| Care Site Description|
Lutheran Medical Center is part of SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization.
Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring health â?? and hope â?? to our patients.
- Wheat Ridge, CO (estab. 1905)
- Community-based, acute care hospital, Level III Trauma Center
- 2,100 associates, 900 physicians, 600 volunteers
- 338 beds
Services & Expertise
- 5-Star Birthing Center
- Breast Care Center (NAPBC accredited)
- Bridges Integrative Health & Wellness
- Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Heart & Neurovascular
- Primary Stroke Center
- Robotic Surgery
- Senior ER, Behavioral Health & Surgery
- Sleep Center
- Spine Center
- Women & Family Center
Kudos: Lutheran is recognized for quality, safety & patient experience by Truven, the Joint Commission & more!
Capable of consistently working independently without supervision. Possesses specialized skills and abilities which may exceed or be unique from those of the Supervisor or other members of the team. Possesses leadership capabilities which enable the individual to provide task supervision to other Maintenance Technicians. Provides equipment and building systems maintenance services on a variety of technologies through maintenance management, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair, vendor management, periodic review and detailed written and computer documentation.
Maintains or restores reliable operation of equipment and building systems on a hospital-wide basis.
Performs Preventative Maintenance on all types of equipment and building systems
Demonstrates capability to diagnose and correct complex issues with pneumatic tube systems, and all other related equipment.
- Contributes frequently to and trains/orients others on the ï¿½quick fixï¿½ database of knowledge which is site specific and may be unique to the care site
- Demonstrates extensive knowledge of care siteï¿½s fire response plan and frequently performs as fire team lead as applicable for the care site.
- Performs often as the go to person on specialized equipment or building systems with ability to train and orient others
- Possesses specialized knowledge of multiple types of test equipment and repair tools beyond that expected of the Tech II level.
- Develops, organizes, schedules and trains others on PM procedures and processes pertaining to areas of specialized knowledge.
- Coordinates the activities of outside contractors and vendors to accomplish work to install or restore equipment or building systems to proper operation.
- Assembles, maintains, and repairs doors, ceilings, walls, plumbing fixtures, light fixtures, floors, patient beds, carts, vacuum cleaners, buffers, furniture, non-clinical patient care equipment, and other related items.
- Repairs ovens, mixers, tray-lines, fryers, disposals, autoclaves and related equipment.
- Initiates necessary paperwork to document and complete repairs and PMï¿½s per requirements of Facilities Management
- Completes daily work assignments and required documentation in CMMS software.
- Meets user needs through multidisciplinary communication, coordination and documentation.
- Responsible for the continuous and reliable operation of equipment and systems within assigned service area.
- Assists in fiscal management functions such as project estimating and the purchase of tools and materials for assigned area.
- Ensures all documentation is completed properly.
- Maintains a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
- Maintains working knowledge of general construction, plumbing, electrical, mechanical maintenance, and HVAC/R.
- Reads and interprets blueprints, mechanical drawings, manufacturer's specifications, and mathematics and computer skills.
- Ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory guidelines, requirements, standards and codes required of healthcare facilities, to include but not limited to TJC, CDPHE, NFPA, ADA and OSHA.
High school graduate or GED required.
Courses in blueprint reading, mechanical drawing, engineering-related mathematics, carpentry/woodworking, electrical, and plumbing.
Minimum of five years experience as a maintenance technician
Specialization in one or more areas of technical competency directly relevant to the assigned care site.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.
Must be able to work odd shifts if called upon according to the nature of work being performed.
May be requested to use personal vehicle and/or company vehicle for pickup/delivery of items pertinent to the job, or to travel to/from off-campus job locations.
In addition to the responsibilities described above, the role may include such other responsibilities and duties as assigned from time to time, based upon SCL Healthcare needs or requirements.
Must carry a pager during assigned shift and when on-call.
Must respond to all pages within reasonable time frame.