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					CITY OF RENTON CLASS TITLE: FACILITIES TECHNICIAN II (MA-7181)

BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direction of the Facilities Supervisor, perform skilled construction, maintenance, repair and remodeling of City buildings, facilities and equipment; perform duties in a variety of the building maintenance and construction trades including HVAC, telephone, plumbing, electrical, locksmith, carpentry, glazing and mechanical trades; assure buildings are maintained in a safe condition and in compliance with applicable codes; prepare and maintain records related to worked performed. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Incumbents in the Facilities Technician I classification perform semi-skilled to skilled construction, maintenance and repair duties. Facilities Technician II incumbents perform more complex and technical construction, maintenance and repair duties at the skilled level including maintenance of City telephone and HVAC systems. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: *Perform skilled construction, maintenance, repair and remodeling of City buildings, facilities and equipment in a variety of trades including HVAC, telephone, plumbing, electrical, locksmithing, carpentry, sheetrock, glazing and concrete work; assure buildings are maintained in a safe condition and in compliance with applicable codes. *Perform a variety of troubleshooting, analysis and repair of HVAC systems and equipment; assist skilled HVAC technicians with more major system installations and repairs; maintain microprocessor-controlled HVAC systems. *Install, maintain and repair plumbing fixtures and waste disposal systems including plastic, copper and galvanized piping; cut, thread and replace gas and water pipes; install and maintain toilets, urinals, sinks, faucets, drinking fountains, decorative fountains, water heaters and new water lines. *Adjust and perform emergency repairs to plumbing equipment and systems including fixing broken pipes, cleaning plugged drains, draining pipes, replacing washers, faucets and floats, soldering spouts and gutters, cleaning grease traps and flushing or unplugging sewer lines. *Install, troubleshoot and repair electrical and electronic systems, security alarm systems, electronic locks and receptacles, install new wiring, plugs, lights, circuit breakers and panels; run conduit and pull wire; lubricate, adjust and repair electrical equipment. *Install and replace window units, glass, ceramic tile and perform other glazier duties; repair, replace and regrout tile; construct forms and mix, pour and finish concrete; repair or apply new plaster and masonry surfaces.

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*Perform rough and finish carpentry construction and repair; refinish floors, furniture, cabinets and other wood items; install doors, install wall paneling, wall partitions, ceilings and windows; construct and install cabinets and shelves; build walls and hang doors and paneling; install, inspect and repair roofing. *Frame, install, tape, finish and texture sheetrock, drywall and other wall construction materials; remodel office areas; remove, relocate and construct walls. *Repair and adjust heating and air conditioning equipment and controls including gas and electric heating units in building and offices; troubleshoot gas and electric heating system issues requiring corrective action; inpect natural gas lines for leaks; repair or replace heater pumps, motors, belts and filters in heating systems. *Prepare surfaces for painting; mix, blend and apply paint to match or cover walls, ceilings, furniture, cabinets and other interior and exterior surfaces; perform touch-up painting; erect, rig and move scaffolding and platforms. *Install, repair and maintain City locking systems and door hardware; rekey and recombinate locks and build lock cores; repair door locking mechanisms; cut new and replacement keys and maintain related records of keys issued. Maintain and prepare records related to work performed including inventories, phone use, work orders, preventive maintenance, key system records and inspection records. *Operate a variety of equipment, machinery and hand and power tools including pipe cutter and threader, drain auger, hydraulic lift, electric diagnostic equipment, pickups, trencher, gauges, meters, saws, ARC welder and torches, power saws, nail gun and other carpentry tools. Assist in labor and material estimations for projects; purchase supplies and materials on open accounts as needed according to established procedures; explain and assist with needed construction and repair with contractors as assigned. Assist other maintenance personnel as assigned; perform custodial duties as assigned including refinishing gym floors, carpet extraction, moving office furniture, moving and storing surplus equipment and furniture and repairing custodial equipment. Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: • Standard tools, equipment, materials, methods and techniques used in a variety of construction and building maintenance duties and trades.

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Operation and proper maintenance of tools, equipment and machinery used in the building trades including advanced electrical testing equipment. Advanced construction and remodeling methods and techniques. Requirements of maintaining buildings, facilities and equipment in good repair. Preventive maintenance principles and procedures. Applicable building codes, ordinances, fire regulations and safety precautions. Read and interpret schematics, blue prints, sketches and diagrams. Health and safety practices, regulations and procedures. Basic math. Record-keeping techniques. Basic construction trades.

ABILITY TO: Perform a variety of skilled maintenance and repair of City buildings, facilities, HVAC and telephone equipment and sysems. • Read, interpret and apply applicable building codes, ordinances and regulations. • Operate a variety of equipment including a pickup, saws, pipe cutter and threader, welding equipment, electrical gauges and meters, hydraulic lift, roto rooter, locksmith equipment and a variety of hand and power tools. • Estimate adequate amounts of time, labor and materials for project completion. • Work from blueprints, shop drawings and sketches. • Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately. • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. • Maintain records related to work performed. • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. • Meet schedules and time lines. • Work independently with little direction. • Work cooperatively with others. • Lift objects weighing up to 50 pounds. • Understand and follow oral and written directions. • Observe legal and defensive driving practices.
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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school including or supplemented by courses in electrical HVAC and telephone systems and four years of increasingly responsible maintenance and construction experience in a variety of the building trades. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid Washington State driver's license. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in the field and includes extensive physical activity including lifting up to 50 pounds, climbing, bending, walking, standing and work with a variety of hand and power tools. * Denotes an essential function
September 1993