Maintenance Mechanic I - 2nd Shift

US-TN-Nashville (Midtown)
Job ID
2017-7909
Category
Facilities
Company Name
Medxcel Facilities Management

Overview

The Maintenance Mechanic I (2nd Shift) performs preventive maintenance, troubleshoots, diagnoses, and repairs mechanical systems and equipment for the facilities for Medxcel Facilities Management throughout the assigned working location of St. Thomas Midtown - Nashville, TN.  Specialized knowledge and expertise in HVAC, motors, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems are required to perform a variety of duties including: repairing heating, lighting, cooling, plumbing, ventilation systems and equipment; installation and maintenance of motors; and the installation and maintenance of specialized equipment.

Responsibilities

  • Assists with performing testing, inspection, implementation and maintenance of equipment, systems and structures.  
  • Performs assigned preventative maintenance on equipment (i.e., compressors, vac pumps, exhaust fans, air handlers, vents, fan coil units, water coolers, refrigerators, ice machines, etc.) in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Performs minor repairs and replacements, including replacing light bulbs and fire extinguishers, as requested/necessary.
  • Receives and distributes materials throughout the facility.
  • Performs the moving of items within/between locations and from/to storage, including furniture, equipment, and files.
  • May perform daily rounds to provide service, repair and maintenance on transport equipment, wheel chairs; TVs, nurse call systems; medical gas outlets, alarm panels and zone valve locations and other equipment as assigned.
  • May repair or replace faulty or damaged mechanical, electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, and boiler equipment. Repairs leaking connections, fittings, couplings and fixtures, faucets, washers, seats, stems and valves; replaces spigots, faucets and valves; unstops obstructed plumbing lines and fixtures.
  • May repair overhead paging systems; consults with customers on the operation and repair of non-life support patient equipment.
  • Follows Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required.
  • Performs safety checks to comply with regulatory codes.

 

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent required.
  • Completion of a recognized program in vocational training for the relevant trade preferred.
  • Five years mechanical experience required.
  • Experience in healthcare facility.
  • Two years journey level experience in a related trade.
  • Valid driver’s license required. 

 

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