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Maintenance Technician
Job Code:2021-TFBORG-008
Company:Texas Farm Bureau Business Corporation
Location:Waco, TX
Job Responsibilities:

The maintenance technician position is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain facilities, equipment, and grounds according to the best safety protocols, predictive and productive maintenance systems, and processes to support the achievement of the business goals and objectives. 


Inspect, operate, maintain, and repair the following support systems: electrical, water, gas, H.V.A.C., etc. 

Including, but not limited to, the following systems: 

Metasys, Siemens, & H.V.A.C. systems. 

Water treatment, cooling towers, boilers and chillers. 

Electrical, plumbing, sewage, water pumps, and sprinkler systems. 

Make all general building repairs. 

Help oversee contractors and vendors. 

Comply with the Certified Fleet Operation requirements of the Company Driving and Safety Policy. 

Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:


High School graduate or equivalent. 

Electrical License required.

Knowledge of H.V.A.C. systems, pneumatic controls, plumbing, welding, and general maintenance and building repairs strongly preferred. 

Willingness to gain or improve skills through training. 

Valid Texas driver’s license and driving record at the time of hire which would not place the employee on probation, or disqualify the employee from Certified Fleet Operator Status, under the Company Driving and Safety Policy.


Other Job Information (if applicable):


Prolonged standing.

Daily bending, twisting, crouching, pulling, pushing, lifting, and moving items weighing up to 50 lbs.

Ability to perform physical aspects of inspection, repair, and maintenance work, which could include climbing ladders and the ability to stand for long periods. 


Travel may be required, sometimes on weekends. 

Occasional long, irregular work hours. 

Occasional time spent in hot, dusty and/or cold locations with operating machinery present.


REVISED June 2021