Facility Maintenance Worker

This hands-on working position is accountable for troubleshooting, repairs and performing preventive maintenance relative to the mechanical, electrical, HVAC, plumbing systems and physical structural elements of the center. This is not a position that manages other employees.
Pay range: $15 - $17 per hour.
PRINCIPAL Responsibilities:
o Routinely inspects facility.
o Perform a variety of maintenance repair activities on the interior and exterior areas of the property including, but not limited to, painting, drywall, structural, electrical, and plumbing. Repairing parking lot and sidewalk surfaces, interior and exterior lighting including lamp, fuse and ballast replacement.
o Operate a variety of equipment to perform preventive maintenance, including scissor lifts and areal booms.
o Assist other departments, including but not limited to, Marketing, to set up events, and Local Leasing with the placement and repair of temporary lease units.
o Perform the job in accordance with all applicable standards, policies and regulatory guidelines to promote a safe working environment.
o Schedule and preform preventive maintenance programs as assigned by management.
o Ensure the appropriate inventory, supplies, equipment and tools are maintained.
o Periodically inspect air handling units, replace filters and grease components. Maintain logs to document activity
o Performs exterior custodial duties as needed. May include gathering trash, and operating trash compactors.
o May perform additional maintenance duties as assigned
MINIMUM Qualifications:
o High School Diploma, Technical Trade school, or GED.
o Prior building maintenance experience preferred.
o Ability to read and interpret documents, plans and drawings.
o Ability to effectively present information to departmental management.
o Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions.
o Ability to define problems, collect information and establish facts.
o Paint, electrical, plumbing, floor tile replacement, and drywall skills.
o Self-starter with ability to work independently.
o Capability to diagnose problems on equipment.
o Knowledge of basic electrical and plumbing systems.
o Knowledge of safety rules, hazards and application of accident prevention measures.
o Ability to work days, evenings, weekends, and holidays on a rotating schedule.
o Valid Driver's License.
o Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
o Ability to walk 5 miles per day without restriction.
o Ability to climb stairs and ladders.

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