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Fleet Coordinator/Maintenance Assistant

Department: Maintenance 
Reports To: Director of Plant Operations

Position Summary:

Coordinate the use and maintenance of the College’s vehicles.  Perform diversified general grounds work, maintenance, and repair and carpentry duties on college facilities, buildings and common areas.

Essential Functions/Position Responsibilities:

·     Perform general vehicle preventive maintenance and repairs, including fueling, oil changes, registrations, inspection etc.
·     Obtain quotations for major vehicle service and repairs for review and approval by the Director of Plant Operations;
·     Coordinate authorized vehicle maintenance and repairs with mechanic/service provider in a timely and appropriate manner;
·     Coordinate and maintain the College’s vehicle use schedule, identify and report conflicting needs for vehicles to Director of Plant Operations;
·     Assist in the set up, disassembly and clean-up of furniture, structures and grounds in connection with college events;
·     Perform diversified general maintenance and repair duties on buildings, grounds and common areas;
·     Perform duties in accordance with work order or general instructions in a manner that is consistent with established procedures, processes or work instructions;
·     Conduct ongoing inspection of grounds, buildings and common areas to pro-actively identify maintenance and repair needs;
·     Perform new and repair painting of walls, trim, building, furniture etc. as directed;
·     Perform a variety of general repair and/or maintenance of a carpentry, HVAC, plumbing nature such as: repair of exterior and interior walls, doors, windows, trim, furniture, gates, locks, and other structures or surfaces; HVAC system preventive maintenance, light and plumbing fixture repair and maintenance
·     Perform all general grounds and landscaping duties including but not limited to:  mowing, trimming, brush, and leaf and snow removal;
·     Submit parking and vehicle registration documents to appropriate individuals for processing in a timely manner;
·     Perform general driving, pick up, drop off and delivery duties as requested.
·     Perform snow removal, grounds maintenance and other general facility maintenance as assigned.
·     Provide support to other areas of the department as manpower needs dictate.

Supervisory Responsibilities:


Position Requirements:

·    Minimum 3 years related work experience in general building or ground maintenance
·    Current, valid motor vehicle operator license with an acceptable driving record;
·    Demonstrated ability to perform basic vehicle maintenance, service and repairs;
·    Demonstrated ability to safely operate a variety of hand and power tools including but not limited to drills, levels, hand and power saws;
·    Demonstrated knowledge of general carpentry, electrical and plumbing, HVAC repair and maintenance methods and processes;
·    Ability to work independently to achieve desire results on time;
·    Demonstrated ability to perform work in manner compliant with generally accepted safety standards and practices;
·    Ability to receive and utilize written and verbal instructions, procedures and manuals;

Effective communication skills and demonstrated ability to work with and around a diverse population in an appropriate and friendly manner. 

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