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Consolidated Safety Services Maintenance Technician in Kent, Washington

Education/Experience Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent and six (6) - ten (10) years of responsible working experience demonstrating semi-skilled work in the fields of general building and property maintenance and repair. Experience must include but not limited to carpentry, painting, masonry, refurbishing, plumbing, and HVAC. Light electrical and/or welding is a plus. Basic Qualifications: The primary function of the Maintenance Worker is to perform a variety of skilled work within and around a facility campus. Work involves multiple areas, including property and equipment maintenance, preventive maintenance and repairs, light HVAC, carpentry, plumbing, drywall, tiling, and other related duties. A valid Washington state driver's license and the ability to operate fork, man, and boom lifts are a must. Knowledge of: Applicable safety practices and regulations used in various skilled maintenance activities; Methods, materials, equipment, and tools used in maintenance and repair functions; OSHA and Best Practice Safety Standards; Building drawings and blueprints; Computer equipment/systems, i.e., MS Office and online work order systems. Maintenance Worker II must be able to be on call and work evenings and weekends, if needed. Regular attendance is essential. Ability to: Troubleshoot, diagnose, and perform maintenance and repairs; Understand and follow instructions and communicate effectively; Manage time and meet deadlines; Be creative developing solutions and recommendations; Work independently or as part of a team. Duties and Responsibilities: Must demonstrate excellent work habits, good judgment and exemplary customer service skills. Must be able to apply, understand and carry out oral and written directions in English. The essential job functions include, but are not limited to the following: Maintains a safe work environment by adhering to all safety protocols and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and wearing protective equipment as required. Responds to work requests by performing and completing general facilities repairs in a timely manner. Support the facility team on preventative maintenance and repair activities; Inspect buildings, equipment, and grounds to determine conditions needing maintenance and repair work; Repair and maintain buildings and related structural facilities and furnishings; Perform carpentry work including hanging doors, repairing windows, furniture, roofs, walls and ceilings; Install and replaces linoleum, acoustical, carpet, epoxy, and floor tile; Perform plumbing repair work associated with project maintenance and isolated maintenance such as cleaning plugged drains, draining pipes, and replacing washers and gaskets; Repair and replace broken or leaky faucets, pipes, toilets, sinks and drains; Prepare, seal, and paint building surfaces and equipment; Clean windows, doors, and entry ways; Utilize portable power tools and standard hand tools; Estimate and record time and material needed and used for work assignments; Request for needed tools, equipment, supplies and materials to perform assigned tasks; Respond to emergency repair requests. Any duty assigned by your supervisor within your expertise and scope of job duties. Physical Requirements: Routinely required to lift or move twenty five (25) to one hundred (100) pounds, constantly stoop bend, crouch, and crawl; work with hands and arms raised above the head, grasp materials and equipment with both hands, and climb ladders and stairs, work in lifts up to 100 feet from the ground CSS is predominantly a Federal Contractor and is subject to following the terms of Executive Orders. CSS requires all Employees (Direct, Indirect, government, state, and commercial), including employe