Under general supervision, a general building maintenance technician performs a variety of routine, semi-skilled and skilled maintenance and repair tasks on campus facilities utilizing power and hand tools. Technician is responsible for the maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of general building systems. Duties include routine plumbing repairs such as unplugging toilets and drains, replacing plumbing fixtures, routine electrical repairs such as replacing receptacles, replacing light bulbs, light fixtures, performing routing carpentry work such as installing doors, door hardware, door closers, door stops, cleaning and sealing roofs, gutters, clearing downspouts, making roof repairs, building and installing window screens, installing appliances such as refrigerators and ranges, performing drywall repairs and painting, installing ceiling tile and grid, flooring and floor covering repairs and replacement, and hanging white boards, TV monitors, pictures and bulletin boards. All work completed in accordance with all applicable safety standards. Facilitate periodic preventive maintenance inspections and repairs. Assist in various special event set-ups and breakdown and snow and ice removal during the winter months.
This is for second shift Tuesday through Saturday 2-10:30 PM.
Read and comprehend instructions, write information, and complete simple forms.
High school (or GED) level ability in spelling, grammar, basic composition, and math.
Required licenses, certificates, and /or security clearances:
Lift Certification (Forklift and Scissors Lift)
Required skills, knowledge, abilities:
1 – 3 years of experience in general building or facilities maintenance or in the building trades to perform the duties assigned to this position and skilled in proper and safe use of tools, materials and equipment common to the trade.
Valid Arizona Driver’s License and clean MVD driving record and the ability to operate campus vehicles and equipment in a safe, responsible manner
Must remain awake and alert at all times
Ability to use computer tablet to input work order service details in to the CMMS system
Must be able to lift heavy objects weighing between 50-80 pounds
Climb ladders at 12’ minimum, operate man lift to heights of 30’ and climb extension ladders
Comply with job related OSHA standards
Knowledgeable in the proper operation of equipment, hand tools, power tools related to construction.
Operate small and/or large power driven equipment and tools related to construction
Be able to walk over rough, uneven, rocky surfaces
Be able to work in a variety of weather conditions while performing work.
Must be able to carry a two-way radio and wear earpiece to maintain contact with the Department Administration, to call in and report any problems and to receive messages.