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Maintenance Technician

When hiring a Maintenance Technician, it's important to remember that they are responsible for ensuring that, at all times, your buildings and facilities are kept to the highest standard of repair.  The condition of your property, its facilities and especially the common parts can leave a lasting impression on your visitors and members of staff, so it is important that you hire an individual who takes pride in their work and can demonstrate relevant professional experience.

The skills and personality traits that enable a Maintenance Technician to thrive in this role include being reliable, self-motivated, problem solving skills, can work safely when around the general public, and possess good attention to detail and respect health & safety regulations.

Interview Questions

Describe your experience with making repairs and undertaking maintenance to a property

What’s your experience with HVAC systems?

How would you handle a situation where you identified a coworker was violating a safety rule or going against company policy and procedure?

Please run through the steps you would take if you noticed a problem / piece of equipment that required major repairs?

Please describe a situation where you have had a disagreement with a supervisor or manager and how did you resolve this?

Can you provide an example of an instance where you managed to identify and fix a problem before it became urgent?

What is your process / or schedule for keeping standard tools and equipment in good condition?

Can you tell me of a time you had to solve a problem without instruction from a supervisor?  How did you deal with the situation and what was the outcome?

What health & safety methods do you adopt when having to undertake work around members of the general public?

How do you deal with criticism of work you have undertaken?