Facility / Property Maintenance Mechanic
Current Colorado driver's license with a (relatively) clean
driving record is required.
Excellent benefits, highly competitive pay, great work
environment and consistent work schedule.
The Facility / Property Maintenance Technician assists with all
aspects of facility/grounds maintenance throughout the Aspen Valley
Hospital portfolio of properties. Under general supervision
maintains, repairs, and documents building components and
mechanical equipment in accordance with TJC, OSHA guidelines,
industry/manufacturer best practices, or per AVH policies.
Primary Scope of Responsibilities:
Properly performs preventive maintenance and operational/safety
tests and repairs in accordance with TJC, OSHA guidelines, industry
best practices, or per AVH policies.
Repairs and maintains building components and mechanical systems
in accordance with diagrams, technical manuals and standard
practices utilizing power tools, testing and analyzing equipment
and other tools relevant to accomplishing the job
Observes equipment during operation, disassemble equipment for
repair or preventive maintenance and to conduct tests to verify and
ensure proper operation.
Properly utilizes Computerized Maintenance Management Software
Completes daily, or as assigned, operational verifications,
repairs and adjustments. Monitor equipment to verify proper and
safe operating parameters are met.
Records pertinent documentation in accordance with regulatory
requirements, professional standards, and hospital policy.
Accurately records in logs, PM sheets, work orders, etc. work
accomplished, time and materials, corrective actions and date of
Consistently maintains and repairs equipment or systems
utilizing proper tools & materials.
Participates in required training for compliance related
activities (HIPAA, Compliance, Patient Safety, TJC, etc.)
Assists with office moves, patching and painting, general
repairs (electrical, low voltage, plumbing, etc), snow removal, and
landscaping work as required.
Adheres to federal, state and hospital rules and regulations
concerning HIPAA privacy and security.
Represents the department/hospital as a dedicated, courteous,
and responsive employee
Demonstrates purposeful service excellence through exceeding
patient and coworker expectations.
Follows Hospital compliance plan and policies, including the
Code of Conduct.
Demonstrates responsibility and accountability for own
professional decision making and professional growth.
Participates and contributes to departmental meetings and
Ability to take rotating on call for nights and weekends
approximately 7 weeks per year.
POPULATION SPECIFIC CRITERIA
Demonstrates the ability to assess and interact with customers
of all ages, recognizing language and learning barriers, and
Possesses the desire to learn new systems/equipment and continue
to grow and keep up with an ever changing industry.
Remain flexible to changes in job priority on a constant
3-5 years work experience in a technical field or facility
Strong aptitude for reading and interpreting information from
manuals and drawings preferred
Previous hospital experience preferred.
Ability to concentrate and show attention to detail required
Ability to operate a variety of vehicles/equipment safely, ex:
plow truck, skid steer, sweeper, snow blower, pressure washer, etc
High degree of analytical abilities required
Strong interpersonal skills required
Ability to start and complete work independently required
Ability to lift 50 pounds regularly
Demonstrated knowledge of safety procedures
Excellent computer/technical skills highly desired
Ability to read and communicate effectively in English
Bi-Lingual in Spanish highly desired
Must live within 1 hour of AVH, or stay in call room when on
rotating call week
Valid State of Colorado driver’s license with a relatively clean
driving record is required
High school education and trade or technical school
Work is often performed in extreme temperatures ranging from
over 100F (boiler room) to -20F (snow removal)
May be exposed to communicable diseases through normal or
careless performance of responsibilities
May be exposed to dangers associated with mechanical devices
May be exposed to stressful situations
Exposure to loud noises and the dangers of electrical shock and