Replaces flush valve systems and fluid masters; repairs/replaces Sloan valves; repairs and performs minor maintenance on plumbing fixtures including faucet leaks, vandal proof stoppers and shower heads; unstops drains using plunger and spring (1/4 x 15) sinks, water fountains, and other drains; replaces toilet seat, shampoo bowl heads and hose assembly, and aerators; removes and replaces traps.
Locks repairs; replaces existing locks; repairs and occasionally replaces screens; replaces glass in stairwell fireboxes and corridor fire hose boxes; repairs/replaces door hardware, window blinds, furniture, lamps, handrails, and traverse rods; replaces ceiling and floor tiles (6 in any one area), baseboard, molding strips, and minor caulking in baths and showers.
Checks outside entrance and stairway cores; checks roofs and drains; checks exhaust and supply fans for noisy bearings, missing belts, bolts and guards; replaces burnt out bulbs in machine rooms; checks all building plumbing; checks and keeps log of smoke detectors; cleans machine rooms; checks exterior of buildings and grounds.
Utilizes the university-wide Maintenance Management System (MMS) to receive work requests for buildings; changes status of work requests via computer; charges labor to work requests; processes electronic timecard daily to charge out time and submit work requests for approval to the Residence Manager. Uses Microsoft Outlook for email, and Word for other documents and logs.
Repairs desk lamps, ceiling lights, sweepers, wet vacuums and miscellaneous equipment; replaces receptacles and covers, light switches, ballasts and ceiling lights; helps set clocks; replaces time clock ribbons; replaces battery operated or unsupervised smoke detectors.
Checks and bleeds air vents on room radiators; adjusts or replaces pneumatic room or apartment stats; installs window a/c units.
High school diploma or GED/equivalent and two years of experience in multi-craft maintenance including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC.
Possess a valid driver's license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Above average aptitude in the use of personal computers, including the ability to accurately manipulate data in common and proprietary database and access control software. Ability to utilize the university's MMS computerized work order system. Familiarity with the tools of the carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and locksmithing professions. Training classes in basic electrical, plumbing, carpentry, asbestos, computers, scaffolding, blood-borne pathogens and bio-hazards.
Experience in the installation, testing and routine repair of electrical and mechanical access control systems.
Working Conditions / Demands
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to be mobile or remain stationary; use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and reach with hands and arms. Required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Wednesday - Saturday, 4:00 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.
Salary Plan: SM
Salary Grade: 54
Job Function: Engineering, Trades, & Facilit
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