"Facilities Maintenance Worker I Job Description Sample"
22871 CITY OF ISSAQUAH CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION FACILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER I SUMMARY: Performs a variety of mostly semi-skilled tasks that may involve equipment operations and some manual labor functions to maintain Park and City facilities, equipment, buildings, and/or other areas for which the Park Department is responsible. Incumbents analyze problems and make appropriate repairs to HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems, maintain and change door locks, change air conditioning filters, painting and installing signs, painting facilities and conducting other maintenance and carpentry jobs. Duties also include providing support to Park and Recreation events. SCOPE: Reports to: Facilities Maintenance Superintendent Independently performs various semi-skilled maintenance tasks. On more complex projects receives guidance and direction from more highly skilled workers or supervisor. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The focus of this level is on the preponderance of semi-skilled maintenance tasks related to a variety of trades work including plumbing, carpentry, painting, electrical, HVAC, roofing and the like. Incumbents may assist other workers on jobs requiring more experience and journey-level trades knowledge and skill. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed primarily indoors requiring the use of hand and power tools and other equipment and exposing the employee to dust, dirt, noise, lifting, climbing, stooping, crawling, and the hazards of working around power tools and electricity. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Checks buildings and their systems each day for conditions that need attention and taking action to correct problems. • Makes minor repairs to walls, windows, doors, and floors; straightens up work areas; moves furniture, materials and supplies; picks up and delivers supplies, parts and materials. Operates a variety of standard power tools and equipment used in building maintenance and repair activities on a regular basis. • • Performs preventive maintenance and makes minor repairs to appliances, plumbing, and electrical fixtures; assists in the maintenance and repair and/or replacement of plumbing, heating, ventilation, and electrical fixtures and systems; performs minor wiring, plumbing and carpentry. Replaces fluorescent light and ballasts on ceilings. Perform maintenance of flat roofs. Builds and installs signs, lettering and bulletin boards. Assists in maintenance of playground equipment, benches and rest rooms in parks. • • OTHER JOB DUTIES: • Assists recreation staff in supervision of recreation events and sets up for events. QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Training: High School Diploma, or G.E.D. and two years building maintenance experience; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability, required to perform the job. Licensing and Certification: Valid Washington State Driver's License with a driving record free from serious or frequent violations. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Knowledge of semi-skilled building maintenance and repair practices and procedures. • • • • • Knowledge of standard hand and power tools and equipment used in facilities maintenance activities. Knowledge of safety standards and precautions pertaining to the use of tools and heavy physical labor. Ability to read and follow written and oral instructions. Ability to operate such equipment as hand and power tools in a safe and effective manner. Ability to perform heavy manual labor, including bending, stooping, reaching, and lifting heavy objects. • • Ability to understand oral and written instructions. Physical strength and ability sufficient to meet job requirements for extended periods under uncomfortable conditions in all types of weather. Ability to climb on ladders, to work in confined spaces and to do moderate lifting and moving of furniture. 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. \ ORIGINATION DATE: EEO CATEGORY FLSA STATUS: CLASS CODE: BU: January 1988 Service Maintenance Non-Exempt 22871 ASA