Mercy Medical Center Clinton Maintenance Tech- Maple Vista in Maple Vista - Imlay City, Michigan
The Environmental Services Technician is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, and overseeing the cleanliness, maintenance and repair work at the community including property and equipment to ensure a comfortable, safe and clean environment for residents and staff members. Ensures that services are performed in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations governing our community.
Disclaimer: The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the individual in this position. Other duties may be assigned as deemed necessary or appropriate by management.
Establish and maintain a preventive maintenance program ensuring that equipment is kept in good working condition. Maintains records of maintenance schedules and repairs and performs work as needed. Notify Housing Manager for capital needs.
Assure the continued ability to provide a clean, safe, and comfortable environment. Ensure outside services are properly completed/supervised in accordance with contracts/work orders. Make scheduled/daily rounds to ensure equipment is in proper working condition and community appearance meets standards. Maintain a productive working relationship with other community personnel.
Oversees work orders and needed maintenance issues on a timely basis.
Oversee all aspects of maintaining the community, performing minor repairs and coordinating major repairs and renovations, seeking quotes, interviewing third party contractors. Evaluates maintenance services provided by third party vendors.
Serve on various community committees including Safety, and provide written/oral reports as required by the Committee's guidelines or direction, evaluating and implementing recommendations.
Maintain department budget, place orders for equipment and supplies as necessary.
Assist in the recruitment, interviewing, and selection of personnel for the Community or Department.
May be asked to transport residents in a company vehicle to and from appointments, shopping, etc.
Manage and oversee the community’s safety protection and prevention, fire protection and prevention, and material safety data sheets (MSDS). Provide and oversee hazardous material education and accountability. Ensure the containers of hazardous chemicals in the department are properly labeled and stored. Ensure disinfecting and decontamination supplies are EPA approved.
Ensure a stock level of supplies required by Environmental Services, reporting equipment or community damage to the Housing Manager and recommending equipment and supply needs. Make periodic rounds to check equipment, supply rooms, and work areas, ensuring necessary equipment is available and in working order.
Manage and oversee the outside grounds of the community. Assure grounds are maintained, such as removal of snow, leaves etc., as well as the third party contractors that may be employed to take care of the grounds.
Assist in preparing and planning the department’s budget, making adjustments where necessary. Maintain current, written records of department expenditures, including financial records and cost reports.
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