Facilities Maintenance Technician

Join the Y of Metro Atlanta as a Facilities Maintenance Technician!
Job Description

The Facilities Maintenance Technician will report to the Facility Manager and is responsible for day-to-day facilities and grounds repairs as well as emergency and preventive maintenance.

  • 1+ years of experience with property maintenance
  • Knowledge in building maintenance and grounds keeping
  • Proven skills in detail reporting, written & verbal communications, and multitasking
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to physically tour buildings and outdoor sites unaccompanied
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a Department of Motor Vehicle Check.
Essential Functions
  • Estimates time and materials needed to complete repair.
  • Orders necessary materials and supplies to complete all tasks.
  • Assists with installation and modification of building equipment systems.
  • Assists with troubleshooting and repairs of buildings and installed systems including plumbing systems, kitchen equipment, roofs, drains, shop, and HVAC.
  • Maintains lighting systems throughout the facility, cleaning fixtures and replacing bulbs and lamps.
  • Responds quickly to emergency situations, summoning additional assistance.
  • Troubleshoots equipment issues.
  • Perform preventive maintenance activities and documents per required systems.
  • Promotes and ensures facility safety and security.
  • Complete daily work orders as assigned.
  • Work Orders will include repair and maintenance assignments as listed above.
  • Ensure all maintenance and repair activities are recorded, organized, and complete.
  • Assist with preventative maintenance program, which includes PM on facility equipment.
  • May occasionally be required to use company vehicle to pick up supplies or make deliveries.
  • Repairing broken or leaking plumbing to avoid water damage and restore full use of water fixtures.
  • Working on damaged electrical wiring when a shortage or severed wire occurs.
  • Maintaining the building Heating equipment to keep climate control in the facility functioning properly.
  • Applying preventative measures to the building to reduce the risk of future problems.
  • Fixing potential safety hazards to avoid injuries.
  • Painting the building when old paint has become faded or chipped