Sys. Installation Engineer/Facilities Coordinator

Kforce has a client in search of a Systems Installation Engineer/Facilities Coordinator in Hines, Illinois (IL).Essential Job Functions:
AutoCAD support
Small projects
Serves as an assistant to larger more complex projects; An example would be plan storage aids, perform market research and attain quotes, develop a PCA, receive and inventory property, update inventory records, escort applicable contractors, ensure the project is completed to standard and ensure proper disposition of property; this role may support the upcoming tri-annual shutdown (September 2019)
Inventory management (assess existing, record, document, archive and either review annually/periodic updates to SharePoint/system of record)
Computer room projects and storage assistance; Ensures IT installations/project in the computer room adhere to rules/policies/standards and close-out procedures (i.e. housekeeping adherence/improvements)
Small safety related projects (understand and identify deficiencies, develop solutions to correct, implement or ensure implemented)
Escorts contractors in the facility to maintain security compliance and ease the project manager's responsibility to provide overwatch
Ticket management, learn and manage work ticketing system, ensure ticket is assigned to correct POC, advised, assists in resourcing and assist with close-out)
Assist with admin (updates visitor log, track PCAs, inventory, accepts and records property/inventory records)
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Engineering
Basic electrical, basic plumbing, basic carpentry, 30 or 10-hour OSHA certified
8 years of additional relevant experience may be substituted for education
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Compensation Type: Years

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