Facilities Maintenance Worker II
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Facilities Maintenance Worker II
Job Classifications
City of Foster City
Estero Municipal Improvement District
Job Specification
DEFINITION:
Under direction performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance and repair work on municipal buildings, facilities and equipment; performs related work as assigned.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS, FEATURES, REQUIREMENTS:
Positions in this class are assigned a variety of tasks related to facilities maintenance and repair. Facilities Maintenance Worker I is the semi-skilled class requiring only a basic working knowledge of the building trades related to facilities maintenance and repair. This classification is associated with the general upkeep and maintenance of recreational facilities. The Maintenance Worker II classification requires a working knowledge of a variety of building trades including HVAC, carpentry and electrical maintenance as they relate to the upgrade, maintenance and repair of municipal facilities. The Facilities Maintenance Worker classification series is alternately staffed and promotion to the Maintenance II level may occur only if a vacancy exists.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED AND RECEIVED:
Receives supervision and direction from the Recreation Superintendents. Maintenance II responsibilities may include some technical or functional lead supervision and assistance depending on project and skill level of assigned staff in a specific discipline.
IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
The duties and responsibilities listed below are illustrative only and are not meant to be a full and exhaustive listing of all of the duties and responsibilities of the classification.

Performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled plumbing, carpentry, painting and electrical activities associated with the maintenance and repair of City facilities.

Installs, maintains, and repairs plumbing systems and a variety of plumbing fixtures such as faucets, sinks, toilets and water heaters.

Performs carpentry on City buildings; makes repairs to tile and carpet as necessary; makes repairs on doors, windows, floors, gates, roofs, and ceilings; repairs, installs, and constructs furniture, shelves, cabinets, countertops, and other wood equipment and fixtures including platforms and temporary staging.

Paints City facilities and equipment; prepares surfaces for painting; applies paint to building interiors, fixtures, equipment or exterior; strip, paint or stain cabinets, doors, and woodwork.

Performs a variety electrical repair and maintenance tasks involving City facilities; repairs, replaces, and maintains electrical wiring, fuses, switches, motors, generators, lighting systems, and other electrical fixtures and equipment; installs conduits, wires, pull boxes, and switches required in making additions, extensions, or alterations in electrical systems; identifies damaged or worn electrical components and takes corrective action as assigned.

Performs general building maintenance duties as required; sets up and takes down of facilities in support of the facilities rental program; cleans facilities as required including bathrooms, kitchens and floors; services, inspects and performs minor repairs of electrical and HVAC systems and motorized equipment.

Maintains records of activities including preventative maintenance services and service requests.

Operates a variety of hand and power tools; works with a variety of chemicals including cleaning products, solvents, glues, etc.

Work cooperatively and effectively with contractors, the public and co-workers.

Performs related work as required.

Physical Tasks:
Performs a variety of physical tasks associated with the work of a Facilities Maintenance Worker including sitting, standing with movement, walking, bending/stooping, crawling, climbing, reaching above shoulder, reaching below shoulder, reaching at shoulder, crouching, kneeling, lifting, carrying and pushing and pulling; repetitive hand and foot motion; hearing and vision abilities in accordance with the physical task analysis.

Mental Tasks:
Performs a variety of mental tasks associated with the work of a Facilities Maintenance Worker including reading; writing; math; detail orientation; working at a consistent pace; repetitious tasks; decision-making; meeting deadlines; reporting to supervisor(s); working around/with other staff; working alone; working with the public in accordance with the physical task analysis.

Exposures:
Performs a variety of tasks associated with the work of a Facilities Maintenance Worker in conditions that include work inside; work outside; wet; humid; noise/environment; vibration into hands; chemicals; blood/body fluids; fumes; odors; dust; poor ventilation; moving objects; high elevations; slippery surfaces; safety equipment; special clothing; carpeted floors; linoleum floors or cement; cold (less than 50°); heat (greater than 90°); temperature change in accordance with the physical task analysis.
JOB-RELATED QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of:  Facilities Maintenance Worker I
Knowledge of: Common tools and materials used in building and public facility maintenance; basic operation of electrical pumps and motors; modern construction, repair and maintenance procedures; safe work practices and policies; standard practices, methods, materials and equipment used in facilities maintenance; occupational hazards and safe work practices associated with the work; operation and application of a variety of tools and equipment associated with the work.

Facilities Maintenance Worker II
In addition to the requirements above, the Facilities Maintenance Worker II requires:
Knowledge of: building and construction trade relative to facility and equipment maintenance and repair including plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting and locksmith.
Skill in:  Performing required maintenance and repair of facilities and equipment; operating vehicles, tools and equipment in a safe manner; assessing facility and equipment problems and performing or recommending appropriate solutions and/or repairs; making arithmetical calculations, measurements and material and equipment requirements as required to service and/or repair facilities or equipment; accurately and legibly complete routine forms and reports.
Ability to:  Perform janitorial and custodian services in a multi-use facility environment; operate light motorized equipment, hand and power tools skillfully and safely; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; work from sketches and drawings; operate modern communication devices and office equipment including cell phone, radio, and personal computer; work independently; understand and follow oral and written instructions; learn and retain specific and general information concerning, facilities, equipment, functions, and projects; work effectively with others encountered in the course of work.
Facilities Maintenance Worker II
In addition to the requirements above, the Facilities Maintenance Worker II requires:
Ability to: perform semi-skilled to skilled level maintenance and repair work in a variety of trade disciplines including plumbing, electrical, painting and carpentry; read plans and schematics and use repair and maintenance manuals.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING GUIDELINES:
Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way would be:
Education:  Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in maintenance, construction, or facilities maintenance.
Experience:  Facilities Maintenance Worker I -- One year of full time experience in general maintenance, construction, or facilities maintenance. Facilities Maintenance Worker II – Two years of full time experience in Facilities maintenance and construction work involving a wide range of systems and related equipment.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Both classifications require incumbents to possess the ability to perform the physical requirements of the job as documented in the physical task analysis.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATION:
Licenses:  Possession of a valid California Class "C" Driver's License and continually meet requirements to maintain license and a good driving record.
SALARY:  $5,038 - $6,124 per month

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