Facility Technician

  • Skagit Regional Health
  • Mount Vernon, WA 98274
  • Feb 08, 2020

Job Description

A highly motivated professional with ability to make independent decisions efficiently and effectively and maintain accountability for all actions and decisions. Facility Techs will act as runners to support procurement of equipment and supplies in units. Facility Technicians follow specific guidelines for infection control and daily cleaning of the patient care areas as well as cleaning and light maintenance from floor to ceiling throughout the facility. Facility Techs will maintain the appearance of the public spaces outside the hospital building and parking lot. This will involve picking up loose trash, cigarette butts, emptying outside trash cans, etc. The Facility Technician is dedicated to providing an exceptional experience to guests and staff with quality outcomes in a safe, timely, courteous and cost effective manner.

Qualifications

and Training *Continuing Education: Identifies new topics for continuing education, and pursues educational offerings. Shares educational information with coworkers, keeps record of continuing education. Uses educational information to develop/update practice standards. Attends staff meetings and all annual mandatory sessions. Actively participates in staff orientation. Attends CV102 training. BLS: Current certification. Yearly mandatory education (fire, safety, etc). Required education modules for new processes or procedures that are introduced. Facility Techs must obtain and maintain USDOT Hazmat certification before working solo or within 90 days of hire, whichever comes first. Section 6 – Resource Utilization Demonstrates responsible use of resources, including time, facilities, supplies, equipment, staff, information, finances, education and developmental assets. Fiscally responsible, including corporate billing compliance. Efficiently uses resources, tools and supplies, recycling when possible. Uses and disposes of confidential information appropriately. Shares expertise and knowledge with others. Cares for equipment properly. Spends education funds responsibly to enhance job performance. Practices accountable and productive time management. Shares responsibility in facility upkeep (i.e.: see it, own it, do it, solve it). Seeks information and plans work to maximize team effectiveness. Manages work time within Attendance policy standards and keeps an accurate and timely exception log for variances. Works with team members to reduce department overtime, maintain effective staffing levels, and minimize labor waste. Independently seeks ways to support others. Personal issues or conflicts do not impact the team. does not openly discuss conflicts with other personnel/avoids triangulation. Promotes good morale across all areas of service. EducationHigh School graduate or GED required. Experience/TrainingOne year experience preferred. License/CertificationMust maintain USDOT Hazmat certification before working solo or within 30days of hire, whichever comes first. Other QualificationsKnowledge ad use of email, computers, phone.

Schedule

Variable