Critical Facilities Manager - Riverton, Utah
Company: M. C. Dean, Inc.
Posted on: June 5, 2021
Critical Facilities Manager - Riverton, Utah Location:Riverton,
UT Req. Number:5206 Description DeanFluor is looking for a Critical
Facilities Manager (CFM) to join our operations team in the
Operations & Maintenance (O&M) of a mission critical government
data center. The CFM is accountable for the entire critical
environments safety, risk mitigation, and operations for their
assigned shift. They are responsible for ensuring that all
electrical, mechanical, HVAC, and fire/life safety equipment within
the data center is operating at peak efficiency. The manager serves
as an expert technical resource reporting to the operations
manager, interacting with government support personnel, and any
third party vendors. Critical Facilities Managers job
responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Responsible for managing a rotating shift of qualified, capable,
and trained operators that monitor, control, and update all system
control applications. Responsible for assisting in the development
process of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), operator aids, and
training programs for operators to monitor and control the complex
mechanical, electrical, life safety and building control systems.
Ensure compliance with facility operating procedures, processes,
work rules, national, state, and local safety and operating codes
as well as regulatory compliance. Responsible for assisting the
implementation process and procedures set forth using CMMS (Maximo)
program to schedule, dispatch, track and report MEP field emergency
repair, adjustment, preventive maintenance and warranty activities.
Coordinates with the Operations Manager while on duty to optimize
the performance of monitoring systems to comply with government
energy goals. Supervises all activities during shift and is
responsible for assuring a detailed shift log is maintained. The
log shall be accurate and detailed and used to elevate facilities
events that have impact or the potential to impact the facility.
Responsible for all plant configurations, substation
configurations, and alarm conditions and shall coordinate the
immediately response to investigate and report. Provides formal
reports for events that impact the facility and ensures follow-up
actions and issues are resolved. Reports to the client during
facility planned shutdowns or degraded building conditions. Manages
complex scheduled outages and coordinate impacts with the client.
Routinely briefs management on all facilities issues, world events,
and weather systems that affect or have the potential to affect the
facility. Performs other duties as required. Job Requirements Must
be able to work as needed, including shift work (e.g. nights,
weekends, and holidays). Willing to work overtime as necessary to
complete tasks. Must be available 24/7/365 with exception for
personal time off that will be covered by delegate. A high school
diploma or GED coupled with a minimum of five (5) years of
progressive hands-on experience in an environment with critical
complex equipment with levels of redundancy and efficiency AND a
minimum of five (5) years additional supervisory experience in the
O&M of large complex buildings or mission critical
environments. Strong electrical and HVAC background in areas
including UPS and emergency power systems, chillers and cooling
towers, air handling units Ability to read and comprehend work
orders, equipment/tool manuals, safety manuals, and other printed
and/or written material as it relates to the job Ability to input
basic information into computerized maintenance and time keeping
databases. Ability to work in confined spaces, at elevations, on
ladders, and lift equipment over six feet above the ground. Must
carry a two-way radio when on duty to enable prompt emergency
response. Must possess a valid drivers license and have reliable
transportation to and from the job site. Must conform to all city,
state and federal licensing and certification requirements. Must
comply with all company policies and procedures and adhere to
company standards. Must be a team player committed to working in a
quality environment. Requires excellent verbal, written,
multi-tasking and presentation skills in English. Ability to
organize and prioritize workload with minimal supervision. Must
perform other miscellaneous job-related duties as requested. Must
be able to achieve and maintain security clearance. Desire
Bachelors of Science (BS) degree in mechanical, electrical, or
facilities engineering This position is considered sensitive and
may require extensive background screening processes in order to
meet current or future Network and/or government contract needs.
Applicants and employees may be subject to and/or be required to
meet specific background eligibility requirements in order to apply
and maintain such positions. Abilities Exposure to computer screens
for an extended period of time.
Sitting for extended periods of time.
Reach by extending hands or arms in any direction.
Have finger dexterity in order to manipulate objects with fingers
rather than whole hands or arms, for example, using a keyboard.
Listen to and understand information and ideas presented through
spoken words and sentences.
Communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will
Read and understand information and ideas presented in writing.
Apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that
Identify and understand the speech of another person. EOE
Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/DisabledVEVR A A
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