North Island College Maintenance Support Assistant Temporary in Campbell River, BC

North Island College

Branch Campbell River BC CA

Maintenance Support Assistant
Campbell River, BC

Grade 12 plus construction apprenticeship training and five years experience in construction or acceptable combination of training and experience….

Under the direction of the Manager, Regional Operations, the Maintenance Support Assistant is responsible for providing identified operational and maintenance services including aspects of security, health and safety, moving, general/minor repairs and general site maintenance. The position will work co-operatively with other services, both public and private to meet these objectives. This is a casual on call position with a schedule as needed, Monday through Friday. The Maintenance Support Assistant is aware of the Mission and Values of North Island College, incorporating and practicing the values in everything they do. Competencies below reflect types of work that may come under the requirements of this position at various times. Actual workload is typically movement of furniture and materials, hanging of whiteboards and minor general maintenance at hours convenient for both employee and employer.

Position Competencies
Job Knowledge; Judgment; Teamwork; Planning & Organization; Customer Service Excellence; Communication & Interpersonal Skills.

Duties and Responsibilities
– Surveys the Campus grounds each morning for suspicious activities, security concerns, vandalism or other situation;
– Ensures all specified external entrances to buildings are disarmed and open to the public by 8:00 am Monday to Friday. These requirements may vary during non-instructional periods;
– Ensures that specified classrooms are unlocked by 8:00 a.m.;
– Reports any door or lock malfunctions to supervisor;
– Assists faculty and staff that may be locked out of their offices or classrooms.

Health and Safety
– (be prepared to) respond to any health and safety issues associated with slipping, tripping or other related concerns that are identified. This may include the movement of obstacles, rerouting of extension cords, securing bookshelves and filing cabinets to walls, the clean up of oil spills and other related tasks.

– Responsible for dismantling, movement, setup and installation of furniture, equipment, and other related supplies;
– Responsible for the physical movement, storage and disposal of obsolete or surplus furniture, equipment and related supplies, to established procedures and practices.

General/Minor Repairs
– Minor repairs and modifications including the installation of keyboard trays, repairs to desks and filing cabinets, hanging of pictures, assembly of bookshelves and furniture, and other related tasks.

General Site Maintenance
– Monitors walkways for ice and apply ice melt as needed;
– During minor snowfalls clears all entrances and walkways between buildings and applies ice melt as needed;
– May be required to operate small equipment including a snow blower;
– Reports any serious snow or ice issues to supervisor;
– Monitors condition of campus roadways and parking lots, reporting any damaged or missing signs or other grounds maintenance issues.

Required Education & Experience
Grade 12 plus construction apprenticeship training and five years experience in construction or acceptable combination of training and experience.

Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
– Good time management and interpersonal skills to provide courteous and timely service to College employees and students;
– Good understanding of basic construction tools, power tools, and their application and maintenance;
– Good manual dexterity and good physical condition.

Special Instructions to Applicants
Please scan copies of your transcripts into one document for attachment. If your transcripts are not available at the time of application, please attach a letter or certificate of confirmation from the educational institution.

or proceed with Standard Application Form.

Employment Type: Temporary
Location: Campbell River, BC, CA
Posted on: 2016-09-22
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