GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR TECHNICIAN SENIOR
DEFINITION OF WORK
This is skilled work in two or more crafts or trades. Work requires knowledge and experience in a variety of crafts or trades.
Standard Classification Factors
Supervision Received - LEVEL B: "Under general supervision " Employees working under general supervision usually receive some instructions with respect to the details of most assignments but are free to develop their own work sequences within established procedures, methods and policies. They are often physically removed from their supervisor and subject to only periodic checks.
Difficulty - LEVEL B: Average Where the employee is confronted with a variety of duties susceptible to different methods of solution which, in turn, places a correspondingly higher demand upon resourcefulness and concentration. Positions which require the analysis and evaluation of raw data and the rendering of conclusions would, in many instances, fall into this category.
Complexity - LEVEL C: Work is of a standardized nature that may involve a variety of duties. Analytical thought becomes more important at this level due to increased data and changing situations. Tasks usually have several steps, some of which may not be directly related. Alternatives may exist for processes or methods to be used in solving problems. Workers at this level exercise a moderate amount of independent judgment. Work is controlled by routine review and reporting to or consultation with supervisors. When guidelines exist at this level, they tend to be more complicated or technical in nature requiring careful interpretation.
Consequence of Actions or Decisions - LEVEL C: Consequences of actions or decisions at this level are limited in scope and effect as the work is reviewed occasionally. Errors may cause moderate inefficiency. Costs due to errors may be significant.
Contacts - LEVEL A: The purpose of the contact is to obtain, clarify, give or screen established factual information, regardless of the type (i.e., easily understood or technical) within a well-defined relationship. Normal communication skills are required.
Physical Demands - LEVEL C: The work requires moderate physical exertion.
Environmental Conditions - LEVEL C: The work environment involves hazards, risks or discomforts typical of working with or around machinery with exposed moving parts, irritant chemicals, heavy equipment or abusive or hostile clientele and patients. Exposure to disagreeable weather conditions and extreme levels of temperature, ventilation, lighting and sound are normal. Protective clothing or gear and specific safety standards or procedures may be required. Serious injury is possible.
Supervision/Leadership - LEVEL C: Typically involves limited supervisory responsibility which entails performing as a "first line supervisor" for a small number of employees. Supervision is not the primary responsibility of the job. Responsibility includes training, instructing, scheduling, and reviewing work and recommending hiring and disciplinary actions to a higher level of authority.
Differs from the General Maintenance and Repair Technician class in which the work includes both skilled and semi-skilled work.
Differs from the Physical Plant Supervisor class which involves the supervision of skilled trades and maintenance workers.
Differs from the Facilities Maintenance Supervisor class in which work is highly skilled and involves the supervision of skilled level workers.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
Replaces or repairs plumbing fixtures, faucets, valves, fittings, bath and shower facilities, water heaters and related equipment; removes worn, damaged, or leaking items; installs proper replacements or makes repairs in accordance with instructions or trade standards.
Troubleshoots, maintains, repairs and alters existing secondary electrical circuits. This is accomplished by a) isolating circuits by using test instruments such as volt-ohm meters, recorders, etc. b) testing and inspecting to assure system has proper load distribution and tight and proper connections c) replacing faulty fixtures and other simple elements of an electrical system and appliances d) altering and renewing deteriorating circuits.
Makes alterations to buildings such as installing partitions and ceilings, laying flooring, hanging sheet rock, etc.; uses blueprints, figures estimated time and materials needed assuring that repair and changes can be completed with available funds and manpower.
Operates and maintains a surface water treatment plant; repairs, replaces, and adjusts relay and float switches, gate valves, pumps, chemical feeders, chlorinators, and related equipment; mixes chemicals and back washes filters; takes water samples to test for chlorine content and turbidity.
Operates and maintains a sewage treatment plant and lift stations; repairs, replaces and adjusts gate valves, vacuum pumps, relays, and other apparatus; takes daily flow measurements of wastewater lagoon.
Makes air ducts, machine guards, metal roofing, and other items; fits and installs assembled products; makes repairs on sheet metal materials.
Inspects and repairs electrical hydraulic elevators in order to adjust or replace broken or worn parts by having an understanding of electrical circuits, wiring diagrams and schematics, and by using elevator safety precautions and electrical instruments.
Services, repairs or replaces electrical appliances, motors, fuses, switches and outlets in order to provide efficient and well maintained electrical service by selecting proper materials, reading electrical schematics and using electrical instruments and hand tools.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS
*Knowledge of the standard practices, tools, equipment, and materials associated with a variety of crafts involved in facility and physical plant maintenance.
*Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of specific crafts or trades.
*Ability to read, interpret, and work from sketches, blueprints, and specifications and to evaluate, analyze, and resolve construction and mechanical problems.
*Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to make estimates of time and materials.
Skill in the use and operation of tools, machines, and equipment commonly used in construction and repair work at the skilled craft level.
*Required at Entry
One year of experience in two or more building trades or mechanical building trades. Education may be substituted for experience as determined relevant by the agency.