Facilities Technician II - Engineering Reliability - Evenings

York, PA | Service and Trades | Tracking Code: 95876

Located at York Hospital

Full time (80 hours biweekly) 

Monday - Friday 3pm - 11:30pm with ability to work off shift hours and weekends as needed to maintain a safe facility

Will be part of an On-Call Rotation

Shift differential pay




Job Description

Under the direction of the Supervisor/Foreman or others assigned, applies a working knowledge with several of the essential job accountabilities. The qualified Craftsman should also possess a basic understanding for various other responsibilities represented under the remaining essential job accountability categories.


Duties and Responsibilities

The following are essential job accountabilities; HVAC-R

1. Displays a basic understanding for HVAC-R and the operating principles. Able to perform basic 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 a basic understanding and application for the inspection, service and preventative maintenance of refrigeration equipment including ice machines and refrigerators.

4. Displays a basic understanding of heating hot water and steam systems and can perform entry level repairs and service.

5. Displays a basic understanding for Building Automation Systems (BAS), particularly Siemens and NRG (Honeywell).

6. Refrigerant handling certification helpful

The following are essential job accountabilities; Mechanic

7. Performs basic repairs to mechanical equipment, food services, furniture, office, and medical equipment.

8. Performs necessary repairs to medical equipment including by not limited to stretchers, litters, and wheelchairs.

9. Capable of assisting and/or performing PM’s on equipment including filter changes, belt changes, fluid changes and more.

10. Has a basic understanding for and can provide service for pumps, fans, motors, and other mechanical equipment.

11. Intermediate troubleshooting skills for auto doors, ice machines, medical gas outlets, fan coils, and pumps air/liquid, tube system.

The following are essential job accountabilities; Electrician

12. Provides a basic understanding for Ohms Law, National Electrical Code, OSHA lock and tag, and how to read electrical schematics.

13. Basic electrical skills required proving competency for working with voltages to 480v.

14. Ability to install EMT, rigid, flexible metal and rigid non-metallic conduit. Install distribution panels, size breakers, fuses, and size branch circuit wiring.

15. Ability to use multi meter to check voltage and continuity.

16. Understand the NEMA plug and receptacle configurations.

17. Display a basic understanding for the installation, troubleshooting and servicing of electrical systems including: switchgear, lighting circuits, receptacle circuits, equipment feeds, and control circuits.

18. Ability to service lighting fixtures (i.e. install ballasts/bulbs/drivers).

The following are essential job accountabilities; Plumber

19. Understand methods involved in assembling piping materials such as copper, black iron, cast iron, PVC, and others.

20. Be able to effectively solder, braze and assemble piping systems with proficiency and accuracy per code.

21. Basic understanding of domestic water, sanitary waste, and steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot and make basic repairs.

22. Ability to read riser diagrams and plumbing schematics. Basic understanding of plumbing fixtures and related installations for sinks, toilets, water heaters, eye wash stations, mixing valves, sprinklers, and drinking fountains.

The following are essential job accountabilities; Carpenter

23. Capable of mounting pictures, boards, dispensers and other wall décor properly.

24. Experienced and competent in painting, staining and application of other finishes.

25. Capable of constructing walls using metal studs, various wall boards, finishing with tape and drywall compound.

26. Installs flooring including VCT, LVT and other sheet goods.

27. Repairs and installs hard surface flooring such as ceramic, epoxy and other floors.

28. Installs handrails, chair rails, wall protection plates, cove base, trim and various wall mounted fixtures.

29. Installs and maintains suspended ceilings.

30. Displays a basic understanding and ability to replace doors, windows, and related hardware.

31. Assist with locksmithing duties.

The following are general job accountabilities; General

32. Have a basic knowledge for roofing technology and be able to identify issues.

33. Performs a variety of general maintenance, repair, overhaul, and construction duties as assigned throughout all assigned locations.

The following are common expectations:

34. Fosters teamwork and works as one.

35. Exhibits positive character and a strong work ethic.

36. Maintains established policies and procedures, objectives, quality assessment and safety standards.

37. Keeps work areas clean, safe, and orderly. Ensures proper care in the use of equipment and supplies.

38. Provides outstanding service to all patients and visitors.

39. Applies a fiscal responsibility when making decisions.

40. Participates in educational programs and in-service meetings.

41. Records, documents and maintains the proper paperwork.

42. Has a basic understanding for computer technology and can display a proficient use of various software programs.

43. Should display a working knowledge of building, fire, and safety codes.

44. Must be able to perform overtime, work weekends and other shifts when needed.

45. Must be able to perform on-call duties if assigned.

46. Must display good communication skills, problem solving abilities and be a critical thinker.

47. Performs other related duties as identified.




Minimum Education:                      High School or G.E.D.


Minimum Experience:                     2 - 3 years

                                                   Strong mechanical background is a must


Pref Course(s)/Training:                  Vocational or Technical Schooling

                                                    Refrigerant Handling Certification


Physical Demands:                         Heavy physical effort (50lb max, over 50lbs requires 2-person or mechanical lift.)

                                                    Frequent prolonged standing/walking

                                                    Pushes/pulls or moves/lifts heavy equipment/supplies

                                                    Manual dexterity and mobility

                                                    Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching

                                                    Ability to safely work at heights, from ladders or scaffolding

                                                    Ability to climb

                                                    Ability to work in small confined spaces


Working Conditions:                     Subject to electrical and radiant energy hazards

                                                  Exposed to hazards from electrical/mechanical/power equipment

                                                  May be exposed to biohazardous/radioactive substances

                                                  May be exposed to toxic chemicals

                                                  Subject to injury from moving parts of equipment

                                                  Works in precarious or high locations (ladders, scaffolding, etc.)

                                                  Exposed to hot or noisy equipment

                                                  Work for extended periods exposed to weather conditions (cold, heat, wind, Etc.)


Req Protective Equipment:           Eye Protection

                                                 Breathing Protection

                                                 Hearing Protection

Angela Solle
Angela Solle
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