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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Master Electrician - Medium Voltage
Kansas City, MO

Job Summary:

Seeking a Master Electrician with project management experience to work in an owner occupied facility. Candidate must be highly self-motivated and flexible in job assignments. Must be familiar with 13,200v primary distribution systems and 480v through 120v low voltage systems. Familiarity with medium voltage switchgear is required.

 

Key Activities: 

Project Management/Coordination:

Coordinates and provides leadership for all phases of various facilities-related projects performed by coworkers and outside contractors. These may include, but not to be limited to, construction projects involving building structure maintenance, electrical projects, pipefitting-related projects, or installation of new equipment and mechanical systems.  

Preventative Maintenance & Repairs:
Perform routine, emergency, preventive maintenance and operational assignments relating to operation and/or maintenance of medium voltage distribution systems.
Performs highly complex repair and maintenance of various systems and related equipment independently.
Experience with medium voltage switchgear (13,200 volt) and double ended substations (480v) maintenance and service preferred.
Experience with emergency power supply systems (13,200v three phase generators) and associated switchgear.
Experience with automatic transfer switches (480v), uninterrupted power supply (UPS), static transfer switches (STS).
Inspect/monitor/troubleshoot building systems. Includes in-depth knowledge of specialized testing and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical related issues in a commercial or industrial setting.

Customer Service/Work Requests:

Communicates with customer, project manager or facilities support staff, as appropriate, regarding status of project or work requests. Works collaboratively with other trades and design/project management team. 

Training/Guidance:

Provides guidance and training to other technicians and ensures minimal disruptions to daily operations during the facilities-related projects.
Provides guidance to technical staff in other trades on safe electrical work practices.

Contract Development & Management:

Provides input for developing RFPs where significant technical expertise in several areas is necessary.

Budget: 

Collaborates with lead to develop project budgets and estimates.
Some overtime is required when performing or overseeing the performance of preventive and predictive maintenance on electrical distribution equipment and in projects performed for internal customers.
Will primarily work day shift, but may be called upon to work second or third shift, as needed.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • A minimum of six years industry experience with a Master Electrician level - Kansas City Missouri license preferred with experience in commercial and/or industrial electrical work.
  • Strong knowledge of NFPA 70E, electrical safety requirements, including arc flash personal safety requirements.
  • Experience leading project teams, supervising contract work, and developing written work instructions. Experience with project estimating preferred.
  • Good computer skills - proficient with Microsoft Office suite, internet application, email. Proficient at operating all computer equipment associated with assigned equipment or systems. 
  • Possess good writing and critical thinking skills.
  • Must be able to originate instruction documents that can be used by other technicians to perform preventive maintenance or verify electrical system operation.
  • Proficiency with floor plans and line drawings.
  • Understanding of manufacturer's equipment manuals and operational instructions.
  • Ability to multitask and use time efficiently to meet project deadlines.
  • Team member with strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Comfortable working on ladders and lifts.
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. 

Certain eligibility requirements apply.

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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Senior Facilities Technician
Kansas City, MO

Job Summary

Performs facilities-related functions including, but not limited to, repairs and maintenance on various systems, and/or building construction tasks.

Key Activities

•Performs routine repairs to commercial mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (water, steam, and HVAC). Includes inspecting, analyzing, repairing, maintaining, and installing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. 
•Monitoring the operations of automated building management systems for irregularities in temperature or humidity levels to maintain proper environmental conditions throughout the facility and troubleshooting problems and making necessary adjustments or repairs to systems and related equipment.
•Assists senior technicians in all phases of various facilities-related assignments including renovation and maintenance projects.
•Assists in inspecting and/or monitoring automated energy management system and emergency equipment to ensure operating conditions of the facility are at appropriate levels.
Experience with a BMS a definite plus. 
•Will receive work orders and requests and determine requirements, schedule work and identify repair parts and other materials required to complete assignments. 
•Completes miscellaneous ad-hoc tasks, as assigned. 
•There is a chance of minimal travel to trainings and other District offices. In addition, the position will be put into the shift rotation after approximately six to 12 months with the organization. 
 

