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  • Plumber I/II
    Facilities Maintenance Zone 2
    Auburn University

    Job Summary
    Level I:
    Under close supervision, provides basic level skills and expertise to maintain, install, and replace plumbing pipes, fittings, and fixtures within campus facilities and infrastructure according to the National Plumbing Code.

    Level II:
    Under general supervision, provides journeyman level skills and expertise to maintain, install, and replace plumbing pipes, fittings, and fixtures within campus facilities and infrastructure according to the National Plumbing Code.

    Essential Functions
    Level I:
    Repairs and maintains internal building plumbing systems as well as associated sanitary sewer drains. Fixes routine problems involving drains, toilets, urinals, sinks, faucets, fixtures, valves, and domestic water supply piping. Installs plumbing piping, fittings, fixtures, valves, and other related appliances according to the National Plumbing Code as part of a project work crew or repair team. Assists in the repairs of water distribution piping and sanitary sewer piping. Performs preventative maintenance on building plumbing systems including drains, strainers, and valves. May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel”. May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an oncall period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within fortyfive minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.

    Level II:
    Repairs, installs, and replaces water and sanitary sewer piping, fittings, fixtures (sinks, faucets, toilets, urinals, etc.), valves, pumps, strainers, backflow preventers, boilers, hot water heaters, and water supply lines to equipment and appliances interior to campus buildings. Repairs, installs, and replaces exterior water distribution and storm sewer lines and related infrastructure across campus. Works on project crews executing large and complex new plumbing installation or replacement projects of building plumbing systems. Leads small project crews. Troubleshoots and leads routine and non-routine emergency repairs on exterior water distribution and storm drainage systems as well as interior building plumbing and gas systems. May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel”. May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an oncall period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within fortyfive minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.
 


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