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The coordinator reports directly to the Facility Manager within the corporate frame work and is responsible to assist to inventory all of the electro-mechanical contracts for the firm.
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Be familiar with the equipment inventory files contained in the main database.
Conduct an inventory of all categories of mechanical and electrical components.
Take pictures of all components and classify according to agreed on classifications.
Ability to assess the status of components based on established criteria.
Assist in the preparation of reports for the Facility Manager within the deadlines.
Manage electronic and hard copy filing systems.
Respond the the field staff’s daily requirements.
Provide administrative support for the field maintenance staff.
Ensure all work orders are completed, run reports, perform follow ups and identify work order deficiencies.
Assist technical support team in delivery of any special needs.
Minimum of college diploma.
Good working knowledge of mechanical and electrical training.
Knowledge of MicroSoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, Power Point.
Strong interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication.
Ability to both work as a team member and also be independent/
Be able to multitask when required.
Experience working with an equipment database.
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