Full-time, Permanent Position, Available on: 2022-07-06
Responsible for experience in commercial carpentry, HVAC, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems and equipment, locksmithing and other tasks that may be assigned in the most efficient and workmanlike manner. Responsible for maintaining the quality and quantity of his/her work up to acceptable company standards and in accordance with established policies.
Practices a resident-centered focus with a high level of customer service and communication. Creating an environment of compassion by acknowledging and respecting the individuality of each resident.
Responsible for scheduling daily workloads and insuring work is completed on time and at acceptable workmanship standards.
Basic understanding of local and national building codes
Skilled in the areas of framing and finish carpentry with metal and wood studs.
Takes responsibility for own actions and monitors personal performance to ensure quality resident care and quality services.
An aptitude for painting, basic plumbing, electrical and computer operations
The ability to accept and implement job responsibilities accurately, prioritize workload and adjust schedule as needed.
Responds to The ability to trouble shoot and problem solve.
The ability to prioritize work, be flexible, work cooperatively and efficiently with minimal supervision.
The ability to follow proper safety, lifting, pushing, pulling, sanitation, exposure control, infection control, fire and disaster procedures, and Residents Rights. Has knowledge of building and other related codes.
Assist when needed in all areas of maintenance when work load dictates the need.
Completes planned preventive maintenance and work orders within recommended time frame.
Responds to emergency/after hour calls including snow removal.
Perform preventive maintenance work in its entirety, complete or schedule repairs as needed, and maintain the necessary records consistent with the maintenance tracking system
Understanding of key systems, automatic doors, door entry systems, and Door hardware.
Responsible to be available for any emergency that may require additional manpower to ensure normal operations.
Knowledge of fire alarm system and any other emergency alarm system.
Able to make suggestions on time and enerfy saving solutions
Responsible for maintaining assigned tool and equipment inventory in good safe working condition. This includes radio, keys, and badge
Help maintain maintenance vehicles by replacing stock and keeping interior clean.
Keeps current on new technologies
Responsible to maintain parts and supplies for general maintenance and carpentry
Employee has completed annual compliance and HIPAA training and exhibits behavior as set forth by the code of conduct in the performance of their duties.
Mandatory training requirements completed as assigned.
Adheres to MHC and department specific policies as well as OSHA, fire and DOH and all related codes.
Responsible for the coordination of material availability for the completion of work. Purchase materials in accordance with company purchasing policies.
Interfaces with customers, contractors, and staff to assure quality service is being performed. Attend and schedule project and customer meetings as required for assigned projects.
Responsible to report any unsafe conditions found throughout MHC.
Responsible to be available for any emergency requiring additional manpower to ensure normal operations.
Identify cost savings measures that can be implemented.
Complete employee annual compliance and HIPAA training required by due dates.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO SUCCESSFULLY PERFORM MAJOR DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to effectively interact with other functional disciplines and departments
Demonstrated ability and motivation to deliver high degree of customer service
Ability to work independently
Knowledge of established maintenance, fire, OSHA, hazardous material, insurance, and safety regulations and procedures.
Proven ability to read, interpret and work from blue prints, schematics, diagrams, etc. Capable of providing a sketch for direction to craftsmen.
Ensure safe working conditions are being maintained in areas under his/her care. Accomplish all work safely. Request training or information to define hazards or environmental risk if not known.
Have a current state issued Driver’s License.
Participating in safety training programs and provide leadership by example.
Ability to interact well with all types/levels of people, both internal and external
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma or equivalent with technical school certification.
Minimum 5 years direct experience in commercial and office building operations and maintenance or construction experience required. Three years minimum supervising experience necessary.
Company: Mennonite Home Communities
1520 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster, PA 17601
Contact: Justin Lewis