Qualifications 

•High school diploma or equivalent. Associates degree or equivalent in a technology-related discipline is preferred. 
•Experience in a skilled craft/trade, such as building automation controls, energy management systems. Typically requires at least 3 years of relevant experience.
•Ability to be on-call as required and work 2nd, 3rd and weekend shift depending upon primary area of assignment(s). 
•Ability to multitask and use time efficiently to meet project deadlines. 
•Excellent ability to operate portable power tools (e.g., drills, saws, etc.), table saws, grinders, and non-powered hand tools. 
•Excellent ability to read and properly interpret construction drawings and project plans. 
•Excellent ability to read, understand, and explain manufacturers’ warnings, labels, instructions, and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)Good general computer skills, including but not limited to internet application and Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office.
•Must be able to effectively document changes made to systems, equipment, or the structure and communicate these changes to the appropriate staff and management 
•Strong ability to identify procedural improvements, make suggestions, and assist in implementing changes.
•Excellent attention to detail.
•Excellent project coordination/management skills.  
•Excellent troubleshooting skills.
•Strong customer-service skills.
•Strong initiative and innovative thinking skills.  
•Strong oral and written communication skills. 
•Strong teamwork focus and interpersonal skills.

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Mission Hills Country Club - Maintenance Technician
Mission Hills, KS

Job Description

Mission Hills Country Club prides itself on excellence in every aspect and is looking for a full-time team member to help us maintain our facilities.  The primary role is to complete maintenance repairs throughout the campus as assigned by the Director of Clubhouse Maintenance.  The ideal candidate will enjoy problem solving in several mechanical areas and possess a strong attention to detail.  The position offers good compensation and benefits in a great work environment.

Job details
Job Type:  Full time $20-$25/hour
Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Long-term Disability Insurance
  • 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan with Company match
  • Direct Deposit
  • Paid Time Off
  • Vacation Days
  • Paid Holidays
  • Competitive compensation and earnings potential
  • Complimentary Staff Meals
  • Educational Reimbursement for specified job-related classes


Qualifications
:

  • Experience:
    • General Maintenance Work, 1 year (Preferred)
  • Working knowledge of building maintenance and repairs
  • Education:
    • High school or equivalent (Preferred)
  • License:
    • Driver's License (Required)
  • Work authorization:
    • United States (Required)
  • Regular attendance (punctual and dependable required)
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Excellent time management skills; ability to prioritize work functions
  • Positive, team-oriented attitude


Maintenance Duties:

  • Provides a strong commitment to the service needs of our Members and staff
  • Represents the company in a professional and courteous manner
  • Responds to maintenance needs as directed by Director of Clubhouse Maintenance
  • Assists with preventative maintenance programs
  • Assists with daily care and up keep of swimming pool in the appropriate months
  • Assists with ordering supplies and inventory of supplies
  • Responsible for overall organization and cleanliness of work areas and maintenance shops
  • Shares on-call responsibilities with the maintenance team; responds to emergency requests, as available
  • Assists with snow/ice removal of sidewalks.
  • Any other reasonable duties assigned by Employer


To Apply for This Position, send resume to: Joyce Hess Controller – Mission Hills Country Club -  
[email protected]
Posted 10/12/2020


 

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Senior Technician/Expert - Master Electrician
Kansas City, MO

Job Summary:

Seeking a Master Electrician with project management experience to work in an owner occupied facility. Candidate must be highly self-motivated and flexible in job assignments. Must be familiar with 13,200v primary distribution systems and 480v through 120v low voltage systems. Familiarity with medium voltage switchgear is required.


