General Maintenance Mechanic - #7935651
NVE, Inc. (NVE) is a Woman Owned Small Business that has been in business since 2003. Our lines of business include Integrated Facility Services, Administrative Support Services, and Security. NVE has developed an excellent reputation with our Federal and Commercial clientele for our technical expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction.
NVE, Inc. provides Program Management, Administrative Services, Engineering, Facilities Management, and Security services to a range of Federal and local agencies including the US Department of State, US Agency for International Development (USAID), Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), US Army, General Services Administration (GSA), US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), US Geological Survey (USGS), Department of Commerce, and Virginia Railway Express (VRE).
Active T/S Clearance Mandatory - no exceptions.
Performs various general building maintenance functions in a variety of skilled and semi-skilled craft trades to support carpentry, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, HVAC and other facility support task. Has the ability to plan, lay-out and complete installations, modifications, and repairs, in addition to being responsible for instructing other personnel in general mechanic positions.
Major Duties: Minor building maintenance tasks which must be performed to proficiency are listed herein by example, but they are not limited to the following:
• Makes minor adjustment and re-pairs to HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and sewage systems; architectural and structural building components; interior and exterior entrance doors; all door locks, windows, floors systems, roof systems, roof gutters, downspouts, window and floor coverings. • Performs minor painting chores consistent with preventive maintenance functions and minor repairs.• Performs minor preventive maintenance functions which include but are not limited to: Changing filters; cleaning cooling towers, heating and cooling coils; cleaning floor drains, grease traps, roof gutters, down-spouts; and changing fluorescent tubes and other light bulbs where needed. • Performs miscellaneous functions which include but are not limited to: remove and install signs and picture frames; assist in relocating furniture and computers; and performs other similar duties. • Generate equipment Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Methods of Procedures (MOP) for Maintenance and Operations of facility equipment, as needed. • Support other building operations as needed. Building tours, operating generators.
Candidate must be available for shift work and weekends.
Capable with basic office equipment to include cell phone, telephone, fax and copy scanner. Ability to read Architectural and Manufacturing blueprints and generate design concepts using available tools. Must have basic computer knowledge and skilled with Microsoft Office products to include Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Visio and PowerPoint.
Functional knowledge of Building Automation Systems and Honeywell monitoring controls. Experience working with enterprise asset management software, specifically Maximo, desirable.
Must have practical working experience with a variety of different skilled craft trades and be able to understand written and oral instructions to perform the required work. Must have a basic knowledge of each craft trade which performs the individual functions for building operations, repairs, and preventive maintenance activities. These include electricity, HVAC, carpentry, plumbing, and communication systems. Must demonstrate ability to work alone and as a team, including taking guidance from management and the Lead HVAC, Lead Electrical and Building Engineer. Physical Effort and Working Conditions:
Have the ability to make repairs and installation from ladders, scaffolding, and platforms. Works with systems and equipment in hard to reach places requiring standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, climbing and working in tight and uncomfortable positions. The incumbent frequently lifts, carries, and sets up equipment that weighs up to 20 pounds. Occasionally, may lift and carry items that weigh over 80 pounds.
The work is done inside and outside, and is usually dirty, dusty and greasy. Sometimes may be required to make installations and repairs when bad smelling fumes are present. There is frequent exposure to uncomfortable heat conditions and to the possibility of strains, cuts, scrapes, bruises burns and infections. Welding involves exposure to flying sparks, glare of torches and heated materials. Requirements: Union Member: Be a Union member or willing to join IUOE, Local 99-99A Security Clearance: Active Top Secret (Must be maintained for employment)
Experience: 5 years proven work experience Professional Licenses and certifications: Desired: First AID and CPR Certification OSHA 30
Active T/S Clearance Mandatory - no exceptions.