Facilities Maintenance MechanicCoca-Cola Consolidated, Inc.Location: Sandston, VAThe Facility Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for completing scheduled and non-scheduled work as directed by the building maintenance supervisor, including but not limited to plumbing, facility electrical, carpentry, HVAC, flooring, roofing, masonry, repairs to loading docks, painting, repairs to overhead doors, cleaning, boiler repair and maintenance, restocking paper products, and recycling equipment maintenance.Duties & ResponsibilitiesUpkeeps and updating the lighting in the facility, include re-lamping, troubleshooting, installing, and repairing fixtures.Maintains and upgrades plumbing systems, including cleaning drains; installing and troubleshooting fixtures, and repairing drain pans.Performs general carpentry, including installation of partition, dry way repair, and finish carpentry and painting.Conducts masonry repairing forklift damage, patching concrete floors and walls, and pouring concrete bollards.Performs electrical work by installing commercial wiring; troubleshooting and repairing commercial wiring.Performs HVAC to troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining HVAC systems.Performs other duties as assigned.Knowledge, Skills, & AbilitiesKnowledge of Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, HVAC, Security, Fire Alarm SystemsMinimum QualificationsHigh school diploma or GEDKnowledge acquired through 1 to up to 3 years of work experience
Careerbuilder • Richmond, U.S.
Excellent opportunity for an experienced maintenance technician near the NW Washington D.C. area!Your new role As a maintenance technician for this property, you will be responding to work orders and assisting the maintenance manager in general plumbing, electrical, appliance repairing, and HVAC work for the property. What you'll need to succeed2-4 years of experienceCFC certifiedAbility to be on call 2 weeks on, 4 weeks offCommutable distance to the propertyValid driver's license and reliable transportationHard working and positive attitude What you'll get in return The Maintenance Technician position is offering an hourly base pay of $23 - 24 based on experience, along with the opportunity to grow within a reputable company and gain new experiences and skills.
HAYS PLC • Washington, U.S.
OverviewWe are seeking a Maintenance Technician I to assist with maintaining an industrial laundry facility.ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities include assisting with repairing, maintaining, installing and troubleshooting industrial equipment, systems and components including, but not limited to, washers, dryers, steam tunnels, conveyor systems and boilers; assisting with performing preventive/predictive maintenance; resolving safety concerns; performing indoor and outdoor housekeeping; monitoring inventory supplies and maintaining maintenance records.QualificationsSkills/QualificationsRequired2+ years' experience repairing industrial processing equipment in an industrial environment or in the militaryAbility to read maintenance literature printed in EnglishExperience with and ability to read a blueprintBasic Microsoft Office computer skillsAbility to stand for up to 7 hours in an 8 hour shiftHigh School Diploma/GEDPreferredBoiler knowledgeHVAC experienceExperience and ability to perform welding activities including MIG, TIG, ARC, cutting and brazing
Careerbuilder • Charlotte, U.S.
About the PositionWe are seeking passionate people to join our growing and dynamic mobile maintenance team in Chicago! Our Maintenance Technicians are customer service representatives for our clients and their tenants. They also focus in on any and all maintenance needs for the properties that they oversee. The ideal candidate has a go-getter attitude, is a self-motivated team player, and a true jack of all trades.Salary: $20.00 to $25.00/ hour. Compensation is based upon qualifications and technical knowledge.Responsibilities:Travel to various client properties to complete internal and external building work orders in a timely mannerMaintain and troubleshoot building electrical, plumbing, and HVAC equipmentBeing pro-active with the buildings and creating/maintaining an ongoing task list of potential work for the property management groupMaintaining great communication with the Operations Support staff and Property ManagersBeing the main point of contact for vendors on assigned properties. Technician will be in charge of checking vendors in/out, escorting them to area of assigned work, and taking thorough notes of work performed.Assist with fire safety equipment inspections. Making sure to notify tenants when inspections are planned.Miscellaneous tasks such as garbage removal, exterior lock box inspections, ensuring exterior ladders are guarded from the general public at all times.Enforce a safe jobsite and maintains compliance with company safety, OSHA, and customer-specific safety standardsOther duties as assigned.Requirements:High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)A minimum of 2-3 years commercial maintenance experience preferredProficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and electronic work order systemsMust possess strong organizational skills and motivation to get the job done wellMust be comfortable in a fast paced and dynamic environment
Bevara • Chicago, U.S.
