Beaverton Schools Description 4/07
MAINTENANCE WORKER II Page 1
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor & Maintenance Foreman
Performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled work requiring experience and training in various
areas of the maintenance field. Activities require vocational competence and/or adeptness in
the operation of equipment and tools. Work processes are somewhat standardized in how work
is performed, however, incumbents in the Maintenance Worker II classification may be assigned
a variety of maintenance activities based on work order needs, priorities, and preventive
NATURE & SCOPE:
Positions in this classification perform a variety of maintenance work and activities at the
working/experienced level, but usually not at the experienced trade level. Activities require
vocational competence in the various areas of the maintenance field including adeptness in the
operations of major equipment and power tools. Incumbents are assigned more varied work
based on the employee's higher level and breadth of knowledge and skills gained through work
experience and training. May guide the work of Maintenance Worker I employees.
Positions in this classification differ from the Maintenance Worker I classification by the
requirement for technical knowledge in a variety of the maintenance service areas. The
Maintenance Worker II classification differs from the Maintenance Worker III level by the
absence of work considered journey level skilled crafts performed which requires a prolonged
apprenticeship period or equivalent training.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs skilled building maintenance and repair work such as carpentry, painting,
masonry, concrete finishing, hardware, glazing, floor and wall covering, sheet metal
work, and cabinetry.
2. Performs a variety of grounds maintenance, including but not limited too: operation of
larger mower, fertilizing, turf maintenance and site preparation; assists with repairs and
maintenance of irrigation components.
3. Performs a variety of repairs of outdoor facilities.
4. Performs maintenance of athletic fields.
5. Performs concrete work, grading, and blacktopping as required.
3. Operates and services vehicles, hand and power tools, and specialized equipment used
in area of assignment.
4. Submits requests for supplies, equipment and assistance.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS:
5. Prepares estimates of labor, time and costs of proposed projects.
6. Prepares work records, inventory records, and reports.
7. Provides back-up support to other positions in case of absence or work overload.
8. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Beaverton Schools Description 4/07
MAINTENANCE WORKER II Page 2
Work is performed both indoors and outdoors, requiring physical effort in carrying out
maintenance and repair work with frequent lifting of moderate to heavy objects. Employees are
exposed to power tools, electricity, heights, paint fumes and the like.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• General knowledge of the construction and maintenance field including preventive
maintenance techniques and systems.
• General knowledge of grounds maintenance activities and tasks.
• Knowledge and skills to perform more than one maintenance activity.
• Knowledge of safety regulations and guidelines as they apply to the building
• Knowledge of construction materials and ability to read blueprints and other building
• Good physical condition to perform heavy lifting, prolonged standing, crawling, climbing,
and working in various types of weather.
• Computation skills to perform measuring tasks and preventive maintenance inventories
• Ability to read, understand and implement such items as work orders and implement
preventive maintenance schedules and work practices.
• Ability to exercise independent judgment.
• Ability to identify maintenance problems, accurately describe the magnitude of problems,
and effectively communicate or resolve problems.
• Ability to plan, coordinate and perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled maintenance
work in the area of assignment.
• Ability to work with accuracy and attention to detail to meet deadlines.
• Ability to maintain and make repairs to machinery, equipment, and tools.
• Ability to operate, or learn to operate, a variety of equipment.
• Ability to work harmoniously with other staff, administrators, teachers, school site
classified staff, students, and the general public.
• Ability to acquire additional knowledge and skills in all areas of the building maintenance
• Strong commitment to customer services and client satisfaction.
Minimum Qualifications For Class Entry
Ability to read, comprehend, and follow written and verbal instructions, work orders, and
preventive maintenance plans. Requires two years experience in a variety of maintenance or
construction work and/or the ability to perform all of the assigned duties independently and at
the required skill level. Possession of a valid Oregon driver’s license and a good driving record.
A commercial license may be required for selected positions.
The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal
functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of
responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.
Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to
cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.