Under general direction of lead worker or supervision by departmental administrator performs skilled maintenance duties in maintenance & repair of buildings & equipment. Performs general maintenance on buildings & equipment. Established pattern of good work habits and performance with good interpersonal skills.
Adheres to all OSHA and/or Ohio University required safety guidelines
PERFOMS SKILLEDDUTIES IN ONE OR MORE OF THEFOLLOWINGCRAFTAREAS: 1. CARPENTRY: maintenance, alteration, &/or repair to buildings, equipment, & wooden structures (e.g., doors, windows, walls, steps, floors, woodwork, stairways, furniture, cabinets); performs spot roof repairs; installs security devices, locks, & window air conditioners. 2. CARPET/TILE: maintenance, alteration and/or repair of all types of surface finishes (e.g.: carpet, padding, vinyl floor tile, vinyl base, wall paper, etc.) 3. CONTROLS: maintenance, installation, and trouble-shooting of control systems and related devices. 4. ELECTRICAL: maintenance, replacement, installation & repair of electrical equipment (e.g., light fixtures, electrical outlets, switches, motors, relays, appliances, electrical circuits, emergency generators, fire alarms, intercoms, autoclaves, meters, fans, radios, televisions, and electrical forklift). 5. ENVIRONMENTALSERVICES: removal of asbestos, lead paint, mold remediation, & clean-up of other environmental hazards. 6. HVAC: routine installation, maintenance, and repair of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration equipment and devices. 7. LIFESAFETY: maintains, tests, installs and repairs fire alarm systems and components (e.g.: smoke detectors, heat detectors, horn/strobes, flow switches, fire panels, fire extinguishers, etc.) 8. LOCKSMITH: routine maintenance and installation of all types of locks and related/associated hardware. 9. MASONRY: mixes, pours, lays and finishes concrete; repairs and replaces concrete sidewalks, floors, walls, steps and/or other similar structures; lays bricks, blocks and/or tile; sets marker stakes and making forms. 10. PAINTING: paints rooms, buildings, fixtures, signs & equipment; patches plaster & prepares surfaces for painting; does masonry work. 11. PLASTERING: prepares surfaces for plastering (e.g. replaces broken metal or wooden lathes, chips out broken plaster) and mixes plaster; repairs walls, floors, walks and other parts of buildings – replacing tiles, blocks and/or bricks – replacing tiles, blocks &/or bricks; patches concrete. 12. PLUMBING: maintenance, replacement, installation and repair of plumbing equipment and fixtures (e.g. water and steam lines, sewer pipes, plumbing fixtures, pumps, regulators, valves, faucets, toilets, sinks, bathtubs, piping). 13. PREVENTIVEMAINTENANCE/FILTERS: replacement & maintenance of filters, belts, sheaves, motors, shafts, bearing and other mechanical equipment; cleans filters, louvers, coils, fans, etc. 14. SHEETMETAL: installation, fabrication and repair of metal roofs and related components, fixtures, fittings, etc. 15. TUNNELMAINTENANCE: maintenance, installation & repair of utility distribution piping systems in tunnels. May perform machine trade functions in machine shop.
On continuous basis, inspects buildings & equipment for needed repairs or replacements, & performs systematic & routine preventative maintenance of assigned areas; unlocks & locks buildings.
Completes necessary documentation for Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).
Performs other related duties as required.
Advanced working knowledge of one or more skilled craft areas;
Read & write common vocabulary in sentence structure; add, subtract, multiply & divide whole numbers, calculate fractions, decimals & percentages;
Ability to apply principles to solve practical problems;
Ability to carry out instructions in written, oral, and pictorial form;
Work independently or with others;
Demonstrated willingness to work with diverse populations;
Demonstrate dexterity and skill in use of craft-associated hand and/or power tools & equipment;
Knowledge of all applicable OSHA and/or Ohio University safety guidelines and procedures;
Work at heights;
Lift up to 50 lbs
30 months verifiable related experience in any skilled craft area(s), or equivalent; and use of associated hand & power tools and equipment; or equivalent;
Successful completion of a test may be required;
Valid driver's license;
In the Insulation Shop, requires obtaining CDL to transport hazardous waste in accordance with Section 4506.01 of Ohio Revised Code; requires annual training to be certified as an asbestos hazard abatement specialist as required by federal EPA;
May be exposed to dirt, grease, odors, cramped conditions, extreme hot or cold temperatures, heights, and electrical hazards;
May be exposed to dangerous machinery; confined spaces
General knowledge and understanding of boilers in order to trouble shoot issues.
General knowledge and understanding of chillers in order to trouble shoot issues.
General understanding of electrical systems and plumbing in order to trouble shoot issues.
Planning Unit: Regional Higher Education
Department: LNCSTR Physical Plant
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