As the Building Servicer 2, you will perform a variety of duties that include the operating and repair of equipment, maintaining water quality, performing custodial work related to all aspects of the buildings activities, operating and maintaining various types of tools, and completing reports and records as required. In this role, you are responsible for maintaining building and inventory of same, assisting in the training of employees, and responding to customer service requests. In the course of carrying out daily tasks, the incumbent practices established procedures in the execution of assigned duties. In the absence of the Pool Foreman, the Building Servicer 2 will act in this position as required.
As the Building Servicer 2 you will:
Perform routine equipment maintenance on building equipment systems, and repairs as required.
Report to the Pool Foreman/Supervisor of Building Services Operations for any major repairs that require contractors to perform work.
Oversee the Locker Room Attendants and Building Servicer 1 employees, and ensure that the equipment, light fixtures, storage rooms, mechanical rooms, and general office areas are all cleaned.
Perform a variety of custodial duties, and general and maintenance repairs to building equipment.
Perform a variety of custodial functions in and around aquatic facilities such as setup and removal of furniture as required, mopping, vacuuming, snow clearing, litter pick-up, glass cleaning, washroom checks, etc.
Operate safely all power and hand tools as required.
Perform daily/monthly maintenance and safety checks i.e. emergency lighting, fire extinguishers.
Assist the general public as required.
Answer telephone inquiries, taking messages and/or referring to appropriate source.
Perform maintenance to the locks and lockers.
Will report any unruly, inappropriate and suspicious behaviour to Community Services staff front desk and the Pool Foreman.
In the absence of the Pool Foreman, delegate work assignments to the Building Servicer 1 and Locker Room Attendant employees and will review the work assignments accordingly.
Respond to call-out duty as required i.e. pool fouling or may be required to cover a shift due to staff shortages.
Be responsible for testing and maintaining proper water quality in all of the pool facilities in order to maintain proper water chemistry as required by Manitoba Health regulations.
Respond to pool foulings and perform required tasks as per the established procedures which include pool vacuuming, disinfecting and adjusting chemicals to maintain proper water balance so the pool can safely be re-opened to the public.
Assist in the orientation of fellow employees and maintains co-operative working relations. Perform other related duties consistent with the classification and works within policies and regulations established by the City/Department.
Your education and qualifications include:
Grade 12 education or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must have one year experience as a Building Servicer 1 or equivalent.
Demonstrated ability in the use of personal computers.
Knowledge in the operation of swimming pool maintenance (vacuuming, water testing, and balancing pool water).
Knowledge in maintenance procedures of buildings, heating, ventilation, cooling systems and their components.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and organize tasks efficiently.
Ability to delegate tasks and provide direction to junior staff.
Demonstrated ability to deal harmoniously with other staff and building users and the general public.
Mechanical aptitude is desirable.
Must be able to communicate both orally and in writing.
Knowledge of City of Winnipeg safety regulations.
Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision.
Must have experience and knowledge in the operation of power and hand tools and power-operated custodial equipment.
Must possess knowledge of materials and chemicals and safe handling practices related to the position (WHMIS).
Ability to orient new staff.
Must have, or be able to acquire in a reasonable period of time, a thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and the safety precautions and regulations that are applicable to the position’s area of work.
Conditions of employment:
A Police Information Check (including Vulnerable Sector) and Child Abuse Registry Check satisfactory to the Employer will be required from the successful candidate(s), at their expense.
Possess a valid 5th Class Power Engineer’s Certificate. 4th Class Power Engineer’s Certificate would be an asset.
Must have Swimming Pool Operations and Management Certificate or willingness and ability to obtain within eighteen (18) months.
Must possess and maintain a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License.
Must possess and maintain St. John’s Ambulance Emergency First Aid Certificate or equivalent.
Responds to after-hour callouts and emergency needs as required or as scheduled.
The applicant must be able to work in a warm humid environment and be free of any respiratory problems or susceptibility to infection which may hamper job performance. The applicant must be physically capable of performing the duties of the position, including the ability to climb ladders, scaffolds, and work at heights, in confined spaces or in a warm, humid environment.
CORE COMPETENCIES for ALL EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF WINNIPEG:
Citizen & Customer Focus
Ethics and Values
Integrity and Trust