About the Position:

The Facilities Maintenance Specialist performs a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance, construction, and renovation work.  This position requires a working knowledge of plumbing and electrical systems, construction building codes, ADA compliance regulations, air/refrigeration systems, carpentry and painting, hazardous waste and chemical procedures, Title 19 Life safety codes, and seismic upgrades. Performs the following duties and responsibilities independently and as part of team


  • Installation or repair of water, steam, gas, sanitary, storm and drain systems or other types of pipe, fitting, traps, vacuum breakers, and valves.
  • Cutting, threading, bending, assembling, welding, soldering and fastening of various types and sizes of pipe.
  • Opening clogged and clearing drains with manual/electrical snakes or water jet.
  • Install/maintain/repair vents, traps, faucets, showers, drinking fountains and various other fixtures.
  • Install and replace cast iron, steel, copper, plastic, and sanitary piping. Install and replace valves, make gas, steam, and water connections; to various equipment such as ovens, brazing units, steamers, deep fat fryers, grills, laundry equipment, steam heaters, and hot water heaters.
  • Installation repairs or replaces toilets, urinals and sinks.


  • Repair, replace and troubleshoot interior and exterior electrical fixtures, lighting fixtures, wall receptacles, switches, timers and wiring.
  • Repair, replace and install new wiring, circuit breakers, and fuses.
  • Disconnect and repair all electrical supply for food service equipment (110/220 volt) ovens, waste disposal units, dishwashing machines, steamer ovens, coffee urns, refrigeration equipment freezers, chill boxes, thaw boxes, serving line equipment and lighting.
  • Repair replace faulty wiring, switches, starters for all shop equipment (saws, joiners, wood planner, drill press, wood shaper).
  • Perform routine testing of installed emergency diesel generator and power distribution.


  • Performs all kinds of carpentry work related to alterations, additions and repairs. Such as removal and demolition work, erection of wall frames (Metal and Wood), door and window openings. Prepare plaster and lath.
  • Prepare surfaces and install sheetrock, ceiling tiles, ceramic tiles, and counter tops.
  • Design, layout, fabricate and construct cabinets and counters.
  • Replace broken window glass, sash cords, hinges, window screens and latches.
  • Install, replace, adjust, and lubricate door closures. Hang doors, install locks re-pin lock cores and dead bolt locks, latches, hinges, panic hardware and other building hardware.
  • Maintain in good repair building woodwork and equipment including counters, benches, floors, doors, and trims made of wood, and wainscoting.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Thorough knowledge in the areas of building space planning, codes, capacity, security, fire safety.
  • Thorough interpersonal skills including good service orientation and effective problem solving.
  • Knowledge of architectural or engineering concepts.
  • Thorough and effective skills to multitask and prioritize daily activities effectively.
  • Skills to work under pressure of deadlines in a stressful environment.
  • Written communication skills to prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, policies and procedures, and training documents
  • Skills to work under pressure of deadlines in a stressful environment.
  • Five years of experience minimum in facilities work.
  • Lifting Requirements-ability to lift 75 lbs.

We provide a variety of benefits including:

  • Employee discounts
  • Leaders invested in your training, career growth & development
  • Health and welfare benefits for employees (Medical, Dental, Retirement and more!)
  • Vacation / Paid Time Off

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