Maintenance Mechanic III
Maintenance Mechanic III
The Maintenance Mechanic supports the operations of a 24 hour a day 7 day a week building maintenance and response team to provide coverage and emergency response. S/he Performs work on A/C and heating repairs, ventilating and pumping equipment; repair and troubleshoot all plumbing repairs (e.g., fire alarms, lock outs electrical outages, water main breaks, building floods. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Performs technical trades work to maintain heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment as part of the services provided by the facilities management department to maintain university buildings.
- Assists other trade shops in Facilities Operations Division with basic electrical and plumbing system maintenance and repair work. Must be experienced and knowledgeable in building automation controls with strong background in Direct Digital Control systems (DDC).
- Responsible for all repairs /maintenance of HVAC and refrigeration systems and components, and ability to read and comprehend DDC control logic.
- Inspects, adjusts, calibrates and installs pneumatic and mechanical devices. Must have knowledge and experience with using associated test instruments and diagnostic tools.
- Generally responsible for the pneumatic air compressor, air lines, actuators, dampers, valves, thermostats, end devises, pneumatic-electronic (PE) switches, and so forth.
- Performs master mechanic level maintenance and repairs in accordance with industry/trade practices.
- Provides daily maintenance support to building users to respond to calls for service, make scheduled preventive maintenance inspections and similar service.
- Performs scheduled preventive maintenance and unscheduled or special work such as overhauls, replacements, surveys and similar projects. Individual uses all standard tools, equipment, materials and supplies of the trade and observes all safety rules, regulations and precautions in performing all duties.
- Completion of apprenticeship or equivalent training in the stationary engineer trade
- Possession of an appropriate stationary engineer's license for the facility assigned. DC 1st Class Engineer's License
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