The Utility Worker will use established procedures and work under immediate supervision, while maintaining Plasma Center facility and equipment in a clean and orderly condition. Cleans, sweeps, and mops during the work day schedule and as needed, with special emphasis on donor bathrooms and waiting areas. Supplements custodial staff as needed to help with weather conditions that impact the appearance of the Center. Responsible for building maintenance; doing repairs and preventative maintenance when possible. Changing light bulbs, replace stained ceiling tiles, replace batteries in toilets, check sink faucets and eye wash stations for proper operation and flow (clean faucet aerators if needed). Clean freezers as assigned by supervisor. Inspects all TV's in the donor waiting area or in donor floor area for proper operation/connections. Brings major building problems to the immediate attention of center management. May be required to maintain and clean or inspect landscape, grounds and parking area and snow removal (if applicable) adjacent to the Center provided by outside vendor. Report lights out on buildings and/or parking lots to management. Report damage to fencing, gates, graffiti, vandalism, dumpster/trash bin areas, cigarette butt receptacles, etc. to management.
High school graduation or GED equivalent proficiency in the use of English and math
Some previous repair and maintenance experience required. General knowledge of custodial and building maintenance required.
Other Essential Knowledge:
Able to work with numbers. Detail minded. Legible hand writing. Ability to coordinate inventories on a first in/first out basis
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