Industrial Maint Mech IV
Job no: 515060
Work type: Staff Full-Time
Location: Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Categories: Facilities/Skilled Trades, Veteran's Preference Eligible
Department:63700300 - FS-UTILITIES-CHILLED WATER
Advertised: 09 Nov 2020 Eastern Standard Time
Applications close: 05 Jan 2021 Eastern Standard Time
Industrial Maint Mech IVJob Description:
Responsible for executing assigned maintenance procedures on complex plant system, troubleshooting system issues, and performing equipment repairs and replacements. Work scope includes performing assignments on various plant equipment including pumps, motors, valves, turbines, engines, chillers, boilers, fans, gearboxes, piping and associated plant auxiliary equipment. This includes identifying problems and troubleshooting, correcting deficiencies, performing maintenance procedures, repairing, and replacing equipment.Monitor and inspect equipment, maintain logs, and prepare performance reports for equipment and facilities for senior staff, supervisors, and superintendent review. Coordinate with other facility operation departments, outside contractors, and vendors to ensure assigned work is properly documented and scheduled. Begin and complete NCCER Core Curriculum (if not already completed).Planning, leading, and overseeing maintenance procedures involving other team members. Responsibilities include demonstrating proper work procedures, prioritizing assignments, and ensuring work is completed as required. General shop duties to include cleaning, painting equipment, inventory, and facilities upkeep.Perform related duties as assigned including Operate UF vehicle, requires State of Florida Class E vehicle operator (driver) licenseNORMAL WORK SCHEDULE:Schedule may vary depending on location; typically, 7:00AM- 3:30PMTotal hours per week 40Works emergencies/evenings/weekends/holidays as needed; on-call requiredPosition considered as Essential Personnel as defined by UF PolicyA Criminal background check and Post-offer health assessment will be conductedA COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire will be providedExpected Salary:
$22.50 - $25.50 HourlyMinimum Requirements:
- High school diploma and four (4) years of appropriate experience; appropriate vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience - Currently NCCER Certified Plus in trade or pass NCCER knowledge verification. Complete CORE and a trade specific Critical Task Assessment within 6 months.Preferred Qualifications:
KNOWLEDGE- Knowledge of the principles and techniques of the skilled building trades or mechanical repair work- Knowledge of safety procedures for maintenance and repair workSKILLS- Skilled in soldering refrigerant and water piping/tubing- Skilled in using tools and equipment in maintenance and repair workABILITIES- Ability to perform a variety of skilled trades functions- Ability to read blueprints- Ability to install, maintain, and repair electric motors, generators, and mechanical equipment- Ability to take accurate measurements- Ability to follow verbal and written instructions- Ability to and to use test, measurement, and control instrumentation- Ability to read a service request- Ability to recognize the proper materials and equipment to be used for a specific job and make change (as necessary)PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS- Ability to walk to customer/trouble locations- Ability to move or lift weights, such as ladders, tools, and equipment, weighing up to 100 pounds with assistance- Ability to climb- Ability to reach above shoulders frequently- Ability to kneel frequently- Ability to bend frequently- Ability to pull and push frequentlySpecial Instructions to Applicants:
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
Multiple vacancies will be filled from this posting.
Posting has been extended.Health Assessment Required: