Trinity Health Maintenance Mechanic (HVAC) - Evening Shift in Syracuse, New York
Employment Type:Full timeShift:Day Shift
Description:Evening Shift - 3:00pm - 11:30pm
POSITION TITLE: Maintenance Mechanic (HVAC)
The job of Facilities Services Maintenance Mechanic was established for the purpose/s of providing maintenance services with specific responsibility for ensuring completion of assigned work order projects; performing a wide variety of skilled maintenance activities (e. g. carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems, alarms – Direct Digital Control, Pevco Tube System, Fire System Control, Medical Gas System, Generator Systems, Computer Monitoring Systems boilers, etc.) and any other duties as directed;
EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:
Maintenance Mechanic: High School graduate or recognized equivalent plus formal trade/vocational school training or five (5) years related experience. Completion of apprenticeship program preferred.
Participates in orientation and continuing education in order to maintain the knowledge and skills related to specific areas of expertise. Completes population specific competency annually on populations served as identified in scope of care and service.
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT, SKILLS OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of five (5) years’ experience as a millwright, steamfitter, plumber, HVAC or tradesman in a commercial, industrial or healthcare setting.
Special Skills/Equipment: Working knowledge of computer skills and Microsoft Outlook, Building Management Systems, and modern Nurse Call systems. Working knowledge of plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and Refrigeration. . Must have the ability to read and interpret blue prints and prepare material takeoffs.
Abilityto use standard hand tools, machinery and equipment plus precision measuring tools.
Must have the ability to complete rotating shifts, weekends and holidays, as needed.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND HAZARDS:
Industrial setting: Clinical setting occasionally. Exposure Class I. Routine or potential exposure to blood, body fluids, excretions or secretions. Intermittent to regular exposure to unpleasant physical conditions, including but not limited to: high temperatures and general outdoor seasonal weather conditions. Occasional to regular exposure to situations that could cause moderate to serious injury or illness, including but not limited to use of hand tools, power tools, operation of machinery and equipment, confined space entry, materials and equipment cleaning utilizing various cleaning solutions.
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:
Provides emergency response to all hospital mechanical systems as required
Performs general plumbing functions
Performs general HVAC functions
Performs routine Preventive Maintenance and repair on all utility systems
Supports construction / renovation project installations as assigned
Performs general cleaning of maintenance areas and mechanical rooms
Works efficiently and completes assigned tasks in a timely manner
Projects a positive and professional image of self and the hospital
Performs general maintenance functions (e.g. Updating Work orders, services calls etc.)
Understands and has a working knowledge of the DDC System, Pevco Tube system, Medical Gas Alarm Panels, Fire Systems
Analyzes blue prints, schematics, and drawings for the purpose of determining the efficient installation of new or upgraded systems
Performs a variety of skilled trade functions (e.g. plumbing, painting, HVAC, carpentry, etc.) for the purpose of completing projects within established time frames
Maintains / troubleshoots / repairs Refrigeration systems. (Ice machines, coolers, refrigerators’, etc,
Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit
Maintain and operate power tools, (drain snakes, pipe threader (manual and portable, pro press, drills etc.)
Install plumbing systems (water and sanitary piping)
Replace and rough in water closets
Replace and rough in sink and showers
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