The Facilities Technician Assistant, under the general direction of the Facilities Manager, assists employees in the Technician and Senior Technician classifications in performing routine corrective and preventative maintenance work on the facilities operating equipment and systems and performs related duties as required. This laborer-level position may complete work under direct supervision, with some moderate problem solving required. Duties may include, but are not limited to, work on plumbing and electrical systems, doors, windows, roofs, fire equipment, HVAC components, as well as general labor duties.
High school diploma or equivalent
One year of facilities maintenance or trades related experience or successful completion of a Facilities Maintenance technical training program
Basic/Intermediate PC skills to operate systems (Microsoft Office, data entry, email)
Drivers license valid in the state of Oregon or Washington
3 years experience in Health Facilities Maintenance or trades-related experience OR completion of an approved Mechanical Maintenance Apprenticeship Program
Knowledge of minor repairs on basic building systems. Some knowledge, skill and experience in the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems and components
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