The Maintenance Specialist will perform routine maintenance duties, including rough carpentry, painting, and basic equipment or facility repairs. All carpentry, electrical work, or simple plumbing repairs are performed under supervision of qualified personnel.
MAJOR DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
· Reports to Health Services Administrator to receive daily assignments.
· Obtains work assignments from supervisor, contacts person requesting repairs, and determines type of repairs required. Uses own tools from tool belt or obtains additional tools and supplies from workbench area.
· Performs simple carpentry tasks, such as, but not limited to, framing and installing shelves, hooks, or closet rods.
· Changes light bulbs, may replace fixtures, and does similar minor electrical tasks.
· Opens clogged drains, fixes leaks, and performs other simple plumbing jobs.
· Drywalls, touches-up painting, and repaints rooms as required.
· Assists in snow shoveling when needed.
· Mows lawn, removes weeds and brush, and does other unskilled yard work.
· Assists with loading or unloading trucks and moving furniture when needed.
· Maintains tools and maintenance equipment in working order and keeps maintenance room in neat condition.
· Checks operation of company vehicles (two automobiles) and arranges for gas and regular maintenance.
· Performs other duties as assigned.
· High school diploma or equivalent required.
· Mechanical aptitude acquired through vocational school, outside activities, or job experience.
· Valid state motor vehicle operator's license, (candidate operator's license must remain point free and fully insurable to occupy this position).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
· Ability to read simple instructions and follow simple diagrams.
· Ability to perform simple tasks independently after being given specific instructions.
· Have general knowledge of simple equipment used in the building trades (e.g. skill saw, drills, and miter).
· Minimum of 2 of years of experience preferred.