Facility Technician

A Full-Time position that assists all members of the Facility team.

Job Details

Description

Title

Facility Technician

Department

Facility

Salary Grade

DOE / ($14.00-17.00)

FLSA

Non-Exempt

Scheduled Hours

Varies

Reports To

Facility Manager

Summary

This position is a combination of cleaning/janitorial services and maintenance services throughout Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, assisting all members of the Facility team.

Responsibilities & Duties

1. Custodial Services

Provides cleaning and janitorial services for the PAC’s performance spaces, lobbies, bathrooms, dressing rooms, offices and other spaces to maintain a clean attractive environment for patrons and others

  • Cleans all public spaces including, but not limited to, performance spaces, concession areas, restrooms and lobbies

  • Cleans administrative offices and patron lounge

  • Cleans assigned backstage areas including dressing rooms, restrooms, basement locations, stairwells, elevators

  • Removes trash, vacuums or mops floor surfaces

  • Dusts/cleans and disinfects surfaces and fixtures, including all specified wall surfaces

  • Cleans mirrors and glass surfaces, including windows (inside/outside)

  • Replenishes supplies

  • Periodically buffs tile in lobbies, strips/waxes backstage floors, cleans light fixtures, moves equipment between departments, cleans equipment, delivers messages

  • Works as on-duty custodial for assigned public performances

2. Maintenance

Assists in minor repairs to the building systems, structures and equipment such as HVAC, plumbing, electrical systems and door hardware to assure their safe and effective function. Operation of power and hand tools in performing maintenance duties.

  • Assists with repairs of custodial equipment and tools, minor plumbing, HVAC, electrical and lighting systems, door hardware, and assists with minor repairs throughout the facility

  • Receives work orders, assists with repairs/requests identified in house manager reports and carries out minor repairs and maintenance

  • Responds to fire panel alarms, identifies source of trouble

  • Assists with scheduled system checks for HVAC, building roof and drains

  • Works as on-duty mechanic on a rotating shift

  • Assists with projects assigned by Supervisor, including but not limited to radios, paging and systems

  • Maintains equipment and tool inventory, reports needed supplies to Supervisor

  • Performs exterior cleaning, snow removal and maintenance

  • Periodically assists with equipment set up, patching/painting wall surfaces and security duties as required

3. Performs other duties as required

Requirements

  • High school graduation or GED desired.

  • 2 years of previous experience desired.

  • Ability to understand oral and written instructions from supervisor and others.

  • Ability to speak basic English.

  • Ability to read and understand equipment operating instructions and cleaning container labels.

  • Ability to operate vacuum cleaner, buffer, carpet extractor, scrubber and other custodial gear.

  • Ability to operate hand and small power tools.

  • Ability to observe safe working habits and to report unsafe conditions observed.

  • Ability to change work hours on short notice.

  • Ability to show initiative and recognize tasks needing to be accomplished.

Physical Demands of Position

  • Stand, sit, walk.

  • Grasp and use brooms, mops, vacuums and cleaning machines.

  • Stoop, kneel, crouch and climb.

  • Lift or move 25 lbs; move 50 lbs; occasionally move 100 lbs.

Reasonable accommodation will be explored to enable persons with disabilities to perform essential functions of the job.

Work Environment

  • Frequent exposure to fumes of cleaning materials. Skin contact with cleaning products. Work may require exposure to heat, dust, wet, cold and biological matter. Works near machinery. Occasionally works in high places. Work assigned outside in inclement weather. Noise level is usually moderate.

Appearance and Dress

  • Appropriate to the work performed.


The Alaska Center For The Performing Arts Is An Equal Opportunity Employer