Temporary Utility Engineer (5 positions)

San Francisco, San Francisco County
Apr 25, 2014

Temporary Utility Engineer (5 positions)

University of San Francisco

Department: Facilities Management

Job Type: Temporary

Job Summary:

Temporary 89 day position generally working on a fast-paced crew doing maintenance and repairs in residence hall rooms, but may be given other assignments as needed by supervisor.

Job Responsibilities:

The duties of the Utility Engineer shall be as follows:

Repair desk lamps; replace ceiling lights and clean diffusers; repair or replace towel racks, mirrors, coat hooks, drawer pulls, closet hardware, etc.; Repair or replace drapery hardware; clean sink drain traps; do preventative maintenance on door closers, window hinges and handles (i.e. clean and lube); change filters on air-handling units; general cleaning of mechanical equipment and boiler rooms; assist engineers or carpenters where needed (i.e. holding ladders or scaffolds, help in handling materials such as sheet rock or paneling, pipe length, etc.); reset circuit breakers, perform minor electrical repairs as long as amps are 30 amps or less and / or voltage is 200v or less; Utility Engineers will not replace or be assigned to replace ballasts; clear stoppages from water closets, urinals and tub drains – without use of power tools; assemble pre-made furniture; other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:

Must possess the necessary physical and mental requirements to safely and efficiently perform the duties of the job. Available for any shift.

Other Responsibilities:

Ability to safely lift 50 lbs; clean driving record and valid license. Experience and ability to perform variety of mechanical tasks preferred.

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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