The Facility Tech III is responsible and accountable for providing Quality / No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship providing superior quality, competitive value and outstanding
service by providing and performing a variety of skilled maintenance duties including inspection, repair and preventive maintenance service to all buildings, grounds, and equipment; and have a working knowledge of systems, equipment and components throughout the hospital and various off-site locations.
Preventive Maintenance: Inspects equipment and facilities for proper operation and working condition as indicated on Preventive Maintenance (PM) procedures. Completes assigned PM's by their due date.
Must be able to interact with Patients, Visitors, Doctors, and Health First Associates in a professional and respectful manner. Must be able to direct individuals to various locations throughout the facilities, and able to convey work that will need to be completed or has been completed.
Must have general mechanical knowledge to service and make basic repairs to heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment including fans, motors, thermostats, dampers, and regulating controls, replace filters and fluids as necessary, and maintain routine records or repairs.
Must have sufficient system knowledge to perform routine electrical maintenance, replacement or alteration of circuit wiring, switches and mechanisms.
Must have sufficient knowledge to perform general plumbing maintenance, associated with potable water systems, and fixtures and sanitary plumbing pipes and fixtures.
Performs and documents equipment repair, and tests new and repaired equipment before it is put into service, provide welding services for repairs and fabrication of metal structures.
Trade school graduate or 12th grade education
Minimum of four years' experience in comparable tradework is required.
A current Journeyman Certificate is required OR 5 years of documentable
Journeyman level experience.
Must be able to adapt to a variety of changing duties as required to support all Departments in the hospital and offsite facilities.
Must possess and maintain a valid State of Florida driver's license.
Must provide and maintain common hand tools needed for the execution of duties. Job specific power tools will be provided
Thorough knowledge of the applicable codes, blueprints, methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in the Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing trades.
Calibration and commissioning of systems.
Proper methods of storing equipment, materials and supplies.
Perform PM and routine servicing of equipment.
Basic knowledge in the following:
OSHA safety practices.
Use of hand tools and common power tools related to maintenance
Repair of mechanical devices and parts as related to Mechanical/Electrical/PlumbingSystems.
Basic carpentry knowledge.
Welding and soldering techniques.