Facility Maintenance Technician 188239
Torrance, CA 90501 US
HKA is working on behalf of Jacobs and this role is to support Jacobs’ work through HKA.
To perform building upkeep and repairs, building maintenance worker's duties and responsibilities often include:
• Maintaining records of any work and inspections done on-premises
• Performing inventory on repair supplies
• Keeping repair tools and supplies clean and organized
• Setting up repair appointments with mechanics or electricians when needed
• Making and installing new furniture or equipment
• Ensuring all safety systems are functioning properly, including smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
• Conducting routine maintenance on equipment and building systems
• Completing safety checks on systems and equipment
• Doing pest control, pool maintenance and landscaping
• Performing general maintenance tasks for the building or buildings, such as window washing, drywall repair, plastering, carpentry, flooring repair, painting and more
• Detecting, identifying and repairing building issues, like basic problems with the building's electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems
• Responding to and completing tenant or supervisor maintenance requests.
To be an effective building maintenance worker, you should possess several soft and hard skills, including:
• Communication skills: Maintenance workers often interact with tenants, customers and supervisors, so they need to be able to communicate in a way that is both clear and friendly.
• Time management skills: In many cases, a building maintenance worker has to manage daily tasks and long-term projects. To do this effectively, they need to be able to prioritize tasks, create schedules and develop timelines for completing the work and organizing their time.
• Diagnostic skills: Problem-solving and critical thinking are key in this line of work because maintenance technicians regularly have to diagnose issues and develop effective solutions.
• Physical strength: This job can be physically demanding, requiring workers to adjust heavy equipment, squeeze through tight spaces, climb tall ladders and carry heavy objects.
• Technical skills: Regardless of whether they decide to specialize in a trade, maintenance workers need a basic understanding of electric systems, painting, carpentry and plumbing.
• Mechanical skills: This job necessitates expertise in a variety of systems, equipment and tools to effectively complete some of the more complex projects
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