|Building Facility Specialist|
Building Facility Specialist
Company : State of Idaho
Salary : $15 an hour
Location : Idaho
To coordinate and provide equipment and facility set-up for meetings, conferences, and special events; provide customer service to building patrons; monitor facility use and ensure conformance with policies and procedures; perform facility maintenance and cleaning; perform related work.
Applies basic skills while developing some specialized skills in procedures, operations, techniques, tools, materials, and/or equipment appropriate to area of specialization; performs routine and/or repetitive tasks; limited decision making required; generally works under close supervision; has no or limited experience; work is performed from within specific limits of established procedures and/or defined instructions.
60% of Time the Building Facility Specialist must:
- Interprets event documents and diagrams to determine event needs; prioritizes work sequencing and order of task completion considering current and future meeting room usage and determines equipment to remain; identifies or anticipates problems and takes corrective action.
- Applies knowledge of fire safety codes and ADA guidelines to determine correct aisle width and safe entries and exits; sets up seating, tables, staging, program aids, and equipment; sets up and troubleshoots audio-visual operations including sound and lighting equipment such as sound systems, wireless microphones, mixers, video and data projectors, and connects telephone and audio data lines; recommends service improvements for all areas of the facility; monitors and controls facility environment including HVAC and lighting; observes facility and equipment to ensure compliance with risk management objectives and public safety; observes, responds to, and reports unusual occurrences such as theft, vandalism, illness, and drug and alcohol related problems; recommends safety and security solutions.
- Provides customer service and communicates with facility users to ensure event needs are met; assesses and resolves customer complaints. Assists customers and visitors with directions and information regarding events. Uses feedback to report program success and customer satisfaction. Evacuates customers in emergencies.
- Performs basic facility and equipment maintenance and cleaning ; monitors cleanliness of facility; performs basic equipment repairs; replaces light bulbs; performs special projects as assigned.
Miscellaneous items as required or as needed for Athletic Department Facilities (including Albertsons Stadium):
- Security- responsible for securing areas of assignment on a predetermined schedule. Included turning out lights and locking doors.
- Equipment operation- Fork Lifts and misc. hand tools
- Utilization and handling of chemicals and supplies- Utilize proper methods, materials, supplies, and procedures in all phases of duties performed.
- Provides backup services for other vacant positions at the combined area facilities.
- Perform grass field maintenance such as mowing, weed eating, field painting as assigned.
- Move office furniture, paint walls and other light maintenance
- Compliance with policies, procedures and work availability. Position occupant must adhere to established policies, rules and procedures, which include the following:
- Attendance: Expected to be available for work on time on a consistent basis. This includes normal duty as well as possible extra duty and/or extended hours or work to cover emergency situations and sporting events.
- Telephone number: This position is expected to have a telephone number where they can be reached for emergencies.
- Compliance with policies and procedures: This position is expected to comply with existing policies and procedures that are applicable to the work area.
- This position is required to work all Bronco home football and soccer games and other bronco team sporting events as assigned
- Other related duties as assigned
Some knowledge of: adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers.
Experience: providing customer service; explaining and applying policies and procedures; using tools, equipment, materials, and common practices used in facility preparation including custodial work; setting work priorities; interpreting written and oral instructions.
Minimum Qualification Specialties: A valid Drivers Licenses
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities :
Ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 60 pounds
- Must have sufficient speech and hearing acuity to perform customer service activities.
- Knowledge of fire safety codes and ADA guidelines
The pay for this position begins at $15 per hour. Boise State University has impressive Benefits and Total Rewards offerings that go past just Health Insurance. From employer paid life insurance to severely reduced tuition for employees and their family members, there are limitless reasons to join the Boise State Family. If you would like more information on everything Boise State has to offer please visit our website: https://www.boisestate.edu/hrs/benefits/
Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho:
- Employee contributions: 7.16% University contributions: 11.94%
Tuition Fee Waiver: for self, spouse, and dependents
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Life Insurance
- Sick Leave
- Vacation Leave
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Please contact Boise State Human Resources by email at [email protected].
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Most work time will be in high traffic areas requiring intensive cleaning and maintenance and may include marginally unsafe and/or unpleasant conditions. These positions involve climbing ladders, bending, stooping, lifting and carrying items weighing up to approximately 50 pounds, and standing and walking continuously throughout the shift.
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