Full Job DescriptionUnder close supervision, performs entry-level maintenance, repair, and assists with the renovation of City facilities. The below list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Incumbents in this class may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.Assists in repairing, constructing, and building wooden structures and furniture;Patches drywall; hangs pictures, plaques, and exit signs;Installs plumbing fixtures, locates, repairs, and maintains drains and leaks;Replaces ballast and other electrical devices and replaces light fixtures and devices;Installs, repairs, or replaces door closures and locks;Cuts and issues keys for City staff.Assists large maintenance, construction, and repair projects;Notify supervisor of materials or equipment necessary to complete work;QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma or equivalent, AND one (1) year experience in building or trades maintenance. Must possess at the time of application and maintain a valid California Driver’s License.Knowledgeable of skilled trades related to facility maintenance, repair and renovation, occupational hazards and safety guidelines, technical manuals and reference materials used in facilities maintenance;Skilled in the safe use of power and hand tools used in facilities maintenance, following oral and written instructions in English, establishing and maintaining productive working relationships,Ability to perform essential duties and complete assignments with little supervisionProficient in using a variety of computer applications commonly found in a modern office environment, including standard desktop office applications such as email, copiers, facsimile, and scanners.
Receptix • Inglewood, U.S.
CLI is looking for a motivated commercial PLUMBING CREW LEADER who aspires to use their skills, and grow with the company. We have commercial projects all over the country, and our goal is to complete each project efficiently and effectively with excellence. We are a fun and energetic team to work with and while skills and qualifications are important to us we also want to find the right personality to fit our team. **This is a HEAVY traveling position** Traveling expenses are paid for : Company vehicle for travel / Fuel / Lodging / Per Diem Do you have what we are looking for? Plumbing Experience (2 + years Preferred)Self-Motivated, Team PlayerClean Driving RecordAbility to drive a company vehicle safely at all times and maintain clean driving recordReliable transportation to and from officeStable work historyStrong work ethic, maintain ethics and professionalismAble to perform physical labor, and lift 50 lbsExcellent time Management Skills, without direct supervisionWorking knowledge of basic computer programs and writing skills.Ability to read and interpret project blueprints and specificationsAbility to use Microsoft Tablet to document job progression, look up necessary informationAbility to navigate technology to enable use of Time and Receipt Tracking ProgramsAbility and willingness to follow management directivesAbility to manage othersAbility to use experience and plumbing knowledge to identify problems, collect date, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and work out a solutionAbility to travel as needed based on project scheduling (Avg project: 6 to 8 days per Trip)CLI Plumbing offers competitive wages and benefits, currently this position offers a $ 1000.00 SIGN ON BONUS (after 90 days)Oversee installation of plumbing system as per job specifications• Maintain & manage inventory of all necessary equipment and materials needed onsite & in vehicle.• Communicate with project site managers & CLI management on project status, issues, & scheduling• Diagnosing any issues and implementing a solution• Inspect all ongoing work to ensure an accurate, efficient and per-code installMeasure, cut, thread pipe to required length, using hand or power tools or machines such as pipe cutters, pipe-threading machines. Locate and mark the position of pipe installations, connections, passage holes, or fixtures in structures, using measuring instruments such as rulers or levels• Install underground storm, sanitary or water piping systems, extending pipes as needed to connect to fixtures and plumbing• Cut openings in structures to accommodate pipes or pipe fittings, using hand or power tools• Assemble pipe sections, tubing or fittings, using couplings, clamps, plastic solvent, caulking, or soldering, Propress, brazing• Install pipe assemblies, fittings, valves, appliances such as water heaters, or fixtures such as sinks or toilets• Fill pipes or plumbing fixtures with water or air and observe pressure gauges to detect and locate possible leaks
Careerbuilder • Nashville, U.S.
