Job Details Level : Experienced Job Location : Sacred Heart Schools Atherton - Atherton, CA Position Type : Full Time 12 - Month Schedule of Duties Education Level : High School Diploma or GED Salary Range : $36.06 - $50.48 Hourly Job Category : Facilities
Position Summary Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton (SHS) is seeking excellent candidates for a Building Engineer at the Preparatory.
Founded in 1898, SHS is a Roman Catholic, coeducational, independent school and is comprised of four divisions: SHS Preschool and Kindergarten, SHS Lower and Middle Schools for grades one through eight, and Sacred Heart Preparatory for grades nine through twelve.
Located on a beautiful 64?acre campus in the San Francisco Bay Area, SHS is one of 23 schools in the U.S. Network of Sacred Heart Schools and is affiliated with a network of over 200 Sacred Heart schools worldwide. The school's mission is to educate the whole child to be a leader who loves God and serves others. For more information about the schools, please visit our website: https://www.shschools.org/about/overview
*We offer competitive compensation based on years of experience, education, and skill level. This position offers health and welfare benefits subject to plan parameters, including medical, dental, vision, Life & LTD, 403(b) retirement plan, and more.
Position Purpose: The Building Engineer will be responsible for the day-to- day maintenance and upkeep of all building systems including HVAC, plumbing, basic electric, door repairs, etc. His/her primary responsibilities will focus on providing expertise to ensure campus building safety and best practices to ensure all systems are functioning as designed to assure proper environment and energy usage. The position is also responsible for ensuring legal compliance with applicable laws and regulations related to building functionality. Assists Facilities Manager in all operations initiatives and overall workflow process and oversight.
Manages preventative maintenance schedules and works to ensure proper operation of BMS, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, elevators, and all other building systems including but not limited to electrical troubleshooting, proper door operations, water testing, etc.
Responsible for the flow of work orders for a variety of operations functions, equipment repairs, and general maintenance.
Provide scope of work and estimates of time and materials effectively and order necessary materials for repair completion.
Works with approved vendors to diagnose needs and obtain proposals for required work.
Works with maintenance staff to establish, maintain and perform periodic operational testing schedules for critical systems and equipment as identified in manufacturers' equipment specifications.
Other duties as assigned.
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
Must provide a copy of a valid CA Driver's license upon request and be able to drive School owned or rented vehicles.
At least five years of similar experience in facilities, and operations engineering work.
Ability to work independently and as a team player with a strong customer service orientation.
Proficiency with computers and business applications such as Microsoft Office & Google suites.
Must be computer literate and demonstrate the ability to learn operations maintenance software in order to complete records on repairs and maintenance upon finalization of work orders.
Develop competence and knowledge of tools and equipment used in facility maintenance including LEED buildings. Knowledgeable in building management system (BMS).
Experience with or capable of learning work order management/operations software.
Demonstrates strong communication skills.
Ability to read and analyze technical procedures/manuals, professional journals, and government regulations.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from staff, administrators, and faculty.
Functional literacy ability reading, writing, and speaking in English. Spanish as a second language is desired but not required.
Ability to work well with PK-12 students and with adult colleagues; willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the SHS community. Commitment to equity and inclusion.
Completion of College or Technical School HVAC Certificates and possess an EPA 608 refrigeration certificate or being able to meet these requirements within the first year.
Knowledge and understanding of blueprints and possess the ability to read and interpret these documents.
Completion of Building Operator Certificate Level I or BOMI Systems Maintenance Technician Program preferred.
Strong preference for Building Operator Certification Level II or BOMI Systems Maintenance Administrator Program.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
Works in a fast-moving and dynamic environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines, and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
Must comply with all state vaccination requirements and show proof of vaccination including but not limited to COVID-19 or proof of eligibility for exemption.
Must be able to regularly travel safely and comfortably across the 64-acre campus.
View and operate a computer, smartphone, and other mobile devices. Must be able to talk and hear to communicate effectively with the school population.
Exposed to a combination of environments, outdoors, within and upon buildings, and shop environments.
Must be able to comfortably and safely climb, bend, pull, reach, kneel, stoop and see for near and far work.
Must be able to safely lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.
Salary: Please note that if there is a salary estimate listed for this position, it is being automatically generated from the career website and may not be an accurate reflection on the salary for this position. However, we offer competitive compensation based on years of experience and skills level. This position offers health and welfare benefits subject to plan parameters, including medical, dental, vision, Life & LTD, 403(b) retirement plan and more.
For more than a century, Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton (SHS) has carried out the mission of our founder St. Madeleine Sophie Barat—educating generations of students toward meaningful lives, characterized by active leadership, clear purpose, and compassionate service. From preschool through high school, our SHS curriculum emphasizes development of the "whole child," integrating faith and reason to guide self-discovery and character formation, contextualize intellectual, artistic, and athletic pursuits, and instill an active awareness and drive for social justice.
Today, SHS is a vibrant, thriving, and dynamic institution, committed to the teachings of a Christ-centered community, in which the unique needs of each student are nurtured by a world-class faculty and staff. The diversity of our Sacred Heart community reflects the San Francisco Bay Area and provides a rich environment in which young people learn to appreciate the value of human differences. Above all, our rigorous, mission-driven curricular and co-curricular programs challenge students to think critically, to be bold in service to others, to capitalize on their strengths, and to acknowledge and address realistic limit...ations. These are the hallmarks of the SHS experience, and the core of our Sacred Heart spirit. Welcome.