Medxcel Facilities Management Maintenance Mechanic II (PRN) in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Medxcel is here to lead the transformation of healthcare facilities management by incorporating a new approach to providing services. Created by healthcare, for healthcare, we have a dedicated focus on our people and customers, as well as providing tools, processes, support resources, data analytics and insource strategies that drive results.
This is a PRN position (hours as needed) and not a full-time role.
The Maintenance Mechanic II will perform preventive maintenance duties for Medxcel throughout the assigned working location of St. John Medical Center - Tulsa, OK. The Maintenance Mechanic II also troubleshoots, diagnoses, and repairs mechanical systems and equipment for the facilities. The Maintenance Mechanic II may be assigned more complex assignments that include multiple systems or cross-departmental interaction to complete the maintenance or repair. Specialized knowledge and expertise in HVAC, motors, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems are required to perform a variety of duties including: repairing heating, lighting, cooling, plumbing, ventilation systems and equipment; installation and maintenance of motors; and the installation and maintenance of specialized equipment.
Mechanical System Maintenance and Repair:
Installs, maintains, and repairs equipment such as steam valves, steam traps, steam or water coils, radiators, water softeners, unit heaters, water heaters, condensate and circulating pumps
Installs, services, and repairs electric motors, heaters, coolers, refrigerators, and other related equipment using various hand and power tools of the maintenance trades
Installs, maintains, and repairs air compressors and other air conditioning equipment using various machine tools
Services and repairs appliances such as fans, toasters, washing machines, and gasoline pumps using machine and hand tools; may also maintain, operate, and repair motor vehicles (tune-ups, brakes, hydraulics)
Maintains central steam and chemical water treatment systems, as well as other systems, using gauges and other test instruments to diagnose malfunctions and mechanic hand and power tools to disassemble, repair, and reassemble system components
Fabricates, assembles, and tests parts as needed, such as various pumps, valves, laboratory equipment, heaters, compressors, experimental fire equipment, and other mechanical system parts using metal fabricating tools, common hand tools, power tools, and welding torches
Safely operates electrical and air powered tools, pipe fitting, welding, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other mechanical tools, snow removal and salt spreader equipment and/or other heavy equipment assigned to the department
Installs new/replacement equipment and materials in facilities by performing electrical, plumbing, carpentry, welding, masonry, glazing, boiler, hydraulic, pneumatic, irrigation, heating, refrigeration, ventilating, air conditioning and other maintenance work
Trouble shoots, diagnoses and repairs malfunctions in boilers, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, heating, refrigeration, ventilating and air conditioning, irrigation and other RTD systems, structures and equipment
Open, repair, maintain, and install all types of locks, doors, or related electronic interfaces and assemblies to ensure efficient doors function in compliance with applicable life safety regulatory requirements
Maintains shop master key boxes, maintains records on issuance of all keys and operates key machines to duplicate or generate keys as needed
High School Diploma or equivalent required
Completion of a recognized program in vocational training for the relevant trade required
Five years (5) mechanical experience required
Experience in healthcare facility preferred
Two years (2) journey level experience in a related trade preferred