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Corporate Engineer

College Park, MD

Corporate Engineers maintain systems and perform preventative maintenance for corporate buildings. Maintenance to include boilers, heaters, plumbing, electrical issues etc.


  • Assume operational responsibility for multiple boiler and/or mechanical facilities on multiple apartment home and/or commercial communities
  • Ensure uninterrupted service of domestic hot and cold water; major plumbing, electrical, HVAC, emergency, and fire/safety systems; heat and air conditioning for the public safety and comfort of our residents and fellow team members
  • Coordinate contractor repairs by procuring and submitting proposals, and scheduling with supervisor, property manager and service manager
  • Create and maintain a current inventory of each physical plant and mechanical room equipment indicating type, make, model and serial numbers and extent of servicing
  • Demonstrates the ability to multi-task, with good organizational skills, overseeing multiple properties and systems of varying design and application
  • Demonstrate the ability to recognize, establish and deal with priorities promptly, and, as much as possible, plan ahead for emergencies
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Manager and/or Supervisor
  • Contribute to team/company engagement efforts


  • Mathematical ability to perform necessary calculations for the repair or installation of equipment
  • Reads blueprints, specifications and technical manuals, and has a thorough knowledge of hand and power tools, precision measuring and testing instruments
  • Knowledge of hazardous materials handling according to proper policy guidelines
  • Demonstrates a general working knowledge of boilers, chillers, pumps, heat exchangers, gages, heating/cooling units, refrigeration and ventilation equipment, plumbing fixtures and appurtenances, and total systems such as: plumbing, HVAC, two and four-pipe heating/cooling and steam distribution
  • Demonstrates the ability to repair or replace all piping (water or steam), plumbing fixtures and appurtenances or other maintenance requirements
  • Knowledge of occupational and hazardous materials and understanding of the necessary safety precautions applicable to the position
  • Has a working knowledge of water treatment equipment, their use, and to add chemicals to maintain proper limits to prevent deposits and protect physical assets
  • Knowledge of central heating, air conditioning and plumbing systems
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must obtain and maintain all federal, state and local licensure as required by law, the minimum being a 3rd grade stationary engineer's license
  • Universal Refrigerant Certification

Req Benefits: Your wages are only part of the employment equation. Benefits add significant dollars to your total compensation package and greatly improve your quality of life. Southern offers one of the best benefits packages in the industry. Southern provides: * A choice of Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for you, your spouse and/or eligible children at a remarkably low cost * Company paid Group Term Life and AD&D Insurances * Traditional and ROTH 401(k) with Company contribution * Paid holidays, paid time off, pay for bereavement/funereal leave and jury duty * Continuing Education You can customize your package to include: Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Long Term Care for an additional cost, at a reduced rate. Benefit eligibility is dependent on Team Member Status. All benefits are subject to change or cancellation at any time.

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