Fujitsu Facilities Maintenance Technician III in Richardson, Texas
About Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc., is a trusted partner to a broad spectrum of customers across all industries, enabling them to realize the maximum value from their communications networks. We are a market-leading U.S.-based manufacturer of network equipment and a top U.S. patent holder in optical networking. Our solutions combine the best wireline, wireless, and software technology with extensive multivendor services expertise to deliver custom, end-to-end network integration and management solutions. For more information, please see http://us.fujitsu.com/telecom , connect with us on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/fujitsu-network-communications ,and follow us on Twitter @FujitsuFNC at https://twitter.com/fujitsufnc .
Req ID: [[id]]
Performs a range of routine maintenance and repair work as a skilled mechanic in support of facility related operations on and around the Fujitsu campus. Qualified candidates should be a trade school graduate in building automation systems/HVAC with a GED or High School Diploma, preferably 10-20 plus years of experience in the industrial/commercial maintenance field, the ability to read blueprints and schematics, and have other general mechanical and electrical work experience. Candidates should also have a high aptitude for HVAC troubleshooting and good preventive maintenance scheduling skills.
Duties include maintaining chilled water rooftop air handlers and associated digital and pneumatic controlled forced air systems. This includes monitoring and maintaining all heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, performing repairs, and general and preventive maintenance on large capacity centrifugal chillers, pumps, refrigeration systems, and electrical/mechanical controls. Job requires general knowledge of mechanical services distribution systems related to compressed air, nitrogen, steam, hot water production, and condensate, operating and maintaining the boiler/chiller/electrical systems; including operating and maintaining steam distribution system, monitoring condensate line chemical feeds, general knowledge in adjusting and conditioning boiler feedwater makeup, and boiler PM scheduling.
RESPONSIBILITIES: (Having knowledge of these systems are a plus)
Use manual or automated controls (Johnson Controls Metasys/Trane Tracer) to place in or out of service all auxiliary equipment in proper sequence to start or shutdown equipment;
Properly record daily plant operational metrics such as hourly readings on chillers, boilers, cooling towers, motors, gauges, indicators, thermometers, etc., on plant log sheets or online database;
Maintain HVAC, boilers and machinery (e.g. electrical system, mechanical valves, heat exchangers, pumps, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring equipment is in safe and efficient operating condition;
Performs skilled pipe and steam fitting duties for the purpose of maintaining boiler heating and humidification systems;
Maintain chilled water rooftop air handlers and associated digital and pneumatic controlled forced air systems (VAVs, FMBs, FCUs);
Maintain campus general building exhaust systems and Manufacturing Floor exhaust systems;
Provide analytic/diagnostic services and/or use higher level technical skills which noticeably affect work results, specifically as it relates to HVAC and Electrical PM. Analyze system or component failures and recommend proper corrective actions;
Operate, control, and adjust manual and automatic controls on individual boiler control boards to increase or decrease feed water to boilers for the maintenance of proper and safe water levels in boiler drums;
Place boilers in and out of service as instructed or as necessary by malfunctioning equipment and/or fluctuating humidity or heating requirements;
Responsible for both natural gas fired and steam fired hot water production and equipment maintenance;
Maintain sufficient repair parts inventory for long lead items;
Fill out paperwork including but not limited to in-house work orders (Facilities Service Requests), inventory, and preventive maintenance forms;
Review design documents and evaluate compliance to standards and specifications. Conduct job-site inspections to determine compliance to standards and codes and conduct training sessions for other personnel in any HVAC related topic; perform on the job task organization including task organization, safety and quality control;
Overall responsibility for the maintenance and repair of building system infrastructure, including upkeep of buildings, grounds, equipment and central plant mechanical and electrical systems. Supports crew leads to troubleshoot equipment and helps with startup and trouble alarms;
Executes all assigned maintenance work, including preventive maintenance, routine maintenance, and urgent work assignments. Work will include periodic assistance with outdoor cooling tower repair and maintenance, electrical or general mechanical repairs, carpentry work, welding, and facilities’ equipment repairs;
May be responsible for assigned project work within the implementation of capital projects. Listed duties are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities required of personnel so classified;
May be responsible for identifying problem areas on all roofs and air handlers related to rainwater leaks and other weathering;
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned;
Responsible for company tools and equipment;
ISO 14001 compliance in conjunction with the plant Environmental Engineer as directed;
Responsible for ensuring daily compliance with all plant, Corporate, OSHA, EPA, safety, and health policies;
May be called upon to act as a first responder in facilities emergencies;
Occasional overtime is required. Good mannerly customer service skills required;
Evaluated on: Organizational skills, productivity/efficiency, problem solving skills, attitude, attendance, cooperation/teamwork, and other factors.
