The Apprentice Engineer under the direction of the Chief Engineer or their designee, the Apprentice Engineer will be qualified to operate or assist in operating of all scheduled maintenance, safety inspections and repairs to varying types of equipment to include maintaining, monitoring, and performing preventive maintenance and continuous operation of all building systems including: fire/life safety, mechanical (HVAC, plumbing, controls) electrical (lighting, UPS, PDU, generators, primary switch gear), emergency backup systems and hot water systems; monitors operation, adjusts, and maintains refrigeration, chilled water, and air conditioning equipment; boilers, and ventilating and hot water heaters; pumps, valves, piping and filters; other mechanical and electrical equipment; record readings and make adjustments where necessary to ensure proper operation of equipment.
Install and repair plumbing/piping/tubing; wire single and three phase motors (single & two speed); run conduit; pull wiring to machinery, motors, operating parts, etc.; install and rebuild pumps and motors; install and rebuild air compressors; heat exchangers; replace bearings in all types of motors; replace seals on pumps; install and repair piping, valves, filters, hot water systems and associated controls; assist other mechanics and operators with major repairs and maintenance of building and equipment. Install, repair, and maintain electrical controls, switching and motor controls. Operate and maintain critical equipment including UPS systems, generators, chillers and critical air conditioning units.
Comply with departmental policy for the safe storage, usage, and disposal of hazardous materials. Maintains a clean and safe workplace, overseeing the activities of contractors working within the building either as representatives of the building itself or tenants operating within the buildings, keeping records of buildings rounds and readings, all engineering logs and engineering data sheets, understanding and complying with emergency escalation procedures.
Ensure that the CEWA (Critical Facility Work Authorization) is a well-understood process among the building staff, engineers, tenants and contractors who perform work on the building’s critical infrastructure.
Ensure strict adherence to Bank of America’s Critical Awareness Process, Technical Bulletins, established engineering guidelines, processes, and procedures.
Performs additional job duties as requested.