Travels throughout District transporting materials/equipment in order to complete advanced preventative maintenance, inspections, repairs & installations: inspects, installs, maintains & repairs electrical wiring systems, fixtures, controls & equipment (e.g., motors; appliances; fans; transformers; heating & cooling equipment; bio safety fume hoods; laboratory equipment; roof top unit exhaust fans; fire & other alarm systems; elevators & switches; installs & replaces lighting fixtures, light bulbs, ballasts, switches & fuses); installs, modifies & repairs new & existing plumbing (e.g., unclogs commodes, sinks & sewage lines; replaces traps, valves & thermostats; maintains building facilities & equipment; checks pipes, plumbing & fixtures for signs of corrosion &/or checks & lubricates pumps & valves & changes filters); performs routine maintenance for back flow prevention systems & specialized plumbing (e.g., RO piping & acid resistant piping), operates polypropylene welder for RO water; performs minor repairs & routine preventative maintenance to HVAC & mechanical room equipment, security & life-safety systems & sustainable/green building technology systems (e.g., changes belts, fluids filters & lubricates equipment); operates, resets & monitors direct-digital automation controls for HVAC & mechanical equipment systems, & sustainable/green building technology systems; performs repairs to HVAC & mechanical room equipment, inspects boilers (e.g., cleans & repairs tubes; replaces gaskets; cleans scale & soot from boilers; inspects grates & combustion control equipment); operates low-pressure boilers, checks equipment for proper functioning & cleans & maintains boilers & related equipment (e.g., feed water waters; oil pumps; electric motors; turbines; air compressors; water regulators; gear boxes; fans; water softeners). Performs rough & finished carpentry work to construct, repair & install wood products (e.g., cabinets; counter tops; play equipment; doors; shelves & bulletin boards); performs & inspects building maintenance repairs & alterations (e.g., remodels offices; builds partitions; repairs roofs, ceilings, stairs & floors); fabricates, repairs & installs door framing, casings, locks, keys & windows; replaces screen & window glass; installs window air conditioners & door closures; reads blueprints. Performs other miscellaneous support duties (e.g., assists other trade workers; makes minor repairs on steam lines; digs ditches for pipe installation); operates miscellaneous equipment (e.g., snow & ice removal equipment; grass cutting grounds keeping equipment such as farm tractor; backhoe; fork lift; articulated boom equipment); installs, re-keys & programs security devices, locks & electronic door-entry systems. Performs support duties (e.g., cleans shop & work area; oils & cleans equipment; sharpens tools; repairs toilets; builds concrete forms; paints; moves furniture); maintains supply inventory & provides recommendations for improved efficiencies; completes logs & miscellaneous reports; operates personal computer to verify data &/or to produce &/or maintain electronic work records; independently makes decisions on how to efficiently perform assigned skilled advanced inspections, repairs, preventative maintenance & installations in timely manner; meets with agency personnel to gather information on maintenance problems; informs other state workers of maintenance plans; advises agency personnel on prevention of maintenance breakdowns.
Application must clearly inidcate how you meet the minimum qualifications listed below. Applications that do not indicate how they meet the minimum qualifications, will not be given consideration.
Successful completion of post-secondary training in facilities maintenance technology, industrial trades technology or comparable training program; 3 yrs. exp. in construction/building maintenance that included carpentry, electrical, plumbing & HVAC.
For positions in Department of Agriculture, successful completion of post-secondary training in facilities maintenance technology, industrial trades technology training program which must include training in polypropylene welding and basic commercial refrigeration systems; 3 yrs. exp. in basic laboratory equipment repairs such as autoclave, deionized water systems and laboratory exhaust hoods.
must have valid driver's license.
Major Worker Characteristics:
Knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions & percentages; safety practices (i.e., OSHA/PERRP); building construction documents (e.g., blueprint reading); digital controls & circuitry, green building technologies & telecommunications systems*; inventory control. Skill in carpentry, electrical, plumbing & mechanical trades; use of hand/power tools associated with carpentry, electrical, plumbing & mechanical trades; use of tools & associated equipment to install, maintain & repair equipment; performing minor welding operations; operation of personal computer*. Ability to understand system of mechanical procedures (e.g., wiring, plumbing, heating, carpentry); read & comprehend information in short sentences with concrete vocabulary; read, copy & complete records; understand various local, state, federal OSHA regulations relating to carpentry, electrical & mechanical trades; understand technical manuals & instructions; cooperate with others on group projects; stand, walk & bend continuously; lift up to 100 lbs. repeatedly; move limbs & fingers easily to perform manual functions repeatedly; move entire body in continuous or heavy labor.
(*) Developed after employment
This position is designated as overtime eligible based upon FLSA Standards
This is a bargaining unit position and all bargaining unit new hires must serve a one (1) year probationary period.
Unusal Working Conditions : Works indoors & outdoors; exposed to dirt, dust, grease, unpleasant weather, loud noises, hot & confined work areas & high voltage; may be exposed to burns, cuts, bruises & electrical shock; may work on scaffolding or extension ladder; may be required to travel overnight; may work varied hours, including overtime & responding to after hours call back situations.
To Apply: Applicants MUST submit an Ohio Civil Service Employment Application by the closing date/time to the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 2 Human Resources Office located at 317 E. Poe Road, Bowling Green, Ohio. We prefer that applicants submit an application by applying on-line at the website: careers.ohio.gov
This website is called the Ohio Hiring Management System (OHMS) and you will find information on "How to Apply". When the OHMS page opens click on Search for State Government Jobs , then, on the next screen to Agency and scroll down and click on Transportation District 2 . The vacancy or vacancies should appear. Submittal of an application on-line is the same as submitting a paper application.
Please direct all employment questions to the ODOT District Human Resources Office at (419) 353-8131. Applications may also be scanned and sent by e-mail to D02.HR@dot.state.oh.us
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