Key Activities:
 

Project Management/Coordination:

  • Coordinates and provides leadership for all phases of various facilities-related projects performed by coworkers and outside contractors. These may include, but not to be limited to, construction projects involving building structure maintenance, electrical projects, pipefitting-related projects, or installation of new equipment and mechanical systems.  


Preventative Maintenance & Repairs:

  • Perform routine, emergency, preventive maintenance and operational assignments relating to operation and/or maintenance of medium voltage distribution systems.
  • Performs highly complex repair and maintenance of various systems and related equipment independently.
  • Experience with medium voltage switchgear (13,200 volt) and double ended substations (480v) maintenance and service preferred.
  • Experience with emergency power supply systems (13,200v three phase generators) and associated switchgear.
  • Experience with automatic transfer switches (480v), uninterrupted power supply (UPS), static transfer switches (STS).
  • Inspect/monitor/troubleshoot building systems. Includes in-depth knowledge of specialized testing and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical related issues in a commercial or industrial setting.


Customer Service/Work Requests:

  • Communicates with customer, project manager or facilities support staff, as appropriate, regarding status of project or work requests. Works collaboratively with other trades and design/project management team. 

 
Training/Guidance:

  • Provides guidance and training to other technicians and ensures minimal disruptions to daily operations during the facilities-related projects.
  • Provides guidance to technical staff in other trades on safe electrical work practices.

 
Contract Development & Management:

  • Provides input for developing RFPs where significant technical expertise in several areas is necessary.

 
Budget: 

  • Collaborates with lead to develop project budgets and estimates.
  • Some overtime is required when performing or overseeing the performance of preventive and predictive maintenance on electrical distribution equipment and in projects performed for internal customers.

Will primarily work day shift, but may be called upon to work second or third shift, as needed.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • A minimum of six years industry experience with a Master Electrician level - Kansas City Missouri license preferred with experience in commercial and/or industrial electrical work.
  • Strong knowledge of NFPA 70E, electrical safety requirements, including arc flash personal safety requirements.
  • Experience leading project teams, supervising contract work, and developing written work instructions. Experience with project estimating preferred.
  • Good computer skills - proficient with Microsoft Office suite, internet application, email. Proficient at operating all computer equipment associated with assigned equipment or systems. 
  • Possess good writing and critical thinking skills.
  • Must be able to originate instruction documents that can be used by other technicians to perform preventive maintenance or verify electrical system operation.
  • Proficiency with floor plans and line drawings.
  • Understanding of manufacturer's equipment manuals and operational instructions.
  • Ability to multitask and use time efficiently to meet project deadlines.
  • Team member with strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Comfortable working on ladders and lifts.
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. 

Certain eligibility requirements apply.

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RUI Construction - Business Development Professional
Kansas City, KS

Business Development Job Description

We are hiring a Business Development Professional to take the role of establishing new commercial clients in the Kansas City area. To excel in this role you should be an active listener, have a compelling sales personality, and a hunger to chase and close new business relationships. We are a locally owned and operated Insurance Restoration Contractor with over 30 years serving the Kansas City areas emergency service restoration needs.

Business Development Manager Responsibilities:

  • Contacting potential clients to establish rapport and arrange meetings.
  • Planning and overseeing new marketing initiatives.
  • Researching organizations and individuals to find new opportunities.
  • Finding and developing new markets and improving sales.
  • Attending conferences, meetings, and industry events.
  • Introduce potential clients to our team to fulfill any emergency service, reconstruction or remodel project needs they may have.

 

Business Development Manager Qualifications:

  • Strong people skills to create new and improve existing client base.
  • Ability to identify the needs of potential clients and communicate those needs to our team.
  • Friendly, outgoing personality.
  • Clear communicator and excellent listener.
  • Ability to work independently or part of a group.

 

Our firm responds to emergency water, fire, or mold losses and performs commercial mitigation and reconstruction services. In this front-line role, you will primarily build business relationships within the Kansas City area selling a much-needed service!

