Full-Time Facilities Housekeeping Technician – Ekurhuleni
To build, repair or maintain our buildings, the Facilities Technician role requires significant understanding of work which may need specific training. This role inspects sites for new construction, remodeling, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing projects and repairs to ensure supplies are available for the installation of systems and devices in their trade or employment. Installing and maintaining systems and equipment are the duties of the Facilities Technician. This role is responsible for arranging, performing, and documenting emergency system maintenance and testing in accordance with relevant codes, regulations, legislation, and standards.
Job Title : Facilities Housekeeping Technician
Location : Ekurhuleni, Ekurhuleni, South Africa
Salary : $ 23.06 per hour.
Company : Randstad US
Job Type : Full-Time
- Through rounding and issue management, this person makes sure that the entire entity is being watched. They also find opportunities for complex facility improvements, provide recommendations and work orders, and oversee their completion to improve the customer experience and service levels.
- help Facilities Assistants/Technicians gain self-confidence in their talents and skills by providing advice and coaching. Increased staff loyalty and commitment is made possible by the implementation of a peer-to-peer accountability system for achieving departmental objectives.
- Repairs and analyzes complex machinery. Installs systems and equipment in accordance with applicable rules and regulations. Evacuation systems, such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), electrical and plumbing. If further information is required, the issue may be escalated to the Lead Tech/Supervisor.
- To ensure that all of the central plant’s functions, as well as day-to-day operations and minor facility needs, are being properly maintained by technicians, it is necessary to go through daily records.
- Manage work order system for scheduling PMs, projects, and general work orders in order to achieve facility department’s key criteria.
- Take charge of a team’s work by delegating normal, operational duties according to predetermined priorities.
- Promotes a team-oriented work unit to accomplish departmental objectives by serving as a role model for actions that generate a healthy work environment.
- High-level data analytics and reporting features, as well as the incorporation and adjustment of alerts and trend sets.
- help people better understand one another and lead by communicating in an open, honest, and non-judgmental manner. To ensure that each and every client and patient receives the best possible service, clear and professional communication is essential.
- It takes a combination of semi- and skilled jobs to maintain buildings, structures, and the surrounding grounds. Maintain the structure and address any difficulties that may arise (climate control, odors, smoke, spills, damage, emergencies and repairs)
- Advanced understanding of at least one trade skill such as carpentry or plumbing or electrical work or painting or roofing or heating and cooling. General maintenance expertise is also beneficial.
- Standing, kneeling, squatting, twisting the upper body, working in small holes, climbing hand over hand, lifting 50 lbs., and working on ladders or lifts in noisy, hot, dusty, or cold settings are all part of the job.
- Performs the given task safely by demonstrating the abilities and competencies required via on-going assessments of skills, competence, and performance evaluations.
- Education equivalent to that obtained by completion of a high school diploma or a general education development test (examples include: GED, verification of homeschool equivalency, partial or full completion of post-secondary education, etc.)
- The ability to speak, read, and write English well enough to do the job’s main tasks, especially when those tasks affect patient or employee safety or security.