$25.00 - $34.52 Per Hour
The Facilities Engineer is responsible for general maintenance and repair duties of a skilled nature to ensure the safe and efficient operations of the organization and a professional appearance of the grounds and buildings.
- Monitors, schedules, and completes work tasks individually or as part of a team within the work order system.
- Receives and distributes packages into the facility.
- Maintains all landscaped areas.
- Ensures parking lots and sidewalks are clear of snow and debris.
- Provides oversight of housekeeping staff and inventory of housekeeping supplies.
- Maintains a clean facility environment on premises e.g. upholstery and carpet spot cleaning.
- Ensures security of facilities through administration of the access control and key systems.
- Administers the MLCHC parking policy and procedure.
- Conducts and documents safety equipment checks.
- Ability to troubleshoot and resolve plumbing issues.
- Ability to modify spaces as needed using carpentry skills.
- Ability to troubleshoot and resolve electrical issues.
- Ability to troubleshoot and resolve minor heating, ventilation, and air conditioning issues.
- Ability to do professional wall repair and painting.
- Ability to maintain a roof system, including doing minor roof repair.
- Provides support to staff and patients in emergency situations, e.g., car breakdown, accidents in parking lot.
- Responsible for training and directing the work of the Maintenance worker in coordination with the Facilities Supervisor.
- Participates in physical relocation of staff work areas as requested.
- Provides additional support to all departments of the facility to meet the needs of patients and staff, e.g., purchasing some department supplies, vending machine service, vehicle care and maintenance, outside event set up, site deliveries.
- Responsible for monitoring and ensuring that facilities related vendor performance meets facilities needs.
- Job duties require knowledge and training in the field of carpentry, plumbing, and electrical, typically acquired through a formal Associates degree or trade school program in these fields or equivalent on the job experience in related field.
- Travel between work sites required. Must have reliable transportation and provide documentation of auto insurance and valid driver’s license as required
- Work is performed in an office environment as well as outdoors. May involve exposure to potential injury, including long exposure to the elements or potentially hazardous conditions.
- Possesses general work-related skills at a higher level than completion of high school, including written and verbal communications skills, computational and computer skills, and mathematical knowledge frequently acquired through completion of a “business school (non BA/BS)” or “associates degree” type program.
We are committed to providing high-quality, compassionate, and comprehensive primary health care services for the entire community. MLCHC continually transforms our health care delivery system to improve the health of the communities we serve.
If you are searching for an opportunity to work in a collegial environment, serve others and learn new skills join us at Moses Lake Community Health Center where caring, welcoming, helpful, professional behaviors are the norm, not the exception.
- 401(k) retirement program with employer contribution
- Flexible Spending/Health Reimbursement
- Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- 8.5 Paid holidays per year
- Accrual based (PTO) paid time off per MLCHC policy
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(509)-764-6101 or email@example.com