Job DescriptionOverall Job Summary: A Department Manager is responsible for supporting the Sales and Profit goals in the store by setting a plan to deliver the Best Customer Experience in the department. The role will ensure that you have the Best Team and support their development, as well as work with succession planning, talent development, and structured performance management for the team based on results, values, and leadership. The role will work in accordance with legal requirements and H&M standards, policies, and procedures to meet the expectations of customers and colleagues.This position within our Store and Sales Function and reports to our Store manager, and has the following direct reports: Department Supervisor, Sales Advisor.Core Responsibilities includes but is not limited to: Sales and ProfitThe Department Manager is responsible for supporting the Sales and Profit goals in the store by setting a plan to deliver the Best Customer Experience in the department.Regularly analyze and follow up on Sales & Profit KPIs for the department with the Visual Merchandisers. Secure that actions are taken to maximize selling. Support the Visual Merchandisers with these actions by securing the hours and staff needed for a successful executionTogether with the store management team, set the hours plan for the department in line with the sales budgetTogether with the store management team, ensure proper scheduling for the department to maximize conversion and enable commercial activities (department moves, Sales, Deals, etc.) keeping within the frame of the hours planPlan and prioritize actions together with your team that have a clear impact on sellingEnsure the department’s execution continuously meets H&M standards and follow up using the Store Experience Tool (S.E.T.)Together with the visual team you ensure the implementation of the Commercial Handbook for the departmentEnsure Store Operations and Best Practices are followed in the department and throughout the store. This includes, but not limited to: truck planning, intraday, garment care, etc.Ensure H&M Customer Service standards are delivered at all times through active coaching of Sales Advisors and leading by exampleEnsure the maintenance of the department is managed in a cost-efficient way to meet H&M standards and initiate actions accordingly with the store management teamActively prevent loss and ensure the department follows appropriate safety and security guidelinesGive input to the Store Manager and District Teams on allocation and replenishment to secure a good garment level in the department according to sellingInform the Store Manager of any potential risks, threats, and opportunities related to the competitor landscapePeople and TeamsThe Department Manager will ensure the Best Teams and support their development, as well as work with succession planning, talent development, and structured performance management for the team based on results, values, and leadership. The role will work in accordance with legal requirements and H&M standards, policies, and procedures to meet the expectations of customers and colleagues.Manage the recruitment, training, development and succession planning for the department team in line with H&M ROTD best practicesEvaluate and manage the performance of the Department team members; give regular feedback, execute dialogues, development plans, and follows ups and take actions to improve performance and develop the teamActively work with a talent pipeline within the Department/store to support the business needsEnsure clear communication to Store team on business performance, company culture, and training focuses through daily Behind the Seams Meetings and participating in weekly Leadership MeetingsEnsure that health & safety, legal, and security issues are being handled to H&M standards and local laws, securing the employee and customer safety at all timesCarry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with H&M policies and applicable laws including time off requests, pay, location or title changes, conducting terminations & corrective actions, and making employment decisionsAbility to maintain overall store responsibility in absence of Store ManagerStrengthen our Company Culture by promoting feedback in our daily work and coach your team to do the same Additional Accountabilities:Assist Store Manager with sales and profit responsibility for the storeAccurate recording of sales figures and hoursQualificationsHigh School graduate or equivalent; Associates or Bachelors Degree is preferredMinimum of 2 years of retail management or comparable experienceAbility to lift in excess of 20 poundsAbility to stand for long periods of time, bend, stretch, engage in repetitive motions, push, pull and carry items (mannequins, clothing, totes, torsos, etc.) for a short distanceAbility to climb a ladder and use a step stoolAbility to coach and counsel staff on performance management and progressive discipline techniquesOpen availability including evenings and weekendsBasic computer skills such as browser navigation, software interaction, and data entry are neededMinimal travel required (i.e. Workshops)
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Auburn Hills, U.S.
