Job Details

City:
Phnom Penh
Job Location:
Cambodia
Contract Type:
Full time, Contract
Job category:
Maintenance / Repair

Company Details

Company industry:
Real Estate / Property
No. of Employees:
51-100

Preferred Candidate

Career level:
Experienced (non-manager)
Degree:
Bachelor's degree
Minimum years of experience:
2-5 years

Professional Skills

Mechanical Engineering or any related Engineering degree of any discipline.

Language Skills

English and Khmer

Job Description

The Maintenance Engineer is responsible for the overall maintenance and servicing of the assigned site/facility. He/She shall be the main liaison for contractors and end users for rectification or maintenance works whenever required and shall be responsible for delivering all site related services and maintenance with good quality and timeliness.

The Maintenance Engineer is accountable for the following tasks:

  1. Responsible for successful execution of HVAC, MEP works and activities after site hand over.
  2. In charge of troubleshooting and maintaining all kinds of Mechanical, Electrical equipments and systems, plumbing, electrical, low current systems, generators, BMS and other MEP equipments.
  3. To complete project management, supervision and maintenance MEP Maintenance Contracts for mixed use developments.
  4. Coordinate maintenance works within the office, site and infrastructures.
  5. Liaise with 3rd party Vendors and contractors for rectification or ad-hoc jobs.
  6. Regular inspection of site facilities and plan / propose and implement necessary enhancements / repairs.
  7. Responsible for delivering all site related services with good quality and speed.
  8. Assist in ensuring the proper usage and maintenance of the facility.
  9. Prepare monthly management and technical reports on breakdown and proposals.
  10. Advise and lead the technical investigations for rectification and maintenance works.
  11. Carry out all preventive and breakdown maintenance of HVAC and general building services.
  12. Investigate, analyze, and determine root cause and report breakdowns and faults effectively.
  13. Carry out any other ad-hoc project, assignment, maintenance or repair work assigned.
  14. Ensure all documentation of procedures and maintenance works are adhered to.
  15. Any other tasks as assigned.

Position Requirements

  • A diploma holder in Mechanical Engineering or any related Engineering degree of any discipline.
  • Min 3 years’ experience
  • Experienced with Facility Management and thorough knowledge in troubleshooting and breakdown activities.
  • Familiar with management of different sites/facilities.
  • Has healthy life style, and can work well under pressure and flexibility to work long hours if situation demands.
  • Strong oral and written communications skills; and
  • Able to work in a highly matrix and multicultural environment;
  • Independent and motivated and sense of urgency;
  • Has experience in dealing with government bodies;
  • Strategic, analytical and good organizational skills.

About the Company

 

Established in 2001, Shukaku is a privately owned premium real estate developer and holding company based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  At Shukaku, we seek to build Cambodia’s future by creating modern, sustainable and forward-thinking developments.  Shukaku is a values-driven organization, guided by our principles in the way we work and the way we think about our developments.  As such we infuse functionality, sustainability and synergy into all that we create in order to positively impact the lives of those who work, live and play in our developments.  We also aim to make tangible contributions to the growth of our home country by driving sustainable economic development and creating jobs for those most in need.  Our flagship project, Phnom Penh City Center will create a modern, thoughtfully-planned and fully integrated downtown core in Cambodia’s capital city. 

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