The primary responsibility of the position is to perform routine and preventative maintenance at all facilities to include space planning, work station alterations, and furniture moves. Additional responsibilities would include assisting senior level positions in the troubleshooting, diagnostics and repairs on buildings, HVAC systems, fire systems, furnishings, corporate vehicles, grounds maintenance and equipment maintenance. Works with contractors and vendors to validate that work is completed as committed, and are consistent with service level agreements (SLA). Assist vendors in the completion of projects as required.
Conducts building maintenance by performing routine and preventative maintenance at all facilities to include space planning, work station adjustments, and furniture moves.
Assists vendors/contractors with building access and to assist with contracted jobs as needed.
Assists with the maintenance of corporate vehicles.
Assists with periodic inspections at assigned facilities.
Assists with unexpected emergencies such as power outages, equipment failures, damage to buildings, security breaches, water and sewer damage.
Other duties as required
Minimum formal education required for this position:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Minimum work experience:
2+ years' experience in an industrial, commercial, or facilities operations setting
Technical or specialized knowledge/skills:
Comprehensive understanding of skills associated with the one or more of the following areas: Carpentry, Electrical systems, Fire/Safety systems, Plumbing, HVAC, Painting, and Grounds Maintenance.
Understanding of preventive maintenance requirements for motor vehicles.
Knowledge and skill in the types and uses of small hand held tools & power tools.
Knowledge of safety practices and procedures followed in connection with maintenance tasks including, but not limited to electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems, machine operation, climbing equipment (ladders, scaffolds, rigging, etc), hand-tools, chemical solvents, and cleaning agents.
Ability to comprehend and learn state and local laws, rules, regulations and codes relevant to the trade.
Ability to maintain records.
Ability to perform basic math.
Ability to read and interpret such documents as technical and equipment operation manuals, plans, specifications, blueprints, etc.
Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
Able to communicate details of a situation clearly and concisely.
Valid Colorado State driver's license and an acceptable driving record.
Must obtain 30-hour OSHA certification within six months of hire date.
Environmental, physical and psychological requirements:
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