Employment at MSM

Job Opening:

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Residence Hall Handy Person

Title: Handy Person
Department: Office of Facilities and Campus Safety
Reports to: Engineering and Life Safety Supervisor
Internal Contacts: Residence Hall Residents and Staff
External Contacts: Vendors, Contractors, City Agencies, and others as needed
Incumbent: Vacant
Employment Status: Full-time; non-exempt

Domains

  • Perform minor carpentry, electrical, and plumbing troubleshooting and repair, helping to ensure the building is well-kept, safe, and properly functioning.
  • Assist maintenance staff with day-to day operation of central plant systems, including cooling towers, boilers, pumps, HVAC systems and controls, fire alarm and sprinkler systems, elevators, and other critical equipment.
  • Maintain all keyed and electronic door and door hardware systems.
  • Maintain an inventory of tools, supplies, and equipment, working with Facilities Office staff to order items as needed.
  • Oversee contractors and representatives from other agencies when on site.
  • Assist with garbage, snow removal, and exterior cleaning when needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 years of facilities and building system experience.
  • Technical knowledge of building systems, contractual maintenance, construction, and related services desirable.
  • Willingness to secure certifications (OSHA, FDNY, boiler, sprinkler, standpipe, etc.) as requested in support of building systems.
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and Local laws, ordinances, and codes relating to the operation and safety of facilities.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Positive customer service and interpersonal skills; self-motivated; organized with good time management skills; and able to work under pressure.

Contact Information

Send letter of application and résumé including three references to:

Richard Osorio
Engineering and Life Safety Supervisor
facilities@msmnyc.edu

No phone calls, please.

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