1. Installation Services: Responsible for the proper installation of various systems furnishing items including, but not limited to: cubicle components, desking, seating, storage and racking systems, using various hand and power tools. Installation conditions are highly variable: wall mounted applications may be in concrete, lathe, brick, cinder, or sheetrock. DNV regulations must be observed (dust control measures; location specific Personal Safety Equipment, etc.) with minimal environment disruption and maximum installation speed in patient care areas. Responsible for the use of critical observation skills to deduct possible hidden utilities including: power, phone, alarm, life support systems, etc. Responsible to complete requests in a timely, efficient, and customer service orientated manner. Requires working both semi-independently and as a team member to complete assigned tasks. Responsible to perform maintenance, repair, and refurbishment of cubicle furnishings and ancillary products under direction of lead, coordinator, and manager. May be exposed to IT equipment.
2. Logistics Warehousing: Responsible for shipping, receiving, stocking, pick/pull, storage, moving, and delivery of: office/lab contents, equipment, supplies, inventory, tools, and furnishings; using the appropriate equipment (lift gates, hand trucks, dollies, pallet jacks, lift tables, safe dollies, forklift, moving carts, hand and power tools, etc.) and to perform other related physical labor duties as assigned . These duties would include, but are not limited to, activities such as: the loading and unloading of both work trucks and freight carrier trucks, pulling orders for future work orders, restocking inventory with excess materials, assisting in lab/office moves during installation projects, checking in and out of work tools at the start and end of each day. Receive and prepare incoming and outgoing furnishing inventory, surplus goods, and other necessary materials. Perform accurate counting and reporting of designated items by industry standard descriptions,(size, color, style, finish, condition), staging and storage of inventory; assist management in maintaining accurately inventory control and accounting; Keep warehouse in a clean, orderly and safe condition including, but not limited to; sweep, clean, organize, store supplies, remove packing and pallet materials to designated areas/containers/receptacles.
3. Move Crew Support: Provide support to Move Crew and other department activities as needed to perform various services, both on and off campus, including, but not limited to: event setup and teardown, shuttle operations, surplus, courier, office and lab moves, and freight pick-up & delivery.
4. Vehicle & Equipment Operation: Properly operate OHSU supplied motor vehicles (both passenger and delivery style); while following all federal, state, and local laws and OHSU safety, parking, and departmental policies & procedures. Responsible to thoroughly perform & document a daily vehicle inspection and report any discrepancies or deficiencies to Supervisor. Responsible to: lock vehicle when unattended, maintain a high level of interior/exterior cleanliness, perform a daily inspection of emergency/inclement weather equipment on-board, and to perform emergency roadside repairs such as: changing tires, putting on chains, using jumper cables, etc. Equipment Operation \u2013 Responsible for the check-out & return, proper use, tracking, maintenance, cleaning, and storage of all equipment needed to perform daily activities; including, but not limited to: cell phone, text pager, pallet jacks, dollies, hand trucks, load bars, load straps, moving carts, power and hand tools, forklift, PSE, and other job related equipment. Secures and stores equipment immediately when no longer needed, and treats all equipment with respect.
5. Customer, Coordination, and Management Interaction: Provides excellent customer service to internal and external customers both in-person and over the phone. Listens to customers\u2019 concerns and performs follow-up responsibilities as appropriate. Serves as a helpful resource to customers regarding OHSU and departmental policies & procedures. Uses strong written and verbal skills to communicate with customers, coordinator, and manager in a prompt, professional and courteous manner. Contacts Furniture Services Coordinator after each job is completed, or as otherwise instructed. Responds to all phone calls, text messages, emails, and voice messages in a prompt and professional manner. Informs Coordinator and/or customers of any delays or issues in completion of requested services. Attends and participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings and/or one-on-one meetings.
6. Paperwork & Technology Usage: Responsible for the accurate completion of all various paperwork associated with daily activities, including: work orders, timesheets, inventory tracking logs, equipment location logs, Delivery Receipts, Dock 4 Logs, Timecard Correction Forms, DVIR, etc. Returns completed paperwork to the responsible party. Properly fill out and keep track of Delivery and Furniture Services Job Tickets as they are completed and turn in to the Delivery Services Dispatcher or Move/Furniture Coordinator no later than the end of shift; this includes: Customer Signature, Start and End Times, Job Notes, Employee Names, and leaving the Receipt with the Customer.Responsible to check individual email account on a daily basis, and to track and update individual timecard as applicable; through the use of the MS Outlook and Kronos applications.
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