The Lead Maintenance Engineer, under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, is responsible for performing general maintenance functions, including painting, electrical repairs, welding, carpentry, emergency plumbing repairs, hydraulic work, and snow removal. In addition, the Lead Maintenance Engineer will assist the Maintenance Supervisor as outlined in job duties.
A high school diploma, or equivalent.
Three (3) years or more of related experience with demonstrated skills in one or more of the trades such as carpentry, electrical, plumbing with the equivalent to journeyman level. Experience in preventive maintenance programs and previous experience working in a lead role required.
Proficiency in computers and experience working with preventive maintenance programs, work order systems, and inventory processes.
SKILLREQUIREMENTS: Ability to read and interpret technical manuals pertaining to facilities and equipment installed and serviced. Excellent communication and customer service skills. Working knowledge of inspection procedures and state/local building codes as related to electrical, plumbing and carpentry. Ability to work effectively on multiple projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel required. Proven ability to work effectively with individuals and teams from diverse backgrounds and professional responsibilities. Solid analytical skills, good judgment, strong attention to detail, and excellent organizational skills with the ability to plan and prioritize work. Ability to occasionally sit, continuously walk and stand, and frequently bend, squat, climb, kneel, twist, and lift, carry, push, pull up to 70 lbs, Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull over 70 lbs. on an occasional basis. Ability to work on lifts or ladders, with our without reasonable accommodations.
The College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college offering a wide range of academic program choices to meet students' educational needs at different points in their lives. The college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association. The college delivers high quality, accessible learning opportunities to advance student success and streng...then the diverse communities we serve. Our major program areas include credit programs to prepare students for transfer or career entry, GED and adult basic education, non-credit offerings for personal or career development, and contract training and specialized services for businesses.Regardless of their focus, our programs emphasize academic excellence and concern with the individual student's goals. Each semester we serve around 18,000 credit students, with more than 80 percent enrolled in transfer or career preparation programs.