Lab Technician – Contract or CTP – Seattle, WAA Pharmaceutical Company is seeking a Lab Technician in Seattle, WA. Role Description The primary purpose of this position will be to support daily lab operations and to manage lab equipment within Cell Therapy Development Operations. • Learn and follow lab specific procedures and policies • Maintain regular contact with supervisor • Routine maintenance and calibration of lab equipment (i.e., biosafety cabinets, water baths, cellometers, etc.) • Lab equipment service coordination with third party suppliers • Monitor and maintain cold storage equipment • General maintenance of the CTDO laboratories • Documentation of calibration and maintenance activities • Troubleshooting equipment issues • Preparation of stock solutions for routine testing Skills & Requirements • 0-5 years of experience in BSL2 lab operations or lab management • Excellent communication skills • Detail and customer service oriented • Able to work independently upon instruction, document work and communicate honestly and openl
HAYS PLC • Seattle, U.S.
The Building Engineer you will be supporting the Chief Engineer and team in all preventative maintenance duties of a Class A office building. Your duties will include, but are not limited to mechanical, electrical, HVAC, plumbing preventative maintenance, etc. What you'll need to succeedYou will have a minimum of 2+ years of technical experience in a Class A office settingYou will have excellent communication skills with internally and externally and ability to work with a teamExperience with all general maintenance requirements of the building (electrical, plumbing, preventative)Must have the ability to troubleshoot and read/understand blueprints What you'll get in return You will receive a generous compensation package that includes a competitive salary and opportunity for growth!
HAYS PLC • Seattle, U.S.
Job SummaryAge Requirement: 25 – 50 years old Reporting To: Technical and Operations Support ManagerThe Driver shall be responsible in ensuring the all documents, personnel, etc are transported in a safe and timely manner to its destination.Ensures that adequate safety precautions are taken prior to any job.Ensure proper maintenance and cleanliness of the assigned vehicle.Coordinate with Administration and make arrangements to renew the registration of the designated vehicle on due date.Report accidents, incidents and near misses immediately to the Manager.Ensure proper safety operations of the vehicle at all times.Perform daily maintenance prescribed in the maintenance manual and record the maintenance file.Maintain good and healthy relations among the superiors, colleagues and subordinates.Skills And CompetencyQualified candidates should possess the following skills and competencies:Must be proficient in the English languageMust have Basic Computer SkillsMust have good experience in vehicle maintenance and operations
EDARABIA • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
About usAt Sydney Trains our vision is to keep Sydney moving by putting the customer at the centre of everything we do. We work at the heart of local communities and integrate cutting edge technology to deliver efficient rail services which exceed expectations and support a rapidly growing economy. Sydney Trains also operate the Rail Operations Centre and are responsible for the maintenance of assets including tracks, trains, signals, overhead wiring, stations and facilities. We conduct our operations in the community in compliance with the principles of ecologically sustainable development.The OpportunitySydney Trains is currently looking for Transport Officers to join their established team in the Fair Compliance Unit. This role is public service focused and fair compliance at its best. As a Transport Officer, you’ll help our customers travelling each day, and educate them on travel conditions when need be. We will teach you everything you need to know about the role, however to be successful, you will need to demonstrate exceptional communication and conflict resolution skills, and see every customer as an individual.So, what could your work day look like? Check out our Information Pack to see if this is the right role for you.Do you have what it takes?Transport Officers are friendly and approachable. They are fair to others, and embrace the diversity NSW has to offer. They also understand that conditions apply when travelling on public transport, and that they are required to educate customers and issue fines and cautions when these conditions are not being followed.This is not a desk job – each day you will move about our network and interact with our customers and other transport teams, including station staff and bus drivers.But this role also has its challenges. Transport Officers promote fare compliance for New South Wales’ ever-growing public transport