The Maintenance Worker will maintain and repair all structures of The Bartell Drug
Company, and surrounding grounds. This person will assist in the completion of all
remodels done to existing buildings. He/She will assemble all store fixturing as needed.
This person will complete all projects as directed by Corporate Management.
Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor
Major Responsibilities and Duties Which May Be Considered Essential:
- This person must perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another
of a different nature without loss of productivity using tools, machines, appliances,
numbers, or other tangible objects. He/She must possess knowledge in all aspects of
building construction, building maintenance, and job safety.
- This person must be able to read and understand architectural blueprints. He/She
must be able to make the proper selection of tools, objects, or materials to be used to
complete a project as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor.
- This person will repair and maintain physical structures in relation to defective
electrical switches and fixtures, painting and repairs of woodwork, plumbing fixtures,
drywall, flooring and masonry work. This person may on occasion build small rooms
and do laminating work on store fixtures.
- Developing and completing work orders on the computer.
- This person must be able to handle inclement weather conditions of extreme cold and
heat, and rain while working on exteriors of company structures.
- This person will use their own vehicle to travel to different locations, and will be
reimbursed as per company policy.
- Must keep consistent attendance and be available to work any of the seven days of
the week as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Regular attendance and punctuality is required.
- This person must be able to move hands easily and skillfully. Must have the ability to
work with hands by grasping objects, in placing and turning motions. * This person must be able to stoop or bend below waist level to lift material for special
projects. Crouching, twisting, or pivoting at the waist , kneeling, or squatting is also
- This person must be able to work continuous hours on knees using proper knee
padding to repair flooring.
- This person must be able to carry lumber, tools, and other materials up to 50 Lbs. on
- This person will be subject to constant or intermittent loud sounds of high pitch levels
from saws and other equipment in the maintenance shop.
- This person must be able to read small numbers such as those on a ruler.
- This person must be able to ascend and descend on ladders, stairs, scaffolding,
ramps, and poles while maintaining equilibrium to prevent falling.
- High school graduation or possession of a GED certificate.
- One year commercial maintenance experience or as a tradesworker in one of the
recognized fields such as plumbing, carpentry, electrical, masonry, or sheet metal;
- Possess job knowledge in all aspects of building construction, building maintenance,
and job safety.
- This person must be able to make visual comparisons and discriminations and see
slight differences in shapes and shadings of figures, widths and lengths of lines
- This person must be able to read, write, speak and comprehend conversational
English so as to be able to read safety rules, give and receive instructions on the
proper use of shop tools and equipment, and methods and procedures in mechanical
drawing and layout work.
- This person must be able to quickly and accurately perform addition, subtraction,
division, and multiplication of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions.