The primary accountabilities below are intended to describe the general content of and requirements of this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of duties.
Performs routine and preventive maintenance and repair, modify, replace and install a wide variety of low and high voltage electrical and non-medical electronic fixed or portable equipment/systems for both existing facilities and those under renovation. Reads, understands and interprets blueprints, drawings, floor plans, schedules and manufacturers operating and/or maintenance specifications as they relate to electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC and special equipment, building structures and finishes. May be called upon to perform or assist in completion of work of other maintenance personnel including, but not limited to, HVAC mechanics, maintenance technicians, general mechanics, plumbers, carpenters, sheet metal workers, masons, plasterers, painters, etc. Responds to requests for emergency as well as routine maintenance and service from building occupants. May use departmental specific software for time keeping and email. To conform to productivity standards established in the American Hospital Association table of standards.
Maintains electrical equipment according to standard procedures, diagrams and/or manufacturer.
Complies with all organizational guidelines, policies and procedures as well as related safety manuals and directives. Complies with all applicable federal, state and regulatory agency mandates: OSHA, EPA, ADEM, JCAHO, etc. Conforms to productivity standards as set forth in the American Hospital Association table of standards.
Performs a variety of general to skilled maintenance procedures: alters and repairs machines, equipment and/or facilities; alters, maintains and repairs steam, gas, water, air and sanitary plumbing pipes and fixtures; repairs and replaces valves, repairs leaks and clears drains. Performs general welding; bends, cuts, reams and threads pipe. Performs routine maintenance duties: repairs extension cords; replaces fuses, fluorescent ballasts and tubes; cleans and lubricates motors; cleans sinks and grease traps; repairs drape pull mechanisms and related items.
Services and repairs heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment: fans, motors, radiators, pumps, thermostats, dampers and regulating controls.
Must be self-directed/self-motivated
Must have good communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to perform a variety of duties often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure
Ability to work an on-call work schedule
Must be able to accept responsibility for the direction, control and planning of one's own work
Must be able to work independently
Ability to operate a hand-held device to complete work orders
Ability to recognize the rights and responsibilities of patient confidentiality
Must be able to communicate effectively with people from every socioeconomic, cultural and educational background; (8) exhibit flexibility and cope effectively in an ever-changing, fast-paced healthcare environment
Ability to perform effectively when confronted with emergency, critical, unusual or dangerous situations
Ability to demonstrate the quality work ethic of doing the right thing the right way
Must be able to maintain a customer focus and strive to satisfy the customer's perceived needs.
Required to possess the necessary physical requirements, with or without the aid of mechanical devices, to safely perform the duties and responsibilities that require performing tasks requiring wearing respirator and other personal protective equipment, such as self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), to include:
Lifting and carrying a minimum of fifty (50) pounds.
Climbing stairs, ladders and scaffolding, and working at heights above thirty (30) feet.
Performing tasks requiring bending, stooping, kneeling, and walking significant distances between and within buildings on campus.
Working in a healthcare environment
Working in confined spaces.
Working within extreme temperature ranges.
Work Schedule: Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including on-call, to meet the needs of the Hospital and department.
Hourly Pay Range: $21.80 - $26.38 (Commensurate with experience & qualifications), plus incentives current certifications: Electrician Master Card (upon hire) and NICET FAS II (after successfully completing 6-month probationary period).
High School diploma or GED and four (4) years of related experience required.
Currently licensed with a Journeyman Electrician Registration from the City of Birmingham or obtain by date of employment offer required.
Driving record should meet University underwriting guidelines to drive vehicle in performance of University business. Current underwriting guidelines include possession a valid driver's license, issued in the United States; at least 21 years of age; at least three years of driving experience; maintain an acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
Incomplete job profiles will not be processed. Please be certain to showcase depth and breadth of experience, as it relates to the needs of this job announcement.
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