- Bachelor's Degree
- Associate's Degree
- Time Management
- Driver's License
Implements and administers maintenance programs and projects
Performs facility maintenance and repairs for Spectrum Facilities; work involves servicing, repairing and installing plumbing, doors and locks, electrical, heating systems, building interiors and exteriors, etc.
Responsible for preventative maintenance of facilities, equipment and assigned vehicles.
Must be detail-oriented and possess time management, prioritizing skills, and be able to communication with all staff and incorporate problem-solving skills into daily activities.
Incorporate a preventive maintenance program for all Spectrum facilities – including but not limited to: physical plant, grounds, vehicles, etc.
Maintenance Technician performs duties such as training (as assigned), specific project assignment, working as part of the Spectrum administrative team to improve facilities, assure the smooth operation of facilities and ensure safety and well-being of all individuals we serve.
As assigned, provide coordination for contracted skilled tradesmen and other building maintenance needs.
This position will maintain appropriate records – including but not limited to: routine maintenance forms of facilities, regularly scheduled drills, work orders & schedules, supply inventory, etc.
Education & Experience: A bachelor's degree is preferred, in either facility management or building maintenance with 2 years of experience. Associate degree in building maintenance through a technical college, with 3 years of experience, or 5 years of hands-on experience.
Must meet the following requirements:
Possess a valid unrestricted State of Michigan Drivers License. Must complete and return a record of no findings on the FIA Central Registry Clearance, criminal history background check free of felony convictions, physical examination which indicates satisfactory health status free from communicable diseases including TB. Must have reliable transportation.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Good organizational skills and the ability to handle details.
Knowledge of the maintenance of equipment and facilities, including general plumbing, basic electrical installation and repairs.
Skills in construction and related trades, general carpentry (replacing doors, closet doors, wall repair, cabinets, etc.).
Willingness to accept instruction and implement directives with minimal direct supervision.
Requires physical stamina and energy exerted under conditions of heights, inclement weather and other environmental conditions that may materially affect the difficulty of task implementation.
Demonstrated ability to coordinate and direct skilled laborers, technical staff & general laborers, as assigned.
Comprehensive knowledge of the terminology, tools, materials, practices and codes involved in building/home repair and maintenance, equipment servicing and custodial operations.
Good ethical and professional judgment; adequate physical condition.
A general understanding of licensing, accreditation and best practices.
Ability to estimate time and materials needed.