Facilities Technician, HVAC – Peoria, IL

Posted: April 25, 2024

Company: Springfield Clinic

Employer Type: Other

Position Type: Full Time

Job Type: Technician

Experience Level: Mid Level

Certification Required: Other

Education Required: High School/GED



The Facilities Technician - HVAC is responsible for the overall performance, quality, maintenance, and operations of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection systems and grounds for facilities owned and leased by Springfield Clinic.

Job Relationships
Reports to the Facilities Manager

Principal Responsibilities
Develop and maintain a working knowledge and skill necessary to operate, maintain, trouble-shoot and repair HVAC systems for Springfield Clinic properties.
Perform preventative and corrective maintenance and repairs to HVAC systems.
Perform routine installations, inspections, testing, maintenance, repairs and record keeping associated with all Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection systems and equipment.
Perform routine light carpentry and repairs to assist in maintaining a high quality appearance for all Clinic properties, grounds, equipment and furniture.
Participate in the Facilities Management training program to enhance technical skills and overall safety in the workplace.
Participate in emergency "on-call' assignments as requested.
Comply with the Springfield Clinic incident reporting policy and procedures.
Adhere to all OSHA and Springfield Clinic training & accomplishments as required per policy.
Provide excellent customer service and adhere to SC Way customer service philosophy.
Perform other job duties as assigned.

Desired Skills

High School graduate or GED required.
Three years’ experience in building maintenance required, including HVAC experience.

HVAC certification required.
Must maintain a valid State of Illinois driver€™s license and provide the Springfield Clinic insurance carrier with an acceptable motor vehicle report.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Basic knowledge of one or more trades such as mechanical and electrical systems, safety codes/systems, alarm systems, painting and surface finishing, wallpapering, re- model/construct tasks and materials.
Requires eye-hand coordination in utilizing equipment and tools.
Ability to work under high stress conditions, keeping irregular hours.

Working Environment
On-site work area environment.
Works in conditions of heat, cold, wetness, dust, rain, snow.
Responds to on-call emergencies as needed.
Exposure to communicable diseases and bodily fluids
Prolonged walking or standing, repeated stooping, squatting, stretching, climbing of ladders.
Occasional evening or weekend work.
Frequent lifting and carrying materials up to 50 pounds.
Frequent exposure to mechanical and electrical hazards.
Fine manual dexterity necessary to repair or replace fine components.

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