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Facility Maintenance Technician – Full time with Benefits

Published on May 6, 2021

Department(s): Public Utilities

Location: Pittsburg, KS

1. The Facility Maintenance Technician I works under general supervision in performing facility maintenance tasks. Maintains and repairs city buildings, facilities, structures, assets and equipment; performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance work involving painting, plumbing, carpentry, locksmithing, minor electrical, and HVAC.
2. Reports to the Facility Maintenance Supervisor
3. The primary duties of work are performed outdoors and may include working in adverse weather conditions.
4. Work may involve 24-hour availability during emergency situations. This will include overtime and call back situations as required
5. Work in confined spaces and trench excavations as required
6. Works at heights as required
7. The job position summary, duties and responsibilities are not intended to be, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills or competencies with this job. Performs other duties as assigned. This position will provide mentoring to the Operator I and Apprentice positions.

Pay range is between $15-$23/hour depending on experience.

For a complete listing of duties and competencies, please click the job description link below.


Qualifications

1. High school graduation or equivalent and 3 years of relevant work experience.
2. Kansas Commercial Driver’s License Class A.
a. Air Brake Endorsement
b. Tanker Endorsement
c. Automatic Transmission
d. Standard Transmission – May be optionally required.
3. OSHA – 10 Hour
4. Required Certifications (Journey Certifications in lieu of)
a. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Core Curriculum
b. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Plumbing Level 1
c. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: HVAC Level 1
d. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Electrical Level 1
5. Continuing Education Opportunities
a. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Carpentry Level 1
b. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Plumbing Level 2
c. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: HVAC Level 2
d. Certificate of Completion from the National Center for Construction Education & Research: Electrical Level 2
6. Basic Competencies using Micro-soft products such as office, word, and excel.
7. Ability to enter and process work order data in asset management system.
8. Ability to utilize smart phones, tablets, and computers for communicating, corresponding, and processing of work orders.
9. Ability to read and interpret design drawing and specifications including: plan & profile drawings, elevations, contours, navigate to drawing details, schematics, review specifications for city standard conformance.