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The (MC) usually answers to the Technical Manager who reports to the department head, the Technical Service Manager.

This information is provided as a source of general interest for all interested parties. It may be used by Human Resource personnel as a base to develop job requirements for positions required to be filled within your company. It may also be used by job seekers to provide an understanding of advertised job positions and allow them to write their resume in a manner that suits the advertised or nonadvertised position.

This information was gathered and collected from many job posted sources, newspapers (jobs Section) business magazines, company websites and the internet in general. It presents a cross section of the needs and requirements of many diverse industries especially the building facility management, operations and maintenance requirements.

Scope of work:

Organize and implement maintenance tasks to be done to maintain the facility operating systems.

Maintain and issue daily work tasks which include call in repairs.

Check on progress of assigned work and provides assistance to trades people as required.

Maintain lines of communication with maintenance and professional staff.

Maintain a trade inventory which identifies tools, equipment and materials required.

The MPC assists in the purchase of materials to be purchased.

Performs and assists with scheduled inspections of facilities.

The MPC advises as to employment, evaluation, promotion and dismissal of maintenance personnel.

The MPC oversees the implementation of safety policy and the training of staff in such.

The MPC is responsible to maintain the technical library equipment manuals, warranties and tool inventories.

Qualifications:

The MPS should have a minimum of five years experience in facilities maintenance.

It is desired to have a technical degree or trades certification in a related discipline.

The MPS must have skill in reading blue prints, specifications and diagrams related to thr trades.

The MPS must have good computer skills.

The MPS must have working knowledge of the local building codes and regulations.

The MPS must have good people skills.

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