- Job Title:
- Facilities Ren/Rest Techn
- Job ID:
- University Hospitals
- Facilities Support Services
- Full/Part Time:
- Shift Varies
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Facilities Ren/Rest Techn (Job Opening 437907) - The Support Services Shop performs renovation, restoration, and firestopping tasks. This title is covered under the current Agreement between The Ohio State University and Communication Workers of America Local 4501.
Shift, hours, days, and/or location are subject to change based on operational need in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement; may work overtime; subject to 24 hour emergency call.
Will require the successful completion of a criminal background check and motor vehicle review; may require employee health evaluation and vaccinations.
Under the supervision of a senior technician or supervisor, performs renovation and restoration tasks to maintain the aesthetic components of the facilities interior and exterior. Modifies and installs drywall, doors, windows, ceilings and flooring; inspects and repairs fire rated walls and doors; and performs finishing tasks. Updates building drawings as necessary. Responds to emergency situations and evaluates and corrects defects. May assist lower level facilities technicians.
Assists other trades as needed; adheres to all safety practices and procedures; cleans and maintains work areas and equipment; attends meetings; properly completes documentation; provides a high level of customer service; communicates to customers, coworkers and supervision via written, electronic and verbal methods and devices; operates department vehicles; performs other duties as assigned. Actively supports our commitment to the university value of acting with integrity and personal accountability to establish a culture of professionalism in the workplace.
Education and experience
High school diploma/GED or equivalent combination of education and experience; four years’ experience in general construction, carpentry, fire-stopping, or painting; obtain the following within the probationary period: valid OSHA 10-hour General Industry Safety and Health card; successful completion of probationary period includes demonstrated competence in two of the following technical specialties as determined by the needs of the department: rough carpentry, finishing; fire-stopping, flooring.
Qualified candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment physical including a drug screen and background check.