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									                                                                                                        Department of Human Resources
                                                                                                                            PO Box 470
                      HANOVER COUNTY GOVERNMENT POSITION DESCRIPTION                                                Hanover, VA 23069
                                              Facility Technician (CD)                                       Telephone (804) 365-6075
                                                                                                              Facsimile (804) 365-6334

                                                                                    Department of Facilities Management
Revision Date:            January 2008

General Description: This is a skilled position. The incumbent performs routine tasks to repair and maintain equipment
and systems in County buildings.

Organization: The Facility Technician position is part of Hanover County’s Career Development Program (CD). The Facility
Technician Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Facility Technician I to Facility Technician Senior. The Facility Technician
reports to the Facilities Technician Supervisor and supervises no staff.

Essential Functions:
•    Completes daily repairs and preventative maintenance to County facilities and buildings.
•    Interprets building blueprints, related schematics, and diagrams to perform routine maintenance.
•    Inspects and maintains all building environmental systems and communications, such as HVAC.
•    Programs, interprets, and operates building automation center that controls building systems and security.
•    Installs and repairs data and telecommunication cable and electrical wiring.
•    Operates mechanical systems such as chillers, boilers, pumps, air handling units, and heaters.
•    Performs periodic testing of diesel generator equipment and fire protection systems.
•    Completes routine maintenance tasks such as machinery cleaning, plumbing repairs, lighting/filter replacement, and
•    Delivers and relocates office furniture as needed.
•    Interacts with staff, contractors, and others to complete projects.
•    Performs related work as assigned.

Working Conditions:
A.       Hazards
         • Possible exposure to high noise level and adverse temperatures/conditions
B.       Environment
         • Field--Must travel to project sites in order to perform essential functions
C.       Physical Effort
         • May require heavy lifting, climbing ladders, and working under adverse conditions
D.       Non-exempt

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Requires an extensive knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and maintenance practices.
Must have basic understanding of plumbing, HVAC, and building construction--including ability to operate power and hand tools.
Requires ability to read, interpret, and work from blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and manuals. Good communication skills
required, both oral and written, to maintain records and prepare reports. Chlor-floro-carbon (CFC) license approved by EPA
(Environmental Protection Agency), preferred. Ability to operate computerized equipment desired.

Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma required with additional training in a technical program
preferred. Previous work related experience desired. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training
sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable.

Special Conditions:
•    Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting
•    Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver’s License
•    Twelve-month probationary period
•    Work beyond normal work schedule
•    Must wear uniform, including safety equipment

HR/lh                                                                                                                      01/01/08

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