General Maintenance Technician
Medical City Healthcare
Medical City Healthcare is one of the region's largest, most comprehensive health care providers and includes 14 hospitals, 7 off-campus emergency rooms, more than 50 ambulatory sites, more than 7,000 active physicians and 15,000 employees in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Responsible for the maintenance and repair of the equipment, building, and grounds at the laundry. The Maintenance Technician works closely with the Maintenance Supervisor, Floor Supervisors and Laundry Manager.
Maintain and repair, as needed, the equipment of the laundry utilizing and establishing a preventive maintenance program; determination of maintenance categories (corrective vs. preventative); establish maintenance priorities (low, average, high, emergency); evaluate maintenance complexity (basic to complex skill sets); and maintain a parts and tools inventory.
Ensures continuous operation, according to the design performance specifications of the building's electrical and mechanical systems without unscheduled shutdown or outages.
Ensures building interiors are maintained in a safe and esthetically pleasing condition. Areas included, but not limited to: roof, windows, doors, painting and wall covering, flooring, ceiling, and plumbing.
Responsible for life safety systems, including, but not limited to, fire alarm system, security system, sprinkler inspection and testing, fire extinguishers, and mechanical room systems.
Responsible for the training and oversight of the safe use of all systems with the appropriate designated personnel.
Practices and adheres to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement".
Provide focus on long-term resolutions to reduce reoccurring problems.
Ensure all personnel are working in a safe environment and are adhering to the Laundry Safety Procedures at all times.
Other duties as assigned.
Must have a minimum of three years of experience
General knowledge of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic principles and of knowledge of computer systems and applications.
General knowledge of building and system maintenance, including internal and external components.
Ability to interpret technical manuals relative to preventive maintenance, ordering replacement parts and making repairs.
Reading comprehension necessary to interpret specifications for installations and maintenance of the equipment and related systems