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Maintenance/Trades, FT Employee
Dynamic Catholic Institute (Hebron, KY)
Responsible for maintaining facilities to ensure they are properly accessible and are maintained in a safe, effective and efficient manner. Assist the Fulfillment & Logistics Manager with day-to-day product fulfillment operations.
Knowledge of national, state and local building codes and regulations.
Knowledge of plumbing, HVAC, electrical and mechanical systems.
Proficient knowledge of when to contact tradesperson to complete a task or repair.
Skill in the operation of a variety of hand tools and equipment commonly used in facilities maintenance.
Experience working in a warehouse facility, with some background in fulfillment and/or shipping (preferred).
Must have a valid State Driver’s License.
Perform maintenance and minor repairs to facilities and equipment:
Conduct routine inspections of facilities to
Perform routine maintenance and minor repairs
Ensure the safety and protection of facilities
Assist with administrative duties related to facilities maintenance.
Pick, pack and process customer orders, timely and accurately.
Pack, ship and track event materials.
Understand and utilize freight specifications and guidelines for standard shipping methods.
Assist with shipping and logistics information management.
Operate a variety of warehouse equipment and vehicles, including pallet-jacks and forklifts.
Capable of performing sustained heavy lifting and activity. Must be able to lift 70 lbs., without assistance, repetitively. Must be able to push and pull weights up to 300 lbs. Considerable use of the arms and legs and moving the whole body such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, and stooping. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and walk unassisted. Ability to work in various adverse conditions such as tight or enclosed spaces, loud/unusual noises, heights and temperature extremes. Close PC and keyboard work may also be required. Work in excess of 40 hours per week during peak business periods may be required. (76)