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Technical Equipment & Buildings Engineer (Electricity specialist)

Strive for optimal management of the technical equipment in the buildings by drawing up and following up maintenance plans and by realising the installation of the technical equipment.

Technical equipment in buildings includes: electricity (medium voltage, low voltage, UPS, diesel generators, batteries,...), HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), heating, water, gas, fire detection, fire dampers, smoke curtains, gas extinguishing, lighting, emergency lighting, sprinkler installations, lightning protection and EMC.

What does a Technical Equipment & Buildings Engineer (Electricity specialist) do?

Ensure the maintenance and repairs of the technical equipment in the buildings at skeyes' various sites (the headquarters, the radars, the navigation beacons and the regional airports) to ensure the installations' proper functioning. This includes among other things:

  • drawing up maintenance plans for all technical equipment in the buildings of skeyes;
  • determining whether maintenance and repairs will be performed by own personnel, external companies with maintenance contracts or an external general maintenance company in consultation with the Technical Support Manager;
  • drawing up the specifications, comparing the quotes received and determining the company that will be responsible for the maintenance and repairs in consultation with the Technical Support Manager;
  • executing the administrative, financial, technical and planning follow-up;
  • taking care of the KPI's, a monthly scorecard and the reporting to the Technical Support Manager;
  • drawing up, executing and following up ISO procedures (based on the manuals and technical sheets);
  • elaborating and following up energy-saving measures;
  • following up statutory inspections and compulsory checks.

Ensure the installation of technical equipment in buildings at the various skeyes sites (headquarters, radars, navigation beacons and regional airports) as part of a project or replacement and during events. This includes among other things:

  • making designs, carrying out calculations and drawing up bills of quantities in the field of technical equipment in buildings in cooperation with the other engineers/departments;
  • determining whether the installation will be carried out by our own staff or an external company in consultation with the Technical Support Manager;
  • drawing up the technical specifications, comparing the quotes received and determining the company that will be responsible for the installation in consultation with the Technical Support Manager;
  • executing the follow-up of the site and reporting to the Technical Support Manager;
  • ensuring the statutory inspections after installation of the technical equipment;
  • ensuring continuous monitoring of the evolution of the technical equipment in buildings, among other things by attending training courses.

Draw up and follow up purchase files in the context of technical equipment in buildings. This includes among other things:

  • contacting potential suppliers and organising price enquiries;
  • negotiating price offers with suppliers and making agreements on, among other things, technical compliance of the requested products, quality requirements, planning and purchase prices;
  • assigning a purchase file to a particular supplier in consultation with the Technical Support Manager;
  • ensuring accurate market and supplier knowledge.

Support all parties involved in the technical equipment in the buildings. This includes among other things:

  • developing and providing training to the technicians of the Technical Watch Centre,
  • training technicians working on technical equipment in buildings, mainly through on-the-job training;

following up and guiding internal and external audits.

Candidate profile

What makes you the perfect Technical Equipment & Buildings Engineer (Electricity Specialist)?

  • you have a Master's degree in industrial or civil engineering;
  • you have at least 5 years of experience;
  • you are in possession of BA4 certificates, BA5 is an asset;
  • you have a good knowledge of Dutch and French;
  • you are versatile and solution-oriented;
  • you are someone who sees work and you have a hands-on mentality;
  • you are flexible in terms of hours;
  • you are stress-resistant.
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