Building Maintenance Technician

A Store Maintenance Technician maintains equipment within the facility including material handling equipment, general building maintenance, electrical, electrical controls and troubleshooting, pneumatic controls and troubleshooting, forklift/reach truck maintenance, HVAC maintenance, and plumbing.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Properly maintain building equipment and systems in order to help reduce operating and repair/replacement costs.
Provide daily support for phones, POS, computers , lighting etc.
Setup lighting and air condition schedules.
Order necessary supplies and equipment such as lamps, ballasts, filters, belts, pos parts, phones etc.
Coordinate and manage work orders/ requests from the executive team.
Schedule and execute life safety system tests such as fire system , sprinkler system and emergency generator system.
Provide support for fire inspection walk throughs and insurance carrier visits/concerns.
Ensure all permits, such as elevator, escalator, boiler, generator, fire system, fire extinguishers etc are up to date and code.
Assist with planning and execution of capital projects.
Must be available to provide emergency or after hour coverage (24/7) as needed.
Provide assistance and maintenance for restaurant/kitchen equipment to avoid shutdown or slowdown of food service and to ensure no loss of spoilable product for the kitchen.
Evaluate all systems for energy saving opportunities.
Functional/Technical Skills
Technical Learning
Written Communication
Personal Learning
Knowledge of HVAC, electrical, plumbing and high mechanical aptitude is essential. Possess functional and technical skills, ability to read blueprints and schematics. Background or experience in conveyor and forklift operation and repair. Individual needs to be a self starter with excellent troubleshooting abilities. Two to five years experience along with technical training.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each job duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required.

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