Senior Facilities Technician

Mosaic Community Services
Lutherville Timonium, MD
May 15, 2017
May 22, 2017
Accountant, IT
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Title: Senior Facilities Technician FLSA Status: Non-ExemptDepartment/Division: Facilities & Property General Summary: As a key member of our facilities team, Senior Facilities Technicians are responsible for keeping our properties in top-notch physical condition, inside and out in all kinds of weather. This position will work independently and interact on a daily basis with team members, Work Control Center Staff and other Facilities staff. In performance of the assigned duties; the candidate will be expected to support the policies and objectives of the company. The position may be called upon to change shifts from time to time and carry an emergency phone when on-call for maintenance. Principle Responsibilities and Duties: Safely responds to, diagnoses, repairs and resolves a variety of multi-craft maintenance needs for properties, equipment and general facility essentials.Performs maintenance to company facilities including routine plumbing repairs, carpentry, electrical repairs, and routine maintenance to HVAC equipment.Troubleshoots the situation, determines root cause of the problem and best options for repair or modification and follows through.Uses or operates manual and powered tools and equipment, such as lifts and welding equipment, to safely perform work.Uses, creates or completes required documentation supporting scheduled or completed work. This may include reading/interpreting complex blueprints to ensure correct machine installation/operation or drawing detailed schematics for work planning or records. This may also include using company computer systems to determine work to be performed and to log completed work. Records parts and materials used, and requisitions new materials/parts as necessary.Follows work orders as required.Leads in repairs, rebuilds and other maintenance work to insure quality maintenance operations. Personnel may include co-workers, temporary workers, vendors or contractors.Leads in the set-up and installation of new equipment. Performs required testing to ensure repairs/installations work as designed.Leads other special maintenance or repair projects as assigned.Actively makes suggestions for process improvements and encouraging others to do the same. Presents information to others as requiredFollows established safety rules and regulations, makes recommendations for safety improvements, and utilizes required safety equipment.Proactively, positively and constructively supports the Mosaic vision, mission and quality statements, and the general company direction at all times.Responsible for assigned vehicle and required to obey Maryland law and company policies as they relate to vehiclesComplies with CFR29/OSHA requirements (MOSHA)Determines what Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is required for different jobs, maintains issued PPE equipment and communicates with supervisor if unsure about specific needsDuring weather events may be required to stay/sleep on site as designated.Will perform all other direct related job duties as is assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required: Education and Experience Work requires the ability to read, write, speak English, compose letters, and operates computer software and equipment-normally acquired generalized high school education/equivalent or trade school.Must have minimum of 6 years or more of direct job related experience.Requires welding, plumbing, carpentry, HVAC or other facility maintenance experience.Requires experience working hand and power tools.Requires experience working with contractors/external resources in equipment installs/maintenance.Prefers experience with cranes, tow motors, forklifts, genie booms and able to operate a plow truck/backhoe.Apply multi-craft maintenance skills and knowledge of machining/manufacturing equipment/processes. Assemble, install, troubleshoot and maintain complex mechanical systems, hydraulics, and pneumatics.Install and maintain electrical systems/electronics such as transformers, controls, and servo drives. Able to read, interpret and modify blueprints, specs, electrical schematics, and ladder logic. Able to maintain facility carpentry, plumbing, electrical and HVAC equipment. Uses basic shop math and geometry. Uses strong computer, communication, and customer service skills.Solid understanding of quality systems and safety procedures.Must be able to use independent judgment in repairs/maintenanceWork requires interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with clients, all levels of internal staff, external contacts from the professional community, and outside agencies.Candidate must possess a current, valid Driver's license with a driving record that has (2) or fewer points on it at the time of hire.Must be able to obtain Medical Examiner Certificate "MCSA-5876" aka DOT card to drive facilities commercial vehicles (10,000 or more pounds.)Must be able to operate a manual transmission vehicle. Schedule: Required to be on the on-call list and rotating shifts as needs dictate.Physical Requirements:Candidate must be physically prepared to lift up to fifty pounds, stoop, kneel, lift craw and perform repetitive operationsMust be able to climb to heights using ladders and lift equipment.Working Environment:Employee will be exposed to all types of weather, dusty conditions, high noise and chemicals while performing job duties.Reporting Relationship:Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor or Assistant Facilities Manager