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The Maintenance Mechanic III supports the operations of a 24-7 building maintenance and response team coverage and emergency response. S/he works on A/C, heating, and ventilation repairs, plumbing equipment with associated leaks and floods, and electrical repairs - for example, fire alarms, lock outs, and electrical outages. Reporting to the General Foreman, the Maintenance Mechanic II has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Performs technical trades work to maintain heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment.
Assists other trade shops with basic electrical and plumbing system maintenance and repair work.
Completes repairs /maintenance of HVAC and refrigeration systems and components in accordance with DDC control logic.
Inspects, adjusts, calibrates and installs pneumatic and mechanical devices, using associated test instruments and diagnostic tools.
Maintains working order of the pneumatic air compressor, air lines, actuators, dampers, valves, thermostats, end devices, and pneumatic-electronic (PE) switches.
Performs master mechanic level maintenance and repairs in accordance with industry/trade practices.
Provides daily maintenance support on assigned shift to building users, responding to calls for service, and completing scheduled preventive maintenance inspections and work orders.
Performs scheduled preventive maintenance and unscheduled or special work such as overhauls, repairs, replacements, surveys, and similar projects.
Uses all standard tools, equipment, materials, and supplies of the trade.
Observes all safety rules, regulations, and precautions in performing all duties.
High school diploma or certified equivalency
At least 4 years (preferably 5 years) of experience performing building maintenance work utilizing advanced electrical, plumbing and HVAC /refrigeration skill
Licensed in at least one trade - preference for designation as a Master mechanic, journeyman plumber, or journeyman electrician
Certified completion of apprenticeship or four years of equivalent training in the heating/ventilating and air conditioning and refrigeration, plumbing or electrical trade
Knowledge of building automation systems - specifically, DDC system and computer controls - and a good working knowledge of pneumatic controls
Experienced and knowledgeable in building automation controls with strong background in Direct Digital Control systems (DDC)
Possession of a valid driver license, and if hired, to become a University-authorized driver.
Fluency in reading, writing, and conversing in English
Ability to often lift and carry minimum items of 50 pounds and more, as well as to walk, climb stairs; to work on scaffolds, lifts and ladders more than 12 feet in length; to bend and crouch, and to reach and pull to work on equipment; and to use hands, arms, and legs in using the tools and materials of the trade
Ability to report to work during inclement weather at the regularly scheduled time, regardless of whether the University is closed, opening late, or closing early
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