Maintenance Engineer II - Hillside Rehab Hospital - Full Time
Responsible to Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital for supporting the corporate mission, vision and values. Responsible to Facilities Maintenance for general upkeep of buildings, grounds, equipment, and utilities. Responsible to the customer for courteous, accurate, timely service.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND MAJOR DUTIES
- Interprets electrical schematics and ladder diagrams to diagnose problems. Installs wiring, conduits, and receptacles. Repairs, installs, maintains electrical motors, parts, and pumps.
- Performs pipe fitting up to 3” or under. Installs, repairs, replaces plumbing fixtures, fittings, valves and controls.
- Performs scheduled preventive maintenance jobs.
- Analyzes schematics, diagnoses problems and repairs problems in refrigeration, heating and cooling units. Installs, rebuilds, replaces and repairs boilers, a/c compressors and all associated components.
- Performs minor carpentry, concrete and painting work.
- Repairs and maintains patient beds, wheelchairs, etc. Installs, repairs and maintains patient rooms (nurse calls, call cords, lighting etc.), various hospital equipment, and maintains all air compressors.
- Performs groundskeeper duties in emergency situations.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The above statements reflects the general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all the work assignments that may be inherent in the job.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High school graduate or GED with related experience or training in facilities maintenance. Completion of a college or technical training program in HVAC, electronics, and electrical wiring required or is an experienced journeyman on this or related jobs in a healthcare or commercial facility. Experience in digital and pneumatic controls and trouble shooting required. Previous experience as a maintenance mechanic preferred.
LICENSURE, REGISTRATION AND/OR CERTIFICATION
Valid Ohio driver’s license and/or CDL and proof of current insurance required. Certification in Refrigerant Transition and Recovery by US EPA required or obtain certification within 12 months. Certificate or degree from a college or technical training program in HVAC and electronics or experienced journeyman on this or related jobs in a healthcare or commercial facility.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Ability to define complicated physical or technical relationships. (Examples: operation of boilers, electric motors, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, air handlers, compressors, steam pressures, etc.) Ability to read and interpret electrical schematics and ladder diagrams to diagnose problems.