Under the direction of the Facilities Manager, provide maintenance related operational support for the departments of Neurobiology and Behavior and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Responsibilities include but are not limited to scheduling events and deliveries; coordinating with faculty and staff to schedule and complete furniture moves for offices, classrooms, and special events; interfacing with courier services; coordinating the set-up of laboratory and office space; observing and informing Facilities Manager of needed building and utility repairs or issues; assisting with small planned and preventative maintenance activities; maintaining liquid nitrogen supplies for the building; disposing of medical and biohazard waste; maintaining records; coordinating wood shop; assisting in building security and key access control.
Serve as backup and assistant to the Facilities Manager who supervises the operation and maintenance of the Corson Mudd Building, its equipment and grounds.
High school diploma with at least 2 to 4 years of relevant work experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent ability to develop effective working relationships with a wide variety of people. Must have excellent organizational and communication skills and the ability to prioritize. Must have knowledge of building systems including mechanical, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, clean steam boiler, elevators and fire alarms. Ability to handle building emergencies. Must be able to work in a team environment; and accomplish independently required tasks to achieve departmental objectives while creating a high-quality and respectful work environment. Ability to fabricate rudimentary custom components, such as bird houses, rodent mazes and raised platforms.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, November 22nd. To be considered, you must submit BOTH a cover letter and resume. We have found it most efficient to save as one document prior to attaching.
No visa sponsorship or relocation assistance are provided for this position.
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