Report all accidents and unsafe conditions promptly;
Follow all plant/building safety rules and procedures;
Follow all Lockout/Tagout Procedures; Energy Isolation;
Wear all required personal protective equipment;
Attend all scheduled safety programs as directed;
Maintain a safety awareness attitude in daily performance of assigned tasks.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Qualified candidates should be a trade school graduate in HVAC or an electrical background a plus with a GED or High School Diploma, preferably 10 plus years of experience in the industrial/commercial maintenance field, the ability to read blueprints and schematics, and have other general mechanical and electrical work experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
HVAC maintenance, electrical maintenance, mechanical troubleshooting, controls diagnostics, and repair skills;
Ability to troubleshoot and repair major HVAC problems, and to perform and plan routine mechanical installations;
Demonstrate mechanical and electrical aptitude of equipment and how to properly maintain chillers, boilers and associated auxiliary equipment;
Knowledge of on site water softening equipment and how to properly maintain the assigned equipment;
Knowledge of the use of tools to operate and maintain facilities equipment and machinery;
Ability to understand and execute written and oral instructions and relay instructions to others as needed;
Sufficient physical strength, ability, dexterity, vision and hearing to perform all the work of this position;
Ability to communicate effectively with supervisor, other operators and plant personnel;
Must demonstrate initiative and be able to work with little supervision
Must be able to identify potential safety hazards, including unsafe boileroperation and take immediate action to correct the hazard and report the situation to supervisory personnel on site;
Must be willing to maintain plant and equipment in a safe, clean and serviceable condition;
Knowledge of facility maintenance; including:
Basic carpentry and painting skills;
Custodial skills / Landscaping skills;
Roofing and roof repair skills;
Telecom/Datacom cabling skills.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises. This position requires significant and extended periods of physical activity. Applied physical work is the primary part (more than 80%) of the job.
Physical requirements for all maintenance positions:
Heavy, exertion and physical work for extended time periods including heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling required of objects up to 50 pounds or more over long distances.
Climbing tall, steep ladders and mechanical staircases while carrying heavy tools and equipment.
Walking long distances carrying tools for long periods up to a full shift, and pushing carts, such as while mowing, operating an edger, operating a backpack blower, delivering equipment, and other tasks as assigned.
Must have a full range of normal body motion and movement in order to be able to access building equipment and services in locations that are very difficult to access. Spaces, such as crawl spaces, manholes, rooftops, mechanical rooms, and plumbing chases. Access to these spaces will require bending, kneeling, climbing, stooping, stretching, twisting, running, lifting, hammering, crawling, dragging, pulling, pushing, rolling, and other strenuous activities in small spaces.
Must be able to work strenuously in difficult and extreme temperature conditions for extended periods of time, such as the boiler room, outdoors in direct sunlight in ambient temperatures of 105 degrees F, unloading freight trucks with interior temperatures of approx. 130 degrees F, de-icing crew duty with temperatures of approx. 10 degrees F, and working outdoors in the rain.
Must be able to work in areas with unpleasant odors, such as grease trap odors, and sewage odors.
Must be able to work in areas that are continuously wet, and the individual will get we while servicing, such as plumbing repairs, sprinkle repairs and setup.
Must be able to work with up to 30 lbs of tools and equipment with arms extended over head for long periods of time. In such activities as installing conduit, pulling wire, changing ballasts, and drilling overhead.
Must be able to see well enough to read small gauges and small font schematics in dimly light areas and when partially obscured by dirt and debris and be able read the same type of information in full sunlight.
Must be able to hear well enough to understand emergency verbal communications, hear warning bells, whistles and sirens in noisy environments like mechanical rooms.
Must be able to hear well enough to respond to noisy bearings, squeaky belts, and to be able to tell if equipment is operating or not.
Must be able to talk well enough and loud enough to communicate emergency information. Such as gauge readings, “Fire”, “Help”, “Over Here”.
Work environment may involve potential exposure to dangerous materials and situations that require following extensive safety precautions and may include the use of protective equipment and/or respirators. Must be in good physical condition in order to become respirator certified to utilize respirators.
Must be readily and safely able to fit into and through a 20-inch diameter manhole, and a 20-inch square mechanical hatch.
While carrying 50 lbs of tools, parts, equipment and/or safety equipment, individual must be able to safely utilize ladders, personnel lifts, stairways, fall protection equipment, and other types of equipment that have a maximum total weight capacity of 300 lbs.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.