Maintenance Technician - 2nd Shift
Posted 3 months ago
STARTING WAGE: $21.26/HOUR
The purpose of this position is to ensure safe and efficient learning environments by maintaining HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and other building envelope, equipment and systems. Provides locksmith services for the district.
Poistion is 8 hours per day, year round, 3 pm- 11: 30 pm
Paid time off and benefits included
Purpose of Position
Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesThe following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.
- Repairs and maintains district equipment including pumps, electrical, assigned vehicles, fire alarms and security, flat and shingle roofs, speaker, clocks and bell systems, food service, and other equipment; performs routine and preventive maintenance as required
- Maintains district buildings; maintains plumbing (includes gas and water), heating, cooling, and air handling equipment, bathroom fixtures, light fixtures, door frames and hardware, tile, windows, furniture, cabinets, athletic equipment, etc.; ensures the safety of facilities and equipment; preps walls and paints building surfaces as required
- Installs technology and classroom equipment.
- Repairs, replaces and re-keys locks as required for security or new construction, cutting and issuing keys, opens locked equipment. Record keeping for key bitting.
- Removal of asbestos as required, and documents related asbestos removal procedures.
- Conducts new construction and remodeling projects as required, including carpentry, concrete work, drywall, framing, ceiling systems, and basic cabinet making.
- Fills in for custodians as required
- Plows and salts sidewalks and other paving areas as required, includes being on-call during snow season.
- Solicits bids for maintenance supplies and services.
- Responds to maintenance concerns in code drills as requested for security.
- Serves on the district wide on-call rotation as required.
- Attends various training seminars as appropriate.
- Other duties as assigned by Director of Facilities and Grounds
Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job FunctionsHigh school graduate with technical training in one or more of the following: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, asbestos abatement, or other equipment maintenance and three to five years related experience, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Ability to obtain forklift certification. Must possess a clean driving record and valid driver’s license.
Minimum Physical and Mental Abilities Required to Perform Essential Job Functions
- Ability to operate a motor vehicle
- Ability to repair and maintain HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and other equipment.
- Ability to use mechanics, welding, brazing, cutting torches, scissor lifts, fork lift, aerial lifts, key cutting/creation equipment, and other tools, including power tools
- Ability to lift and maneuver objects weighing up to 90 pounds
- Must have current physical on file with the District Office certifying applicant is able to meet all job qualifications
- Ability to work on elevated spaces or equipment.
Mathematical AbilityMust have the ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and calculate decimals and percentages.
Language Ability and Interpersonal Communication
- Ability to comprehend, interpret and/or prepare a variety of documents, including asbestos manuals, vehicle records, water test results, service manuals, electrical and plumbing diagrams/schematics, blueprints, work orders, time cards, facility use permits, maintenance requests, custodial handbook, boiler handbook, equipment manuals, MDS, building maps and specifications, etc.
- Ability to prepare a variety of documents including asbestos records, water samples, daily work log, time cards, material requests, work requests, etc., using prescribed format and conforming to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction, and style
- Ability to record and deliver information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
- Ability to use and interpret HVAC, mechanics, and related terminology
- Ability to communicate effectively with the Director of Facilities and Grounds, Operations Manager, teachers, students, parents, administrators, service technicians, custodial staff, delivery persons, police officers, fire personnel, School Board members, nurses, the general public, and others verbally and in writing.
- Ability to work effectively under moderately safe and comfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors such as temperature variations and extremes, odors, toxic agents, noise, machinery, wetness, disease and/or dust, may cause some discomfort and where there is a risk of minor injury.
- Ability to work near or with moving mechanical equipment
- Ability to meet deadlines with severe time constraints
- Ability to work in a loud and/or dusty environment.
- Ability to work with hazardous materials.
- Maybe required to work outside of normal work hours.
- Ability to work in confined spaces.