.
16.Attend all required Engineering Department and other meetings.
17.Perform other duties as assigned.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS

1. CFC Certification for Refrigerant handling.
2. Power Engineering Training Program certification.
3. High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
4. Previous engineering experience preferred.
5. Must be able to read and interpret documents such as Lockout Tag Out, MSDS, safety awareness information, maintenance instructions and procedural manuals.
6. Must be able to communicate effectively with guests and associates
7. Must be able to work as an independent mechanic
8. Must be able to analyze problems, identify course of action and implement solutions.
9. Represent the company in a courteous and well-groomed manner.
10. Must be punched in, in uniform and ready for work as scheduled.
11. Must be able to use and understand hand and power tools.
12. Must be able to stand, walk, bend, kneel, lift, grasp, twist and stretch.
13. Must be flexible with a positive attitude.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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