Property Management Technician

Closing Date
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Date Posted: 05/26/2023
Req ID: 31507
Faculty/Division: UofT Mississauga
Department: UTM: Facilities, Management & Planning
Campus: University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Description: Under direction performs installations, minor repairs and maintenance duties on a regular basis and basic caretaking duties in a number of buildings of the University. Typical Duties The following illustrative tasks indicate the level of skill required, and the extent of responsibility involved in this job. They in no way limit the incumbent to the tasks indicated. Flexibility of the employee to perform a wide variety of functions is necessary in successfully fulfilling the requirements of this position. The degree to which each employee performs each of the following tasks listed below will vary according to where and when the employee is scheduled to work. a) Performs maintenance duties to ensure the building, fixtures and equipment are maintained to standard and are in good working order such as repairing / replacing and adjusting equipment, fixtures, furniture and appliances, minor carpentry/woodwork, hardware replacement and repair; light replacement; switch and receptacle face plate replacement/installation; tightening screws; hanging pictures and banners; rod/ bracket installations and repair; replace screens, windows, tap washers; unplug toilets and bathroom/kitchen fixture adjustments; visually inspecting drains; review of existing or proposed drawings and hardware schedules for new construction or renovation projects; vacuuming water; locating and assessing roof leaks; moving heavy items and completing room set ups. b) Installs/repairs/replaces door hardware and associated systems such as: door closures; door sweeps; kick plates; grilles; electric strikes/lock bodies; door contacts; low voltage wiring; hinges; exit devices; door pulls; overhead door stops, concealed rods; standalone alarm systems. c) Responsible for campus keying systems including: creating master key system; cutting/duplicating keys; managing key databases; re/key doors within existing master, sub master keying systems; management of key box software and databases; conducts key audits. d) Setting and changing lock combinations of safes and standalone access control locking systems (Safes, Unican, Eplex, etc.) e) General maintenance of lights, equipment, building fixtures (general building maintenance such as springs, appliances, closures, washers, seals, flooring/ceiling tile repair/replacement, caulking, basic wall repair, minor residential painting). f) Responsible for installing and maintaining internal signage. g) Inspects, maintains and repairs all Vingcard hardware; creates and issues new/replacement cards; manages key inventory database; troubleshoots malfunctioning equipment as required. h) Maintains all accessibility operators in good working order by: replacing motors; circuit boards; changing fuses; installing new wired/wireless buttons and transmitters; adjusting settings to ensure AODA compliance. i) Performs visual inspection of building, equipment, fixtures and appliances performing maintenance or reporting as needed. j) Clears entrance ways to buildings and residences of snow and ice, lays salt. k) Develops and performs preventative maintenance plans for hardware and equipment and executes maintenance at regular intervals. l) Maintains and repairs campus equipment such as: ride-on scrubbers; wet/dry vacuums; iMops; shredders; mop buckets; caretaking carts; moving dollies, etc. m) Completes monthly fire and safety equipment inspections - reporting items requiring specialized repair. n) Observes, corrects and/or reports any health and safety concerns (e.g. broken, defective or missing fire/safety equipment). o) Follows established protocol during fire alarms including checking alarm panel, communication with Fire Department, making announcements to building occupants and resets fire pull stations/fire panel/elevator based on established rules and/or instruction; replaces smoke detector and security alarm batteries on a regular schedule. p) Reports on damaged and defective equipment; advises supervisor on repairs required and follows up to ensure repairs are completed;(e.g. building heaters; pull station cover; security equipment). q) Cleans and mops floors; cleans residences and related buildings, equipment and surrounding areas; removes garbage. r) Liaises with the appropriate supervisors, such as Building Managers, Supervisors, Deans, Directors, Managers and Chairs as well as administrative staff and students to ensure Work Order Requests, maintenance and cleanliness are executed to local and University Building Standards and Health and Safety standards in a timely and safe fashion and to keep others informed of facility issues. s) Responds to requests of building occupants and contractors; informs them of required information; provides supplies or services related to building maintenance; accompanies and directs parties as needed. t) Properly stores and maintains an inventory of materials and equipment; and orders supplies as applicable. u) Maintains accurate and timely records of work completed using digital workflow management software. v) Provides capital and renovation support with outstanding deficiencies or by completing tasks not identified in the scope of work. w) Other related duties as required or assigned. Minimum Requirements for Selection Education: Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent; technical training is desirable. Experience: Three years of related work experience, technical training may be substituted for experience. Other: Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and experience performing a variety of building maintenance tasks. Knowledge and experience of building maintenance and repair practices, demonstrated ability to become familiar with building operations, floor plans, equipment and related health, safety and cleanliness standards. Proven ability to effectively and safely use and operate small hand tools, power tools, ladders and elevated platforms. Demonstrated physical and technical ability to perform required duties. Familiar with Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations that apply to this work. Ability to communicate effectively in English (oral and written); ability to communicate effectively using tools such as cell phone, pager, radio; tact, courtesy, patience and confidentiality when dealing with clients and staff; Computer and strong arithmetic skills required. Demonstrated ability to work independently. Ability to work outdoors in inclement weather conditions. THE WORK HOURS FOR THIS POSITION IS MONDAY- FRIDAY, 11:30AM- 8:00PM Closing Date: 06/06/2023, 11:59PM ET
Employee Group: Hourly
Appointment Type : Budget - Continuing
Schedule: Full-Time
Pay Scale Group & Hiring Zone: Probationary Rate: $23.40/hr --Job Rate: $26.00/hr
Job Category: Facilities/Ancilliary Services

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