Facilities Technician II - Apple Hill Medical Campus - Evenings/

York, PA | Service and Trades | Tracking Code: 74917


Full time (80 hours biweekly)

Monday - Friday  3pm - 11:30pm

Ability to work on-call rotation required




Job Description:

Under minimal supervision of the Supervisor/Foreman or others assigned, works with full competency in at least one of the essential job accountability categories. The qualified Craftsman should also possess a basic understanding with some working knowledge for duties represented under the remaining essential job accountability categories.    

Duties and Responsibilities

The following are essential job accountabilities; HVAC-R

  1. Displays an advanced understanding for HVAC-R and the operating principles and can perform complex and precise inspections, service, and recovery.
  2. Has a working knowledge for one or more of the following: boilers, chillers, RTU’s, air handlers, cooling towers, CRAC units, Liebert units, split systems, etc.
  3. Displays an intermediate understanding and application for the inspection, service and preventative maintenance of refrigeration equipment including ice machines and refrigerators.
  4. Displays a working knowledge of heating hot water and steam systems and can perform intermediate repairs and service.
  5. Full understanding for Building Automation Systems (BAS), particularly Siemens and NRG (Honeywell).
  6. Minimally possess a Type II Refrigerant Certification, with Universal being beneficial

The following are essential job accountabilities; Mechanic

  1. Performs basic repairs to mechanical equipment, food services, furniture, office, and medical equipment.
  2. Performs necessary repairs to medical equipment including by not limited to stretchers, litters, and wheelchairs.
  3. Performs and/or trains others on the PM’s of equipment including filter changes, belt changes, fluid changes and more.
  4. Displays a solid troubleshooting skillset for auto doors.
  5. Displays a solid understanding for medical gas systems and pneumatic tube systems.
  6. Has a working understanding for and can provide service for pumps, fans, motors, and other mechanical equipment. This will include motor alignment, drive couplings and bearing replacements.

The following are essential job accountabilities; Electrician

  1. Understands and applies a basic understanding for Ohms Law, National Electrical Code, OSHA lock and tag.
  2. Display electrical skills required to work with voltages to 480V.
  3. Capable of identifying and enforcing Arc Flash protection for WellSpan staffing, contractors, and visitors.
  4. Ability to design and install EMT, rigid, flexible metal and rigid non-metallic conduit installations. Design systems and install distribution panels, size breakers, fuses, and size branch circuit wiring.
  5. Ability to use multi meter to check voltage and continuity. Proficiency with additional specialized test equipment expected.
  6. Understands NEMA plug and receptacle configurations.
  7. Ability to read electrical one-line diagrams, electrical schematics, and control diagrams.
  8. Must be able to fully install, troubleshoot and service electrical systems including: switchgear, lighting circuits, receptacle circuits, equipment feeds, and control circuits.
  9. Install and service lighting fixtures (installs ballasts/bulbs/drivers), lighting controls and switches.

The following are essential job accountabilities; Plumber

  1. Able to assemble piping materials and systems such as copper, black iron, cast iron, PVC, and others.
  2. Effectively solder, braze, and assemble piping systems with proficiency and accuracy per code.
  3. Ability to weld is helpful.
  4. Solid understanding of domestic water and sanitary waste systems, with the ability to troubleshoot and make advanced repairs.
  5. Be proficient in the ability to read riser diagrams and plumbing schematics.
  6. Be proficient in the installation and service of plumbing fixtures and related installations such as valves, sinks, toilets, water heaters, eye wash stations, mixing valves, sprinklers, and drinking fountains.
  7. Operate advanced plumbing equipment such as sewer cameras, drain snakes and more.

The following are essential job accountabilities; Carpenter

  1. Capable of mounting pictures, boards, dispensers and other wall décor properly.
  2. Assist in the layout, construction, and installation of casework, including base cabinets, wall cabinets, counter tops, Corian and more.
  3. Experienced and competent in painting, staining and application of other finishes.
  4. Construct walls using metal studs, various wall boards, finishing with tape and drywall compound.
  5. Installs flooring including VCT, LVT and other sheet goods.
  6. Repairs and installs hard surface flooring such as ceramic, epoxy and other floors.
  7. Assembles a material list and installs handrails, chair rails, wall protection plates, cove base, trim and various wall mounted fixtures.
  8. Installs and maintains suspended ceilings.
  9. Possess the basic understanding and have the capability to perform locksmith duties.
  10. Repairs, installs and/or replaces doors, windows, and related hardware.

The following are general job accountabilities; General

  1. Have a basic knowledge for roofing technology and be able to identify issues, along with the ability to provide oversight for contracted services.
  2. Must be able to perform snow removal efforts for extended periods of time using hand shovel, snow blower, walk behind salt spreader, small tractor, or truck with plow.
  3. Must be able to apply snow melting chemicals when necessary on roads, walkways, and outside staircases.
  4. Performs a variety of general maintenance, repair, overhaul, and construction duties as assigned throughout all assigned locations.
  5. Displays a basic knowledge for the application of NFPA codes and regulations.
  6. Understands and exhibits applicable OSHA safety requirements.

The following are common expectations:

  1. Fosters teamwork and works as one.
  2. Exhibits positive character and a strong a work ethic.
  3. Follows established policies and procedures, objectives, quality assessment and safety standards.
  4. Keeps work areas clean, safe, and orderly. Ensures proper care in the use of equipment and supplies.
  5. Provides outstanding service to all customers, patients, and visitors.
  6. Applies fiscal responsibility when making decisions and performing job duties.
  7. Participates in educational programs and in-service meetings.
  8. Records, documents, and maintains the proper paperwork.
  9. Has a basic understanding for computer technology and can display a proficient use of various software programs.
  10. Displays a working knowledge of building, fire, and safety codes.
  11. Must be able to perform overtime, work weekends and other shifts when needed.
  12. Must be able to perform on-call duties when assigned.
  13. Must display good communication skills, problem solving abilities and be a critical thinker.
  14. May be called upon to operate in a “lead” role for the foreman/supervisor when requested.
  15. This position will provide guidance and training for the Building Craftsman I position on a regular basis.
  16. Performs other related duties as assigned.



  • Minimum Experience:
    • 2-3 years of experience as a Mechanic, Plumber, HVAC-R Tech or a combination of any is preferred
  • Minimum Education:
    • High School or G.E.D.
  • Pref Course(s)/Training_Vocational or Technical Schooling
    • Refrigerant Handling Certification 

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  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life and accidental death insurance
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • Retirement savings plan
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • PTO bridging
  • Short-term disability
  • Educational assistance
  • Forgivable loan
  • Flexible spending
  • Credit union
  • Employee recreational activities
  • Childcare
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