Maintenance Technician II
Sonoma, CA 95476
-Assists Facilities Technician III and conducts minor repairs and maintenance on plumbing, physical structure, electrical fixtures, machinery, heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, spa, kitchen and laundry equipment, using hand and power tools, electrician, and plumbing tools.
-Refers to blue prints and manuals.
-Inspects and observes equipment in operation for defects, listens for sounds to locate causes of trouble
-Replaces drive belts and filters on equipment.
-Starts devices to test their performance.
-Replaces washers and seals and clears clogged drains.
-Occasionally paints walls, floors, wood work and fixtures of establishment.
-Makes and repairs wooden structures.
-Changes light bulbs throughout the hotel.
-Replace switches and receptacles.
-Repairs brick, concrete and sheetrock walls.
-Check pool/spa chemicals and maintain water analysis logs
-Is familiar with all fire and emergency procedures.
-Maintains shop and other work areas in a clean and organized condition.
-Establishes accountability by consistently filling out maintenance log book properly utilizing the rapid response system (espresso).
-Performs other duties as required.
-High school degree
-Prior maintenance experience
-Basic math skills
-Must be able to speak English
- Will need to be in good physical condition
- Will have regular bending, kneeling and reaching as well as lifting and moving of materials
<strong>Hire Date:</strong> February 2013<br/> <strong>Alma Mater:</strong> Chico State University<br/> <strong>Favorite restaurant:</strong> Tomasso’s (in SF)<br/> <strong>Words to Staff By: </strong>“Go with your gut.”<br/> <strong>Words to Work By:</strong> “You’ve got to be kidding me!”<br/> <strong>Interesting Accomplishment:</strong> “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson<br/> <strong>Something Few Know About Me:</strong> I achieved my 15 minutes of fame one day by playing guitar in a rock band in Oregon.</div>