Department Name FACILITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES Job Description POSITION SUMMARYNonexempt (Hourly - Eligible for overtime) To perform routine, preventive and emergency maintenance tasks.
To assist in repairs of all devices or systems included in the facilities equipment inventory as well as fixed building features such as lights, plumbing fixtures and equipment listed in the Building Maintenance Program.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSHigh School diploma or GED and two (2) years of related experience required.
Work experience may substitute for minimum education requirement.
CORE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND SKILLSRepairs minor issues with cabinetry as needed.
Performs minor repairs on wheelchairs, stretchers and hospital beds.
Overall Core Job Responsibilities ratings Ensures sinks and toilets are all in working order.
Makes cosmetic repairs to walls and ceilings as needed.
Replaces ceiling tiles and cover bases as assigned.
Maintains all types of lighting throughout the facility.
Responds to issues with the nurse call system and repairs or calls for assistance from vendor when necessary.
Other Requirements CONTACTSNo patient contactPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENTCarry/Lift Climb Occasionally, up to 20% of the time Body Fluid Exposure:
No supervisory responsibility.
Preferred Qualifications LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS / REGISTRATIONSNone specifiedKNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIESProcess improvement and quality skills Ability to problem-solve Ability to multi-taskPosition Status Regular Shift Days Hours of Work 7am-3:
30pm Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time Hours Per Week 40 Location Princeton Baptist Medical Center Address Line 1 701 Princeton Ave State Alabama City Birmingham Zip Code 35211 Auto req ID 1846BR Removal Date 11-Apr-2015

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