Maintenance Technician II – Full Time

Description :

duties and responsibilities

The Maintenance Technician II will work under the direction of the Parks and Facilities Maintenance Supervisor and will perform a variety of important tasks to keep the ACC’s parks, facilities, and equipment well maintained, safe, and looking great.  The candidate must have a complete understanding of all infrastructure of Parks and Facilities and knowledge of all areas of maintenance. We are seeking individuals with trades, construction, and/or “fix-it” experience who hold themselves to high standards, want to apply and expand their skills in a positive team-oriented environment, and want to join a talented and versatile team of professionals who take pride in all that they do.        

essential duties

  • Adheres to all applicable OSHA standards
  • Ensures a clean and organized work environment
  • Consistently demonstrates regular/dependable attendance and punctuality
  • Maintains an accurate record of work performed using Facility Dude work order system
  • Completes incident reports and other status reports for management, as requested
  • Performs basic repairs on structures such as stucco, plaster, and block
  • Performs routine painting
  • Performs routine preventative maintenance on HVAC, mechanical, plumbing, and power equipment using proper lockout/tag-out procedures
  • Performs spot custodial duties to ensure the cleanliness of park facilities, as needed
  • Provides routine set up and break down for special events, as directed
  • Knows how to perform all P&F special event tasks with limited direction
  • Repairs basic plumbing fixtures such as drains, faucets, showerheads, piping, and landscaping irrigation components
  • Prepares sports fields using line painters and other equipment to meet quality and productivity expectations
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director, Supervisor, or Lead Tech
  • Performs minor renovation work involving plumbing, HVAC, carpentry, and painting
  • Performs more complex renovation work involving plumbing, minor electrical (troubleshooting circuits and wiring; pump installations up to 480 volts; lighting ballast changes; breaker replacement; conduit bending), HVAC, carpentry, and painting
  • Performs all startup operations and troubleshoots Liberty Bell and Adventure Splash pads
  • Independently diagnoses/repairs lake pumps, entry falls, and splash pad pumps
  • Responds to emergencies and alarms; requires familiarization with fire alarm systems
  • Notifies Facilities Supervisor when supplies, chemicals, and equipment need to be ordered
  • Stays in touch with and helps out other crew members during assigned shifts
  • Other duties as assigned by Parks & Facilities Maintenance Supervisor or Director

qualification requirements 

  • A strong work ethic, a friendly/team-oriented work style, excellent communication, and problem-solving skills, the ability to multi-task, a solid attendance record, the ability to lead by example and exercise good judgment, adhere to ACC policies, procedures, and the Anthem Way Values (Integrity, Respect, Quality Service, Initiative, Teamwork and Care/Pride).
  • A valid driver's license and clean driving record is required.
  • Selected applicants must be available to work various shifts and days of the week, including some holidays; early/late shifts may be required; shifts will be scheduled based on the needs of the Parks & Facilities Maintenance department. Efforts will be made to assign a consistent schedule week to week subject to workload and activity levels.      
  • Experience: A minimum of two years of related trades, construction, and/or maintenance experience; valid driver's license and clean driving record; experience operating a wide variety of maintenance and construction tools, equipment, and vehicles is a plus; general knowledge of electrical, plumbing, carpentry work, and maintenance activities is helpful.
  • Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification is required or must be obtained within the first six months of employment
  • CPR & First Aid certifications are required or must be obtained within the first six months of employment; other maintenance or recreation based certifications such as Certified Playground Safety Inspector are preferred or obtained within the first six months of employment
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent; AA or some college is preferred.
  • Knowledge of relevant OSHA safety requirements is required
  • Basic knowledge of computers and Outlook

work hours/location

  • Hours: Selected applicants must be available to work various shifts and days of the week, including some holidays; early/late shifts may be required; shifts will be scheduled based on the needs of the Parks & Facilities Maintenance department. Efforts will be made to assign a consistent schedule week-to-week, subject to workload and activity levels.
  • Location: ACC Parks & Facilities Maintenance (primary), and locations throughout Anthem including the Community Center, Civic Building, parks, and other amenities.

benefits

ACC employees may use Anthem’s comprehensive Community Center, sports facilities, aquatics park with heated pool, and community parks as a health and wellness benefit.  Staff may also sign up for a variety of fitness classes and activities at reduced prices, and in some cases at no cost, with only a few exceptions. Eligible staff may also participate in our 401K Plan.

Contact :

This position reports to the Facilities Manager.

How to apply:

Deadline for Applying : Open until filled