Maintenance Mechanic II, Law Center Facilities - Georgetown University Law Center
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Maintenance Mechanic II, Law Center Facilities – Georgetown University Law Center
The Maintenance Mechanic II provides a direct service of the department in ensuring a comfortable, safe and clean environment in which the University community can live, learn, and work. Reporting directly to the Maintenance Manager, and working with other trades, alone or with helper as the situations requires, they perform preventive and maintenance trade work for maintaining building systems, equipment, and related components, in services that include routine and skilled preventative maintenance and repair of building systems (plumbing, electrical, carpentry, HVACR, painting, snow removal) in duties that include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for performing efficient operation, maintenance, and repair of all building systems.
- Building systems include HVAC, water treatment, electrical, lighting, plumbing, energy management, fire protection, structural, hardware and keying.
- Develops skills in installing, fabrication, constructing, troubleshooting and repairing complex mechanical and electrical equipment.
- Receives work assignments, plans work to be performed, and obtains necessary tools, equipment and materials; Completes assignments, responds to community, and completes paperwork in a timely manner.
- Demonstrates knowledge of equipment and employs service procedures and techniques indicative of first-class work.
- Possesses knowledge of safe and efficient operation of all equipment, power and hand tools. Responsible for the care of assigned equipment, tools and uniforms
- Responsible for keeping shop, equipment rooms, related mechanical areas and common area clean, organized and safe.
- Inspects all areas of the building(s) and reports deficiencies as well as suggestions for improvement
- Assist in the monitoring of contractors, inspecting work and generating deficiency lists.
- Project a positive appearance and attitude at all times. Demonstrate exemplary tenant relations, team spirit and respect of others.
- Perform snow removal and emergency services during inclement weather and University emergencies.
- Respond to all building system emergencies as directed.
- Understand community emergency procedures and ensure the safety of the Georgetown Law students, faculty, and staff.
- Drive University vehicles when required, and follows all driving procedures.
- Serve on various shifts and occasionally work extended hours, nights, weekends and holidays to ensure adequate building coverage and perform necessary repairs.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- High School diploma
- 6 years of building maintenance experience
- Graduate of a vocational or technical trade school or equivalent training
- Universal CFC certification.
- Possess a valid driver’s license in Virginia, Maryland, or District of Columbia.
- Once hired, must be qualified to conform to University Driving Policy
- Willingness to comply with life safety and OSHA requirements
The work requires the ability to lift and carry minimum of 50 lbs. to heavy items; to walk, climb stairs, able to work on scaffolds, lifts and ladders over 12 feet in length, bend and crouch, and to reach and pull to work on equipment; and to use hands, arms and legs in using the tools and materials of the trade.
The Maintenance Mechanic II is considered emergency staffing and must follow departmental and University policies regarding emergencies.
Work Mode: On Campus. Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed in order to meet the evolving needs of the University. Such review may necessitate a change to a position’s mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University’s mode of work designations for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources Mode of Work Designation.
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