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Maintenance Technician The George Mason University Department of Housing and Residence Life invites applications for a Maintenance Technician.
George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.
Responsibilities: * Daily communications with Housing staff to ascertain current work needs; * Tracks time and work orders in on-line work-order management system; * Notifies supervisor within an hour of identifying the inability to repair or maintain an issue; * Maintains inventory of equipment, supplies and tools; * Electrical: repairs electrical systems; outlets and cords; resets breakers; installs motors and belts, as needed; responds to all electrical request as needed; performs preventative maintenance on electrical equipment as scheduled.
Replacing ballasts, switches, and relays on light fixtures, including emergency and dimming fixtures; * Plumbing: stops overflowing and clogged toilets which may include removing toilets and using snake K50 or larger (K65); unstops showers and sinks; repairs valves, gaskets and lines (this includes, but is not limited to, water, sewer, replacement of garbage disposals, steam and condensate lines); responds to all requests for plumbing service as directed; replacing plumbing fixtures such as sinks and faucets, shower heads and necks; performs preventative maintenance on plumbing equipment as scheduled; * HVAC: restarts all types of industrial HVAC units; makes repairs on window units; monitors HVAC chemical equipment; changes filters and fan belts; cleans coils; lubrication of bearings; opens HVAC drains; responds to all requests for HVAC; performs preventative maintenance on HVAC equipment as scheduled; to include but not limited to replacing thermostats, actuators, motors, capacitors, transformers, sensors, and control boards; * Carpentry: performs carpentry repairs on doors, door hardware, windows, walls, shelving, and other carpentry repairs as needed such as replacing damaged drywall, shower tiles, and vanities; * Painting: patching, caulking, priming, staining, and painting ceilings, walls, doors, windows, and other items as needed; * General Building Maintenance: responds to building issues and resident requests for basic building needs including, but not limited to, exterior building maintenance, light bulb replacement, tile and other floor coverings installation, etc.; * Inspects residential facilities and equipment during daily walk-throughs to ascertain required repairs and reports discrepancies; * Communicates with the night shift any outstanding projects and unresolved issues; * Troubleshoots, identifies needed appliance repairs and installs new appliances including, but not limited to microwaves, stoves/ovens, refrigerators, dishwashers, and range hoods; * Is considered an essential employee for the Office of Housing and Residence Life in regards to severe weather; * Is required to work on-call on a rotating basis which may include evening and weekend coverage; * Is subject to recall after hours in the event of campus emergencies, disasters or other special needs as directed by management; * Reports all matters of safety to the appropriate supervisor; * Establishes and maintains a positive and operative working relationship with members of the department and the campus community; * Effectively performs in a service environment; * Must strictly adhere to Key Control,Computing,Emergency Safety and Health, and Human Resource guideline And policies; * Follows all State, University and departmental policies, procedures and practices; * Performs other related duties as assigned; * Performs snow removal, ice removal, and grounds upkeep; * Picks-up and makes deliveries of supplies from vendors; * Maintains proficiency at current level and continually updates knowledge through appropriate courses, seminars, publications, training sessions, and other contacts in the trade; * Maintains acceptable attendance record, punctuality and meeting deadlines; * Promptly reports accidents on the job, preparing and submitting accident reports; * When instructed, attends and participates effectively in training sessions and meetings; * Resolves maintenance issues by clarifying student complaint; * Professionally handles incoming requests from students and stakeholders to ensure that issues are resolved both promptly and thoroughly; * Provides quality service and support for maintenance issues and concerns.
Required Qualifications: * General knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting/wall repairs and installation as needed; * Strong customer service focus and demeanor; * Basic Computer Skills; * Ability to practice effective written and oral communication skills with students, faculty and staff; * Ability to read, understand and abide by all safety policies and procedures; * Ability to read, understand and follow equipment and system manuals; * Because of the nature of the position and frequent verbal contact, candidates should command the English language; * Strong customer service skills; * Ability to work well with others and in a team.
Special licenses, registration, or certification: * Valid driver’s license with a good driving record; must be insurable; * High school education plus specialized training.
Prefrerred Qualifications: * HVAC certification; * EPA certification in refrigerant handling and recovery; * Preferred-three (3) years related experience.
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