Division: Bureau of Housing & Development
Department: Grant & Per Diem
Status: Full-Time Non-Exempt
Reports to: VP of Housing & Development
The main goal of the Maintenance Technician is to keep CVI facilities at maximum operational functionality. This requires constant monitoring, inspections, and the repairing of any issues as they arise to prevent further worsening of any problems. The incumbent will be skilled in painting, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, HVAC, and ground/landscaping and work closely with the Director of Facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Inspect buildings, equipment, and systems to identify any issues.
- Develop and implement preventative maintenance procedures.
- Help develop and implement the maintenance budget.
- Plan and schedule repairs.
- Develop and maintain a maintenance log of all needed repairs with timelines for corrective action to be completed.
- Provide weekly updates to the Vice President of Housing and Development and the Director of Facilities.
- Participates in staff meetings for the purpose of gathering information required to perform functions and be altered to maintenance issues.
- Helps negotiate with vendors for large purchases, facilities projects, and service delivery, obtaining at least three quotes.
- Available to be contacted in an emergency.
- Perform all other related duties as requested or assigned.
Other Skills and Abilities
- Strong sense of safety measures
- High level of skill with both hand and power tools
- Ability to effectively communicate clearly and concisely in both oral and written format
- High levels of professionalism with different stakeholders
- Strong mathematical skills
- General carpentry, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing skills
- Must be flexible, maintain composure in difficult situations and have a sense of humor
- Ability to relate to and interact with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds
- High school diploma
- Minimum three years of related experience
- Valid driver’s license
- Current auto insurance
Work is generally performed in a variety of environments: office, interior operational settings, and outdoors, with frequent interruptions and irregularities in the work schedule. Incumbent may be exposed to extreme temperatures, close quarter situations, high and precarious places, moving mechanical parts, and vibrations. Incumbents are frequently required to travel between locations.
This position lifts heavy objects, walks and stands for long periods of time and performs strenuous physical labor in both adverse and comfortable conditions. There will be lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying of as much as 100 pounds in weight as well as kneeling, crouching and or crawling. The position requires good manual dexterity and the ability to use arms, legs and hands for both large and fine motor skills.
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Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.