Critical Facility Technician 4 – M.C. Dean, Inc. – Cheyenne, WY
M.C. Dean is Building Intelligence™. We design, build, operate, and maintain cyber-physical solutions for the nation’s most recognizable mission-critical facilities, secure environments, complex infrastructure, and global enterprises.
Our success relies on great people delivering innovative projects and solutions for Fortune 100 companies and the most recognized agencies in government, defense, and security.
Join our more than 4,500 employees worldwide who engineer and deploy automated, secure, and resilient power and technology systems; and deliver the management platforms essential for long-term system sustainability. Together we are creating the integrated systems and technologies that shape the built and cyber-physical world.
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
- A competitive salary
- Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
- Paid-time off
- Tuition reimbursement
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Military Reserve pay offset
- Paid maternity leave
Critical Environment Technician 4
- Requires a high school diploma or equivalent, and possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
- 10+ years of experience with a high school diploma or GED.
- Requires meeting all requirements of CET1. Mechanical and/or electrical OEM factory specific training or experience preferred. Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
- Ability to transfer knowledge and train other technicians.
- Utilizes safe working practices; can apply lockout/tagout, SDS, applies good housekeeping methods, etc. Ability to type and utilize common administrative and office software.
- Ability to read and interpret wiring diagrams, blueprints, floor plans, construction documents, safety requirements, OEM operating and maintenance instructions, job specifications, and MOP’s.
- Must be able to troubleshoot advanced electrical circuits.
- Ability to use hand tools and test equipment to install, troubleshoot, and repair new or replacement parts for existing units covered under CET3 classified procedures, according to specifications and established safety guidelines, relying on MOPs, manufactuer’s literature, and industry best practices to perform tasks under supervision, and ensures activites are logged in CMMS.
- When necessary, perform daily walk-through of facility documenting parameters such as power availability, temperature and humidity, alarm status, etc. to be catalogued and compared for identification of discrepancies and trends. Monitor and make necessary changes to site BAS, following site MOP’s & SOP’s.
- Capable of implementing all site-specific processes and procedures such as procedure creation and review standards, procedure instructions and templates, reporting an incident or outage, procedure execution, PM standards, CMMS standards and policy, work order and notification, as well as the use of Sharepoint to access CE procedures and training content.
- Understand the sequence of operations, how a failure of a piece of critical equipment impact other systems, and have a holistic view of the critical environment infrastructure and ability to comprehend the effect of any actions on a piece of critical equipment or systems, including: MV/LV Distribution Boards, MV/LV Breakers, UPS, Generator, Batteries, STS, ATS, AHU, DX units, Chillers, Evap Washer Systems, CRAC Units, Fuel Systems, ASCO Systems, BMS System, EPMS System, and Fire Alarm System.
- Conversant of the ASCO system sequence of operation and fire alarm system cause and effect matrix.
- Understand how to action all site primary and secondary EOP’s, focusing on mastering the operator role during an emergency response. Capable of leading drills associated with the site primary and secondary EOP’s.
- Organize safe maintenance principles for regulating and scheduling planned and unplanned activities, as well as establish and meet deadlines for work/projects. Interprets building codes and local and federal regulations as they relate to installations, and applies them as required by the site.
- Maintain maintenance records as required by City, State, and EPA regulations.
- Coordinate and oversee all critical environment vendors during maintenance, emergency, and break/fix events to ensure personnel safety and maintain power to the critical load.
- Perform periodic technical and quality reviews of all MOPs and SOPs to ensure that the most “up-to-date” techniques and safety guidelines are utilized.
- Collect and generate internal and vendor field service reports describing all activities (preventive maintenance, repairs, etc.) performed at the facility; reviews all reports prior to submission to end user.
- Render assistance in administration and regulation of the duties of CET1/2. Conduct training with CET1/2 and other staff personnel on electrical equipment/system for maintenance, repairs and operation.
- If applicable to the role, perform maintenance, repair, and operation tasks of utility equipment, solar PV equipment, and/or Cogen equipment, and/or disables/enables fire alarm systems; and set up and operate electrical data capturing devices (Dranetz, Fluke PQA, etc.).
- Understands and has mastered all types of mechanical and electrical systems and how each component within the system operates in conjunction with the other components and how that impacts the overall operations of the system as a whole.
- Lifts at least 100 pounds at one time and 60 pounds for an extended period of time.
- Relocates a 12 foot stepladder without assistance.
- Works at various heights up to 60 feet and can climb and maintain balance on scaffolds, aerial lifts, catwalks and all types of ladders.
- Walks, climbs, lifts, squats, crawls, kneels, pushes, pulls and reaches overhead on a routine and repetitive basis.
- Possess good vision (may be corrected vision), the ability to see in color, and the ability to hear and communicate in English.
- May use a standard ladder without exceeding the weight limit while carrying tools.
- Tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem.
- Apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense.
- Combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (including finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events).
- See details at close range (within a few feet of the observer).
- Listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences
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