Maintenance Technician

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The Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing various maintenance duties for the upkeep of all agency facilities and properties owned and managed by Bear Creek Services. This position also performs regular preventive maintenance of all the organization’s vehicles. The Maintenance Technician ensures adequate support for the agency by performing the following duties: 

  • Model the agency’s mission, vision and values in all interactions.
  • Plan and coordinate work that needs to be done in all agency facilities.
  • Perform routine and regular preventative maintenance work.
  • Perform inspection of facilities, vehicles, equipment, and machinery. Advise management of safety issues and any needed repairs or upgrades.
  • Perform upkeep of all agency facilities such as lights, grounds and landscaping. 
  • Track and document all work done.
  • Oversee the work of contractors to ensure work meets specifications and standards.
  • Inventory and purchase equipment and materials for projects and ensure expenses are within budget limit.
  • Keep records and receipts of all purchases and submit to the Finance department in a timely manner.
  • Review manufacturers' service manuals and records of maintenance problems to determine optimum frequency of preventive maintenance.
  • Confer with department heads and/or supervisors to schedule maintenance and repair to ensure minimal interruption with their scheduled activities.
  • Collaboratively work with staff in setting up agency sponsored events.
  • Estimate costs for parts and supplies needed during scheduled maintenance.
  • Maintain records of planned and completed maintenance.
  • Develop and coordinate plans for the maintenance, repair, or installation of new equipment, vehicles, or facilities.
  • Work with the Facilities Coordinator in locating vendors, soliciting bids, and in securing contracts.
  • Respond to inquiries regarding maintenance-related issues and concerns.
  • Participate in agency committees and perform tasks as assigned.
  • Adhere to safety and security procedures set forth by the agency committee.
  • Attend in-service training as required.
  • Attend and participate in administrative meetings as needed.

Education and/or experience

High School diploma or GED and two years’ experience in building maintenance and vehicle repair.

Licenses and Certifications

Valid Minnesota driver’s license and proof of current automobile insurance

Other Requirements

Must be 18 years of age or older.

Must successfully pass the criminal background check.



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