$5000 sign on bonus available with a 2 year agreement
Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
Install, repair, inspect and maintain safe and efficient operation of various types of electrical/electronic systems to include, but not limited to: Generators, power distribution systems, circuit breakers panels, receptacles, lighting systems, fire alarm systems, magnetic door locks and parking lot gates.
Establishes and follows through with preventive maintenance procedures using manufacturer and hospital
established guidelines, procedures and schematic diagrams.
Has a good working knowledge of the NEC, capable of writing troubleshooting guides and training of other personnel.
Perform Preventive Maintenance Measures.
Maintain inventory of repair equipment and supplies.
Log daily reading of equipment and systems as assigned.
Review Work Orders daily and complete associated tasks/repairs by Type/Priority.
Perform other maintenance duties as requested.
This summary of responsibilities is not intended to be a complete or limiting description of the functions that the employee may be requested to undertake.
Working weekends and different shifts will be required.
Respond quickly in the event of an emergency, notify appropriate personnel, and follow safety protocols.
Perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.
Requires the ability to work under/handle stressful situations.
Must be a quick thinker and able to displays positive emotional behavior, as well as apply positive social skills with co-workers, vendors, customers, and patients.
Must possess a minimum of 10 years of experience maintaining
commercial/industrial electrical/electronic systems, In lieu of 10 years’ experience, 6 years
electrical/electronic systems experience in a hospital or SC State Electrical Master card. Must be able to
demonstrate general knowledge of computer data entry.
- High school diploma/GED required from an accredited school requied
- Due to insurance regulations, must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver's license.
80 hours biweekly as scheduled