Hancock Regional Hospital

Maintenance Specialist II

Job ID
Building Services
Position Type
Full Time


Performs a variety of general, mechanical and preventative maintenance as well as inspections, servicing/repair, and overhaul of equipment and facilities of the hospital.


Displays and maintains behavior which promotes good guest relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers. Installs, maintains, and repairs mechanical devices such as pumps, motors, conveyor systems, laboratory equipment, air conditioning, refrigeration, and air handling equipment and controls. Assists in maintaining uninterrupted efficient and safe operation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. The mechanic may install, inspect, maintain, repair and adjust motors, generators, controllers, switches, and various types of electric lighting. May work with signal power equipment, locate and clear short circuits, repair and maintain various electronic equipment throughout the hospital. Must be skilled in using ammeter, ohmmeter, voltmeter and circuitry testing equipment. Must be capable of examining, testing, and repairing distribution panels, controls, and motors.


Trade school degree/diploma, or apprenticeship in either electrical, plumbing or HVAC, or equivalent experience minimally high school diploma or equivalent, requires 4 years’ experience as a mechanic, with a degree from a technical school desirable. 5 years of previous experience in building maintenance systems, HVAC, plumbing & mechanical systems, with previous healthcare experience preferred. Mandatory Annual Continuing Education: Customer Service, Fire and Safety, Confidentiality-HIPAA, Infection Control, Corporate Compliance. Annual Unit Specific Competencies, and all education required by regulatory, accreditation bodies and/or Hancock Regional Hospital.
PREFERRED SKILLS: This position will focus primarily on HVAC systems. The preferred candidate will possess commercial HVAC certification or have comparable experience in HVAC maintenance and repair. Experience with HVAC control systems and system diagnostics are essential. Knowledge of boiler operation and building chillers is a plus.
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