Servicon Systems, Inc.
Servicon Systems is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
Category Facilities Maintenance
Type Not Required
Shift Days Monday through Friday
Shift Hours(Start) 7:00 AM
Shift Hours (End) 3:30 PM
Work Schedule Options 5/40
Overtime Eligible Yes
Relocation Eligibility No
Travel Required None
Background Requirements Criminal History Background Check and Drug Screening
Citizenship Must be U.S. Citizen, Lawful Permanent Resident , Refugee/Asylee
Clearance (Live Scan) No
Security Clearance Status None
Security Clearance Type Not Required
The Maintenance Technician II is responsible for successfully performing facility repairs and routine building equipment maintenance; supports senior tradespeople in the execution of more complex facility maintenance tasks; supports the ongoing production operations within the building. Receives general instructions from the Facilities Managers, Facility Supervisor and/ or senior tradespeople. Works from written work orders, sketches, and verbal requests, while adhering to all building and safety codes.
Plumbing - to include clearing of clogged drains using manual and electric auger machines; change-out of flushometers batteries; simple fixture replacements, cycling of shut-off supply valves; change-out of water filters for specialty water systems (Deionized); repair/ replacement of inoperative paper dispensers and other common restroom fixtures.
Electrical - to include the change-out of inoperative lamps and bulbs throughout the facility (ballasts work is not included); replacement of missing plug covers (faceplates); replacement of panel labels and circuit identification as directed by senior tradespeople. No live electrical work.
HVAC and Utility Systems Maintenance - to include the replacement of water, air and oil filter media as per scheduled PM requirements; exterior cleaning of equipment to remove debris that may hinder normal function of the building equipment. Eventual development into a fully certified HVAC technician is preferred.
Facility Protection/ Safety Systems - to include the monthly inspection of the mounted fire extinguishers, fire risers, emergency lighting systems and eye wash/shower stations and the documentation of these routine inspections. Keeping clear the path to emergency exits and line of sight to evacuation maps. Updating of the building's clocks to the correct hour and date (seasonal).
Carpentry Work - to include the minor repair of doors and thresholds, locks and some furniture repairs; removal and security of broken and/or missing glass panels; replacement of ceiling tiles; carpet and tile repairs; wall painting and patch work as required for new office occupancy and/or repairs to address wall damage. Repairs and upgrades as required for installed safety equipment.
Mechanical - change-out and replacement of service gases and gas cylinders. Change-out and replacement of laboratory vacuum pumps.
Performs routine and preventive building maintenance services. Performs or assists in the performance of other higher-level maintenance tasks under the direct supervision of a senior tradesperson.
Requires a high school education, a technical certification or an Associate Degree or vocational training or three years of work experience (degree and certification may be replaced by experience).
Knowledge of operating power and manual tools, maintenance equipment and machinery in the performance of the assigned duties.
Ability to communicate in English (both written and verbal).
Environment: Will vary considerably depending upon the clients business that can range from heavy industrial environments (aerospace, factories, refineries, etc.) to office complexes.
Long periods of walking, standing, kneeling, reaching, pushing, lifting and other physical demands are required to perform work.