Maintenance SpecialistVirginia Tech
As a member of the Planning and Operations Maintenance Department, the Trades/Utilities Maintenance Worker is responsible for the day to day maintenance operation for the department. This includes a variety of functions including plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and carpentry tasks. The successful candidate will have the ability to work independently as well as a member of a team with the focus on providing excellent customer service. Some overtime required and responds to afterhours service calls when scheduled or in emergency situations. Must be willing to work weekend shift occasionally or on a rotating shift.
Previous experience with general maintenance of commercial or institutional buildings. Previous experience with general maintenance in the areas of Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC and Carpentry; including including but not limited to diagnosing, repairing and/or replacing. Demonstrated knowledge of maintenance methods including materials, tools, procedures and safety practices. Previous experience working with / understanding blueprints and specifications. Previous experience processing complete, accurate work order reports / documentation. Previous experience with computers and Microsoft Office Suite or similar software. Strong interpersonal communication skills. Some overtime required and responds to afterhours service calls when scheduled or in emergency situations. Must be willing to work weekend shift occasionally or on a rotating shift. More complex work orders may be reassigned to a Plumber, Electrician or skilled HVAC technician if needed.
Journey or master's certification in a trade related occupation or General Contractor license preferred. Previous experience with electronic maintenance program.
September 9, 2019
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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