Sakthi.firstname.lastname@example.orgCan anyone help me in working as a building maintenance engineer for one year and I am feeling like I'm losing my career because no one guides me like a maintenance engineer before there was an engineer he did so many things I'm just following what he did before so.. What I'm asking is how to be a protection maintenance engineer
what I need to daily, weekly and monthly ....plz advise me
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Dinesh DivekarDear Sakthi,
You are working as a "Building Maintenance Engineer". You wish to grow your career. However, you have not provided us with the information about you. Are you employed by the Management Committee (MC) of the building or you are from an agency that provides the technical services? Additionally, please confirm:
a) What is your qualification? If you are B Tech, then did you study the subject of Ops Management in your engineering course? If yes, then have you re-studied the chapter on maintenance management?
b) What are the facilities available in your building? Have you maintained a maintenance logbook for the asset like the DG set?
c) Have you studied the plumbing plan, electrical plan, sewerage routing plan of your building? Do you foresee any challenges in the future?
d) Who prepares the budget for the building maintenance? Is the budget allocation done only for the current financial year or do you have a maintenance plan for the next 4-5 years?
e) How do you decide on the spare part inventory for the various capital equipment?
Lastly, I wish to give feedback to you on your English. There are so many spelling and grammatical mistakes in your post. Career growth not just depends on one's technical competence but also on command over one's language. Therefore, don't allow this weakness of yours to hold the growth of your career. Otherwise, this weakness could hinder your growth in future.
All the best!
From India, Bangalore
aussiejohnWhat does your job description say about the duties you are expected to perform?
What were you told the job would be at your interview?
Ask management what you should be doing. They are the only people that can answer that question. Why have you waited a year before addressing these issues?
From Australia, Melbourne