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Facilities Maintenance Tech

Responsibilities:

  • Carpentry: Builds, repairs, paint, alters, and installs wooden articles and structures. Constructs and installs window frames, door frames, inside walls, floors, ceilings, closets, counters, shelves, casing, wood foundations, and similar structures. Plans and lays out work from blueprints, drawings and verbal instructions. Determines work sequence, materials and tools to be used. Measures and cuts materials to required lengths. Uses hand and portable power tools of the carpentry trade, shop woodworking equipment and standard measuring instruments such as rulers, carpenter's square and levels.
  • Electrical: Ability to locate, trace circuit panels and reset breakers as necessary. Re- lamp light fixtures and replace ballasts as necessary. Uses specialized measuring instruments such as voltmeters, amp meters, and, ohmmeters.
  • Plumbing: Assembles, installs, and repairs various plumbing fixtures (i. e. sinks, toilets, faucets, etc.). Uses hand and power tools of the plumbing trade.
  • HVAC: Possess working knowledge of basic sequence of operations for mechanical systems such as chill water, hot water, heat pump, air handling units, and condensing/evaporator units. Ability to locate source and determine cause of malfunctions.
  • Perform project site visits and prepare scopes of work as required. Select the appropriate tools, equipment, and materials needed at the worksite and determine extent of work to be done.
  • Prepare project cost and quantity estimates. Prepare orders for material, tools, and tool consumable items required to accomplish assignments.
  • Receive, pick up, store, and maintain project material, tools, and tool consumable items.
  • Maintain an organized workshop.
  • Maintain project records and data.
  • Perform facility inspections to identify deficiencies.
  • Perform occasional grounds keeping, snow removal, and carpet cleaning tasks.
  • Perform minor painting and drywall repair projects.
  • Perform furniture movement, assembly, and/or disassembly tasks.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of DoD facilities maintenance experience is a plus.
  • Prior military experience in supply and facilities maintenance desired.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a government Secret Clearance.



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