Chief Engineer Job Description
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The Chief Engineer will be responsible for the operation, repair, and maintenance of owner units, common areas, and central systems. The Chief Engineer ensures guest, owner, and staff satisfaction and safety by providing timely responses to maintenance work orders, overseeing preventative maintenance plans, and ensuring courteous interaction and follow-up with owners and guests. This Leader is responsible for maintaining individual residences, public areas, and colleague areas in good physical repair and maintaining an aesthetically pleasing quality. The Chief Engineer will coordinate functions and activities with other department heads, guests, and owners as well as suppliers, contractors, the Board of Directors, and members of the local community as needed.
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The Chief Engineer is responsible for assisting with the operation maintenance service and repair of equipment as assigned. He/she is also responsible for participating in the preventative maintenance program handling guest requests and other work orders as assigned. He/she is also responsible for performing the job safely and efficiently and performing trade jobs such as carpentry, painting, plumbing, etc.
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The Chief Engineer functions as the Strategic Business Leader of the Engineering department. The position has overall responsibility for building and plant maintenance and protection, grounds landscaping and maintenance, guest and associate satisfaction, and the financial performance of the department. The position oversees the development and implementation of departmental strategies and ensures the implementation of the brand service strategy and brand initiatives. The position ensures engineering operations meet the brand’s target customer needs, ensures associate satisfaction, and maximizes the financial performance of the department. As a property manager develops and implements hotel-wide strategies that deliver products and services to meet or exceed the needs and expectations of the brand’s target customers and property associates. Ensures long-term asset protection and effectively manages capital expenditures to maximize the return on investment to the owner and White Lodging.
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The Chief Engineer manages all engineering/maintenance operations, including maintaining the building, grounds, and physical plant with particular attention towards safety, security, and asset protection. Accountable for managing the budget, capital expenditure projects, preventative maintenance, and energy conservation. Responsible for maintaining regulatory requirements. Leads the emergency response team for all facility issues.
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Our Chief Engineer helps keep them that way by working with the brightest minds from around the globe to help test and implement the newest technology and work practices to meet the demands of a changing market. We have a passion for learning and evolving, it’s how we have helped define ourselves as leaders in the industry. Let’s work hard, have fun, and make history!
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The Chief Engineer will install, operate and maintain transmitter RF systems for proper operation within FCC, FAA, Federal, State, local, and university compliance with minimum broadcast interruptions or downtime of WOSU’s 8 broadcast transmitter facilities. Monitors radio engineering budget and may supervise part-time maintenance staff. Advises station and university personnel on technical options available to solve problems or to facilitate new projects. Supports technical and engineering needs in radio and TV engineering as needed. The Chief Engineer will report to the Director of Engineering.
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We are seeking a Chief Engineer for our expanding workforce. Opportunities for career advancement, excellent benefits, and long-term stability are some of the advantages of our growing, employee-focused company.
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The Chief Engineer is responsible for the overall supervision of the engineering department within the facility assigned. These duties include but are not limited to the installation, repair, and maintenance of the facility equipment. The oversight and upkeep of the physical plant, including grounds, utility services, HVAC, plumbing, electrical system, electronic equipment, yard, and pavement upkeep in the best manner possible for the safety and health of all concerned, and coordinate these activities as needed. The Chief Engineer oversees the implementation and documentation of site safety plans and all Able Engineering Services operational standards and guidelines as well as site-specific standards, policies, and procedures relating to the engineering department.
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The ultimate mission of the Chief Engineer will be to lead the Engineering team to drive our guests’ satisfaction by exceeding their expectations. The position is primarily responsible for maintaining the building, grounds, and mechanical equipment with particular attention toward safety, security, and asset protection. In addition, the role is accountable for vendor oversight, departmental budget, and overall property preventative maintenance programs.
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The Chief Engineer is responsible to maintain and supervise the overall maintenance operations for the related buildings associated with the property including, refrigeration, heating, plumbing, heating and cooling plant operations, energy controls and efficiency, etc., maintaining standards as required.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a chief engineer do?
A chief engineer is a high-level technical position responsible for overseeing the technical aspects of a project or operation. The specific duties of a chief engineer can vary depending on the industry or organization, but some common responsibilities include:
Planning and overseeing engineering projects: The chief engineer typically leads the planning and execution of engineering projects, including designing, testing, and implementing new systems, structures, or products.
Managing engineering teams: The chief engineer is responsible for managing and leading teams of engineers, including assigning tasks, setting goals, and providing feedback and guidance.
Ensuring compliance with regulations and standards: The chief engineer must ensure that all engineering projects and operations comply with relevant regulations, safety standards, and quality requirements.
Conducting research and development: The chief engineer may be responsible for researching and developing new technologies or processes to improve existing products or systems.
Collaborating with other departments: The chief engineer must work closely with other departments, such as sales, marketing, and finance, to ensure that engineering projects align with business goals and objectives.
Overall, the chief engineer is a critical technical leader who ensures that engineering projects and operations run smoothly and efficiently while meeting all relevant technical, safety, and regulatory requirements.
What are the skills of a chief engineer?
The skills required for a chief engineer can vary depending on the industry and specific job responsibilities, but some common skills include:
Technical expertise: A chief engineer must have a deep understanding of the technical aspects of their industry and be able to apply that knowledge to solve complex problems.
Leadership and management skills: The chief engineer must be able to lead and manage a team of engineers, including setting goals, providing feedback and guidance, and delegating tasks effectively.
Communication skills: The chief engineer must be able to communicate technical information and complex concepts to a variety of stakeholders, including other engineers, executives, and customers.
Problem-solving skills: The chief engineer must be able to identify and solve technical problems quickly and efficiently, often under tight deadlines.
Project management skills: The chief engineer must be able to plan, execute, and manage engineering projects from start to finish, including developing project timelines, allocating resources, and managing budgets.
Adaptability: The chief engineer must be able to adapt to changing circumstances, such as new technologies, regulations, or market conditions, and adjust their strategies and plans accordingly.
Overall, the chief engineer must possess a combination of technical expertise, leadership skills, and effective communication to successfully manage and oversee complex engineering projects and operations.