Maintenance Mechanic I - Src

Yale-New Haven Health New Haven , CT 06501

Posted 3 months ago

Overview

To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These valuesintegrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassionmust guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.

JOB SUMMARYUnder the general supervision of the Manager, Plant Operations, performs a variety of duties in and around the Hospital complex. Performs repairs to and maintains machinery, systems and mechanical equipment.

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran

Responsibilities

    1. Performs hospital coverage duties by maintaining building equipment & systems.

  • 1.1 Maintains building climate by adjusting thermostats, heat, ventilation or air conditioning systems for the comfort of patients, visitors and staff.

    1. Completes and returns all work orders and equipment maintenance records according to departmental guidelines and regulatory requirements.


    1. Assesses environment for safety hazards which could harm patients, visitors or hospital employees and reports them to appropriate supervisors.

Qualifications

EDUCATION

High school diploma, or preferably a graduate from a trade/vocational school or completion of other accredited mechanical electrical/electronics or plumbing instructional institution.

EXPERIENCE

A minimum of 3 years serving an apprenticeship under a mechanical/electrical/plumbing or related trade or 5 to 10 years working in a similar institutional or manufacturing type facility/setting.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION

Preferably a P-2, S-2 or D-2 State of Ct license

SPECIAL SKILLS

A very strong working knowledge of HVAC or mechanical or electrical or plumbing or metalworking and/or welding experience.

PHYSICAL DEMAND

Physical effort of lifting 50 lbs, ladder work up to 20 feet, kneeling and exterior work is required. Minor stress due to job requirements, responsibilities and of job shift duties.

Additional Information

$22.35-$39.13

THIS POSITION IS COVERED BY THE TEAMSTERS COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT


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Maintenance Mechanic I - Src

Yale-New Haven Health