Class Code: L9338
Class Range: 16
Class Status: Active
Employer: State of Alaska only
|04/24/2008 11:47 AM by mpalmateer|
|Scope: State of Alaska only|
|Type: Legislative Branch|| Viewable by the public|
|Class Title:|| Maintenance Mechanic ||Class Range:|| 16|
|Class Code: ||L9338||AKPAY Code:|
|Class Status:||Active||Use MJR Form:|| Standard|
|Class Outline Category:||not applicable||Group:||not applicable|
|EEO4:||G - Skilled Craft Workers||Family:||not applicable|
|SOC:||47-4099 - Construction and Related Workers, All Other||State/Local:||07 - Skilled Craft|
|Original Date:||04/24/2008||Census EEO:||676|
|Original Comments:||Exempt job class added to Workplace Alaska for recruitment purposes.||Override Local AA Regions:||[this feature not enabled yet]|
No Override of Local AA Region
|Last Update Comments:||Last Update (mm/dd/yyyy):|
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|12/21/2010 - Workplace AK spec revision: Reviewed and corrected crosswalk codes.|
This is a fully exempt job class under AS 39.25.110(3). Under direct supervision of the Building Manager, the Maintenance Mechanic has responsibility for maintaining and repairing the heating, pneumatic and ventilation systems in the State Capitol Building, the Terry Miller Legislative Office Building, and the Capitol Annex Building.
Examples of Duties:
Performs preventive maintenance, monitoring activities and repair on equipment such as boilers, numerous pumps, pneumatic and hydraulic valves, cabinet unit heaters, exhaust fans, heat recovery units, air handlers, refrigeration and air conditioning units, steam systems and HVAC systems. Maintains boiler water treatments and keeps a detailed record.
Records meter and gauge readings, cleans filters and oils motors. Replaces belts, filters, switches, gauges and motors. Repairs and replaces switches, controls, motors and generators.
Uses circuit testers and volt and amp meters.
Responds to fire alarms and fire alarm trouble. Schedules routine maintenance and inspections of emergency equipment such as generators and sprinkler system.
Maintains supply, work and maintenance records. Uses the State vehicle to purchase and pick-up supplies.
Makes sure the boiler rooms are clean and safe working areas.
Coordinates with Building Manager work to be done in the buildings with other contractors and repairmen.
Assumes the duties of the Maintenance Foreman during his absence.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of the operation, maintenance, and repair of boilers and pressure vessels.
Considerable knowledge of mechanical engineering principles and practices associated with boilers and pressure vessels.
Considerable knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and codes.
Thorough knowledge of heating and cooling systems, plumbing, and electrical systems.
Ability to troubleshoot problems with the various systems and repair or contact appropriate service person and explain problem in specific detail.
Ability to read and understand technical manuals and apply to appropriate task.
Ability to detect and correct unsafe conditions.
Knowledge of computer operations and software.
Working knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions associated with the mechanical and building trades.
Knowledge of personnel management.
Ability to meet with service contractors and vendors regarding scope of work to be performed.
Ability to estimate time, material and equipment necessary for construction, maintenance and repair jobs.
Ability to interpret and work from sketches, blueprints and layouts.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
Ability to keep records and make reports.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with legislators, legislative staff, the general public and others.
Ability to write and speak clearly, concisely and in a well-organized manner.
Ability to act professionally, objectively and impartially in dealing with legislators and public.
Ability to work independently.
A valid driver’s license and a high school diploma or the equivalent.
Post secondary training in an accredited vocational-training school in one of the building, mechanical or electrical trades with an emphasis on boiler maintenance
A valid driver's license and a high school diploma or the equivalent.
At least three years of semi-skilled experience in building and plant maintenance work.
Required Job Qualifications:
(The special note is to be used to explain any additional information an applicant might need in order to understand or answer questions about the minimum qualifications.)
This is a fully exempt job class under AS 39.25.110(3), and exempt from the requirements of the State Personnel Act. Legislative policy requires the incumbent to remain politically neutral.
This position is not covered by the terms of a collective bargaining agreement.
The following equipment is used on the job: various testing equipment, Boiler Tube, Cleaning Machine, Computer, various power and hand tools.
Minimum Qualification Questions: