Site Auditor

Site Auditor

Overview:

  • Lays out complete products and prepares assembly and detail drawings, following the general instructions and directions of a designer within the timeframe and quality set forth by customer.

Reports To:

  •   Engineering Manager

Department:

  • Engineering

Travel:

  • 95%

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Travel to customer facilities and record all telecommunication equipment and support equipment specified by customer
  • Knowledge of all AC equipment to the data center from the street
  • Knows how to read (As-built) drawing
  • Can read AC/DC one line
  • Knowledge of all DC equipment, Alarm Systems, HVAC Systems
  • Able to locate equipment in Datacenter or Das Shelter
  • Performed Audits for telecommunications
  1. Travel to customer facilities and record all telecommunication equipment and support equipment specified by customer
  2. Knowledge of all AC equipment to the data center from the street
  3. Knows how to read (As-built) drawing
  4. Can read AC/DC one line
  5. Knowledge of all DC equipment, Alarm Systems, HVAC Systems
  6. Able to locate equipment in Datacenter or Das Shelter
  7. Performed Audits for telecommunications

Essential Functions:

  • Utility transformers
  • ATO switches
  • Main distribution panel boards (MDPB) and subsequent breakers
  • Distribution panel boards
  • ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch)
  • MTS (Manual Transfer Switch)
  • TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor)
  • VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)
  • DC Power Plants (Including Rectifier Modules), DC Power Plant Batteries, DC Battery Disconnects
  • BDFB (Battery Distribution Fuse Bay)
  • BDCBB (Battery Distribution Circuit Breaker Bays)
  • Inverter (Including inverter modules), Inverter Static Switches
  • UPS’s (Uninterruptable Power Supply), (Including UPS Rectifier Modules) UPS Batteries and Disconnect Switches
  • Maintenance By-Pass cabinets
  • PDU (Power Distribution Unit) consisting of a transformer and breakers)
  • RPP (Remote Power Panels)
  • BITS Clocks
  • Generator, Generator Fuel Polishing System, Nitrogen Blanket Generators
  • Veeder Root or other fuel level monitoring systems
  • Generator fuel tank, generator day tank, Natural Gas Booster pumps, fuel polishing systems
  • HVAC (CRAC) Computer Room Air Conditioner
  • (CRAH) Computer Room Air Handlers) Make up air systems
  • Cooling Towers, Cooling Doors
  • Chillers
  • Pumps, Refrigerant Pumps
  • Dry Coolers / Condensers
  • Fire Panels, FM200 Panels
  • VESDA Panels
  • Pre-Action Systems
  • FM200 tanks, Exhaust fans etc.
  • Utility transformers
  • ATO switches
  • Main distribution panel boards (MDPB) and subsequent breakers
  • Distribution panel boards
  • ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch)
  • MTS (Manual Transfer Switch)
  • TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor)
  • VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)
  • DC Power Plants (Including Rectifier Modules), DC Power Plant Batteries, DC Battery Disconnects
  • BDFB (Battery Distribution Fuse Bay)
  • BDCBB (Battery Distribution Circuit Breaker Bays)
  • Inverter (Including inverter modules), Inverter Static Switches
  • UPS’s (Uninterruptable Power Supply), (Including UPS Rectifier Modules) UPS Batteries and Disconnect Switches
  • Maintenance By-Pass cabinets
  • PDU (Power Distribution Unit) consisting of a transformer and breakers)
  • RPP (Remote Power Panels)
  • BITS Clocks
  • Generator, Generator Fuel Polishing System, Nitrogen Blanket Generators
  • Veeder Root or other fuel level monitoring systems
  • Generator fuel tank, generator day tank, Natural Gas Booster pumps, fuel polishing systems
  • HVAC (CRAC) Computer Room Air Conditioner
  • (CRAH) Computer Room Air Handlers) Make up air systems
  • Cooling Towers, Cooling Doors
  • Chillers
  • Pumps, Refrigerant Pumps
  • Dry Coolers / Condensers
  • Fire Panels, FM200 Panels
  • VESDA Panels
  • Pre-Action Systems
  • FM200 tanks, Exhaust fans etc.

Required Skills:

  • Soft skills: Microsoft Office (Strong Excel)
  • Possess good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment
  • Liaison with engineering personnel
  • Able to move from design concept to finished design, including Audits, Labeled picture and any notes
  • Write Method of Procedure (Limited to just an entry type MOP) 
  • Ability to learn and execute established procedures and programs
  • Complete all applicable reports and required project documentation
  • Able to follow established procedures to complete required Facility Engineering Audits

Education & Experience:

  • One (1) to two (2) years’ college or trade school education or equivalent experience
  • Minimum five (5) years’ on-the-job experience as an Auditor or Installer
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for formal training

Candidates must have a valid driver’s license with current auto insurance; negative drug screen and clear background checks.

Personal Tools Required:

  • Smart Phone w/5-megapixel camera or larger
  • Laptop w/current software to run Outlook, Word and Excel