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Route Maintenance Technician

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Route Maintenance Technician


FLSA Status:            Non-Exempt

EEO Class Code:    Technicians



  • The route maintenance technician is responsible for general maintenance and specialty services provided to a group of service locations in a designated territory.  Activities include: repairs in basic carpentry, specialty items such as doors, locks, door closures, equipment, painting, floor tech duties, carpet cleaning, pressure cleaning and general mechanical maintenance work.


  • Complete assigned work orders on facility finishes, furnishings and equipment in a timely manner
  • Respond to emergency requests on an as needed basis
  •  Maintains a professional, safe and clean work environment
  • Complies with all Encompass Onsite Services and OSHA safety policies and regulations
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Encompass Onsite assisting other tradesmen, and emergency repairs
  • Tracking and reconciling all work orders along with parts used immediately via a PDA system
  • Maintain company van, inventory, and tools in a clean, professional manner at all times representative of our company expertise
  • Coordinate restock of vehicle
  • Meeting daily goals
  • Complies with all DMV laws and regulations

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS                                                           

  • Minimum 3- 5 years experience in facility maintenance
  • High school diploma or technical school certification. Ability to follow all work orders in specified time allowances
  • Must hold a Valid Florida state issued drivers license and record in good standing
  • Must be able to provide a clean driving record without more than 2 driving offenses within the past 4 years
  • Ability to work flexible schedule according to work order demands


Bi-lingual in English and Spanish


  • Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact
  • Physical capability to include the ability to effectively use and operate various items of equipment that could include pressure washer, floor care machinery, carpet shampooer, basic carpentry tools and equipment
  • standing, walking, moving, climbing, carrying, bending, or kneeling
  • Some reaching, sitting, standing, pushing, pulling, crawling, and handling
  • In addition to tolerating a variety of conditions, you need to be able to lift and or carry up to 50 lbs. and be able to push or pull up to 50 lbs. daily
  • Must be able to climb ladders and work at heights up to 10ft. off the ground
  • Occasional use of scissor lift up to second story level for pressure cleaning type of assignments


  • Reports to the Transition Manager


(none) Will only involve oversight of workers assigned to assist with task completion, non supervisory role 

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