U.S. Embassy is seeking for an Engineer to lead a team of skilled tradespersons responsible for maintaining all of the New Embassy Compound/ New Consulate Compound (NEC/NCC) operating systems. Included among these are the Mechanical and Electrical Systems, Building Automation System (BAS), Chiller Plant, Air Handling Units, VAV System, Potable Water, Sanitary Sewage, Storm Sewage, Oil Water Separator Systems, Fuel Delivery, Distribution, and Fuel Monitoring Systems, and the Fire Alarm and Fire Suppression Systems; Electrical Power Generation and Distribution Systems; Voltage Regulators; Transformers; Switchgear; Panel boards, Automatic Transfer Switches; Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) motors and controllers; and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems. Additional responsibilities include supervision of the custodial and grounds maintenance staff, and overseeing an aggressive recycling and energy conservation program.
- Bachelor of Science degree, or equivalent, in Mechanical, Electrical, General or Civil Engineering from an accredited university program;
- At least 5 years of experience working as a Project Manager, Supervisor or Foreman at a manufacturing plant, major resort, hospital, office complex, or a large university/ school system managing a preventative maintenance program that incorporates or utilizes a CMMS to track scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requests and their related expenses;
- At least 1 year of experience in management and supervisory duties.
About Embassy of U.S.A in Armenia
As part of the Mission, the U.S. Embassy is responsible for maintaining day-to-day relations between the U.S. and Armenian governments, and for providing consular services to both Armenian and American citizens.