Maintenance Mechanic

Job Title: Maintenance Mechanic

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Reports to: Maintenance Lead Worker

Job Grade: Skill level 06; $28,612 annually ($14.67 per hour)

This is a full-time position working under the general supervision of the Maintenance Lead Worker or designee. The maintenance mechanic is responsible for the general and technical maintenance and repair of all facilities, equipment and furnishings involving a variety of building trades. Perform assigned tasks to maintain the physical operations of the college, aesthetics of all facilities, and ensure a safe environment of students and staff.   Work includes assisting skilled tradesmen, helpers, and laborers in the daily maintenance tasks, as well as emergency repairs required to be completed.

Duties:

  • Assist with the maintenance or repair of general lighting loads, timers, motor controls, electrical motors, air compressors and a variety of other electrical equipment.
  • Preventive Maintenance on heating and air-conditioning systems to include adding refrigerant; washing coils; changing filters, belts, bearings, and electrical components.
  • Maintain plumbing systems to include fixtures, lines water heaters, wastewater and drainage.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and install electrical systems and associate controls.
  • Assist in the maintenance of facility finishes throughout the campus and off-site campuses.
  • Perform planned and unplanned maintenance tasks.
  • Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of supervising authorities.

 

Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent, vocational training related to maintenance systems, plus 2-3 years commercial and industrial experience.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Maintenance-related certifications and licensures. Position requires a working knowledge of a variety of complex systems in order to readily perform a wide range of maintenance tasks. Ability to read basic blueprints and electrical diagrams.

Skills:

  • Good interpersonal and public relations communication skills; ability to communicate effectively using written and verbal skills.
  • Ability to perform basic math functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; ability to perform calculations related to necessary maintenance and repairs.
  • Reasoning ability required to apply analytical problem-solving skills in order to determine how to perform required maintenance or repairs.
  • Must be able to perform tasks guided by TBR and JSCC policy, regulations, and guidelines from the EPA, TOSHA, and state and local electrical codes.