Our company is looking for a Maintenance Technician with experience in the equipment manufacturing industry. We are a rapidly growing startup company that is manufacturing large and complex medical equipment requiring extensive facilities support. Under direct supervision of the Senior Facilities Manager, the Maintenance Technician will be responsible for performing general maintenance and repairs on facility equipment and property structures, in addition to performing facility audits of the property. All work will be done in compliance with EPA, Hazmat and OSHA safety rules and regulations.
Provide facility daily operational support to our manufacturing factory and research labs, which include radiation protection concrete bunkers, as well as general office space areas.
Support in the coordination and supervision of all facilities-related contractors and trades such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC, etc.
Support the Senior Facilities Manager to ensure that all facilities equipment is working properly and oversee preventive maintenance schedules to maximize facilities reliability.
Support facilities-related administrative activities such as office moves, furniture reconfigurations, new hire cubicle set-up and support to other departments as required.
Support the Senior Facilities Manager with ensuring compliance with local, state and federal requirements (building codes, Fire Code, CalOSHA, EPA, etc.).
Perform minor building, HVAC, plumbing, electrical and general maintenance repairs as necessary.
Operate site equipment as needed, forklift, scissor lift and using hand and power tools as necessary.
Maintain inventory of repair equipment and supplies.
Perform and complete regular facility inspections of all buildings.
May perform other activities such as audio-visual (AV) set up for meetings or conferences, inter-office mail deliveries, and stocking of employee break areas.
Perform other maintenance duties as requested.
High school diploma/GED required.
Physically capable of lifting 50 pounds unassisted.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Able to work well with minimal supervision.
Self-motivated and proactive problem solver.
Able to prioritize tasks and follow specified procedures.
Five years increasingly responsible facilities experience, with at least two years in facilities management capacity.
Experience in a compliance-oriented and highly regulated environment; FDA Quality System Regulation (QSR) preferred.
Working knowledge and basic hands-on skills related to mechanical, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and HVAC system and applications.
Familiar with all hand, machine and power tool usage.
Ability to interpret building drawings and equipment schematics.
Working knowledge of local building codes and safety regulations.