Recreation and Culture Services
Recreation Facility Operations
Monday to Friday 730am to 4pm
Rate of Pay
$30.75 - $32.29 Hourly
Temporary - Fulltime
Reporting to the Supervisor, Arena Operations, the Building Maintenance Repair Person II will perform general building repairs and maintenance.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Monitor, assess, troubleshoot and service various building components, equipment and systems
- Operate Security and Life Safety Systems
- Perform general building repairs and maintenance (i.e. re-lamping, troubleshooting minor electrical work, minor carpentry, concrete repairs, painting, minor drywall repairs, locksmith and basic plumbing)
- Perform general janitorial and cleaning functions
- Perform basic landscaping
- Perform general architectural repairs
- Liaise with contractors/staff
- Respond to and assess emergency calls from clients (public/staff)
- Perform daily record keeping and log book maintenance
- Assess and respond to any City site for emergency calls from clients/staff
- Comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the City of Richmond Hill’s safety standards and policies
- Carry out preventative maintenance tasks as assigned
- Compile and maintain on a daily basis all information and documentation relevant to all completed work (i.e. record keeping, maintenance management systems, log books, update drawings, files, etc.)
- Determine impact of required work, communicate, coordinate and supervise major and minor repair work with other facility staff/contractors/users to minimize service interruptions
- Work from drawings, layouts or other specifications; locate and diagnose trouble in the building systems or equipment and report abnormal conditions
- Ensure all work is performed in full compliance with all applicable codes/standards/regulations, work instructions, and established safety standards
- Work rotating standby and potential alternate shifts, in accordance with the provisions contained in the CUPE Collective Agreement
- Other duties as assigned
- Perform preventative maintenance on mechanical equipment and systems (ice machines, ice edgers, compressors, etc.).
- Operate when required, ice resurfacer and/or specialized equipment such as edger, scissor lift, swing machines, scrubber, etc.
- Perform when required, general cleaning/maintenance (i.e. mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, window cleaning, washroom/dressing room cleaning, snow shoveling, garbage pick-up, etc.) in accordance with the daily housekeeping schedule.
- Assist with ice removal and replacement including leveling and painting ice surface.
- Assist with annual shut down maintenance schedule
Duties and Responsibilities Cont'd (if applicable)
Education and Experience
- High School Diploma
- BES (Building Environmental Systems) Certified Operator with minimum 3 years of experience
- Minimum 3 years’ related experience in the control, operation, maintenance and repair of complex building systems and equipment
- ORFA Building Maintenance and Operations Course is considered an asset
- Class B Refrigeration Certificate is considered an asset
- Certified Ice Technician is considered an asset
- Working knowledge of standard computer software applications (i.e. spreadsheets, databases, etc.)
- Working knowledge of computerized maintenance management systems (i.e. Maximo)
- Working knowledge of pool and arena operations
- Working knowledge of computerized building systems
- Team player with well-developed customer service skills
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- General knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Familiar with regulated operating requirements relating to building systems (i.e. Fire code, TSSA regulations, etc.)
- Able to perform the physical demands of position under adverse weather and site conditions
- Ontario Class "G" Driver’s License in good standing and must provide a satisfactory current Drivers Abstract from the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO)
- Satisfactory Vulnerable Sector security clearance
- Demonstrates good judgment and makes sound decisions
- Shows commitment to personal growth, development, and leadership opportunities
- Shares new ideas and challenges the status quo
- Proven written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate with honesty, openness, respect, and trust
- Takes initiative to participate in a culture of learning, mentoring, and sharing
- Contributes to building and being a part of a positive culture
- Demonstrate the City’s corporate values of care, collaboration, courage and service
- Demonstrates personal leadership
- Builds people and culture
- Cultivates open communication
- Shapes the future
- Navigates and leads through complexity and change
Attention Internal Candidates: All current City of Richmond Hill employees are required to apply via the ‘View Jobs for Current Employees’ link on the City’s Careers Page.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.
The City of Richmond Hill is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted to participate in the recruitment and selection process, please advise Human Resources if you require an accommodation.