As a Building Maintenance Technician, you will inspect, maintain, repair, and replace building furniture and electrical systems. You might work with access control systems, building heating and a/c system. You'll need to be mechanically inclined, enjoy working with your hands and be a good troubleshooter to perform this job well. This is a position where overtime is often available if is necessary.
Maintenance Worker Job Responsibilities:
- Perform minor and major repair of all buildings
- Respond to emergency maintenance requests as required.
- Perform electrical, plumbing, carpentry, locksmithing and painting work to maintain municipal buildings.
- Move and relocate office furniture; make adjustments to desks, chairs and files.
- Oversee parking lot light program; install and repair lamps, ballasts and covers.
- Perform electrical, plumbing, carpentry, locksmithing and painting work to maintain facility buildings.
- Performs routine electrical work; installs and replaces light fixtures, ballasts and fluorescent lighting; checks breakers, plugs, switches, fixtures and wires for appropriate operations; provides assistance in pulling wires for electrical repairs as needed.
- Installs, repairs and maintains a variety of plumbing fixtures including, sinks, toilets, faucets, and related equipment.
- Performs drywall installation and repairs damaged drywall; measures and cuts drywall according to established specifications; finishes joints with proper compounds and tape; sands surfaces in preparation for texturing and painting.
- Participates in the installation and repair of roofs using nail guns and other appropriate hand and power tools; troubleshoots leaks and repairs minor roofing damage using industry accepted materials and procedures.
- Operates a variety of hand, power and shop tools used in the course of building construction, woodworking, and building maintenance such as power drills, saws, drill presses, joiners and planers.
- Masks, sandblasts, brushes and chemically prepares surfaces for painting; operates spray equipment and uses manual tools to paint interior and exterior surfaces, equipment and facilities; prepares and applies bonding materials such as epoxy.
- Inspects assigned facilities for compliance with safety standards; performs repairs as necessary to ensure compliance.
- Accrual Paid Time Off at the rate of 20 days per year
- Employer-paid health insurance effective the 1st of the month after 60 days of employment with an employee contribution
- 12 paid holidays
- Term Life Insurance coverage in an amount equal to one and one-half times your annual salary; maximum benefit of $200,000
- 403b retirement plan
- Long-term disability insurance
- Short-term disability insurance