The facilities specialist II, is responsible for providing facilities support, including but not limited to inventories and inspections, building access, and processing work orders.
Required Education and Experience:
Associate's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in related field.
Four years of related experience in facilities management, building maintenance, or facilities construction.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
Working knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing software programs. Interpersonal and communication skills. Good planning and organizational skills. Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others.
Ability to walk and stand for several hours, walk to different buildings several times a week and sometimes several times a day, climb on ladders, bend to the floor, crawl under lab tables, crawl up shelving, and lift 50+ lbs. repeatedly.
Ability to handle logistics, organize large groups of people, and coordinate events.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Five years experience with the preferred education, including task management experience.
Pay Range: $14.53-18.67 per hour
Inventory - Locate (TAMU ~1,530; TEES ~80; Research Foundation ~800) items and prepare all supporting paperwork (e.g., lost / stolen, loaned, etc.). Enter all data into the applicable property management tracking system. Locate, tag, and mark new capital equipment; make corrections to Asset Control Sheets and applicable property management tracking system. Assist property holders with surplus items.
Initiate and track work orders through AggieWorks for buildings #297-MPHY, #391-ENPH, #464-Old State Chemistry, #514-Munnerlyn, #1238 & #1239-Observatory, and #3400-Magnet Lab. Coordinate with SSC and TAMU to resolve all issues in a timely manner.
Prepare and maintain MPHY and MASS Emergency Evacuation Plans. Serve as Evacuation Coordinator. Facilitate safety planning and training. Liaison with EHS. Assist faculty and researchers with hazmat pick-up or shipment. Maintain file copy of MSDS sheets and inbound / outbound hazmat. Coordinate annual safety inspections (e.g., Shop, Laboratory, Fume Hood, Radiological, etc.). with affected PI's and Shop Supervisors. Maintain up-to-date emergency contact information for all laboratories and shops. Make on-the-spot safety corrections. Coordinate commercial moving services and crane support with all necessary TAMU Departments to ensure policy compliance effective safety oversight.
Collaborate with all functional area SME's to ensure the Dept. develops a coordinated and integrated plan. Serve as Event Commander in support of Department Head and Outreach Coordinator. Monitor and synchronize all operations and support functions. Reallocate available resources as required. Perform other duties as assigned.
Initiate and track work orders to resolve all issues in a timely manner.
Notify all Department faculty and staff concerning: parking or road closures, service outages (e.g., electricity, water, HVAC, etc)., fire or flood, building deficiencies, etc., and assist Zone B Supervisor as needed with notifications. Serve as primary contact for after-hour notification by the Radio Control Room for: #297-MPHY, #391-ENPH, and #514-MASS.
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Internal Number: R-008383
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