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Building Maintenance Worker I/II - Facilities Management Job Post

Job Type: full time

Location: CA

Role: Maintenance and Cleaning
Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/carlsbad/jobs/3506347/building-maintenance-worker-i-ii

Description: OPENING DATE: 04/21/22



CLOSING DATE: 05/12/22 05:00 PM



THE POSITION:

**A World Class City is Seeking World Class Talent**

Carlsbad The Community:

The City of Carlsbad is ideally situated in north San Diego County where a great climate, beautiful beaches and lagoons, and abundant natural open space combine with world-class resorts, family attractions, well planned neighborhoods, excellent schools, and a charming village atmosphere to create the ideal California experience. Covering nearly 40 square miles, the City of Carlsbad is currently home to about 115,000 residents. Thanks to an award-winning growth management plan, the city`s infrastructure and services keep pace with development and promote an excellent quality of life.

The Public Works Department:

Taking good care of city facilities, streets, drinking water, recycled water, the wastewater system, traffic, engineering, construction, and environmental management are some of the ways the City of Carlsbad maintains a quality community. These areas of services are often referred to as ``Public Works``. To learn more please visit: City of Carlsbad - Public Works Department

The Position:

Building Maintenance Worker I: Perform a variety of unskilled to skilled tasks involved in the maintenance and repair of City buildings and facilities. This is the entry level class into the Building Maintenance series. This position reports to the Building Maintenance Supervisor.

Building Maintenance Worker II: Perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks involved in the maintenance or repair of City buildings and facilities; to assist in the training/direction of other employees in the performance of maintenance or repair tasks. This position reports to the Building Maintenance Supervisor.

Salary:

Building Maintenance Worker I: $21.82 - $28.53

Building Maintenance Worker II: $24.58 - $32.15

Recruitment Schedule:

If selected to move forward, the next step in the recruitment process will be a written exam. Candidates invited to the written exam may be expected to be present at the City of Carlsbad facility to take the test, dependent upon protocols at that time. Candidates must receive a passing score on the written exam to be considered for the oral panel interview. Candidates selected to move forward to the panel interviews will be notified soon after the written test.



KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Building Maintenance Worker I

Perform routine maintenance of electrical systems and equipment, and assist in semi-skilled to skilled tasks; replace fixtures, switches, ballasts, fluorescent tubes, and bulbs.

Assist in the performance of rough in, top out, and finish plumbing to replace broken pipes; clean plugged drains; perform routine maintenance on valves, fittings, and other fixtures; assist in the installation of new plumbing fixtures.

Assist in the maintenance and repair of mechanical systems including boilers, air conditioning, heating, and related mechanical equipment, including motors, compression, and pumps; inspect/replace belts and pulleys; perform preventative maintenance; calibrate thermostats; charge cooling systems with freon; assist in the maintenance of related electrical components, electric and pneumatic controls; may perform welding in the completion of assigned tasks.

Repair/install/re-key locks; install/repair doors and door hardware; repair/replace windows.

Perform minor repairs to interior and exterior building surfaces, including ceilings, walls, flooring, and roofing.

Prepare surfaces for painting; apply paint, varnish, shellac, enamel, or other protective finishes to various surfaces.

Move furniture or other heavy objects to set up City functions, or as necessary to perform assigned tasks.

Maintain records of supplies, materials, equipment, and time spent on repairs.

According to established procedure, purchase materials, equipment, and supplies necessary to complete a maintenance or repair task.

Respond to emergency maintenance or repair calls.

Building Maintenance Worker II

Diagnose, maintain, and perform minor repairs to electrical systems and equipment; replace ballasts, fixtures; install and repair electrical wiring and lighting circuits in connection with the repair or alteration of buildings and facilities; troubleshoot and diagnose electrical malfunctions making appropriate repairs, or referring job to Supervisor for contract service.

Perform rough in, top out, and finish plumbing to replace broken pipes; clean plugged drains; perform routine maintenance on vanes, fittings, and other fixtures; install new plumbing fixtures.

Diagnoses, repairs, and maintains low-pressure boilers, heating, air conditioning, and related equipment, including such items as air handlers, small motors and engines, compressors, pumps, and valves; inspects and repairs related electrical components, electric and pneumatic controls.

Install or repair doors, windows, locks, or related hardware; perform minor repairs to ceilings, walls, roofing, or flooring; may perform welding in the completion of assigned tasks.

Moves furniture or other heavy objects to set up City functions, or as necessary to perform assigned tasks.

As assigned, provide liaison to contractors/representatives in the performance of contract repair work; inspect completed job and ensure that repairs are consistent with contract requirements; prepare specifications for contract repair work and review related invoices for payment as assigned.

Prepare surfaces for painting; apply paint, varnish, shellac, enamel, or other protective finishes to various surfaces.

As assigned, provide instruction and guidance to others in the performance of maintenance and repair tasks.

Maintain records of supplies, materials, equipment, and time spent on repairs.

Respond to emergency maintenance or repair calls. According to established procedure, purchase materials, equipment, and supplies necessary to complete a maintenance or repair task.



QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform a job in this classification, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties as generally described in the specification. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties in a specific job. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Building Maintenance Worker I

Use and care of standard hand and power tools and equipment used in building and facility maintenance and repair.

Learn to perform building and facility maintenance tasks. Work effectively and safely, independently or with others.

Maintain routine records.

Understand and follow verbal and written directions.

Building Maintenance Worker II

Knowledge of:

Materials, tools, and methods used in general building and facilities repair and maintenance.

Ability to:

Perform plumbing, electrical, and mechanical repair work.

Work effectively and safely, independently or with others.

Maintain routine records.

Accurately calculate or estimate costs.

Instruct and provide guidance to others in the completion of assignments.

Understand and follow verbal and written directions.

Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.



EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION:

Building Maintenance Worker I

One year experience performing semi-skilled and skilled tasks in one or more of the major building trades.

Building Maintenance Worker II

Two years experience performing duties similar to those assigned to the Building Maintenance Worker I classification.

Building Maintenance Worker I/II

Possession of or ability to obtain an appropriate California Driver`s License, and a satisfactory driving record. May be required to work after hours and weekends and serve on an emergency call list.
Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/carlsbad/jobs/3506347/building-maintenance-worker-i-ii






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