General Maintenance Worker
Assist the Maintenance Supervisor and Housing Program Manager in ensuring all Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD) Residential and housing facilities are properly maintained, serviced, and repaired including electrical, plumbing, landscaping, etc..
Salary Range: $14.15/hr. - $16.98/hr.
1. Monitor maintenance work performed by contractors and other vendors at MHCD; advise Director of work being performed and of unusual conditions or problems related to work performed by others.
2. Respond to emergencies by contacting appropriate service contractor and supervisor. Take required corrective measures to prevent hazard conditions to persons or property
3. Perform walk-through inspections of all sites to locate damage and required repairs. check buildings and grounds for wear, damage, required service, and fire or safety hazards.
4. Perform minor plumbing repairs such as replacing washers, clearing small drain blockages, caulking fixtures, and repairing toilet flush valves.
5. Perform minor electrical repairs such as changing ballast's and replacing broken receptacles, switches, and lamp holders.
6. Commercial and Residential Preventative Maintenance i.e. Light bulbs, shredding, batteries, etc.
7. Perform basic preventative maintenance tasks including cleaning, lubricating, inspecting, and adjusting heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment on a scheduled basis. Keep required logs of service tasks and dates.
8. Be available to assist and learn from Maintenance Technicians.
9. Perform other duties as assigned.
Education: High School diploma or GED Equivalent
Experience: Minimum of two years experience in building maintenance, construction, or related trades.
Skills: Good mechanical aptitude and basic understanding of building electrical and mechanical systems and structures.
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