Full-Time General Facilities Technician – Haql
When it comes to new building, renovation, or upkeep of our facilities, the Facilities Technician role requires significant understanding of work that may need specific training in the trade or skill related with their shop/department. It is their role to ensure that the supplies needed to complete the installation of systems and devices in the trade or work connected with their shop/department are on hand at all times throughout new construction or renovation, as well as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing projects and repairs. Preventative and corrective maintenance inspections, as well as system installations, are the responsibilities of the Facilities Technician profession. This role is in charge of organizing and performing emergency system maintenance and testing, as well as making certain that all work is done in accordance with relevant regulations, laws, legislation, and standards.
Job Title : General Facilities Technician
Location : Haql, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 23.42 per hour.
Company : Tech USA
Job Type : Full-Time
- The department’s objectives may be achieved by setting an example of excellent work habits and working together as a team.
- Performs complicated maintenance repairs and analysis. Consistently installs systems and equipment according to regulations, ordinances, and laws. Maintains and tests department emergency systems, including HVAC, electrical, and plumbing. If needed, escalates to Lead Tech/Supervisor for clarification.
- Through guidance and mentorship, I am able to assist Facilities Assistants/Technicians to acquire confidence in their abilities and skills. The employment of peer-to-peer accountability toward departmental goals helps to increase employee retention and engagement.
- Setup and adjustment of alerts, as well as high-level data analytics and reporting of alarms.
- Identifies possibilities for complicated facility changes, making suggestions and work orders, and supervising execution to enhance customer experience and service levels.
- Achieve mutual understanding via open and professional conversation. Clear and professional communication promotes work efforts and issue resolution, offering superior customer and patient care.
- The facility’s daily records are scrutinized to ensure that all of the facility’s standards are completed, no matter how easy or difficult they may seem at the time.
- Execute various semi-skilled and skilled maintenance duties aimed at repairing and maintaining buildings, structures, and grounds. Take on any and all building-related duties that may arise (climate control, odors, smoke, spills, damage, emergencies and repairs)
- Management of the work order system for the scheduling of PM’s, projects, and general work orders in order to satisfy key performance indicators for the facilities department
- Delegate routine, operational tasks to team members based on set priorities to take responsibility of the team’s work.
- Standing, kneeling, crouching, twisting the upper body, working in tiny openings and climbing hand over hand, lifting 50 pounds, and working on ladders/lifts in regions subjected to noise, heat, dust, or cold are all part of the job description, and this ability is required.
- Trade skills such as carpentry, plumbing and electrical work as well as painting and roofing and heating and cooling are required. The ability to do basic maintenance tasks is also useful.
- Performs the given task safely by demonstrating the skills and abilities required via on-going assessments of skills, competence, and performance.
- Sufficient ability in speaking, reading, and writing English is required to execute the fundamental responsibilities of this profession, particularly those affecting patient or staff safety or security.
- a degree from an approved college or university (examples include: GED, verification of homeschool equivalency, partial or full completion of post-secondary education, etc.)