Maintenance Tech II

$17.00 - $22.00 hourly
  • Vista Maria
  • Remote (
  • Sep 28, 2022
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:                    In  accordance  with  the  Agency’s  mission  statement,
policies  and  procedures,  professional  Code  of  Ethics,
State  of  Michigan  licensing  and  COA  standards;  the
Maintenance    Worker    II    is    responsible    for    the
mechanical equipment, landscaping, repairs and upkeep
of building systems as assigned.
•     Plans  and  organizes  work  to  meet  all  job  requirements  according  to  code  
and  regulatory
compliance, agency, and professional standards.
•     Prepares for, participates in, or leads supervision, team, and other agency 
•     Works  cooperatively  and  in  collaboration  with  others  staff  and  
representatives  of  other
•     Performs  and  documents  major  and  minor  repairs,  inspections,  and  routine  
upkeep  of  all
systems across campus.
•     Initiates and uses skills to accurately identify problems and implement timely, 
efficient, and
effective solutions.
•     Uses supervision appropriately as a vehicle for further professional development.
•    Gives  leadership  and  assists  as  needed  to  volunteer  groups  and  other  
•    Communicates in a clear, timely, and appropriate manner.
•     Completes all assigned work in a timely and accurate manner.
•     Participates in continuous quality improvement efforts.
•     Demonstrates personal integrity and professional demeanor in accordance with the 
ethics of
the agency and profession.
•     Stays informed of current practice developments within the profession, and uses 
and training opportunities to ensure continual professional competence and development.
•     Performs all other duties as required or requested, keeping within the scope of this 
Minimum Required:
•     High school diploma or G.E.D.
•     Five (5) years experience as maintenance worker.
•     Ability to keep detailed records and reports.
•     Executing   maintenance   requests   which   consist   of   preventative,   general  
 and   complex
maintenance/repairs,  such  as  painting,  carpentry  and  wall  repairs,  electrical,  plumbing  
seasonal outdoor work (landscaping and snow-plowing) within established time frames.

•     Valid Michigan driver’s license without relevant restrictions.
•     Demonstrated skills in diagnosis and corrective repair action.
•     Demonstrated ability to perform full range motion activities, including the ability 
to safely lift
and move 50 pound loads.
•     Demonstrated computer literacy skills.
•     Demonstrated ability to interact positively in a culturally diverse environment.
•     Experience in HVAC or boiler repairs.
•     Certificate or license in related skilled trade.