ThedaCare’s reputation for providing outstanding, individualized care is directly attributed to the unrelenting passion for safety and quality demonstrated by our team members. We advocate for each patient by providing timely information and convenient access that empower them to make confident decisions about their health. Our combined expertise allow us to better predict and prevent disease and support a more proactive approach to care, making a critical difference in the lives of our patients and their families.
A career with ThedaCare means much more than excellent compensation and benefits. Our team members are supported by continued opportunities for learning and development, accessible and transparent leadership, and a commitment to work/life balance. If you’re interested in joining a healthcare system that is changing the face of care and wellbeing in our community, we encourage you to explore a future with ThedaCare.
Job Description Summary :
The Facilities Technician II performs scheduled and unscheduled intermediate building maintenance tasks such as general maintenance, carpentry, electrical, heating/ventilation/air conditioning, plumbing, power plant, painting, and building and grounds. Works efficiently to maintain ThedaCare facilities in a safe and pleasant condition.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: 1. Provides a timely and effective response to unanticipated facility needs minimizing risks to patient and team members to maintain safety and avoid interruption of service. 2. Maintains compliance with safety procedures and city, county, state, and national ordinances and codes. 3. Inspects buildings, systems, components, and other structures to determine functional status of the equipment. 4. Detects malfunctions and the need for repairs by making notes and recommendations within a standardized maintenance program. 5. Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for the following based on qualifications and/or skills: a. Electrical equipment including installation, replacement or repair of light fixtures, outlets, switches, electric lighting, ballasts, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs and tubes, sockets, fuses, minor appliances, and cords using appropriate hand, power, and specialty tools. b. Plumbing equipment and systems including installation, replacement, or repair of faucets, toilets, sinks, eyewash stations, gaskets, valves on equipment, drains and faucets, and miscellaneous repairs. Assists with maintenance of the potable water treatment equipment and dialysis equipment. c. HVAC equipment and systems including replacement of filters, belts, and clean coils, and intake screens, cleaning and replacement of piping and tubing for ice machines and refrigerators, cleaning and sanitizing of water and refrigeration equipment to ensure the facility meets all healthcare environment standards. Repair, replace, and/or maintain refrigeration equipment, reducing gears on mechanical equipment, troubleshoot VFD, VAV, medical air compressors, vacuum pumps, and any other mechanical equipment related to the physical plant. Adjust and repair fire/smoke dampers, operational knowledge of Metasys, Temptrack, and other monitoring equipment programs. Preventative maintenance and schedule repairs as needed. d. Power plant equipment and systems (i.e., boilers, hot and cold water systems, chiller plants, and water softener systems). e. General building maintenance (i.e., build, install, and/or modify campus workspaces, hang doors, fix locks and handles, move equipment and furnishings) to accommodate user needs and maximize space using various hand, power, and specialty tools, dollies, and hand trucks. f. Patient care equipment, fire detection and extinguishing system, and ancillary healthcare systems (i.e., tube system). g. Carpentry work including construction of partitions, ceilings and flooring, repair or replacement of cabinetry, shelves, furniture, doors and hardware. Able to construct ICRA barriers. h. Prepares surfaces by applying coats of paint, varnish, stain, enamel, or lacquer to decorate and protect interior or exterior surfaces. Inspects, caulks, and repairs fire and smoke walls. Hangs pictures, banners, frames, etc., according to ThedaCare standards. i. Exterior buildings and grounds. 6. Orders parts and maintains required documents. 7. Performs other work as assigned. 8. Attends training sessions and seminars to achieve and/or maintain qualifications or certifications. QUALIFICATIONS: • High school diploma or GED • One year of technical/trade school training and one year of experience in maintenance or a related field, or two years of experience in maintenance or a related field PHYSICAL DEMANDS: • Ability to move freely (standing, stooping, walking, bending, pushing, and pulling) and lift up to a maximum of fifty (50) pounds without assistance • Job classification is exposed to blood borne pathogens (blood or bodily fluids) while performing job duties WORK ENVIRONMENT: • Occasional exposure to sharp objects and instruments • Frequent exposure to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and risk of electrical shock • Frequent high noise level in work environment • Possible exposure to communicable diseases, hazardous materials, and pharmacological agents • Occasional contact with aggressive and or combative patients
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ThedaCare Medical Center – Shawano – Shawano,Wisconsin