MAINTENANCE WORKER (Part-Time) –West Park LTC
Candidates are invited to apply for the permanent, part-time position of Maintenance Worker at our 200 beds LTC, located at 82 Buttonwood Toronto.
Reporting to the Support Services Manager, the Maintenance Worker performs general, routine maintenance and servicing operations throughout the facility, reports unsafe conditions/situations in accordance with applicable codes and regulations and as directed.
Performs a variety of routine maintenance, servicing and repair operations to maintain facility, equipment, furnishings, fixtures, and grounds in proper condition.
Performs mechanical maintenance and repairs to equipment such as replacing drive belts, lubricating motors and hinges, repairs to heating and ventilation systems, repairs to kitchen and laundry equipment, repairs to beds, chairs, tables, etc.
Performs general maintenance and repairs to plumbing and electrical systems such as replacing water valves, clearing drains and removing stoppages, repairing or replacing fixtures, replacing switches, replacing fuses and light bulbs, repairing Emergency Nurse Call and Fire Alarm Systems
Following approval refers problems requiring specialized work such as electrical or plumbing, to outside contractors and monitors work performed; provides general assistance to skilled trade persons such as mechanics, electricians, carpenters, plumbers, etc., as required.
Observes and monitors all areas of the facility for ongoing maintenance requirements and carries out repairs as required. Documents and implements the preventative maintenance programs. Maintains adequate inventory of tools and spare parts.
Performs general carpentry work and repairs such as installing floor and wall tiles, repairing drywall, replacing doors and doors hardware, repairing roof leaks, painting, installing wallpaper and other redecorating tasks.
Adheres to established policies and procedures regarding quality assurance, fire safety, environmental and infection control.
3-5 Years relevant experience and/or knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, plumbing, carpentry and heating and ventilation systems. Technical training in building maintenance is preferred.
Ability to read and interpret manuals related to equipment and systems
Ability to work safely, following established safety practices and procedures.
Ability to read and write English and understand moderately complex oral and written instructions.
Must be available/on-call for emergency situations.