We prefer to hire someone from the facility management or commercial property management sector. We feel someone with that background will much more easily be able to identify client needs and overcome potential barriers with complex facility issues.

Competitive compensation package to include Medical, Dental 401k, vacations and more

To Apply for This Position, email resume to: Lonnie Kunz [email protected]


 

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Senior Technician - Master Electrician
Kansas City, MO

Job Summary:

Seeking a Master Electrician with project management experience to work in an owner occupied facility. Candidate must be highly self-motivated and flexible in job assignments. Must be familiar with 480 through 120 volt power systems. Familiarity with medium voltage switchgear is preferred.

Key Activities: 

Project Management/Coordination:

  • Coordinates and provides leadership for all phases of various facilities-related projects performed by coworkers and outside contractors. These may include, but not to be limited to, construction projects involving building structure maintenance, electrical projects, pipefitting-related projects, or installation of new equipment and mechanical systems.  

Preventative Maintenance & Repairs:

  • Performs highly complex repair and maintenance of various systems and related equipment independently.
  • Experience with medium voltage switchgear (13,200 volt) and double ended substations (480v) maintenance and service preferred.
  • Experience with emergency power supply systems (13,200v three phase generators) and associated switchgear.
  • Experience with automatic transfer switches (480v), uninterrupted power supply (UPS), static transfer switches (STS).
  • Inspect/monitor/troubleshoot building systems. Includes in-depth knowledge of specialized testing and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical related issues in a commercial or industrial setting.

Customer Service/Work Requests:

  • Communicates with customer, project manager or facilities support staff, as appropriate, regarding status of project or work requests. Works collaboratively with other trades and design/project management team. 

Training/Guidance:

  • Provides guidance and training to other technicians and ensures minimal disruptions to daily operations during the facilities-related projects.
  • Provides guidance to technical staff in other trades on safe electrical work practices.

Contract Development & Management:

  • Provides input for developing RFPs where significant technical expertise in several areas is necessary.

Budget: 

  • Collaborates with lead to develop project budgets and estimates.
  • Some overtime is required when performing or overseeing the performance of preventive and predictive maintenance on electrical distribution equipment and in projects performed for internal customers.

Will primarily work day shift, but may be called upon to work second or third shift, as needed.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • A minimum of six years industry experience with a Master Electrician level - Kansas City Missouri license preferred with experience in commercial and/or industrial electrical work.
  • Strong knowledge of NFPA 70E, electrical safety requirements, including arc flash personal safety requirements.
  • Experience leading project teams, supervising contract work, and developing written work instructions. Experience with project estimating preferred.
  • Good computer skills - proficient with Microsoft Office suite, internet application, email. Proficient at operating all computer equipment associated with assigned equipment or systems. 
  • Possess good writing and critical thinking skills.
  • Must be able to originate instruction documents that can be used by other technicians to perform preventive maintenance or verify electrical system operation.
  • Proficiency with floor plans and line drawings.
  • Understanding of manufacturer's equipment manuals and operational instructions.
  • Ability to multitask and use time efficiently to meet project deadlines.
  • Team member with strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Comfortable working on ladders and lifts.
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. 

Certain eligibility requirements apply.

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We [Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City] are committed to building a diverse workplace, and are continually striving to achieve this goal. As such, we provide equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or genetic information.

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Powell Gardens - Manager, Property & Facilities
Kingsville, MO
1.Position Summary
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Manager, Property & Facilities is responsible for all physical
property maintenance, operations, planning, environmental services, and security operations. As the head
of these important areas, the position will be directly involved in supervising and setting the priorities for
the Maintenance, Custodial, and Security team’s daily responsibilities.
The Manager is responsible for planning, prioritizing, and executing the Facility Management Plan. The
Manager will consider priorities as outlined in the Garden’s strategic plan, input from stakeholders
(internally & externally) and budget considerations. The Manager is a creative problem-solver dedicated to
solutions that use Garden resources in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The Manager, Properties & Facilities will play an important and diplomatic role in the organization,
responsible for developing and maintaining constructive and collaborative relationships with all
departments across the Gardens.

