Maintenance Crew Member

TITLE: Maintenance Crew Member - Electro/Mechanical Section
LOCATION: Facilities Bldg. 207
SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Asst. Manager of Building Systems
HOURS: Fall/Spring: 10-20hrs. Per week
Summer: 37 hrs. Per week
Winter Break: 37 hrs. Per week
STARTING SALARY: Group 3
 
 
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Under supervision, will assist trade/level journeymen maintenance personnel in the completion of their duties. The areas of work include: plumbing-both domestic and mechanical systems, electrical, refrigeration, and all types of HVAC-R systems from heating, Hydronics, steam, etc. to V.A.V. systems.
 
GENERAL DEPARTMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Participate in preparation activities for the opening of residence halls, campus recreational facilities buildings, fraternity and sorority buildings.
 
SPECIFIC STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Student workers will perform the following work assignment:
  • Help transport tools and equipment to job sites.
  • Assist mechanics in operating heavy or complex mechanical equipment such as running plumbing snake equipment.
  • Use a variety of hand tools to assist with completion of job assignments, such as screwdrivers; hammers; wrenches, etc.
  • Help/Assist mechanics responding to emergency dormitory utility outages.
  • Assist other community maintenance personnel as needed in completion of general maintenance duties: examples changing light bulbs; rebuilding/repairing minor plumbing fixtures and equipment and minor window repair work.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Mechanical Operational Engineering majors are encouraged to apply.
  • Familiarity with hand tools desirable.
  • Related experience desirable, but not required (will train).
  • Valid drivers license with fewer than six points.
 

Employees in this position are exposed to solvents, adhesives and cleaning products, which can cause irritation to the lungs, eyes or skin when used improperly. It is important to maintain adequate ventilation. Training in the safe use of these products will be provided. Appropriate protection, such as goggles and gloves will be provided and should be used when necessary.

You will also work with power tools and sharp cutting tools. Training on the safe use of all tools will be provided, however, caution should be observed.