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Equipment Technician-Utility - 2005008 

EOE StatementCarnegie Mellon University - Software Engineering Institute considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
 
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Position Summary: Troubleshoot various problems that may occur in the set-up of equipment and furniture within SEI facilities, this includes install, assemble and modify furniture for new hires and moves. This position will perform routine maintenance of conference and training room furniture and equipment. Develops and maintains reports/database/metrics as assigned- Conference and training room usage.  Coordinate all conference and training room maintenance work with so as to not interfere with room reservations. Must have good customer service skills and work well with other facilities team members.  Provide assistance as needed to maintain facilities operations. Provides back-up to the Equipment Technician Maintenance (ETM), Equipment Technician Receiving (ETR), Shipping Receiving Coordinator (SRC), Facilities Coordinator Administration (FCA), Facilities Service Coordinator (FSC) and Space and Furniture Coordinator (SFC) positions.  Report to the Facilities Operations Supervisor. Responsible for troubleshooting various problems that may occur while setting up, maintaining and installing various equipment and furniture items throughout the SEI facilities for all SEI staff members. Works with SFC to insure proper use of existing furniture inventory, furniture inventory is maintained on Sharepoint and updated monthly.  This positon is responsible for operations/service support needs at Bakery Square.  Responsibilities include the follow through on various projects relating to furniture and equipment as detailed by the Facilities Operations Supervisor and the Facilities Manager such as the assembly and maintenance of equipment and furniture items, repairing general building hardware, assembling furniture and paneling systems, and reporting any problems to  the Facilities Operations Supervisor.  Provides escorting duties for outside contractors/vendors and coordinates duties with Security.  Must coordinate work with other facilities team members, and assist or request assistance as needed.  This position is required to complete work orders in the MIS system.

 

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

Education/Training: High School Diploma or equivalent combination of technical school training and experience.

Licenses: Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License

Experience: At least 2 years’ experience performing similar work.

Skills/Abilities: Ability to work independently and use initiative to resolve problems, diagnose and make needed repairs, to operate general power tools: knowledge of general computer

Mobility: Finger agility; ability to push, pull and lift furniture, equipment, etc. as needed; ability to carry necessary tools; ability to stand for long periods of time; ability to climb steps or ladders, stoop, reach, bend at the waist and grasp objects.  Be able to lift 25 pounds.

Environmental Conditions: May have to endure weather conditions when traveling from each office location, equipment may be housed and repaired in dusty, damp and crowded conditions. Some warehouse work.

Mental: Ability to pay attention to details and meet deadlines; ability to deal with difficult or demanding individuals; the ability to use reasoning to solve maintenance related problems.

Other:  Occasional week-end and evening hours are required. Obtain DOD secret level security clearance.

 

Preferred Qualifications and Requirements:

Education/Training: High School Diploma or equivalent combination of training and experience with some vocational or craft training

Licenses: Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License

Mobility: Finger agility; ability to push, pull and lift furniture, equipment, etc. as needed; ability to carry necessary tools; ability to stand for long periods of time; ability to climb steps or ladders, stoop, reach, bend at the waist and grasp objects. Be able to lift 25 pounds.

Environmental Conditions: May have to endure weather conditions when traveling from each office location, equipment may be housed and repaired in dusty, damp and crowded conditions. Some warehouse work.                           

Mental: Ability to pay attention to details and meet deadlines; ability to deal with difficult or demanding individuals; the ability to use reasoning to solve maintenance related problems

Other: Occasional week-end and evening hours are required. Obtain DOD secret level security clearance.

 

Accountability:  Develop and maintain the inventory of all SEI furniture. Maintain all conference and training room furniture and equipment.  Maintain all off-site storage facilities.  Report monthly the status of off-site storage and furniture inventory to the Facilities Manager

Direction: Performs work with general supervision from the Facilities Operations Supervisor. Most normal duties and responsibilities are handled independently with the use of established procedures and policies. Difficult or unique situations are referred to the supervisor.

Decisions: Makes decisions or recommendations that are in the best interest of the facilities operation, and provide the highest level of customer service.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Will be required to act as a team leader on special projects, and will be responsible for the completion of assigned work with in specified time constraints.

 

Job Functions or Responsibilities:

35%     Delivery and retrieval of boxes and office equipment to and from offsite storage; cleaning and maintaining of off-campus storage facilities; stocking of supply cabinets and general maintenance to copier and fax machine equipment.  Responsible for operations/service support needs at Bakery Square.  Works with SFC to insure proper use of existing furniture inventory, furniture inventory is maintained on Sharepoint and updated monthly.

35%     Install, assemble, and modify furniture throughout all SEI facilities. Furniture is primary Steelcase and Herman Miller.  Set up of offices for moves and new hires. Move of office content and belongings for SEI staff. Review of office and conference room configurations, maintain office keys and desk keys, office nameplates and supply deliveries according to new hire and moves listings. Assembling furniture and paneling systems, and reporting any problems to the Facilities Operations Supervisor.  Provides escorting duties and coordinates duties with Security.  Provides back-up to the ETM, ETR, SRC, FCA, FSC and SFC positions.

15%     Review of office and conference room configurations, and supply deliveries according to new hire and moves listings.  Resolving various problems such as setting up, maintaining and installing various equipment and furniture items throughout the SEI facilities for all SEI staff members.

15%     Perform/coordinate routine maintenance of conference and training room furniture and equipment. Maintain and update the facilities records including accurate records of requested and completed work, repairs, supply needs and metrics as assigned. This information will be tracked primarily through the online SEI Facilities Request System and Facilities Management System.  Assist with other facilities operations as needed.

100% TOTAL EFFORT

 

Carnegie Mellon University is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer – M/F/Disability/Veteran
 

 
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