BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN 3
Pay Range GC18
This classification is the third
within a four-level series and incumbent has sole responsibility
for maintenance of County wide facilities. Incumbent performs
journey-level duties in corrective and preventative maintenance
to department buildings, facility equipment and grounds;
participates in facility remodels; schedules work assignments;
directs contractors; orders maintenance supplies.
This level is distinguished by the
responsibility the sole incumbent holds in both managing the
maintenance program as well as performing journey-level
corrective and preventative work. The incumbent is required to
posses a current State of Oregon General Journeyman or In Plant
EXAMPLES OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES
(Duties assigned to this
classification include, but are not limited to, the following
examples. Any one position may not perform all listed tasks.)
1. Perform corrective
and preventative maintenance to facility and grounds; such as:
plumbing systems and fixtures, HVAC systems, motors, control
equipment, variable speed drives, and communication systems.
2. Plan wiring layout and
install, replace, repair and/or maintain electrical systems,
equipment, appliances and associated HVAC mechanical equipment.
Test related circuits, emergency generators and electronics.
Oversee daily maintenance needs. Prioritize and schedule work
assignments for coworkers.
3. Assess maintenance
needs. Meet with division or department manager provide
updates. Participate in development of long-range development of
maintenance plans, which can include construction and remodel
4. Manage maintenance
projects, which include minor design, specifications, assist
with the bid process. Serve as liaison to building inspectors.
Supervise contractors and subcontractors.
5. Participate in
building remodels which includes moving furniture and equipment,
remove and replace walls, flooring and/or carpeting, ceilings;
painting, etc. Coordinate work of contractors.
6. Participate in
corrective and preventative maintenance duties of other building
maintenance technicians, as needed.
7. On a regularly
scheduled basis participate in morning opening or evening
closing of building and facilities and an on-call status for
8. Serve as department
safety officer assuring work performed by staff is safely
performed, schedule and conduct or participate in safety
meetings. Be informed about OSHA requirements.
9. Remain on on-call
status for emergencies.
AND ABILITY REQUIRED BY THIS POSITION
Thorough knowledge of building construction, mechanical,
electrical and plumbing methods, principles, practices,
equipment, materials as applied to corrective and preventative
building maintenance; thorough knowledge of maintenance
techniques required of a commercial or public building setting;
considerable knowledge of methods, equipment and materials used
in electrical maintenance HVAC systems, plumbing, appliance
repair; considerable knowledge of the National Electrical Code,
and standards; reasonable knowledge of Oregon Specialty Codes
that govern building construction, mechanical and plumbing;
basic knowledge of computer network assembly and operation.
Skill in: Safe operation of appropriate power tools and equipment.
Communicate effectively in oral and written forms; read
blueprints and penciled layout sketches; plan, coordinate and
direct the activities of support staff, contractors and
subcontractors; estimate time and materials for individual
projects; work independently and manage time efficiently;
establish and maintain records and reports; conduct research and
compile and analyze technical data; make decisions independently
in accordance with established policies and use initiative and
judgment in completing tasks and responsibilities; utilize
problem identification and resolution techniques; courteously
meet and deal effectively with other employees, contractors,
vendors, public agencies and the public.
Education, experience and training:
Five years progressively responsible work experience in building
construction or building and mechanical maintenance area.
Journeyman licensure from the State of Oregon at or above an In
Plant Journeyman. Must have current skill sets in electrical and
HVAC systems, appliance repair and communication system
maintenance OR any satisfactory equivalent combination of
experience and training. At time of appointment, must possess a
valid Oregon Journey level electrical license and a valid Oregon
- Asbestos certification; carpenter, plumber or electrician
licensure; boiler operator certification.
SUPERVISORY CONTROLS OF THIS
Work is performed under the general
direction of the department head. Recurring routine assignments
are independently performed by employee on basis of past
experience. The employee receives general instructions regarding
the scope and approach to projects or assignments, but procedures
and problem resolution are left to the employee's discretion and
interpretation. Employee estimates and manages time efficiently.
Work is reviewed periodically to ensure determinations and
decisions made are in compliance to department policy and
Work is performed within department
policy and procedure, OSHA regulations, building construction and
maintenance reference materials, marina maintenance reference
materials, State Specialty Code material, blueprints, equipment
manuals, parts catalogues. Employee uses judgment in determining
appropriate guidelines and procedure, but then follows guidelines
closely due to nature of repair work.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK
Regular and consistent attendance is
required. This work involves bending, climbing ladders and
through confined areas and/or in high locations, color
identification, crawling, gripping with hands, hearing alarms and
voice conversation, lifting and carrying up to 60 pounds,
operating power tools with common exposure to paints and
chemicals, pulling, pushing, standing, stooping, twisting and
walking. Work is performed in an environment, which involves
everyday risks or discomforts and sometime adverse weather
conditions requiring safety precautions. A reasonable amount of
driving is required.