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Facilities Maintenance Technician 1 - 2nd Shift - Holland, MI

Company Overview

We Look Forward to Meeting You!

We know finding the right job that fits your life is important. If you're looking for a manufacturing role in a company that offers a diverse and inclusive work environment, stability, competitive wages, and growth opportunities, then Haworth is the place for you! Regardless of your skill level or background, we believe everyone can contribute to our company's success. We value our members and invest in their development and well-being to help them succeed.

In business for more than 70 years, Haworth is a family-owned, global leader in office furniture and architectural interiors. In addition to our heritage of innovative design and quality products, we are proud of our members who have contributed to our company's success and stability.

You're looking for a good job, and we're looking for good people. Let's meet!

Why Haworth? Find out here!

Here at Haworth, our Members enjoy the following benefits from their first day of employment:

  • Medical, dental, vision, life insurance
  • 401K with company match
  • 4 weeks Paid Time Off Accrual by pay period
  • Bonus opportunities
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Parental Leave
  • On-site 24-hour Fitness Center
  • Opportunity for overtime (Paid at time and a half)

Job Overview

We are currently looking for a Facilities Maintenance Technician 1 to join our team in Holland.

Maintains facilities. Constructs, renovates, and performs new installations, regular maintenance and repair of company buildings, structures, and equipment. Performs various installation and maintenance duties relating to fabrication and welding, plumbing, carpentry, cabling, flooring, roofing, dock hardware, masonry and fire protection systems, for new construction and enhanced appearance, ensuring structural and functional integrity of all buildings.

May assist with seasonal needs such as snow plowing, salting and mowing lawns.

Major Responsibilities

  • Performs various carpentry duties, including infrastructure preventative maintenance (PMs), wood working, rough construction, drywall installation and finishing; masonry (wall construction and flat work); door hardware; flooring installation (vinyl, tile carpeting, etc.) providing updated and functional facility. Performs interior and exterior painting. Uses blueprints and schematics, specifies and orders materials, and utilizes related power and hand tools.
  • May assist with fire protection system repairs.
  • Performs welding, cutting and metal working operations required to repair equipment or building structures.
  • Installs and maintains all types of piping and plumbing relating to construction, renovations, and/or general maintenance, providing updated and functional facilities. Uses materials such as PVC and thermo-plastics, stainless steel, cast iron, standard black and galvanized pipe, and copper. Meets all code requirements.
  • Ensures good condition and repair of door and building hardware, ensuring security and safety of members. Repairs or installs hardware for dock doors, dock levelers, and semi-trailer safety restraints.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs all roofing systems and materials to stop leakage and maintain warranties.
  • Ensures completeness of repairs and determines equipment readiness for safe operation.
  • Operates company vehicles and maintenance equipment. May assist with seasonal needs such as snow plowing and mowing lawns.
  • Creates and completes work requests and work orders, and closes out work orders. Sources parts from tool crib.
  • Installs communication cabling, may work with low voltage systems, small electrical power tools, providing support to facilities projects to meet company goals. Uses related test equipment, including probes, voltage testers, and continuity testers.
  • Maintains current knowledge and skills in all general maintenance crafts and duties, including plumbing, welding, carpentry, cabling, basic machine repair, basic electrical repairs, painting, small tool repair.
  • Utilizes knowledge of all maintenance equipment and test instruments, including material handling equipment, power lift equipment, voltage testers, cable testers, small tools, welders, and fabrication equipment.

Do you meet these qualifications?


  • High School Diploma or equivalent.



  • Two years’ experience in facilities maintenance or related trade.
  • Industrial Lift Truck Certification and State-issued driver's license required.



  • Large machinery and equipment used in work areas.  Possibility of cuts, scrapes or bruises.
  • Moderate exposure to dust, noise, solvent, heat, paint, and lubricants. May also be exposed to glue, solvent, heat, paint, fiberglass, and denatured alcohol.
  • Constant mental and visual alertness required to avoid potential serious injury to self and others in all work groups.
  • Eye protection required; hearing protection may be required.
  • Moves and may lift materials and/or products weighing up to 50 pounds, occasionally more (assistance given with heavier objects).
  • Walks, bends, twists, turns, reaches and lifts while performing functions of position.
  • Standing required for extended periods.
  • Work requires regular repetitive arm and hand movement.
  • May be required to climb stairs and ladders.


Current and continuing right to work in the United States without sponsorship required.

Ideally, you have also demonstrated the following:

  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Ability to learn to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, and manuals in order to perform repairs.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and analyze root causes of issues to determine and implement appropriate corrective action.
  • Ability to utilize appropriate electronic production system and maintenance management system to complete job duties, along with the respective technology tools, e.g. personal computer (PC), tablet, keyboard, mouse, RF gun.
  • Ability to operate company vehicles, material handling equipment, and aerial lifts (to heights of 60 feet), including accessing and operating bucket controls.
  • Ability to identify and source parts / materials from toolcrib.

Haworth Values

At Haworth, we have a strong set of values that guide our business and help us align with our customers.

We listen to our Customers. We rely on our Members. We honor Integrity. We embrace Continuous Learning. We lead with Design. We create Value. We work to make the World better.

Join the Haworth family. Apply for this job, or learn more about the many possibilities at Haworth, at

EEO, ADA, AA Statement

As an EEO/AA employer, Haworth will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected genetic information, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, religion, height, weight, other protected group status, or any other basis protected by the laws where we employ people. 

Haworth's AAP programs are available for applicant review.  Requests can be made to your Recruiter to review during regular business hours.

This organization participates in E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification.

If you have questions about any of the above policies, or if you require an ADA accommodation in the application process, please contact a member of our Human Resources team at or (616) 393-1600.

Requisition:  18718

Nearest Major Market: Grand Rapids

Job Segment: Pipe Welding, Maintenance, Carpenter, Plumbing, Welding, Manufacturing

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