1 Building HVAC System Repairs - works with Building Coordinators, HVAC Technician, and Utilities staff to analyze and repair heating, ventilation and air conditioning operational problems in assigned area. Coordinates with Utilities and zone staff to repair building system HVAC components and assures proper operation. Diagnose and correct building HVAC System / component abnormalities quickly and efficiently
2 Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Building Equipment - maintains, troubleshoots and repairs - HVAC heating and cooling components and systems including air handlers, pumps, fans, compressors, plumbing fixtures and vacuum systems.
3 Facility Maintenance and Repairs - performs facility maintenance relating to building electrical, plumbing., doors windows roofs, fire equipment, painting of interiors or exteriors, ceiling tiles, flooring and carpet. Typically includes replacing of lights and ballasts, and the use of heavy duty augers and sewer cleaning equipment to unplug blocked drains, sinks, and toilets. Accurately completes all paperwork in a timely manner (daily labor reports, job plans, or work orders etc.). Maintains cleanliness and orderliness of immediate work area, and maintains security of personal hand tools, common shop tools, supplies, and vehicles.
4 Professional Development and Training - Requires continuous development of technical skills to keep pace with technological changes. Reviews technical journals and relevant literature, and attends training as needed to stay current with changes in technology; serves as resource to other team members on complex changes in the field. Instructs and provides technical leadership to other Facility Management staff. Instructs lesser skilled employees as they assist in maintenance functions to help them develop their skills and provide a progressive work environment. Attends departmental meetings and successfully completes any proficiency evaluation (verbal or written) which may be required to demonstrate adequate comprehension, and to satisfy requirements of OSHA, NIH, and other agencies upon which OHSU depends for accreditation.
5 Fabrication - Fabricates tools, machinery and machine parts from metal, wood, plastic, and sheet metal using some machine tools and other forming tools and equipment. Forges, Tempers, straightens, bends and welds iron and steel. Solders or brazes other non - ferrous metals. Repairs small plant or specialty equipment.
6 Administrative and Functional Duties - Accurately complete all paperwork as required (daily labor reports, job plans, work orders, etc.) and turn in all paperwork in time. Maintain cleanliness and orderliness of immediate work area and maintain security of personal hand tools, common shop tools, supplies, and vehicles. Perform emergency duties or other duties as assigned by the Associate Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate or designee.
7 Customer Service \u2014 Assumes role as primary customer service representative for all Facilities & Logistics operations and services on assigned Work Orders, responding to both internal and external customers in a timely, effective, and professional manner, developing positive working relationships.
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