David Evans and Associates is currently seeking a Facilities Maintenance Worker to join our on-site project team located in Spokane, WA. This position will serve as the Facility Maintenance Worker for the Bell Office located in Mead (Spokane), WA. Qualified candidates please apply directly to our website at …
David Evans and Associates, Inc
Facilities Maintenance Worker
Job Type :
Full Time Employee
Career Level :
Facilities Maintenance Worker
About the Job David Evans and Associates is currently seeking a Facilities Maintenance Worker to join our on-site project team located in Spokane, WA. This position will serve as the Facility Maintenance Worker for the Bell Office located in Mead (Spokane), WA. There are approximately 20 buildings at this complex. Some overnight travel to field sites is required.
Position Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Perform painting of building structures, e.g. doors, window sashes, walls, etc.
Build shelves and make repairs to building structures. Remodeling and maintenance of existing facilities.
Perform plumbing repairs and modifications to facilities.
Repair concrete surfaces by patching, dry-packing, curing and finishing as required for acceptable appearances. Perform work incidental to the installation of concrete.
Service and make repairs or replacement to heating and air conditioning equipment, which includes changing filters, greasing and lubricating.
Grease and lubricate freight elevators, hoists, and bridge cranes.
Perform maintenance and repair of alarm systems.
Perform maintenance of fuel dispensing facilities, which includes adjustment to testing and changing of hoses and filters.
Maintain and replace windows and doors, including adjustment of hinges, locking mechanisms, and lubrication of doors and hardware.
Repair, install and adjust various types of fencing; including fence fabric, security wires, top rails, and truss supports.
Perform maintenance and repair of various roofing systems, including sheet metal and down spouts.
Perform maintenance of grounds, including application of pesticides and fertilizers.
Perform maintenance of roads, walks, and parking areas including snow removal, sweeping, leveling, and grading.
Inspect and perform minor repairs of oil containment systems (OCS) and/or system parts which are non-electric/mechanical in nature.
Perform maintenance of floors, including waxing, stripping, and replacing of flooring.
Perform routine maintenance on tools and equipment commonly used for job functions.
Lay out own tool and materials and keeps own work area clean.
Maintain stock and stock records of maintenance supplies, equipment and tools necessary for the efficient maintenance of facilities.
Maintain records and maintenance schedules in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendation or BPA directives. Report and record deficiencies found.
Arrange for deliveries by vendors. Perform inspection of vendor deliveries.
Responsible for preparation and submission of administrative documentation associated with duties.
Working knowledge and safe use of table saw, hand saw, hand tools.
Material Handler and forklift certification
Asbestos Awareness certification
Lead Paint Awareness certification
Valid Fist Aid/CPR card
Ability to obtain Non-Electrical Worker Permit (see attached)
Worker/Supplier Provided Equipment, Training and Certifications:
Valid state driver’s license
Certification refresher courses as required by OSHA
Personal Protection equipment (PPE) as noted:
Hand protection (work gloves);
ASTM F2413-05, Class 75 EH rated footwear with over the ankle lace up and rigid sole and heel;
Additional PPE required by State or Federal OSHA for the work to be performed
Non-Electrical Worker Permit
This permit allows unescorted access into, out of and movement within energized facilities to perform predefined work not affecting the electrical operation of the power system by persons who have received appropriate instructions and training, and have demonstrated a level of understanding necessary to safely move about within energized facilities.
The minimum requirements for this permit are:
Verified need to perform non-electrical duties in or around energized facilities
Knowledge and understanding of the BPA Rules of Conduct Handbook, parts 1 and 2.
Minimum rules governing the conduct of the permit holder while in energized facilities:
Allows unescorted access and movement for performance of predefined work not affecting the electrical operation of the power system up to the applicable Minimum Approach Distance (MAD).
Work involving the possibility of inadvertent contact with high voltage parts or the violation of MAD must be performed under the direct, on-site supervision of a qualified electrical worker.
Shall adhere to all safety requirements and substation security policies as provided by the Rules of Conduct Handbook, parts1 and 2.
To obtain or renew this permit:
The applicant is required to know and understand the Rules of Conduct Handbook, parts 1 and 2. The applicant must schedule the Non Electrical Worker Permit Exam with a District Chief Substation Operator or designee who will administer the permit examination.
The applicant is required to schedule the Substation Electrical Hazard Awareness Tour (SEHAT) with a district chief substation operator or designee who will conduct the tour.
Complete an Application for Energized Facilities Permit form 6500.11e. The form must be signed by the Substation Operations-approved responsible work group manager/supervisor and sent to the Substation Operations Group for verification and processing.
The Substation Operations Group, (TOZ), will review and verify the submitted information.
Qualified candidates please apply directly to our website at www.deainc.com or send a resume to Shannon Dubois at email@example.com