The primary responsibilities of a Senior Facilities Maintenance II is to repair and maintain physical structures, fixtures, grounds, machinery, plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and all utilities in support of business operations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
May perform the general duties of a carpenter, painter, plumber, mason, truck, forklift operator, sheet metal worker, welder, and maintenance mechanic. When complex problems are encountered, work with or without supervision;
Work from layout drawings, sketches, instruction manuals, verbal and/or written instructions from supervisor. May use carpentry, plumbing and metal-working tools, hand power tools, metal and wood working equipment such as lathes, grinders, table and band saws, drill press, planers, welding, brazing and solder equipment;
Work closely with other maintenance personnel on construction, installation, remodeling and repair assignments. May plan work steps and procedures and determine needed materials, diagnose mechanical troubles and determine extent of repairs necessary. Perform routine and emergency repairs. Follow emergency shutdown procedures;
Maintain building to include repairs, installation and remodeling. Fabricate and repair items and equipment as required. Install pipe, tubing, fittings, plumbing fixtures and repair service piping (air, water, gas, waste, etc.) Maintain compressors and boilers to include the simple repair and replacement of related valves, regulators and gauges. Install and align equipment, motors, and couplings. May act as crew leader on project or repair job. May be required to instruct and inspect work of other Facilities Maintenance personnel;
Maintain necessary records. Detect and report unusual conditions and special problems to proper supervisor. Move and store tools, materials, equipment and document files as directed. Follow prescribed safety rules and regulations. Keep work area in clean and orderly condition;
Perform utility duties to include, but not limited to general housekeeping including cleaning, sweeping, trash removal, mopping of oil – to ensure a clean and safe environment, hazardous waste handling, wash equipment service, machine and central coolant system service, rust collector system services and preventative maintenance services on machinery and equipment.
THE ABOVE DESCRIPTION COVERS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DUTIES PERFORMED BUT DOES NOT EXCLUDE OTHER OCCASIONAL WORK ASSIGNMENTS NOT MENTIONED. THE INCLUSION OF WHICH WOULD BE IN CONFORMITY WITH THE FACTOR DEGREES ASSIGNED TO THIS JOB.
High school diploma or equivalent required
License in either electrical, HVAC, plumbing, carpentry or a general contractor’s license
Minimum of 10 years of facility maintenance experience in an aerospace or machining manufacturing environment
10 years of demonstrated leadership skills
Plumbing: ability to repipe, thread plumbing, welding of copper plumbing, soldering
Basic sheet metal working skills
Basic masonry working with cement
Ability to connect and disconnect power lines, 120v, 240v, 480v
Ability to develop a plumbing schematic
Ability to maintain and repair boilers
Ability to work with natural gas
Ability to design and fabricate items using hand and powered tools/equipment
Note: Physical job requirements may include standing, use of hands to assemble and or carry out job functions as well as sitting, lifting, carrying, bending and stooping during the course of the job.
Ability to lift 40 lbs.