The Data Center Services Technician has the responsibility of insuring that clients have a first class experience with the equipment the company sells
All technicians are expected to perform their duties in a safe manner in accordance with compay Data Center Services safety policy.
Technicians are responsible for filling out JSA’s on their projects per the safety policy.
Technicians are expected to take ownership for identifying safety issues and reporting them to their PM.
Technicians will be responsible for completing test reports and/or inspection reports in a timely manner for all equipment that PH has provided on your assigned job.
On jobs where we provide testing, every piece of equipment must be tested and a report generated.
On jobs where we don’t provide testing, you must provide a pre startup inspection report for every piece of equipment.
On all jobs, control power, communications and Woodward functionality must be tested and reports generated.
Upon completion of the project, reports should be provided to your PM for billing purposes.
Equipment/Material Ordering and Returns
Technician is responsible for communicating to their PM when materials or equipment are needed with enough advanced notice to facilitate ordering material with normal shipping times
Technician is responsible for notifying their PM when they have defective parts from SQD that need replacing.
Technician is responsible for keeping track of defective parts that are removed and getting them to their PM in order that PH can return for credit.
Technician is responsible for communicating with their PM regularly regarding the progress on their jobsite such that in the event of an emergency, the PM would have a working knowledge of the project allowing them to continue the project forward.
Technician is responsible for communicating schedule needs to their PM regarding days off, vacation etc.
Once onsite for a project, the technician should plan to attend all mandatory jobsite meetings. For meetings that aren’t mandatory or in times where it’s not logistically feasible, your PM will attend the meeting and brief you on any details.
If unable to attend a mandatory jobsite meeting, technician is responsible for notifying their PM as early as possible so that they can attend.
Upon completion of a job, the technician is responsible for notifying their PM that the job is complete and submitting all reports so that the job can be billed and closed.