Facility Technician


The Facility Technician supports operational activities at one or more TEAGUE locations throughout the Seattle area. This position works closely with both TEAGUE and our client to keep TEAGUE’s facilities running without a hitch.


Why We Need This Position

Work spaces don’t just take care of themselves. A company that is envisioning the future of aviation and design has a lot of moving parts - we need people on the ground dedicated to making sure that the place is running like a Swiss clock. That’s where you come in.  


Who We’re Looking For

A no-detail-is-too-small multitasking Jack or Jill-of-all-trades who’s equally at home performing light maintenance, occasionally driving a forklift, setting up for a big event, providing stellar customer service, and inputting data into computers. On any given day, you may find yourself working on setting up and tearing down for special events; performing routine building maintenance; operating a forklift; or tracking inventory levels on the computer. In short, we’re looking for someone who’s nimble, flexible, adaptable, and eager to solve problems - someone who can not only overcome obstacles but anticipate them before they become a distraction. It’s essential that you enjoy working with others, whether you’re interacting with the TEAGUE facilities teams or external clients and contractors. Note that this job involves a mix of office and shop work, and will demand flexible hours and occasional long days and evenings. If the prospect of contributing your technical talents and organizational skills to a team that’s re-inventing aviation sounds like fun, we’d like to hear what you have to say.


What We Just Said, Now in 6 Bullet Points (a.k.a., Essential Qualifications):

  • Experience: High school graduate with some college or trade school experience preferred; 2-3 years of experience in a fast-paced environment, performing shipping and receiving, facilities maintenance, and tracking material inventory.
  • Special skills: Proficiency with common business software; experience with material handling equipment, AV equipment and power tools; knowledge of shipping via UPS, FedEx and common carriers; ability to track inventory using dedicated software; in possession of a Washington State driver’s license and demonstrated ability to operate a company vehicle, box truck or similar vehicle.
  • Physical requirements: Ability to stand, walk, reach, climb, balance, kneel, crouch, talk, hear, and smell; ability to routinely lift up to 25 pounds and occasionally up to 100 pounds; ability to see clearly up close and at a distance and adjust focus; color vision; peripheral vision and depth perception.
  • Passion: Maintaining order of world class facilities
  • Role: Helping TEAGUE’s facilities run smoothly.
  • Personality: Self-motivated, handy, flexible, energetic, problem-solver. 

At TEAGUE, we value diversity.  We search the globe, literally, to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds.  


TEAGUE is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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