network. As a Transport Officer, you will need to educate customers from all walks of life on travel conditions and at times issue fines and cautions – a tough conversation to say the least. To do this, Transport Officers must be skilled communicators, and display empathy and resilience, while never losing focus in order to provide each and every customer with a safe and pleasant travel experience.If you love helping and interacting with people on a daily basis, then this might just be the role for you. This is a role where you can really make a difference!Benefits of being a Transport OfficerTransport Officers enjoy an exciting role where no two days are the same. Transport Officers work in small teams and are out and about on all modes of the public transport network all day, every day, rain, hail or shine. The role offers great work/life balance across morning and afternoon shifts.Your base location will be Redfern while we provide you with all the necessary training to see you succeed. Following this, you may be able to join a team which starts and finishes on the network at a location which is closer to home.Please review the Role Description for a full overview of the role.Why work for Sydney Trains?Sydney Trains is a world-class organisation with one shared vision - to keep Sydney moving. The Fare Compliance Unit of Sydney Trains operates across all modes of transport including Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Buses, Lightrail, Ferries and Sydney Metro, providing a broad insight into Transport as an organisation. Sydney Trains doesn’t just provide jobs, but genuine career opportunities. On successful appointment to this position, you will be enrolled to complete a Certificate III in Customer Engagement (BSB30215) while working.The important stuff:$65,211 per annum + 10% superannuation + annual leave loading + shift allowances + shift loading as applicable (this is approximately an extra $8,000 per annum)Free unlimited travel on all Trains, Buses, Ferries, LightRail and Sydney Metro within the Opal networkRostered 5 weeks Annual LeaveAn additional rostered day off each month
JORA • Sydney, Australia
About us Over the next 40 years, Sydney’s population is projected to swell to over 12 million residents and regional NSW will accommodate an extra 700,000 people. Transport for NSW is delivering an unprecedented $72.2b investment into a truly game changing Future Transport strategy which will bring together several modes and cutting edge technologies to deliver satisfaction and safety for our customers while supporting a rapidly growing economy. The Division The Greater Sydney Division is redefining integrated transport choices to improve the lives of customers and communities, making Greater Sydney a better place to live, work and play. We have the single biggest place making opportunity at Transport in the coming years, reshaping Greater Sydney into a metropolis of three cities – Eastern Harbour City, Central River City and Western Parklands City - whilst also overseeing the Greater Sydney region as a whole. The opportunityRight now, we have an opportunity for an Administration Assistant (Temporary Full Time until August 2022) to join the Transformation Office supporting the Western Parklands City and Central River City team within the Community and Place branch. The role will see you providing high-level, efficient administrative and clerical support and contribute towards the effective operation of the business unit.What you will be involved inSupporting two Directors with a wide range of administrative and clerical support servicesCoordinate the maintenance of diaries for senior management and the arrangement of meetings and training and travel requirements to support operational efficiency.Administer procurement activities, including raising purchase order requests for goods and services and reconciling and processing invoices for payment to meet operating needs and to comply with regulatory and legislative requirements.Distribute circulars and all correspondence, including incoming mail and faxes to keep managers and staff informed and enable them to respond to necessary matters within required timeframes.Create and maintain files and documents in compliance with records management procedures to ensure best practice in enabling information to be efficiently tracked, stored and retrieved About youWe are looking for a proactive Administration Assistant looking for an opportunity to demonstrate a high level of administration/executive assistance experience.It will be highly beneficial to have excellent time management skills, including the ability to organise executive diary/calendar and email management.This is an exciting and rare opportunity to create your own success where your contribution will be truly valued and positively impact communities in NSW.
JORA • Sydney, Australia