Performance of duties as directed by the supervisor to maintain all aspects of the facility and operation of all support systems. The Maintenance Mechanic A displays superior skills, knowledge and experience in all or most maintenance disciplines as listed below.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Planning, teaching and installing Sheetrock.
Taping, spackling, priming and painting.
Repair and/or replace lights, switches or outlets.
Repair or replace 3-way outlets.
Work on 1,2 and 3 phase electric.
Install breakers and run wire.
Repair or replace faucets, traps and valves.
Repair pipe leaks.
Measure, cut and replace faulty copper, black and PVC pipes.
Install and repair sinks and toilets.
Minor repairs on boilers and air conditioners.
D. Power Tools:
Safe operations of power tools such as table saw, jig saw, circular and hole saws as well as drills and impact guns.
Designing and framing walls, rooms and doorways.
Repairing wood furniture.
Designing and making frames.
Proper use of measuring tape, ruler, square and T-square.
Working with a multitude of wood finishes.
Perform research on repairs/job to be performed and pass appropriate information.
Assist in providing training or mentoring skills with any/all maintenance staff
Completes and takes leads in all maintenance repairs and projects.
Move furniture/equipment/materials including set-up for programs and events.
May be required to work overtime/weekends and all snow storm for campus and off-campus housing cleanup.
Report all work orders beyond scope of knowledge, experience or skills.
Perform all other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Minimum Education and/or Experience
Degree from a four year college or university and three to five years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Special Skills, Certificates, Licenses
Posses a valid driver's license to drive SA vehicles such as trucks, vans, box trucks.
Ability to operate a Kubota and Bobcat (helpful but willing to train) and snow removal equipment.