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Building Services Technician

  • Type:Full Time
  • Salary/Pay Rate:$16.67/hr. to $23.34/hr.
  • Posted Date:11/02/2017

The Building Services Department has an opening for a Building Services Technician. This full time, 40 hour per week, second shift position has a starting salary of $16.67/hr. to $23.34/hr. based on experience.

PURPOSE AND SUMMARY

Maintains and repairs buildings, equipment, machinery and grounds in accordance with diagrams, operational manuals, manufacturer’s specifications and departmental procedures at assigned building and as directed by the immediate Supervisor.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Ignites boilers and controls generation of a continuous supply of energy for heating buildings and hot water.  Disassembles and re-assembles boilers for cleaning and prepares boilers for inspection by State.  Tests and treats boiler water using specified chemicals; performs minor repairs such as replacing worn gaskets, tightening joints, and replacing defective meters. Inspects, installs, repairs and replaces pipes, fittings, and plumbing fixtures to maintain the heating, water, gas and drainage systems of the buildings.  Inspects, operates and maintains refrigerating, air conditioning and air handling units. Must be knowledgeable and able to use computerized HVAC control systems. Maintains and repairs all aspects of buildings and grounds inside and out as necessary or as directed by Supervisor.  Assembles, repairs and maintains furniture and equipment, as well as other parts of the buildings, using hand and power tools.  Cuts lawn and maintains equipment; plants and maintains flowers and shrubbery.  Removes ice and snow from sidewalks, driveways and parking areas prior to 8:00 AM, during the day and on weekends as necessary. Responds to emergency calls. Performs locksmith work as necessary, including issuing and tracking of keys and keycards (FOBs). Sanitizes Morgue after every autopsy. Maintains electrical circuits, equipment and appliances. Maintains and refuels vehicles and motorized equipment. Transports refuse for disposal or recycling. Unloads freight at times utilizing skid steer and re-stocks areas. Performs cement and carpentry work. Washes, repairs, paint walls; varnishes and repairs woodwork. Complies with the ongoing preventive maintenance program. Secures and locks buildings and offices as necessary. Replaces security cameras. Any other duties as may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or equivalent. Post high school courses related to required technical skills or three years related experience. Comprehends the principles of plumbing, electricity, carpentry, boilers, refrigeration cooling, painting and mechanics. Familiarity with Federal, State and Industrial codes. Acceptable physical condition. Valid driver’s license. Understands and effectively carries out oral and written instructions. Ability to utilize computers for preventative maintenance and work orders, HVAC controls, payroll and email systems.

Applications will be accepted until filled.

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