2.Essential Functions

Leadership
 Collaboratively assess and lead in all matters related to the Garden’s physical plant.
 Anticipate challenges in coming years and prepare plans to mitigate
 Working with the Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Horticulture, Chief Executive Officer and
Facilities & Grounds Board Committee, lead the Facility Management Plan. Planning
responsibilities include long range planning, estimating, bidding, priority-setting and execution.
 Think strategically as it relates to deferred, preventative and daily maintenance to ensure that the
Garden’s aesthetic quality and structural integrity is consistent and reliable
 Assure departmental organization and systems reliably sustain facility operations in full compliance
with all regulatory and safety standards.
 Coordinate with any federal, state and local agencies governing the facility’s operation
Budget/Resources
 Oversee the maintenance, custodial and security budgets; manage credit cards, coding, purchase
orders and approvals
 Ensure prior approval through leadership and/or Board per the Signature Authority Guidelines
 Working with the COO and CEO, generate, maintain and assure adherence to budgets and schedules
for all facility services and capital projects
 Ensure respective departments are effectively structured to best serve the Garden’s needs and meet
operational financial objectives
Facilities Maintenance
 Working with the COO, proactively assess the structural integrity and equipment needs of Powell
Garden buildings, structures, grounds and infrastructure
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 Inspect and communicate concerns and needs in a timely manner allowing enough lead time to
manage issues and provide estimates of all related expenses
 Manage preventative maintenance of the Gardens various buildings, structures, grounds and
infrastructure
 Maintain grounds irrigation systems and wastewater treatment system
 Ensure all HVAC, Wastewater Treatment, building control systems, etc… are fully functioning,
compliant and properly maintained and staff is appropriately trained and certified (if required)
Project Management & Execution
 Develop clear priorities, work flow and accountability of staff related to all projects within Manager’s
purview
 Manage and assign all projects through a work order system including a feedback loop to ensure
requests were completed as expected
 Direct and control construction projects to ensure completion according to plans, specifications,
schedules, and budgets
 Ensure service and operations standards with a focus on service, quality, timeliness and budgetary
constraints
 Support special events, festivals, rentals and exhibitions by ensuring adequate staffing in custodial,
maintenance and facility condition
 Collaborate with the Director of Horticulture on pest management, planning and implementation
Equipment and Inventory
 Define and implement necessary protocols, training and follow up related to all Garden equipement,
vehicles and tools holding staff accountable for following the rules to protect the Garden’s resources
 Inventory, track and maintain all tools for the Gardens
 Order and maintain adequate supplies
 Organize and keep all documents related to architecture, infrastructure, mechanical and garden design
in one system for easy access
Custodial
 Create clear schedules for daily, weekly, monthly and annual custodial duties that align with the
Garden’s seasonal focus
 Delegate and monitor cleaning standards in assigned areas
 Support the rentals/special events department needs in the custodial department
Safety/Security
 Co-lead the Safety & Security Commitee with the Director of Horticulture
 Develop and implement safety measures with key department leaders
 Manage the security team including protocols, processes, schedules and follow up
 Oversee the development of all emergency procedures related to property and facility management
 Ensure all Security, Health and Safety incidents are dealt with promptly, and that incident reporting
procedures are implemented and monitored.
 Ensure that the Garden’s facilities are properly secure each night
 Hire, train and supervise security guards.
 Coordinate with all departments and the Powell Gardens calendar to ensure security is scheduled
appropriately for events.
 Maintain and communicate the security guard schedule.
Supervision
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 Manage all staff in the maintenance, custodial and security departments
 Manage all operational vendor relationships as they relate to maintenance, custodial, security,
equipment and vehicles
 Provide annual goals, key performance indicators and metrics to ensure the team clearly understands
their priorities
 Ensure that the team understands the expectations of working at a botanical garden and train them to
„see what the visitor sees“

