Fisher-Titus Medical Center
Assists in programs to maintain buildings, equipment, utilities, and distribution systems. Additional responsibilities include assisting in preventative maintenance programs necessary for the care of the Medical Center's facilities. Performs maintenance activities for specific areas of the maintenance department without direct supervision of department management (i.e. electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry). Maintain and assist in preventative maintenance programs for assigned areas. Performs inspections, tests, and maintenance as needed. Takes lead role and coordinates with departments, utilities, and contractors to minimize disruptions in medical center operations. Maintain documentation to assure compliance with regulatory, safety, accreditation, state, local, and federal requirements of assigned area. Make recommendations of equipment or material replacement in assigned areas to department management. Help develop clear, concise preventative maintenance procedures. Plans and schedules preventative maintenance in areas. Works with minimal supervision. Schedules utility shutdowns and equipment repairs in the least disruptive manner. Monitors equipment for repairs. Repairs or recommends replacement of equipment. Maintains repair parts and materials.
High school or vocational school graduate or GED.
Demonstrates basic knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and HVAC equipment and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.
preferred minimum of three years experience in a healthcare maintenance setting in the areas listed on the department competency sheet.
Medium preparation needed - three to five years of previous work related knowledge or experience involving on the job training or vocational training.
Demonstration of his/her ability to operate and maintain typical maintenance tools in accomplishing general utility maintenance is desirable.
Basic understanding of building physical plant systems such as boilers, carpentry, electrical systems, fire systems, vehicles, HVAC, plumbing systems, security systems and patient care equipment.
Experience working in a hospital environment and understanding of Life safety codes is preferred