Building Engineer 31 views
Minimum Trade Level:
Chief Building Engineer
Payroll Classification: Salaried, Exempt
Starting Annual Salary Range $55,172-59,901.50
Priority Filing Date:
September 31, 2017
Under the supervision of the ASI Chief Building Engineer
and/or Lead Building Engineer, the Building Engineer operates, maintains, services, installs, troubleshoots, repairs, and
inspects a full range of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration,
mechanical, and related building systems and components throughout the ASI
properties including the Titan Student Union, Student Recreation Center and
Children’s Center, providing a safe, comfortable, well-serviced environment for
the campus to conduct educational, social, recreational and other
extra-curricular activities for the university community. Building systems
include mechanical equipment and components related to the Central Plant, Fire
Life Safety systems, alarms, etc.; building equipment and mechanical systems
(automated doors, plumbing systems, pumps, lighting, kitchen systems, swimming
pool mechanical systems, etc.); and other functional elements within these
facilities (doors, walls, ceilings, flooring, roofs, windows, stairwells,
etc.). As well as fitness equipment repairs and maintenance at the SRC
(Treadmills, elliptical, AMT, Spin Bikes, Universal Machines, Squat racks,
Duties and Responsibilities:
troubleshoot, repair, and maintain a variety of building electrical, plumbing,
and mechanical systems.
Chief Building Engineer and Lead Building Engineer in making minor adjustments
to the energy management system in order to troubleshoot comfort issues or
maintain, and operate the facilities satellite central plant, including
centrifugal chillers, boilers, cooling towers, and all support systems and
scheduled maintenance service on systems and equipment.
routine inspections of various mechanical, electrical, lighting, and related
building systems reporting and correcting deficiencies discovered.
minor construction to include simple furniture maintenance and repair, office
modifications, demolition, installation and repair of interior walls, and
installations and repairs in compliance with established electrical and
building codes, professional installation standards, and CAL OSHA requirements.
waste materials (refrigerants, lamps, oils, paints, e-waste, etc.) are stored
and disposed of consistent with the expectations and requirements of the campus
Environmental Health and Safety Office.
installations, repairs and maintenance are performed with quality and meets
health and safety, as well as environmental protection, requirements.
for informing the Chief Building Engineer and/or Lead building Engineer of
parts, supplies, and equipment needed to perform job duties.
strict adherence to safety procedures. Participates in departmental safety
a safe and clean working environment, including work area, shop, storage areas,
and office spaces.
company vehicle if needed or directed by the Chief Building Engineer for ASI
an ASI issued 2 way radio at all times and responds when called upon.
in any emergency response efforts and is part of the Building Marshal Program.
other duties as assigned
and/or Work Experience Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent. At least 5 years of
general building maintenance experience is required. General knowledge of
energy management systems is preferred. Completion of specialized building
maintenance related training is highly desirable.
verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external
computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook).
Must be able to work under pressure and meet
deadlines while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary
Ability to work independently and to carry out
assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed
routines, and standard accepted practices.
High school diploma or GED required.
Typical Working Conditions:
Work is performed in offices,
outdoors, and equipment room environments; exposure to direct heat, asbestos,
and toxic substances; exposure to HVAC, electrical and mechanical equipment;
contact with staff, vending outside contractors, and the campus community.
Typical Physical Requirements:
Stand and walk for extended periods; reach for tools
and supplies; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs with a safety back
harness; manual dexterity and eye-hand coordinating; corrected hearing and
vision to normal range; verbal communication, use of power tools, stoop, kneel,
crouch, crawl, and climb.
Must be able to pass a
pre-employment urine drug test.
Employment will be contingent on a satisfactory employment history
investigation. First Aid and CPR
Certification within six (6) months of employment. Subject to DMV Pull program requiring valid
driver’s license, current auto insurance be on file at all times and must meet
CSURMA driving standards. May be
required to drive occasionally as needed. May be required to use personal phone
for business related activities.
Apply online at Associated Students Employment Opportunities web
page located at http://asi.fullerton.edu/employmentOpportunities.asp.
Resume required. If you need additional information or
assistance please contact:
Associated Students, CSUF, Inc.
Human Resources – Titan Student Union
800 N. State College Blvd. TSU 227
Fullerton, CA 92831