Reliant Medical Group is seeking an experienced Lead Facilities Maintenance Technician (Lead Site Service Technician) to join our exciting and innovative team. If you are looking for a career that will transform, inspire, challenge and reward you then come join us!
Full Time: 38.75
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00AM - 5:00PM Hours will vary including occasional evenings
Performs a variety of duties to assist in the direction, coordination and oversight of assigned staff at multiple sites. Performs orientation and training of new employees. Schedules staff and purchases supplies. Provides input into performance appraisals, goals and objectives. Participates in interviewing and selection process of new candidates.
Responsible for shipping/receiving, internal delivery of supplies/equipment, mail, general maintenance, snow removal, par stocking and other related duties.
Relays work instruction from the manager/supervisor. Distributes and monitors the flow of work for an assigned group of employees. Provides training and technical assistance to employees within the assigned work areas. Assists manager/supervisor in assuring that assigned employees are provided with appropriate resources, materials, and methods. Provides recommendations to manager/supervisor for the most efficient utilization of assigned employees. Provides manager/supervisor with input into performance evaluations, employee schedules, new hires, etc.
Coordinates and maintains time off schedules and site coverage for assigned staff at all sites.
Receives, verifies, and counts inventory and direct purchases. Enters information into the computer system following standard procedure.
Notes delivery location on packages received. Files packing slips and other paperwork in accordance with department policies.
Receives products and unpacks from case packaging as required. Handles product in a manner to minimize damage.
Forwards packing slips/vendor invoices to Accounts Payable.
Prepares packages for shipping through inside and outside services as necessary.
Transports product to proper destination utilizing the appropriate warehouse equipment.
Processes all returned products accurately following standard procedures.
Rotates stock to ensure oldest is used first so stock does not expire. Replenishes stock as needed.
Utilizes computer pick sheets, retrieves product from shelves and packages for shipment as required.
Provides documentation to inventory control and assists with physical inventories as required.
Delivers and collects interoffice, USPS/bulk mail, medical records, x-rays, supplies, etc.
Ensures effective and timely interoffice delivery and collection.
Performs routine maintenance activities such as, light bulb replacement, ceiling tile replacement, shutting off water due to leaking faucets or drains, clogs, miscellaneous repairs, etc.
Identifies safety issues such as ripped carpets, cracked cement on walkways, etc. Repairs and/or notifies appropriate areas of issues.
Receives requests for shelving, light moves, temp controls, etc. Processes the requests within position responsibility.
Maintains building maintenance inventory at established levels. Orders and receives inventory as required.
Greets and directs contractors such as electricians, plumbers, HVAC, roofing, carpenters, etc., to the location of the issue. Has contractors return after repair and follows up with appropriate area.
Monitors and maintains a variety of monthly, quarterly and yearly inspection/logs such as extinguishers, emergency lighting, exit lighting, fire, generator, elevator, sprinkler, fire alarm, building evacuation, etc., following standard procedure.
Maintains and updated egress chart as required.
Completes documentation such as time sheets, preventative maintenance sheets, etc. following standard procedure.
Identifies and recognizes needed repairs. Implements and troubleshoots corrective action through proper channels.
Plans workload in order to evaluate priorities and achieve efficiency in the schedule.
Maintains, repairs, and utilizes all tools and equipment in an appropriate manner.
Reports to supervisor any unsafe or non-routine issues.
Maintains a clean and safe work environment.
Removes and replaces full Sharp containers, Bio-Hazard boxes from departments to designated storage area, emptying bins containing HIPPA materials for shredding, etc., following standard procedures.
Complies with health and safety requirements and with regulatory agencies such as Community
Health Accreditation Program, Department of Transportation, Federal Drug Administration, etc.
Complies with established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives.
Enhances professional growth and development through educational programs, seminars, etc.
Attends a variety of meetings, conferences, and seminars as required or directed.
Performs other similar and related duties as required or directed.
Regular, reliable and predicable attendance is required.
High School Diploma, Vocational, Technical School Graduate or equivalent and five years’ relevant experience. Demonstrated leadership ability. Ability to count, read, write, speak and follow oral instructions in English. Ability to work independently and within a team. Ability to multi-task and shift priorities. Current valid Massachusetts driver’s license. Knowledge of various software applications such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, etc. Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Able to lift packages, boxes up to 50 pounds.