STATE CLASSIFICATION JOB DESCRIPTION


Salary Group A11

Class No. 9043

MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST III

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Performs complex (journey-level) building maintenance and construction work. Work involves maintaining and repairing buildings, utility systems, and stationary equipment; operating motorized equipment; requisitioning material and supplies; and maintaining records. May train others.  Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED

Performs maintenance, construction, and repair work such as plumbing, painting, electrical, mechanical, heating ventilation, air conditioning, or refrigeration.

Performs carpentry work such as the installation, alteration, repair, and maintenance of buildings, doors, windows, wood fixtures, and furniture.

Performs gas and electric work such as welding, brazing, and soldering on ferrous and non-ferrous metals to repair, maintain, or fabricate parts and equipment.

Performs inspections of equipment, operating machinery, systems, and building accessories and appliances to ensure proper maintenance and repair.

Identifies mechanical problems and determines how to fix the problems.

Repairs electronic equipment and fabricates parts for repairs.

Calculates material and labor costs and orders parts and supplies.

Operates and maintains motorized vehicles and equipment.

Maintains and repairs electrical outlets, control panels, switches, fixtures, and accessories; replaces and reseats brushes on motors; and splices wires and cables.

Maintains records on work orders or projects.

May assist in assembling, installing, repairing, and maintaining modular furniture systems.

May assist licensed aircraft mechanics in providing aircraft support services.

May operate fire-fighting or life-saving equipment as required.

May train others.

Performs related work as assigned.

GENERAL QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES

Experience and Education

Experience in construction, maintenance, and repair work.  Graduation from a standard senior high school or equivalent, supplemented by vocational training in a designated trade, is generally preferred.  Experience and education may be substituted for one another. 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Knowledge of the construction, repair, maintenance, and operation of buildings, equipment, and utility systems; of building materials; of welding procedures and techniques; and of fire and safety regulations.

Skill in selecting appropriate tools and equipment and in troubleshooting situations to determine appropriate actions to resolve problems.  

Ability to follow instructions; to work from drawings, diagrams, or blueprints; to estimate materials; to apply proper methods, techniques, and procedures in the maintenance and repair of buildings and equipment; to communicate effectively; and to train others.


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Revised 9-1-15