Employment Type: Full-Time
Maintains Medical Center facilities to enhance healthcare, medical education and medical research missions by performing skilled maintenance, repair, alteration and installation tasks at the journeyman skill level for piping and other components of facility heating ventilating and air-conditioning systems, steam distribution system, fire sprinkles and natural gas and medical gas systems.
FACILITY REPAIR - Provides timely and proper response to assigned
service calls and work orders to maintain a safe and efficient facility
environment. Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: Maintaining
and repairing high, medium, and low pressure steam distribution system
components. Maintaining, repairing and replacing unit heaters,
radiators, steam traps and controls to keep equipment operating
efficiently. Repairing steam, condensate, water, hot water, fire sprinkler
and sewer systems. Repairing, replacing, rebuilding various valves and
pumps. Repairing, maintaining, replacing, installing and adjusting fans
and coils for building air handling units. Repairing, maintaining, and
adjusting pneumatic controls for HVAC equipment. Repairing, replacing
and installing pipe supports and pipe insulation.Developing and fab
ricating innovative methods, components and equipment to meet
FACILITIES INSPECTION/PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE - Supports the
plant maintenance department's objective to minimize the adverse
impact facility deficiencies might have on building occupants by
performing timely, complete, and accurate facility inspections and
preventive maintenance, at a level just above that expected of a
journeyman. Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: Conducting assigned work orders to inspect facility condition of various building
mechanical system components, e.g. steam traps, valves, pumps, piping, air
handing units, etc. Completing assigned preventive maintenance tasks in a
workman like manner. Providing supervisor with complete, accurate, and timely
reports and recommendations from inspections, especially when findings
indicate that follow-on action is required. Preparing complete, accurate, and
timely estimates of time and materials required to correct problems identified.
Making recommendations to supervisors to improve the inspection/preventive
maintenance program effectiveness.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT - Promotes customer satisfaction by assisting
building tenants in resolving facility related problems with involve
pipefitter work. Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: Working
effectively with representatives of customer departments to define
facility problems, develop and evaluate alternative solutions, and execute
correction or installation in a manner that supports the customer
department's mission. Providing complete, accurate, and timely
estimates of time and materials required to support special customer
requests. Promoting effective communications with customer
departments in a manner that enhances the plant maintenance
department's reputation. Assisting project managers, designers and
contractors performing additions and modifications to building systems.
Performing work in a manner that avoids unnecessary disruption of
customer activities, e.g. management of outages and/or providing
temporary service as appropriate.
SAFETY AND DISASTER RESPONSE - Executes assigned task consistent
with all applicable safety procedures to minimize risk to self and
associates. Provides timely and proper disaster response support, e.g.,
storm damage, etc. Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: Knowing
and complying with LUMC safety policies and procedures. Reporting
injuries and accidental exposures to supervisor. Participating in assigned
training, e.g. CPR, first aid, respirator, general infection control
precautions, etc. Regularly reviewing safety procedures associated with
assigned tasks and requesting training as needed. Reporting safety
deficiencies observed to supervisor and/or safety facilitator according to
established procedures and standards. Responding to fire alarms and
other disaster drills or actual incidents in accordance to established
procedures and standards.
ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT - Assisting with other trade/maintenance
tasks as directed by the supervisor. Training and assisting other
members of the maintenance staff as required or as directed by the
supervisors. Complying with department standards for attendance,
appearance, and general rules of conduct.
* Required: High School Diploma plus training acquired through work experience or education
* Preferred: N/A - Not Applicable
* Specify Degree(s): Vocational training, apprenticeship or comparable on the job training.
* Residency: N/A
* Expertise typically acquired through eight years experience in the trade with strong preference for prior hospital or facility campus experience.
* Current Illinois Drivers License
* Current welder certification for steam piping and/or medical gas piping is desired
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