his recruitment will establish an Eligibility List to fill one (1) vacancy in the Maintenance Division. This position may be filled at the Maintenance Mechanic I or II level based on qualifications and operational needs.
Maintenance Mechanic I- $6,636.54 - $8,288.13 per month (Level: OM 134-00)
Maintenance Mechanic II- $7,300.22 - $9,116.98 per month (Level: OM 142-00)
The Maintenance Mechanic performs mechanical equipment servicing and repair work on District wastewater treatment, recycled water, and resource recovery facilities and systems.
Primary Job Duties
System Equipment Repair and Replacement: As assigned, assists in monitoring the continuing operations of critical engines and pumps central to powering water delivery or wastewater treatment plant processes; assures all backup systems are maintained and equipment related to providing essential power sources remain in operating condition at all times. Disassembles, tunes, cleans, repairs and replaces damaged or worn parts, overhauls, reassembles, reinstalls and returns to full operating condition all equipment and materials integral to system operations. Assembles and installs new components, sets up and integrates into existing system operations. Assists electrical and instrumentation workers disassemble, install and reassemble system equipment during instrumentation repair projects. Updates work order system for completed work, adds repair information to equipment records, and updates and adds equipment information to the computer maintenance program.
Heavy Equipment, Vehicles and Tools: Operates and changes oil, filters, belts, bulbs, fuses and tires; washes and cleans, lubricates, replaces worn parts and repairs malfunctioning components on heavy equipment, trucks and vehicles. Overhauls, repairs and replaces engines, brakes, transmissions, suspension, cooling and fuel systems. Operates, services, maintains and repairs hand and power tools used in mechanical, facility, building and ground maintenance activities. Updates service records and/or required certification. Adds repair information to equipment and work completed records.
Equipment and Facilities Maintenance: Removes dirt and grease; changes oil, filters, bulbs, fuses, belts and batteries; lubricates, adjusts and calibrates water and wastewater system meters, gauges, control mechanisms, pumps, valves, engines, motors, boilers, heat exchangers, blades, lifters, chemical feed systems, pipes and underground installations. Inspects and identifies current condition of parts and operations. Cleans, washes, services, maintains, repairs,prepares surfaces and paints storage tanks, pipe lines, plant and pump station equipment, structures, machinery, and related buildings, lots, sheds and grounds. Services, repairs and replaces building heating, cooling and plumbing systems; doors, locks, ceilings, floors and walls. Assesses equipment and facility service needs and potential for malfunction. Adds service information and requests to equipment and facility records.
OTHER ASSIGNED DUTIES
General Operations: May perform welding, cutting, burning, brazing, and fabrication as needed. Participates in the general housekeeping and administrative record keeping operations of the maintenance section. Provides necessary training for Maintenance Department trainees. Assists maintenance and inventory personnel in assigned work and projects. Assumes responsibility for covering a part of the work assignments of other maintenance and inventory workers during short absences. Participates in teams engaged with process and customer service improvements, cross-training, and team evaluations.
Deadline: Aug 19, 2020