The Facility Services Support / Helper
is responsible for performing a wide range of maintenance, repair and installation
duties. Adheres to safety policies and procedures that have been established
for JMTS. Performs preventive maintenance on equipment and building facility
systems. Assists in troubleshooting,
repairing and maintaining production and facility equipment according to equipment
specifications, safety procedures, and internal production and maintenance
systems and processes. Assists with
maintenance and repair of buildings, grounds, mechanical equipment, plumbing
systems, utility systems, vehicles and trailers. Helps with new or remodeling construction
work. Performs housekeeping, maintenance, and organization of work areas
to keep work space clean and safe.
QUALIFICATIONS (to be
hired into the position):
Education Required: High School diploma or GED
Training and Experience Required: Basic computer
skills with ability to use various software applications such as Microsoft
Office programs (Outlook, Word, and Excel) and CAD drawing programs. Initial
training will be performed by the Facility Services Foreman and will continue
until the employee is knowledgeable on all of the basic duties,
responsibilities, skills, safety procedures and layout of the entire facility. The employee must work for one year as a
Facility Services Helper while in training before advancing to Facility
Services Support position.
Knowledge and Skills Required:
Principles and practices of environmental,
health and safety regulations.
of basic mathematics.
knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair and
of materials, methods, terminology, equipment and tools used in the
maintenance, repair, and construction of building structures and systems
including those used in performing rough and finished carpentry, plumbing, heating,
electrical, mechanical, and painting work.
Knowledge of construction and project management
Knowledge of relevant maintenance procedures,
methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software.
to read and write English language, and speak effectively before groups of
people. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
to comply with health, safety and environmental regulations, policies and
and understand construction drawings, blueprints, schematics plans and
maintenance duties and operate related equipment.
to write routine reports and correspondence.
at math; possesses analytical abilities.
attention to detail with an eye for accuracy.
to troubleshoot and resolve issues with equipment failure, damages, and/or building
and vehicle problems. Exhibits good problem solving skills.
of identifying and completing critical tasks independently, with a sense of
urgency and with minimal supervision.
- Stability and Unlimited Opportunity - (Almost 40 years of business with out any lay-offs!)
- Medical, Dental, Vision
- HSA with Employer Contribution
- 401k with Matching
- Vacation, Sick, & Holiday Pay
- Employer Paid Life Insurance
- All Work Related Travel Expenses Paid by Company
- Leadership Development