Maintenance Technician II

Naples, FL

Job Title: Maintenance Technician II
Salary Range: $50,000 - $54,000 (full-time, non-exempt)
Reports to: Director of Facilities

MISSION: For more than 50 years, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida has been a leading environmental advocacy organization dedicated to protecting Southwest Florida's water, land, wildlife, and future.

PURPOSE OF JOB: Perform a broad range of maintenance technician duties, including preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repairs of campus buildings, grounds, and electric boat equipment.

Maintenance and Repairs:
• Performs preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair to building and grounds equipment.
• Performs general maintenance repairs and upkeep of interior/exterior buildings.
Boat Maintenance and Support:
• Identify boat mechanical issues and resolve any that are not covered by warranty or need external expertise.
• Works with the Guest Services and Boat Volunteers to communicate the correct use of vessels.
• Oversees the maintenance of electric boat vessels and replaces basic components as needed.
Safety and Maintenance Programs:
• Identifies and corrects safety hazards and potential maintenance issues.
• Manages and/or develops preventive maintenance programs.
• Possess proficient boating experience
Relationship Building:
• Develops and maintains good working relationships across all levels in the organization.
Administrative and Resource Management:
• Filing and ordering spare parts and tools.
• Handles multiple projects and daily activities.
• Supports overseeing outside contractors performing emergency repairs and service contracts for the Facilities Team Manager or Director.
Event Support and Schedule Flexibility:
• Perform setup/tear down for Conservancy Events.
• Maintain a flexible work schedule, including Tuesday through Saturday, with additional evening and Sunday coverage as necessary.
Emergency Response and Overtime:
• Work overtime for emergencies.
• As necessary and as scheduled, perform on-call duties.

• A one-year certificate from college or technical school, two to five years of relevant experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Demonstrated knowledge and fundamental expertise in electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and boat equipment maintenance and repair.
• Strong decision-making and prioritization skills.
• Effective verbal and written communication abilities.
• Proficient organizational and computer skills.
• Leadership and team influence capabilities.
• Availability for on-call duty, weekends, and overtime as required.
• Proficiency in ladder work and physical tasks, including lifting up to 50 pounds.

• Proficiency in reading and interpreting safety rules, manuals, and documents.
• Strong report writing and correspondence skills.
• Effective verbal communication, including speaking before groups.
• Mathematical skills for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as rate, ratio, and percent calculations.
• Ability to create and interpret bar graphs and calculate proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume.
• Application of basic algebra and geometry concepts.
• Practical problem-solving ability for standardized situations.
• Willingness to work flexible shifts, weekends, evenings, and holidays as required.
• Proficiency with watercraft operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance

The above statements describe the general qualifications required to perform the job and the general nature and level of work performed - not a complete list of duties; management may assign additional responsibilities.

• Valid driver's license and good driving record.

This job description recognizes that reasonable accommodations may be provided to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role. The job entails:
• Regularly required to sit, stand, and walk.
• Lift/move objects weighing up to 25 pounds.
• May spend time in the field and experience exposure to Florida outdoor weather conditions.
• Use of hands for various tasks.
• Visual abilities include close and color vision and peripheral and depth perception.
• Noise level in the work environment is typically moderate.

BENEFITS: Benefits include healthcare insurance, including medical, dental, and vision insurance. Life insurance, 401k program, telemedicine, and short and long-term disability. Paid time off includes 12 days of vacation, four days of personal leave, 8.5 days of holiday, and up to 12 days of sick leave per year. The office is on our beautiful campus next to the Gordon River Greenway. Employees receive complimentary kayak usage and eco-cruise tickets, discounts in our Welcome Center store, and staff membership, including reciprocal benefits with other Nature Centers.

Date Posted: 06/11/2024