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Hawaii Pacific Health!
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next rewarding career
experience! Find your potential at Hawaii Pacific Health,
Hawaii's largest healthcare system.
As the state's only specialty hospital, Kapiolani
is recognized as Hawaii's leader in the care of women and
As the major teaching
hospital for the states OB/GYN program, Kapiolani has a highly
trained team of physician specialists, nurses, technologists and
therapists that share a special understanding of women's
Maintenance Worker is responsible for operation and maintenance of
the hospital's physical plant. Performs maintenance, repair, and
testing on a variety of equipment and systems to ensure reliable,
safe, and efficient operations. Follows established control limits
and preventive maintenance procedures according to manufacturer
specifications as well as JCAHO, Licensing, NFPA, OSHA, local, and
Hawaii Pacific Health is Hawaiis largest health care
including a network of four hospitals, 44 outpatient clinics &
service sites, and over 1,300 dedicated physicians across the
state. We are 5,400+ caring employees strongly committed to
health care excellence. Our facilities include: Kapiolani
Medical Center for Women and Children, Pali Momi Medical Center,
Straub Clinic & Hospital and Wilcox Memorial
Training. Three (3) years general maintenance experience, with
experience in physical plant operations.
Completion of (4) four year apprentice program may be
accepted in lieu of graduation from trade school. Boiler
Operation certification preferred. Formalized HVAC Training.
Commercial air conditioning service experience.
Health is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully
discriminate against any applicant on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, national origin
disability, sexual orientation, or any other class protected by
federal or state law. Concerns or complaints should be brought
to the attention of the Director, Workforce Development at
Hawaii Pacific Health - 2 years ago
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