Ron Wilson Center Monmouth, OR
- Posted: over a month ago
- $18 to $21 Hourly
- Benefits: 401k, dental, medical, vision,
Position Title: Maintenance Technician
Effective Date: September 15, 2021
Title of Supervisor: Facilities & Fleets Coordinator
Supervises: No One
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt/ (Hourly)
Employment: Regular/ FT
General: 8:00am to 5:00pm / may vary (schedule M-F)
Location: Monmouth, OR
The Maintenance Technician Position is a full time, hourly, non-exempt position. This position requires a flexible schedule. The Maintenance Technician is responsible for a variety of maintenance, tasks, projects, repairs for the agency which may include but is not limited to, light construction, minor repairs, installation of appliances, and removal of broken property items, etc. This position reviews the use of a variety of materials using all kinds of materials and tools necessary to complete projects. The Maintenance Technician is responsible for facilities and equipment repairs. This Position performs related duties, as assigned, to ensure the efficient, effective, and safe functioning of RWC.
1. Minimum 18 years of age.
2. Have obtained high school diploma, GED, or equivalent.
3. Approval to work after a background check through the State of Oregon.
4. Current valid state issued driver’s license, an excellent driving record, proof of insurance, and be able to be insured by the Ron Wilson Center Auto Insurance Carrier.
5. CPR and First Aid Certification.
6. Ability to work independently without direct supervision while following RWC Policies and Procedures and training.
7. Able to work flexible hours as need dictates.
8. Excellent communication skills
9. Basic computer skills.
10. A positive team player.
11. Able to lift up to 100lbs.
1. One (1) year building maintenance experience or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
2. Assess costs of job/task, repairs, determine the level of skill required, and labor if needed.
3. Knowledge of trades related to building maintenance and repair.
4. Knowledge of a variety of building maintenance procedures and techniques.
5. Knowledge of and experience with equipment, and hand and power tools necessary for the basic, small jobs, maintenance, and repairs of facilities.
6. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions.
7. Skill in reading and following assembly instructions.
8. Skills in following safety practices and recognizing hazards.
9. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with managers, staff, and community entities and the public.
10. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
General Maintenance and Repair of Facilities, Equipment, and Grounds
1. Performs a variety of basic/minor work, maintenance and repairs of homes and the grounds at various RWC facilities and sites responding to operational and/or safety concerns.
2. May move and assist in moving furniture and equipment at facilities; and from one location to another.
3. May purchase supplies and materials necessary to complete projects as approved.
4. Identifies projects requiring the services of a higher skilled crafts person;
5. May participate in the Safety Committee; assist with projects of current concern and possible hazards and update committee of completed safety projects assigned periodically as directed;
6. Visit locations and perform assessments for needed repairs.
7. Maintains clean, safe, and orderly work sites.
8. Prepares notes for the purpose of documenting activities or communicating information.
9. Responds to emergency situations during and after hours for the purpose of resolving immediate concerns.
A. Carpentry: Performs basic/minor rough and finished carpentry repairs at facilities such as partitions, walls, doors, fences, window frames, office furniture, roofs, and shelves; repairs holes in walls: door knobs, floors, and carpets.
B. Glazier: Removes broken glass, putty or plastic; may replace window and door hardware, and light fixtures. May repair window screens.
C. Plumbing: Identifies and performs basic/minor repairs of plumbing leaks or breaks; leaking faucets; opens clogged lines and drains; replaces seals and other minor parts; may repair, replace and maintain hot water heaters and other appliances.
D. Painting: Paint interior and exterior walls; prepares various surfaces for paint, enamel, lacquer, varnish, or stain; repairs wall coverings.
Frequent contact with all RWC Management Personnel, House Managers, Direct Support Professionals, RWC Clients as well as other providers, agency representatives, and community members.
This position involves moderate to heavy physical work in all types of weather. There is frequent need to perform a variety of physical labor including standing, stooping, bending, walking, climbing ladders, kneeling, reaching, carrying and lifting tools and heavy objects, and perform other similar actions during the course of the workday.
(Occasionally is defined as 0-1/3 of an 8-hour day; Frequently is defined as 1/3 – 2/3 of an 8- hour day; Continuously is defined as 2/3 – 3/3 of an 8-hour day)
Standing – Continuously while moving to one area to another area, during inspections and while working on projects.
Sitting –Occasionally while working on necessary paperwork, in meetings, computer work and traveling to various locations.
Walking – Frequently to move from location to location or while completing projects. Lifting and/or Carrying – Frequently while carrying materials or tools moving from one location to another.
Pushing/Pulling – Occasionally while moving equipment, supplies, tools, while working, and other facets of the job.
Stooping/Bending/Crouching/Kneeling/Climbing – Occasionally while picking up supplies; working on the job; using electrical outlets; climbing ladders; getting in or out of vehicles and other facets of the job.
Reaching/Twisting –Frequently while retrieving equipment, supplies, tools, paperwork, handling out materials and other facets of the job.
Throwing – None.
Talking/Hearing – Continuously in the performance of all facets of the job.
Seeing – Continuously in the performance of all facets of the job.
Environmental Conditions – The Facilities and Maintenance Specialist performs tasks wherever there is a need, indoors or outdoors, in various locations. The interior environment is heated, well lighted and usually carpeted. Outdoor weather will vary including all conditions.
Equipment Used: Numerous and varied power and hand tools; and frequently, computers.
Exempt or nonexempt:
Facilities and Fleet Coordinator
Facilities and Fleet Coordinator
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