JobID 412 : Maintenance Technician - District (#1945240)
TITLE: Maintenance Technician -- District-wide
Trained in HVAC preferred, electrical, plumbing will also be considered.
JOB GOAL: Maintain all school facilities in a safe, efficient, and orderly manor, so that the mission of educating children in a safe learning environment may be fulfilled.
1. The minimum level of formal training is a high school diploma or its equivalent. Post secondary training in heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC), electrical, or plumbing is desirable. Strong oral and written communication and mathematics computational skills are required.
2. A knowledge and understanding of building systems and maintenance procedures are required.
3. Experiences in a variety of maintenance areas including heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, electricity and mechanical abilities in indoor/outdoor settings are required.
4. A high level of mechanical and problem solving aptitude is required.
5. Positive personality characteristics that encourage good human relations among staff are required.
6. A genuine interest in and dedication to keeping buildings and grounds in a condition of operating excellence in a required orientation.
7. Three years of prior successful employment in a similar or related field is desirable.
8. Be able to lift and carry fifty pounds and climb to a height of forty feet and work on ladders, scaffolds, and mechanical lifts.
9. The ability to safely operate such equipment as, but not limited to tractors, dump trucks, landscape equipment, snow plowing/removal equipment, generators, mechanical lifts, etc.
10. Computer system diagnostic skills relating to HVAC control software (Tridium N4) highly disirable.
11. Must have current Driver’s License and be able to pass comprehensive background check
CLASSIFICATION: This position is classified as a full time position and is subject to the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Board of School Trustees. Pay is hourly based on the Maintenance schedule.
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds
1. Superintendent -- Be directly responsible through the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds to the Superintendent for the buildings and grounds operations for the School Corporation.
2. Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds -- Consult and cooperate through the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds with the Business Manager to ensure that the buildings and grounds are maintained in a safe and clean manner.
3. Principals -- Confer with building Principals in helping to resolve problems and concerns regarding building maintenance.
4. Maintenance/Custodial Staff -- Coordinate the operations of each building with the custodial supervisor.
5. Public -- Establish and maintain a good rapport with the general public.
6. Students - Maintain the safety of all students using the facilities.
7. Assist the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds in performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities at all Tri-Creek facilities.
8. Keep all corporation mobile equipment in working order and properly maintained.
9. Maintain an inventory of parts and supplies needed to maintain movable equipment.
10. Plan, organize, direct, control, and implement a plan for the maintenance of all mechanical HVAC systems at all buildings.
11. Be willing to respond to emergencies at anytime.
12. Plan, organize, direct, control, and implement a plan for the maintenance of all mechanical HVAC systems at all buildings.
13. Assist in inspecting buildings for needed maintenance and work with the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds to plan repairs.
14. Consult with building level administrators on building access for maintenance activities and needs.
15. Obtain and maintain a Pool operator certification for the state of Indiana.
16. Consult with the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds on the assessment of buildings and HVAC systems and make recommendations for upgrades.
17. Order materials as needed and make recommendations on supply and equipment for purchase.
18. Assist in maintaining an inventory of needed parts, materials and supplies to support the maintenance program.
19. Consult on specifications for items relating to HVAC maintenance improvement.
20. Prepare and maintain reports on Work Trakker maintenance software to track maintenance activity including costs, materials, and labor.
21. Assist in developing and implementing programs to meet federal, state, and local health and safety regulations.
22. Perform such other duties as may be deemed appropriate or assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee
23. Work with the Maintenance Supervisor of Buildings and the Grounds & Energy Manager to reduce energy consumption.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions.
Persons performing service in this position classification will exert 50 to 75 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
This type of work involves ascending and descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, and ramps to a height of 40 feet, and will involve walking or standing for extended periods.
Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral information, the manual dexterity to operate heavy custodial equipment and use hand tools, and handle and work with various materials and objects are important aspects of this job.
Exposure to hot, cold, wet, humid, or windy conditions caused by weather may occasionally be experienced.