KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Principles and practices of facilities maintenance as they relate to design, construction, and operation of various pumps, motors, buildings, facilities management and maintenance tracking system, HVAC and plumbing systems
• Maintenance and repair techniques for electrical and mechanical facilities operating systems
• Operation and use of power and hand tools, equipment, and instruments
• Specification conformance of parts and materials used in preventive maintenance and repair or replacement of mechanical and electrical building operating systems
• Occupational safety practices used in performing maintenance and repair tasks
• Mechanical, electrical and instrumentation maintenance procedures
• Water chemistry for testing and treatment of closed and open loop water systems in HVAC
• Principles, operation, maintenance and repair of automated building control systems
• Federal, state, and county laws and safety regulations (e.g., ADA compliance, CAL-OSHA)
• Telephone, office, and online etiquette
• Current technology and trends in the profession
• SCFTA customer service objectives and strategies
Skills and Abilities to:
• Maintain and repair facility electrical and mechanical operating systems including: electrical, mechanical, plumbing, air conditioning, heating and ventilation
• Identify, diagnose, and correct facility operating system problems
• Use various equipment (including welding tools) to implement repairs
• Interpret drawings and blueprints for structural mechanical, electrical and general facilities operating systems
• Provide training and technical guidance to associated staff
• Maintain and repair locking systems in various facilities
• Prioritize work requests and orders in accordance with to site needs
• Communicate effectively with a variety of individuals representing diverse cultures and backgrounds and function calmly in stressful situations, which require a high degree of sensitivity, tact and diplomacy
• Assess the customer’s immediate needs and ensure customer’s receipt of needed services through personal service or making appropriate referral
• Provide prompt, efficient and responsive service
• Exercise appropriate judgment in answering questions and releasing information; analyze and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendations
• Basic computer skills to input, retrieve, view and print information from facilities management and maintenance tracking systems
• Establish effective working relationships with management, employees, employee representatives and the public representing diverse cultures and backgrounds
• Treat SCFTA employees, visiting artists & crew, representatives of outside agencies and members of the public with courtesy and respect
• Communicate effectively orally and in writing
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
• Bachelors’ degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Experience with hand, power, and shop tools.
• Experience with basic carpentry techniques.
• Experience with basic electrical and plumbing troubleshooting and repairs.
• Experience in reading and understanding building plans and drawings.
• Experience with installation and repair of mechanical and electrical systems, and building maintenance equipment.
• Experience working in a multi-venue performing arts organization highly desired, but not required
• Some computer related experience a plus.