The Facility Technician is responsible for all maintenance and repair of the Museum property, including buildings, all related equipment and grounds, for the safety of its visitors and employees. The Facility Technician is also responsible for assisting other departments with all facility requests. The position will assist with bulk mailings to the post office as needed and assist with deliveries, pickup or setup from offsite events or museum functions.
Maintain and monitor basic infrastructure services for staff and visitors such as power, lighting, heating, cooling, clean water, sewer and gas services. If there are interruptions in these services, the Facilities Technician(s) will assist the facility supervisor and facility manager to get services restored and will also communicate and coordinate with museum staff.
Execute general repairs and installations inside and outside of facility. Minor electrical, plumbing, carpentry, painting, painting parking lines, installing signage, office equipment, assembling office furniture, repairs on doors, changing light bulbs, repair or replace light fixtures, replace ceiling tiles, facilitate any leaks found, make minor repairs to museum vehicle.
Maintain building grounds, maintain irrigation systems, weed all flower beds then apply pre-emergent, weed flower beds, azaleas, and rose garden. Mulch all required areas, clean all beds of leaves and debris, spray shrubs/ornamental trees with a broad spectrum insecticide, lawn care( fertilization, weed control, aeration and lime treatment),groundcovers will be pruned, and big limbs will require a hand saw or chain saw to remove from grounds. Must be familiar with all tools needed to work on grounds areas, make repairs to equipment as needed.
Must keep all air handling unit rooms, boiler room, chiller room and central plant work room clean.
Assist with janitorial services for museum. Clean and stock all bathrooms and related paper towel dispensers, clean all glass doors and elevators, dust mop and wet mop all hard surface flooring and vacuum office areas, dust mop air vents, wax, strip, buff floors and empty garbage cans.
Must maintain and secure all keys to building, structures and offices.
Have knowledge of lock out and tag out procedures. (lock out/tag out for breakers, water lines, valves and other equipment when needed). Notify and record use of red tag system for fire sprinklers, PIV, sprinkler lines and flow valves.
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The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminateagainst any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, ancestry, religion,sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or marital or veteranstatus. We actively encourage minority candidates to apply for open positions.