Facilities Technician

Job Summary
Technician will be responsible for performing infrastructure repairs at various TSI facilities. Responsibilities include repair/maintenance in carpentry, drywall, painting masonry, electric, plumbing, Fitness Equipment and Personnel Viewing Systems, in addition to the general upkeep of individual locations. Must have the ability to follow timetables, handling/moving equipment in excess of 100 lbs., flexible schedule in case of emergency situations and deliveries, excellent communication skills, neat, reliable, and organized. Working knowledge of computers is required.
Working knowledge of all repair, maintenance and minor construction projects including all aspects of the infrastructure.
Working Knowledge of Fitness Equipment.
Ability and knowledge in the use of all tools, equipment, and material used for repairs.
Capable of handling and/or moving equipment in excess of 100 + pounds
Service oriented attitude.
Excellent communication skills.
Basic knowledge of administrative equipment such as faxing, copying, and use of cellular telephone and PC.
Responsible for all service requests in dedicated locations.
Ability to follow timetables for repairs.
Needs to have a flexible schedule in case of emergency situations .
Valid driver's license.
Job Specifics
General:lockers, front/fitness desks, bulletin boards, signage, door stops, soap/lotion holders, fire extinguishers, railings, lock boxes, ceiling tiles/grids, benches, vents, baby changing tables, partitions, swim suit extractors, boxing/speed bag hardware, taping of stretch mats, steam head guards, locks, door knobs, door repairs, Formica, vinyl wall covering, furniture moves, deliveries, emergency response, preventative evaluations, as well as additional to work assignments by Field Supervisor and Regional Facilities Manager.
Drywall: demolition/rebuilding of walls, patching, taping, sanding, priming and painting.
Flooring: cove base, rubber matting install/repairs, VCT tiles, carpet installs/repairs, stair treds, reducers, saddles, non-skid tape.
Masonry: grouting, replace/installation of ceramic tiles.
Plumbing: faucets, flushometers, shower heads/handles, sprinkler caps, sinks/toilet/urinal installs, general caulking, pipe insulation, water fountains, snaking of waste lines and roof drains and investigate/trace leaks.
Electric: light bulbs, ballasts, lens covers, check breakers, test outlets, fixture replacement, emergency light packs.
Advance Projects: rebuilding of sauna benches/walls, waterproofing, roof repairs, wall framing, refurbishing of wood floors, and knowledge in hot water systems/pumps.
Fitness Equipment & Personnel Viewing Systems
Repairs Troubleshoot, diagnosis and resolves all issues with Fitness Equipment.
Vendor Troubleshooting Use of vendor website and call in support for in-depth trouble shooting
Inspections Scheduled and perform inspections of all equipment to insure equipment is functional and in proper working order.
Preventive Maintenance Schedule and perform preventive maintenance for all equipment as required by Manufacturer
Pads/ Wears Covers Inspect all wear covers and pads and replace as needed.
Asset Validation Confirm delivery of new equipment, attach tags and update service tickets with tag and serial numbers, in a required timeframe.
Equipment Inventory Yearly physical inventory of all Fitness Equipment
PVS Check all PVS to insure they are functioning properly; replace headphone jacks, coils and remotes as needed. Troubleshoot with AV Team to perform further repairs.

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