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Chat message has been posted [Job Posting ID: BASFJP00011349]Regarding: Facilities Maintenance Technician, Charlotte, NCGo to SourceChat with: BASF Corporation (BASF), All SuppliersAmin, JoyBASF03/26/2021 01:53 PMWe got an offer just now. It has been released to the supplier. Response is pending.----Chat message has been posted [Job Posting ID: BASFJP00011349]Regarding: Facilities Maintenance Technician, Charlotte, NCGo to SourceChat with: BASF Corporation (BASF), All SuppliersSupplier03/24/2021 06:07 PMIs this job still open for submissions?----Chat message has been posted [Job Posting ID: BASFJP00011349]Regarding: Facilities Maintenance Technician, Charlotte, NCGo to SourceChat with: BASF Corporation (BASF), All SuppliersAmin, JoyBASF03/19/2021 09:59 AMCandid feedback from the Charlotte hiring team regarding this role can be found below. Please review and send me an email with the candidate's full name and a summary of how they are a fit. I will push to the HM to request interview for your candidate if it makes sense.FEEDBACK FROM HIRING TEAM:"I would like to see people with some level of higher education or more formal training (one of the disqualifying things with (recently interviewed candidate) was none of his experience had formal training).I would also like to see people that will have good experience with customer service. Merritt commented that we need a high level of professionalism and experience dealing with people due to the nature of the job of the number of customers on site. This one was also a concern with (another candidate) interview.I would like to see at least some exposure to lock out tag out/working safely.I dont exactly need a certified electrician, but I need someone that can be trained quickly and that can understand chemical hazards and some of the higher level of hazards were dealing with. I have seen a lot of hotel maintenance techs and I think thats part of it, but that experience is not the most important to me. In my view its easier to train that stuff than it is to drill in the hazard recognition, etc."----Dear Supplier, You are receiving this message because you are one of our top suppliers and we need your help filling JP11349. Every interview thus far has failed. However, we engaged in some dialog with the HM and found out why. Please see candid feedback from HM below.Please review and send me an email with the candidate's full name, JP11349, and a summary of how they fit per the HMs feedback below. I will push to the HM to request interview for your candidate if it makes sense. Facilities Maintenance Technician, Charlotte, NC - JP11349 "I feel like the suppliers are trying to fill role where the tech is doing the majority of the physical work, but I dont need someone that can fix an HVAC I more need someone that can understand what the HVAC contractor is telling them, think through like maintenance history, lock out tag out, make sure they are working safe. Make sure the work they did was of good quality, make sure they cleaned up. Report to the lab that the work is done. If they check the other boxes and their only hands on experience is like installing a deck at their house or remodeling a bathroom thats not disqualifying in my view. This job consists of 30% shipping/receiving 30% overseeing contractors 30% small jobs (painting hanging signs carpet) 10% direct customer interactions (complaints, helping out with small requests) I would like to see people with some level of higher education or more formal training (one of the disqualifying things with (recently interviewed candidate) was none of his experience had formal training). I would also like to see people that will have good experience with customer service. Merritt commented that we need a high level of professionalism and experience dealing with people due to the nature of the job of the number of customers on site. This one was also a concern with (another candidate) interview. I would like to see at least some exposure to lock out tag out/working safely. I dont exactly need a certified electrician, but I need someone that can be trained quickly and that can understand chemical hazards and some of the higher level of hazards were dealing with. I have seen a lot of hotel maintenance techs and I think thats part of it, but that experience is not the most important to me. In my view its easier to train that stuff than it is to drill in the hazard recognition, etc." Thank you!! AND Happy FRIDAY!!! Best regards, Joy AminTalent Supply Chain Consultant

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