3. Internal and External Contacts

Supervises:
Supervisor, Maintenance
Electrician
Assistant, Maintenance (2)
Custodians (2.5)
Security Team (4+ )
Internal:
All levels of staff and volunteers
External:
Contractors, Vendors, Visitors

5. Consequence of Error

High standards must be upheld in all areas under this postion. Advocacy and problem-solving are key to
success for this person. Preventive maintenance of facilities, structure and equipment are required to ensure
optimal performance and efficiency. Failure to do so may result in a poor aesthetic environment, loss of
visitor engagement, trust from the community and money and resources.

6. Experience/Education

Education BA/BS or equivalent combination of education and experience in construction,
engineering, general contracting, architecture or related field
Experience 3-5 years’ experience in related field with specific focus on facility and
property management; 3-5 years project management experience; 3-5 years in a
leadership role with the ability to motivate, retain and recruit staff.
Knowledge  Proficient in the use of technology to achieve goals; project management
systems, MicroSoft Office/Excel, communication tools such as email,
etc…
 Ability to create, administer, monitor and report on business plans and
budgets for operations functions.
 Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business documents,
contracts, technical procedures and regulations.
 Capacity to work in a multitasking environment and the ability to be
receptive to changing priorities, well under pressure, excellent time
management, problem solving and analytical skills
 Must be able to calculate and read measurements.
 Ability to read blueprints, specifications other documents related to
construction projects or building maintenance
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 Organizational ability with strong management and supervisory skills;
ability to work with close attention to detail and to maintain
confidentiality.
 Ability to prioritize and execute projects
 Supervisory experience and leadership ability.
 Ability to understand and follow directions; notice small details
 Operate necessary equipment and vehicle.
 Valid driver’s license.
Communications Professional written and oral communication skills.
Public speaking and training as required.
Responsive
Core Competencies Action- Oriented and Nimble Learning
Readily takes action on challenges, without unnecessary planning; identifies
and seizes new opportunities; displays a can-do attitude in good and bad times;
steps up to handle tough issues; learns quickly when facing new situations;
experiments to find new solutions; takes on the challenge of unfamiliar tasks;
extracts lessons learned from failures and mistakes
Drives Results
Has a strong bottom-line orientation – sets aggressive goals and high standards;
persists in accomplishing objectives despite obstacles and setbacks; has a track
record of exceeding goals successfully; pushes self and helps others achieve
results; pursues everything with energy, drive, and the need to finish.
Manages Conflict
Step up to conflicts, seeing them as opportunities; asks questions and listens
closely to all issues presented; finds common ground and drives to consensus,
ensuring that all feel heard; defuses high-tension situations effectively.
Optimizes Work Processes
Designs processes and procedures that allow managing from a distance; seeks
ways to improve processes, from small tweaks to complete reengineering;
separates and combines tasks into efficient and simple workflow; thinks about
the whole system, focuses efforts on continuous improvement; identifies and
seizes opportunities for synergy and integration.
Situational Adaptability and Decision Quality
Picks up on situational cues and adjusts in the moment; readily adapts personal,
interpersonal, and leadership behavior; understands that different situations
may call for different approaches; can act differently depending on the
circumstances: Makes sound decisions, even in the absence of complete
information; relies on a mixture of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgment
when making decisions; considers all relevant factors and uses appropriate
decision-making criteria and principles; recognizes when a quick 80% solution
will suffice

9. Physical Requirements/Work Environment

Must be able to lift 80 lbs; accomplish strenuous work on an ongoing basis in various weather conditions,
including extreme heat and cold; with speed and accuracy; ability to work evenings and weekends as
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required. Work may require occasional long periods of sustained standing. Position requires call availability
as needed.
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To Apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to Susan Vongretzinger at [email protected]




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