ANNOUNCEMENT OF TECHNICAL SERVICE JOB VACANCIES These JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS by richman7

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									ANNOUNCEMENT OF TECHNICAL SERVICE JOB VACANCIES These JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS are made in accordance with Article XII of the Union-University agreement, effective July 1, 2006. Current shift and building location is included. In the absence of any applicants who meet the stated minimum requirements for an announced job in Grades 5 through 1, extended learning periods may be provided for individuals who do not meet the minimum requirements. If you are interested in being considered for these positions, call The Employment and Compensation Division, 863-0304. DO NOT GO DIRECTLY TO THE WORK UNIT OR TO THE EMPLOYMENT AND COMPENSATION DIVISION. Bids for these positions will be accepted from 8:00 a.m., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 02, 2008 until 5:00 p.m., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 08, 2008.

THESE JOBS ARE OPEN FOR BIDDING TO BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES ONLY

JOB TITLE - JOB NUMBER
Airport Attendant (T-28931)

GRADE
4

WORK UNIT
Airport Operations

BRIEF STATEMENT ABOUT THE JOB:* Inventory fuel and oil daily. Follow prescribed procedures to test AV-gas and jet fuel for contaminants. Report contamination to supervisor, accept or reject fuel as required. Record daily sales and quantity of fuels delivered. Operate fuel farm according to established procedures and practices. Change fuel filters and perform proper inspection of fuel farm, dispensing trucks and self-fueling equipment. Operate fuel-servicing vehicles and standing pumps to pump proper grade and amount of fuel into aircraft; ensure proper grounding and bonding. Manage fuel distribution in aircraft using onboardcomputerized fuel management systems or manual systems as required. Perform “hot” fueling operations as required. Mix additives with fuel as directed. Check oil and add as necessary. Meet and direct incoming aircraft with proper taxi signals. Assist pilots and passengers as requested. Assist tenant and transient pilots in moving aircraft in and out of hangers and tie-down spaces. Tow, wingwalk, and moor aircraft as directed. Park aircraft according to established procedures. Clean windshield, provide auxiliary power or heat as directed. Provide services to aircraft such as, baggage loading and unloading, aircraft cleaning, lavatory services, portable water replenishment, catering delivery, air stairs, etc. Operate Unicom system providing information regarding weather, traffic and field conditions, runway in common use, etc. Record traffic count on aircraft traffic log. Monitor New York Center as required. Handle inflight emergencies with proper response. Operate and drive snow removal equipment to plow snow or apply anti-skid material to walks, parking lots, ramps, aprons, taxiways and runways as required. Sweep walks, ramps, hangers, etc; shovel snow as required. Operate front-end loader to fill anti-skid spreader. Test runways for braking action using Tapley Meter mounted on pickup truck. Perform maintenance and repairs on line-service vehicles and support equipment such as aircraft movers, tugs, heaters, gas trucks, front-end loader, deicing truck, baggage belt-loader, etc., as needed. Deice aircraft as required using deicing truck and boom. Certify to pilot that deicing is completed correctly. Observe and report weather conditions as a certified weather observer. Provide initial response to any fire or emergency incident with airport crash, rescue and fire-fighting equipment. Conduct hourly, daily and special airport inspections to identify runway and taxiway. Drive University vehicle. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Requires the use of shop mathematics together with the use of complicated drawings, specifications, charts, tables, various types of adjustable measuring instruments and the training generally applicable in a particular or specialized occupation. Equivalent to 1 to 3 years of applied trades training and over 3 months and up to and including 12 months of experience. NOTE: THIS POSITION IS SUJECT TO FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TESTING FOR ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES (14 CFR 121) SHIFT: 9:30 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. DAYS OFF: Sunday, Monday and Tuesday JOB TITLE - JOB NUMBER Maintenance Worker, Utility (T-28965) GRADE 9 LOCATION: University Park Airport

WORK UNIT Office of Physical Plant

BRIEF STATEMENT ABOUT THE JOB:* Operate various types of scrubbing, buffing, and shampooing equipment. Remove and replace lighting fixtures, window screens, etc. Remove accumulated waste from buildings as required. Relocate furniture, supplies, and set-up chairs, tables, etc., at various campus locations for scheduled events. Shovel snow and chop ice on walks and driveways using small power and hand tools as required. Drive University vehicle as required. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Requires the ability to read, write, add, subtract, and follow instructions; plus up to and including 3 months of effective experience. NOTE: THIS FACILITY WILL BE TEAM-CLEANED, SO A STRONG DESIRE TO WORK ON A TEAM AND GOOD INTERPERSONAL SKILLS ARE ESSENTIAL. SHIFT: 5:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. DAYS OFF: Saturday and Sunday LOCATION: Various

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JOB TITLE - JOB NUMBER Janitorial Worker (T-28937)

GRADE 10

WORK UNIT Office of Physical Plant

BRIEF STATEMENT ABOUT THE JOB:* Collect waste from work area; mop floors, vacuum rugs and clean stairways. Clean restrooms, polish furniture. Lock doors, windows; maintain materials used to perform work in a clean and orderly condition. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Requires the ability to read, write and follow instructions; plus up to 3 months of effective experience. NOTE: THIS FACILITY WILL BE TEAM-CLEANED, SO A STRONG DESIRE TO WORK ON A TEAM AND GOOD INTERPERSONAL SKIILS ARE ESSENTIAL. SHIFT: 10:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. DAYS OFF: Saturday and Sunday LOCATION: Various

THE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSONS BECAUSE OF AGE AS DEFINED BY LAW, ANCESTRY, COLOR, DISABILITY OR HANDICAP, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RACE, RELIGIOUS CREED, SEXUAL ORIENTATION OR VETERAN STATUS.

EMPLOYMENT AND COMPENSATION

October 02, 2008


								
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