Maintenance and meeting planning?


Someone sent this job posting to me earlier today, and I just don't know what to make of it. I know meeting planning gets tucked into a lot of different job descriptions, but this is a new one for me (emphasis mine):

JOB TITLE: Maintenance and Event Coordinator



• Performs the repair and maintenance of all HVAC and mechanical equipment. Includes fans, motors, belts, filters, dampers, and exhaust fans.

• Installs, repairs, and replaces plumbing fixtures, electrical fixtures, kitchen equipment, building equipment and other technical repairs.

• Arranges space, exhibits, tours, banquets, receptions, and other applicable conference activities.

• Coordinate AV set up and take down.

• Maintains preventive maintenance schedule, repair logs, and reports on building, equipment and grounds.

• Recommends maintenance purchases and repairs for building operating needs.

• Maintains grounds, parking ramp, parking lot, and equipment.

• Coordinates maintenance and repair of carpet and hard floor equipment.

• Coordinates the install and uninstall of office furniture and moves.

• Coordinates repair and maintenance of vehicles.

• Completes work orders as assigned through the e-maintenance system, email, or paper orders.

• Ensures the building and grounds are safe for all visitors.

• Works with vendors scheduling maintenance and equipment repair and follow through until completion.

• Completes other duties as assigned.



• High School or GED required.

• Minimum 1 to 3 years of progressive maintenance, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and construction experience.

• Computer experience with Word, Excel and Outlook.

• Ability to lift, move, and pull 100 lbs. consistently. Bend, kneel, and ability to move up and down ladders and other equipment.

• Must have a valid driver's license and reliable vehicle to run errands as requested and able to pass a pre-employment criminal background check and auto insurance requirements.

• Ability to work where exposure to operating circumstances require following standard or prescribed safety precautions.

• Ability to work days and weekends as scheduled.

• Bilingual in Spanish, Hmong, or Somali a plus.

• Must be a team player and willing to work in a diverse environment.

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