SEATTLE METRO, WA
Maintenance Technician (MT1) Mon - Fri 7: 00 - 4: 30 $18.000 - $24.00
Under the supervision of the Chief Engineer or his delegate, the Maintenance Technician (hereafter referred to as MT) will perform duties that do not require the proficiencies of a Building Engineer. The MT supports the implementation and documentation of all required safety programs as well as engineering standards, operational procedures, and industry guidelines. This includes, but is not limited to, Federal, State, local, and site specific standards, policies, and protocols.
o Coordinate the procurement of and maintain inventories of necessary parts, supplies, and equipment from approved vendors.
o Demonstrate a commitment to provide industry-leading, quality customer service.
o Provides the highest level quality of service and professionalism to tenants, staff, and visitors at all times.
o Effectively utilize communications tools (such as email, messaging, two way radio, written, and verbal) with the Chief Engineer, or a designated delegate, Management, and other team members including vendors.
o Maintenance and housekeeping of all mechanical, electrical, and work areas.
o Foster an attitude that promotes safety, energy conservation, and the continuous improvement of engineering functions.
o Perform miscellaneous tasks assigned by supervisor or their delegate.
o Maintains regular workplace attendance. Technical
o Perform daily inspections, safety checks, and routine basic maintenance duties.
o As required, make all appropriate daily entries and records all pertinent data in building logbooks.
o Comply with all applicable codes, policies, and procedures.
o Comply with facility specific safety program.
o Strictly follow all environmental safety, hazardous material handling, and personal protection rules and regulations set forth by The Property, URG, Local, State, Federal and International regulations.
o Procure and maintain a Washington State Labor and Industries 07 electrical training card with the intent to accumulate enough hours to pass the 07 test and become a licensed, journeyman 07 electrician.
o Work towards achieving the EPA Universal Refrigerant License.
o Certification meeting OSHA/ACM awareness training requirements.
o A working knowledge of energy conservation strategies such as lighting controls, demand utility usage, and proper HVAC scheduling.
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