The incumbent carries out skilled maintenance and repair work to mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems throughout the Consulate office building, grounds and residential owned/leased properties in Amsterdam. S/he responds to scheduled, unscheduled and preventative maintenance work order generated by the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), and/or receives verbal requests for maintenance and repairs. Incumbent ascertains necessary information to determine whether the work is of a routine or emergency nature. The incumbent reports to the Building Engineer Supervisor located at the Embassy in The Hague. The incumbent is responsible for the safe and reliable operations of the U.S. Consulate General in Amsterdam. The 20,000 square foot facility is over one hundred years old and is recognized as a national historic landmark (rijksmonument) by the host government. The position requires a broad knowledge of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems. The incumbent will ensure that servicing and repairs are per manufacturer's guidance, meet International Building Code standards, and that equipment is functioning at peak efficiency; will incorporate safe work practice including lock-out/tag-out procedures. The incumbent is self-directed and must be able to evaluate competing priorities for time and resources.
- Keywords: Onderhoud gebouwen, Technisch Onderhoud gebouwen, Service en Onderhoud gebouwen