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Facility Specialist

Department: 060 - Maintenance
Location: Leesburg, FL

FUNCTION: Under general supervision, performs a variety of duties at the journey level to maintain and repair buildings, structures, and their attendant equipment. Duties include: carpentry, painting, locksmith, plumbing, electrical, control systems, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and related work as required. Incumbent may lead the work of others including those of the same classification. Depending upon need, duties of incumbents in this classification may emphasize a particular trade associated with building maintenance and repair.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs rough and finish maintenance carpentry and plastering on commercial, public and residential buildings. Repair and replace doors, windows, building hardware, fencing, and gate. Perform construction carpentry and cabinet-making. Constructs formwork for various concrete projects and place and finish concrete. Maintain, repair, and con construct roof systems. Perform general maintenance and repair work on glazing materials, floor coverings, ceramic tiles, and concrete and masonry work. Design, fabricate, and weld steel fixtures. Install and repair locks, door closers, and related hardware. Re-key building and offices and duplicate, change and master keys. Maintains electronic access control system and related component. Inspect, install troubleshoot, and repair plumbing components and plumbing fixtures. Perform maintenance and repair work on building power and lighting systems, sewage and storm pumps, motors, and HVAC systems. Repair heating, ventilation and air condition systems and related apparatus. Build, assemble, transport, install, and/or repair facility furnishings and fixtures. Assist Maintenance Supervisor in coordination of work, requisitioning of supplies and inspection of work performed. Individuals assigned to the HVAC and electrical technical positions lead other trades workers on special assignments and/or projects. Provide coordination and consultation with and communicate to outside contractors regarding the location and repair of systems and structures bordering the area involved in the contract work.  

 

KNOWLEDGE AND JOB SKILLS: Must have the ability to accurately diagnose and provide basic and complex repair to Centerís facilities in a timely manner. Must have the ability to assist as backup to Maintenance Supervisor. Understands and accurately completes required documentation in relation to maintenance of all Centerís facilities. Demonstrates verbal and written communication skills.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES:

1)     Age Specific: N/A

2)     Basic Job Readiness: Courtesy, Flexibility, Reliability, Responsiveness

3)     Personal Effectiveness: Communication, Interpersonal Skills, Self-Management, Thinking Skills

4)     Organizational/Management: Compliance, CQI Commitment, Management of Information, Organizational Participation, Safety

5)     Performance Specific: Customer Focus

JUDGMENT: Common sense and good judgment are essential to job performance.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

 

Education: High School diploma or equivalent required, trade school training required.

Experience: Minimum 8 years related experience with comprehensive knowledge of maintenance. Be proficient in all necessary trades to accomplish all assigned tasks, to include but not limited to electrical, plumbing, construction, carpentry, HV/AC and painting.

 

Personal Qualities: Must be self-motivated and dependable. Must have ability to be on call 24 hours a day and must be able to work with no direct supervision. Promotes a positive image of the Center when dealing with entire community. Displays proactive leadership in internal as well as, external interactions. Demonstrates high level of cooperation.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities: Will effectively supervise Maintenance Worker I and II.

 

Special Factors: Must demonstrate a level of understanding of the Centerís mission and vision. Promotes personal and team effectiveness in interactions that will affect the successful outcome of the Centerís mission.

 

Essential Functions: Must be able to life and/or carry items weighting seventy (70) pounds. Develops sound working relationships with all program staff to enhance the likelihood of effective outcomes for the Center. Assists in management and overseeing of the day-to-day operations of all maintenance services provided within the Center.

 

Staff Development: Complete all required staff development as outlined in Individual Training Plan.

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