Unitypoint Health Peoria , IL 61601
UnityPoint Health is one of the nation's most integrated health systems. We have a vision for healthcare, and it starts with you: "Best outcome for every patient, every time."
Through relationships with more than 280 physician clinics, 29 hospitals in metropolitan and rural communities, and home care services throughout its 8 regions, UnityPoint Health provides care throughout Illinois and Iowa.
We surround you with care that is coordinated between your doctor's office, hospital and in your home.
With almost 600 board-certified physicians backed by a dedicated team of healthcare professionals who combine high-tech medicine with genuine warmth and caring, UnityPoint Health
UnityPoint Health-Methodist Campus
Shift: Full-time /40 hrs per week Mon-Fri 7:30A-3:30P
To serve the Medical Center and its Corporate Entities, in a wide variety of skilled duties typically related to general carpentry trades and performs them in a timely, safe and effective manner. This position will be solely accountable for all structural and finish work throughout the campus including floor, ceiling and wall finishes in small quantities (1000sf. Or less per project).
ResponsibilitiesPERFORMS ROUTINE AND SPECIAL WORK ASSIGNMENTS TO PROVIDE RELIABLE, EFFECTIVE SKILLS WITHIN THE MEDICAL CENTER AND ITS ANCILLARY BUILDINGS. Knowledgeable and skilled in the following:
Installation and repair of suspended ceilings.
Installation and repair of doors and hardware (closures, panic, fire, and positive latching hardware).
Installation of cabinets and countertops.
Layout and framing for new partitions, including wall finishes.
Installation, including proper anchoring, for wall hung items such as grab bars, toilet paper holders, paper towel holders, and pictures.
Assist in the removal and installation of air filters in Air Handling Units, Fan Coil Units, and ducts.
Perform all of the above in a timely manner.
SELECT AND INSTALL DOORS, HARDWARE, CEILINGS, WALL, AND FLOOR FINISHES THAT WILL MEET SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS PER I.D.P.H., B.O.C.A., J.C.A.H.O., A.D.A. AND OTHER STATE AND LOCAL AUTHORITY CONDUCIVE TO HEALTHCARE FACILITIES.
Knowledgeable of where 20-minutes, 1-hour, and 2-hour doors are required and what are the physical requirements for such.
Knowledgeable and skilled at installation of ceiling, wall and floor finish applications.
Demonstrates the ability to apply wall, floor and ceilings finishes in a workman like fashion.
Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to apply firestopping and firestopping systems.
Knowledgeable of hardware types, grab bars, and installation heights for ADA requirements.
Performs daily rounds of assigned areas, correcting deficient items observed and noted on the green boards, or having a fellow team member repair then if it is out of your area of expertise. ( replacing a bad breaker for example)
DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO PERFORM A WIDE RANGE OF SKILLS FROM BASIC ROUGH-IN TYPE WORK, TO MORE COMPLEX, SKILLED TASKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION OF VARIOUS TYPES OF SPECIALIZED COUNTER TOPS, CABINETS, AND EQUIPMENT
Capable of laying out and installing new walls, doors, and door hardware, as well as ceiling systems.
Perform scheduled preventive maintenance on assigned equipment and facility structures.
Fabrication of framework for countertops and cabinets.
Installation of plastic laminate on countertops and cabinets.
Perform trim carpentry work including installation of base trim, vinyl and wood casings and moldings; and various other installations or renovations.
Perform all of the above in a timely manner and high quality.
EXHIBITS PROFESSIONALISM, PROMOTES TEAMWORK, AND A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WHILE DEALING WITH ALL PATIENTS, VISITIORS, DOCTORS, AND STAFF. CONDUCTS ALL ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE GUIDELINES, BUT NOT LIMITIED TO, THE FOLLOWING REGULATORY AGENCIES SUCH AS B.O.C.A., I.D.P.H., J.C.A.H.O., A.D.A., AND OTHER STATE AND LOCAL AUTHORITY CONDUCIVE TO HEATLHCARE FACILITIES.
Assists in achieving department goals and objectives.
Assists peers in assignment completion.
Gives and receives peer evaluation constructively.
Provides continuous input on the status of the facility in relation to possible code/safety issues.
Use protective equipment appropriately.
Provides for safety measures (safety guards on power tools, appropriate signage in work area, interim life safety measures.)
High School Diploma/GED Preferred
. 3-5 years of experience in/with training applied to working within the specifications of applicable building codes such as B.O.C.A, E.P.A., N.F.P.A., O.S.H.A., and J.C.A.H.O. requirements. Innate work skills, knowledge and hands-on type formal training in custom cabinets, skilled carpentry trades, or building maintenance carpentry work Required.
License and Certification
. Not Indicated
Required English Skills
. Basic reading skills
Basic writing skills
Basic oral skills
Interaction with a wide variety of people
Maintain confidential information
Ability to communicate only the facts to recipients or to decline to reveal information
Ability to project a professional, friendly, helpful demeanor